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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Brookbank leaving Blackhawks for shot with Calgary

    Brookbank leaving Blackhawks for shot with Calgary
    Sheldon Brookbank would have preferred to re-sign with the Chicago Blackhawks for the 2014-15 season, but that opportunity hasn’t materialized so the veteran defenseman is moving on. After spending two seasons with the Hawks, including during...
  • Virgen: Augie Nieto continues to inspire

    Virgen: Augie Nieto continues to inspire
    Family and friends of Augie Nieto stood around the man and chanted his name Sunday afternoon on Balboa Island. We all shouted in unison, "Augie! Augie! Augie!" Nieto, a Corona del Mar resident who has been living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis...
  • Little Leaguers captivate even those blasé about baseball

    Little Leaguers captivate even those blasé about baseball
    In 1975, there were maybe 20 Associated Press staffers in Pennsylvania, and only one of them disliked baseball, so just guess which one the AP sent to Williamsport to cover the Little League World Series. That was the year a team from Lakewood, N.J.,...
  • NHL denies expansion reports

    Hockey fans must be getting bored during the brief lull between the end of development camps and the start of training camps next month. How else to explain their frenzy over two recent reports that the NHL will soon expand by as many as four teams over...
  • Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is never down on the farm

    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is never down on the farm
    The road to the heart of hockey's greatest team is covered in gravel and clouded in dust. The road is bumpy, barren, stretching out from a town with no stoplights into a vast and desolate countryside blanketed in an interminable silence interrupted by...
  • Blackhawks sign veteran goalie Michael Leighton

    Blackhawks sign veteran goalie Michael Leighton
    First things first: Michael Leighton does not know the whereabouts of the most famous puck in Blackhawks history.   The goaltender was, however, perhaps the second-to-last person to touch the puck that gave the Hawks their first championship in 49...
  • South Korea's new ice hockey coach shoots for the stars

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's new national ice hockey coach Jim Paek doesn't know if success is the "chicken or the egg", but he knows he needs it right away if the sport is to gather momentum ahead of the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics. Paek, who left...
  • D-Rose: sore knees, sore body, sore feelings

    Just throwing, um, stuff against the wall:  We’re up to four days now since Derrick Rose’s first game, and he still hasn’t practiced or played. And then he’s going to play, what, three games in five days in a tournament nobody...
  • Blackhawks bring back G Leighton

    The Sports Xchange Blackhawks bring back G Leighton Veteran goaltender Michael Leighton signed a one-year contract to begin a second tour of duty with the Chicago Blackhawks. Leighton played for Chicago from 2002-04 before going from Nashville to...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms unveil new logo

    On Thursday, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms released the logo for their inaugural season in Allentown, one which prominently includes their brand new home at the soon-to-be completed PPL Center. The logo features a large keyhole-style circle and tab,...
  • Former Blackhawk Troy Brouwer sells Roscoe Village home

    Former Blackhawk Troy Brouwer sells Roscoe Village home
    Former Chicago Blackhawks right wing Troy Brouwer has a contract pending to sell his three-bedroom, 2,900-square-foot duplex penthouse condominium unit in Roscoe Village, which is on the market for $750,000. The Vancouver-born Brouwer, 29, was with...