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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Kings beat Red Wings 1-0 for 8th straight win

    It was just about this time last season when the Los Angeles Kings went on an eight-game winning streak and used it as a springboard to their second Stanley Cup title in three years. This season is beginning to look similar. The Kings won their eighth...
  • Ducks trade Devante Smith-Pelly to Montreal Canadiens for Jiri Sekac

    Ducks trade Devante Smith-Pelly to Montreal Canadiens for Jiri Sekac
    It’s a tricky balance for Ducks General Manager Bob Murray. He is trying to maneuver his first-place team toward a Stanley Cup as Monday’s trade deadline approaches but doesn’t want to discard key future players. Murray pulled the...
  • Blackhawks make deal for 4-time All-Star defenseman Kimmo Timonen

    Blackhawks make deal for 4-time All-Star defenseman Kimmo Timonen
    TAMPA — Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman got his man — or at least one of them. The Hawks acquired four-time NHL All-Star Kimmo Timonen on Friday night in exchange for two draft picks, bolstering a defense that has been shaky at...
  • Snoozing can lead to losing; Ducks are living proof

    Snoozing can lead to losing; Ducks are living proof
    After a good start carried them to the top of the Pacific Division, the Ducks understandably slipped into cruise control in early February. "It's a tough time of year whether you're at the bottom or the top. When you're at the top it's almost tougher,"...
  • Blackhawks searching for answers heading into stretch run

    Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville took a long look at his power play, then moved one goal to the corner of the ice and put his players through battle drills for a loose puck along the boards. No one is pressing the panic button in Chicago, which won...
  • How Flyers can finish off their playoff push

    RALEIGH, N.C. To their credit, the left-for-dead Flyers have climbed back into the Eastern Conference playoff hunt by straightening out their penalty-killing problems and discovering a way to beat some of the NHL's elite teams. But if they really want to...
  • Ducks place veteran goalie Ilya Bryzgalov on waivers

    The Ducks' deteriorating homecoming experiment with veteran goalie Ilya Bryzgalov reached a new low Sunday when the team placed him on waivers. Signed from free-agent limbo in December, Bryzgalov, 34, was 1-4-1 in goal and hasn't played since getting...
  • Flyers send defenseman Timonen to Blackhawks for draft picks

    Kimmo Timonen, one of the best defensemen in Flyers history, said he wanted a chance to win a Stanley Cup in the final season of his superb NHL career. On Friday night, the Flyers gave him that opportunity, sending him to the powerful Chicago...
  • What the Blackhawks 'won' on Sunday

    What the Blackhawks 'won' on Sunday
    "Who was the big winner?" That's always the main question on Oscar Sunday. The answer: anyone but the Blackhawks. Sunday's game at the United Center had pretty much everything the Oscars did: fans, winners and losers, even a musical number if you...
  • Dale Jr. regrets late track miscue

    Dale Jr. regrets late track miscue
    DAYTONA BEACH — Dale Earnhardt Jr. messed up. And he knows it. A second straight Daytona 500 victory was within reach Sunday when Earnhardt Jr. moved up the track on a re-start with about 20 laps to go. The decision caused him to tumble from...
  • As time wanes, a bucket list becomes less adventurous

    On a recent Sunday, a couple of hours before their kids were supposed to come over, Robert "Smitty" Smith called his wife to his bedside and told her, "I'm sorry. I don't think I can make it." He had been holding on for this evening. Their daughter,...