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  • Blackhawks ink goaltender Michael Leighton to new contract

    Blackhawks ink goaltender Michael Leighton to new contract
    The Chicago Blackhawks maintained some depth at the goaltending position when they agreed to terms on a one-year contract extension with Michael Leighton on Tuesday. With the trade of Antti Raanta to the New York Rangers on Saturday, the Hawks were in...
  • Daughter, terminally ill mom bond through Penguins hockey

    Michelle Hardy has little use for the NHL offseason. Told she has 12 to 18 months to live because of a terminal form of brain cancer, Hardy, 46, wants hockey back — and soon. "I'm sad hockey season is over," Hardy said. "I need it to start soon."...
  • Panthers' first-rounder Lawson Crouse adjusting to teammates, organization

    Friday allowed Lawson Crouse to fulfill his dream of becoming a first-round pick in the NHL draft. Monday was when the dream ended and reality began to set in. The Florida Panthers left winger of the future was one of 26 players at the team's...
  • Hall of Fame Capsules

    Sergei Fedorov: Won the Hart Trophy as NHL MVP in 1994 and the first of two Selke trophies (defensive forward). He was considered one of the best players in the world during the mid-1990s to early 2000s. He played defense for a while. Had had 1,179 points...
  • Wings greats Lidstrom, Fedorov elected to Hall of Fame

    Nicklas Lidstrom and Sergei Fedorov will be going into the Hockey Hall of Fame later this year, both first-ballot entrants. The Hall announced its class of 2015 Monday afternoon. Players are eligible after three years of retirement. The other player...
  • Former Blues defenseman Chris Pronger elected to Hockey Hall of Fame

    Defenseman Chris Pronger, who spent half of his 18-season NHL career with the Blues, winning the league's MVP award in 2000, was selected to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Pronger was chosen in his first season of eligibility, even though he...
  • Roast lamb marks Blackhawks cup win

    Roast lamb marks Blackhawks cup win
    Roast lamb was ready to serve Sunday afternoon after nearly four hours of cooking on a spit over coals in the parking lot of Fodrak's carryout restaurant in Libertyville. Owner Jim Lappas told friends if the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup, he'd...
  • New landmarks join Chicago Botanic Garden model train exhibit

    New landmarks join Chicago Botanic Garden model train exhibit
    The prospect of seeing the White House, the Hollywood sign and the Stanley Cup in just a few steps is certainly tantalizing. And if a person doesn't mind miniature replicas in place of the real thing, it can be done. Since 2000, one of the main...
  • The Archives: Major-League Dream Dead, By Any Comparison It's Still Minor League (May 27, 1997)

    Former Hartford Whalers and current Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Not many around Hartford would have thought that possible in 1997 when the Whalers played their final season here. Here's a...
  • Peter Karmanos Hall Of Famer, But Probably Not To Whalers Faithful

    Peter Karmanos Hall Of Famer, But Probably Not To Whalers Faithful
    The NHL Hall of Fame announced its selections Monday, and it was a blast from the Whalers past. Peter Karmanos, who bought the Hartford Whalers in 1994 and moved them to Raleigh, N.C., in 1997, where they became the Carolina Hurricanes, was selected...
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