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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Rangers And Penguins Headed In Different Directions

    Rangers And Penguins Headed In Different Directions
    NEW YORK (AP) — The previous time they met in the postseason, the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins were headed in different directions. They still are. When the puck drops Thursday night at Madison Square Garden for the opener of their...
  • On The Fly: Byron Jones Gets Invitation To NFL Draft

    On The Fly: Byron Jones Gets Invitation To NFL Draft
    UConn cornerback Byron Jones, who made a name for himself at the NFL combine in February, is one of just 28 top prospects who will attend the NFL draft in Chicago, which starts April 30 with Round 1, and continues May 1 (Rounds 2, 3) and May 2 (Rounds 4-...
  • The art and science of hockey bench management

     The art and science of hockey bench management
    It is a ballet. And a kind of speed chess. It has a basic pattern. But it also has improvisation, created by the coaches' tactical decisions. It has straightforward movement and seemingly chaotic swirl. Bodies leap over boards or race in and out of...
  • Kings' Jarret Stoll arrested in Vegas on suspicion of drug possession

    Kings' Jarret Stoll arrested in Vegas on suspicion of drug possession
    Kings center Jarret Stoll was arrested on suspicion of drug possession Friday in Las Vegas, according to the police department's online records. The news was first reported by the CBS television affiliate in Las Vegas, saying he was arrested on...
  • Back on the USA Network: Sports return with NHL playoffs

    In the three decades since USA Network had last broadcast an NHL playoff game, just about everything in television watching changed. In that rapidly evolving world, the cable channel is again embracing the value of sports. USA aired two games as hockey'...
  • Antoine Vermette understands he's a healthy scratch because of his play

     Antoine Vermette understands he's a healthy scratch because of his play
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Antoine Vermette is healthy and eager to play but instead is watching the playoffs so far in street clothes. When was the last time that happened? “I don’t remember,” Vermette said before the Predators blew...
  • Luongo shows he's still among the league's best

    Luongo shows he's still among the league's best
    Perhaps the highest compliment for an NHL goaltender is that he gives his team a chance to win every time he guards the cage. That was uttered by not only his teammates on a daily basis but by nearly every opposing coach and player throughout the...
  • Bourbon County Stout to be sold at Blackhawks, Bulls games

    Bourbon County Stout to be sold at Blackhawks, Bulls games
    Here’s another reason to root for a long Bulls or Blackhawks playoff run: Goose Island’s family of Bourbon County beers will be available at the United Center as long as either team is still playing this spring. Beginning with Saturday&...
  • What does it take to go from bandwagoner to hockey fanatic?

    What does it take to go from bandwagoner to hockey fanatic?
    I'll be honest—I know close to nothing about hockey. To admit that is basically social suicide in a city like Chicago, but especially at a school like Hinsdale Central, where hockey reigns supreme and head coach Joel Quenneville is a local...
  • Rangers get early goals, jump on Penguins 2-1 in opener

    The New York Rangers wanted to jump right on the Pittsburgh Penguins in their playoff series opener. How about a goal at 28 seconds? Derick Brassard provided that, then Ryan McDonagh scored later in the first period. Henrik Lundqvist made the goals...
  • Flyers fire head coach Craig Berube after 2 seasons

    Flyers general manager Ron Hextall did not ask one player for a review or recommendation at the year-end meetings on embattled coach Craig Berube. He didn't need any. Another empty season without a Stanley Cup fueled by players who failed to meet...