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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Jets 3, Hurricanes 1

    The Sports Xchange Jets 3, Hurricanes 1 RALEIGH, N.C. -- Right winger Blake Wheeler scored two goals as the Winnipeg Jets bounced back from their only miserable outing this month by defeating the Carolina Hurricanes 3-1 on Thursday night at PNC Arena....
  • Wheeler scores twice as Jets top Hurricanes

    Wheeler scores twice as Jets top Hurricanes RALEIGH, N.C. -- One disappointing outing this month wasn't going to derail the Winnipeg Jets. Right winger Blake Wheeler made sure of that. Wheeler scored two goals as Jets bounced back from their only...
  • Corey Crawford approaching peak performance

    Moments after he had backstopped the Blackhawks to a victory with a brilliant performance Tuesday night, Corey Crawford sat at his dressing room stall and fist-bumped goaltending coach Jimmy Waite as the two chatted briefly about what had transpired. It...
  • Ducks take Round 1 against Kings, 6-5 in a shootout

    Ducks take Round 1 against Kings, 6-5 in a shootout
    The Kings and Ducks on Wednesday renewed the rivalry they built to new heights in last season's seven-game playoff series by taking their first matchup this season to a riveting shootout. The Ducks, on shootout goals by Ryan Kesler and Jakob Silfverberg...
  • Panthers forward Sean Bergenheim is nearing return

    Panthers forward Sean Bergenheim is nearing return
    The Panthers are slowly getting their starting forwards back from injuries, as winger Sean Bergenheim is expected to play Friday against the Islanders, his former team. Bergenheim, who missed the entire lockout season of 2012-13 while recovering from...
  • It's not the playoffs, but Kings-Ducks figures to be intense

    It's not the playoffs, but Kings-Ducks figures to be intense
    The last time the Kings and Ducks faced off, the game ended with the Ducks waving goodbye to Teemu Selanne and their season. The Kings swooped into Anaheim on May 16 for the seventh game of their second-round playoff series and routed the Ducks, 6-2,...
  • Ducks adjust lines for season's first meeting with Kings

    Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau says he doesn’t set his team’s lines based on the opponent. Yet, in Anaheim’s first meeting with the Kings Wednesday night since being eliminated in Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals in May, the...
  • Illnesses of Ducks' Corey Perry, Francois Beauchemin are identified

    It's not just a case of flu for Ducks leading scorer Corey Perry and veteran defensive leader Francois Beauchemin. The team announced Tuesday that the illnesses have been identified as a type of viral glandular infection. Perry and Beauchemin must await...
  • NHL rules keeping Kings in salary-cap limbo

    When the Kings wanted to call up a defenseman from the minor leagues Saturday to replace the injured Robyn Regehr they consulted their calculators before they checked flight schedules. Because they're near the salary cap limit and are carrying Slava...
  • Preview: Lightning at Blackhawks

    The Chicago Blackhawks are off to a strong start statistically on defense and that will be tested when they host the red-hot Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday. The Blackhawks lead the league in goals-against (1.87) and penalty killing (91.1 percent) while...
  • Former Blackhawk Brian Campbell sells mansion for $2.8 million

    Former Blackhawk Brian Campbell sells mansion for $2.8 million
    Former Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brian Campbell last month sold his five-bedroom, 6,000-square-foot mansion in Lincoln Park for $2.8 million. Campbell, 35, was with the Blackhawks from 2008 to 2011, when he was traded to his current team, the...