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  • Watson, Brind'Amour named to Flyers' Hall of Fame

    Watson, Brind'Amour named to Flyers' Hall of Fame
    It was the great mystery in Flyers’ history. Why wasn’t five-time NHL All-Star defenseman Jimmy Watson not in the team’s Hall of Fame? After all, he was a key figure in the franchise’s only two Stanley Cup championships back in...
  • Flyers seeking a few good scorers in free agency

    Flyers seeking a few good scorers in free agency
    To hear Flyers general manager Ron Hextall tell it, his team is looking to make only one significant move in free agency and it's likely to involve an offensive-minded forward. NHL free agency opens at noon Wednesday and the Flyers believe they are one...
  • Panthers aren't expected to plunge into free agency

    Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon loves making a big splash on the first day of free agency. But the combination of a young, skilled roster basically being set and the shallow talent pool of players on the market, indicates that he may barely make a...
  • Peek into ex-Ducks wing Rob Niedermayer's Newport Coast home, sold at a loss

    Peek into ex-Ducks wing Rob Niedermayer's Newport Coast home, sold at a loss
    Former Anaheim Ducks right wing Rob Niedermayer and his wife, Jessica, have sold their home in the Crystal Cove area of Newport Coast for $3.6 million. Niedermayer, who won a Stanley Cup with the Ducks in 2007, bought the house near the height of the...
  • Stanley Cup stops by Evanston Hospital

    Stanley Cup stops by Evanston Hospital
    Chicago Blackhawks Chairman and Winnetka resident Rocky Wirtz brought the Stanley Cup to NorthShore University HealthSystem's Evanston Hospital Tuesday. Wirtz's wife, Marilyn also said hello to Kellogg Cancer Center patients during the early-morning...
  • 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."...
  • Ex-Flyer Chris Pronger named to Hockey Hall of Fame

    Ex-Flyer Chris Pronger named to Hockey Hall of Fame
    Former Flyer defenseman Chris Pronger was among four NHL players named to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Pronger was elected in unprecedented fashion because he's still under contract to the NHL. Other selectees: Nicklas Lidstrom, Sergei Fedorov...
  • Enhanced police presence helped temper Pride Parade crowd, officials say

     Enhanced police presence helped temper Pride Parade crowd, officials say
    A day after Chicago's 46th annual Pride Parade, community leaders are taking stock of how it affected the neighborhoods along its route to evaluate whether it will remain in the area next year. The Sunday afternoon event was more organized than in...
  • Los Angeles Kings terminate contract of ex-Flyer Mike Richards for "breach"

    Los Angeles Kings terminate contract of ex-Flyer Mike Richards for "breach"
    EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Kings terminated Mike Richards' contract Monday, claiming the underachieving forward committed a "material breach" of its terms. The move is a surprising tactic in the Kings' prolonged attempt to get out...
  • 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...