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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Hernandez convicted of murder

    Hernandez convicted of murder
    Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder this morning, following a lengthy and highly publicized trial. He now will face a separate double-murder charge for a drive-by shooting that happened before he...
  • Bruins fire GM Chiarelli four years after Stanley Cup

    Bruins fire GM Chiarelli four years after Stanley Cup
    BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Bruins fired general manager Peter Chiarelli on Wednesday, days after missing the playoffs for the first time in eight years and just four seasons after the franchise won its first Stanley Cup title since 1972. The...
  • Home or away? It doesn't matter that much to Blackhawks

     Home or away? It doesn't matter that much to Blackhawks
    Coach Q's "A's" left more questions than answers during a recent Q-and-A session that touched on home-ice advantage in the playoffs. Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville on whether it matters: "Only if we don't have it." If you don't? "It's no problem,...
  • FACEOFF: 4 of Canada's teams kick off 1st night of playoffs

    Patrick Kane is back for Chicago. Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals are back in the playoffs after a one-year break. And the Montreal Canadiens feel as if they've been in this position before against Ottawa, and it's not a good memory for the...
  • Is home ice still an advantage in Stanley Cup playoffs?

     Is home ice still an advantage in Stanley Cup playoffs?
    The Blackhawks set a franchise record with 24 road victories this season. But a seven-game series is different. As the Hawks hit the road to Nashville for the first round, the question remains: Does home ice matter? "Only if we don't have it,"...
  • No matter the style, goaltenders getting tougher to beat

    As the NHL playoffs arrive, it's become quite clear that keeping the puck out of the net has evolved into an art form. Goalies are spending more time on their knees, using their pads to cover more space than ever and, maybe above all else, becoming...
  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 4/15 log (updated Wednesday AM with NBA radio change)

    4:30 a.m.    Tennis: Men’s Monte Carlo Masters.--Tennis Ch. 1:30 p.m.    Baseball: Washington at Boston.--MASN 1:30 p.m.    Baseball: Washington at Boston or (at 2) L.A. Angels at Texas.--MLB Net. 2:30 p.m.    Soccer: UEFA Champions League...
  • Tryouts for Los Angeles Kings High School Hockey League coming to Pickwick

    With the popularity of ice hockey continuing to ascend across Southern California, there’s been a concentrated effort to target athletes at high school level. With the success the Los Angeles Kings have enjoyed recently, winning the Stanley Cup...
  • Decision on Flyers coach Berube expected Wednesday

    Flyers general manager Ron Hextall is expected to announce Wednesday whether Craig Berube will remain as his head coach. Berube has another year left on his contract, but a disappointing season has the coach on the hot seat. The Flyers went 33-31-18,...
  • Scott Darling's playoff mask says 'Chicago' all over

    Scott Darling's playoff mask says 'Chicago' all over
    The Blackhawks begin the playoffs Wednesday at Nashville and the Stanley Cup is up for grabs. With that, the beards and other surperstitions re-emerge. Goaltenders are no exception. Hawks backup goalie Scott Darling, for his part, is changing up his...
  • The one thing you need to stop saying about Blackhawks

    The one thing you need to stop saying about Blackhawks
    Mr. Cranky Pants needs to rant. Please don’t be the idiot who says the Blackhawks can "flip the switch" when the playoffs start, as if a Stanley Cup will suddenly, magically, automatically appear. John McDonough would’ve orchestrated...