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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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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...
  • 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...
  • Kings' Stoll pleads guilty to two misdemeanors to resolve drug case

    Kings' Stoll pleads guilty to two misdemeanors to resolve drug case
    Kings center Jarret Stoll pleaded guilty Thursday to two reduced misdemeanor charges stemming from his April arrest on suspicion of possession of cocaine and Ecstasy at the MGM Grand pool. Stoll had been charged this week with one felony count of...
  • Chris Kuc's 5 Blackhawks games to watch in 2015-16

    Chris Kuc's 5 Blackhawks games to watch in 2015-16
    Oct. 7 at the United Center: Players and fans will celebrate the 2015 Stanley Cup one last time when the championship banner will be raised to the United Center rafters on opening night of the season. Oct. 24 at the United Center: The Hawks and Lightning...
  • Ducks' AHL affiliate, San Diego Gulls, hire ex-NHL Coach Dallas Eakins

    The new minor-league San Diego Gulls will be led by a recent NHL coach, the Ducks announced Friday with the hiring of former Edmonton Oilers Coach Dallas Eakins. Eakins, 48, a former defenseman who spent parts of nine NHL seasons with eight franchises,...
  • Glencoe youth to play with Jr. Blackhawks in famous tournament

    A lot of Chicagoland children would love to skate on the same ice as the 2015 Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks. Jack Roberts, a 10-year-old from Glencoe, actually gets to — as a forward on the Chicago Jr. Blackhawks. "They get treated...
  • Kings feel they have a bigger shot after getting forward Milan Lucic

    Kings feel they have a bigger shot after getting forward Milan Lucic
    Doesn't the modern-day sports star go to Disneyland after something significant unfolds, not before? Boston Bruins power forward Milan Lucic returned to his summer home in Canada from the park visit and found out one day later that his job skills were...
  • Ducks acquire Carl Hagelin from Rangers; get Anton Khudobin via Hurricanes

    Ducks acquire Carl Hagelin from Rangers; get Anton Khudobin via Hurricanes
    In moves connected to their current free-agency standing and next season’s salary cap situation, the Ducks on Saturday dealt young forward Emerson Etem to the New York Rangers for forward Carl Hagelin and veteran defenseman James Wisniewski to...
  • Kings bite salary cap bullet, waiving Mike Richards to continue makeover

    Kings bite salary cap bullet, waiving Mike Richards to continue makeover
    The glow of the 2014 Stanley Cup triumph and the reassuring words and promises from Mike Richards were enough to persuade Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi against using a compliance buyout with the veteran center last summer. But loyalty proved...
  • 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."...
  • Rob Niedermayer, exjugador de los Ducks, vende con pérdidas su casa en Newport

    Rob Niedermayer, exjugador de los Ducks, vende con pérdidas su casa en Newport
    El exjugador de los Ducks de Anaheim Rob Niedermayer y su esposa, Jessica, vendieron su casa en la zona de Crystal Cove de Newport Coast por $ 3.6 millones. Niedermayer, quien ganó la Copa Stanley Cup con los Ducks en 2007, compró la casa cuando el...