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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Stanley Cup History

    Statistics Original Bowl: silver, 7.28 inches high, 11.42 inches in diameter Current Version: silver and nickel alloy, 35 1/4 inches high, 24 1/2 pounds. The bowl itself is 7 1/2 inches in height. The basse is 17 1/4 inches in diameter. Enraving First...
  • NHL teams make qualifying offers

    The Sports Xchange NHL teams make qualifying offers The Philadelphia Flyers made qualifying offers to four players Monday, the last day NHL clubs could issue offers to restricted free agents. By issuing qualifying offers, teams are given the right of...
  • Price is right for Hawks, but is the player?

    Price is right for Hawks, but is the player?
    The price the Blackhawks paid was cheap enough for a veteran center with good Corsi and Fenwick numbers. But some of my initial problems with Brad Richards are he’s 34 and I’m not sure he can can keep up in a Western Conference that is...
  • Blackhawks add defenseman Cumiskey

    Blackhawks add defenseman Cumiskey
    Continuing to add depth to the organization, the Chicago Blackhawks announced Wednesday they have signed 27-year-old defenseman Kyle Cumiskey to a one-year deal. Cumiskey spent last season playing in Sweden, where he compiled 28 points (four goals, 24...
  • Bargain-shopping Blackhawks sign Brad Richards

    Bargain-shopping Blackhawks sign Brad Richards
    The bold moves by the Blackhawks' Central Division rivals came early on the opening day of free agency. A short time after the Stars acquired Jason Spezza in a blockbuster trade Tuesday, the Blues opened their pocketbook to sign the coveted Paul...
  • NHL roundup: Hurricanes bring back Gleason

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Hurricanes bring back Gleason Unrestricted free agent defenseman Tim Gleason agreed to terms with the Carolina Hurricanes on a one-year, $1.2 million contract, the team announced Thursday. Gleason spent part of eight...
  • Soccer in America: Plenty of growth, plenty more to go

    SEATTLE Former major league baseball infielder Jack Wilson says he'd likely have chosen a different career 20 years ago if soccer in this country was like it is today. "It was probably the hardest decision I ever made, to be honest," said Wilson, a high-...
  • Canucks sign F Vrbata

    The Sports Xchange Canucks sign F Vrbata Free agent forward Radim Vrbata signed a two-year contract with the Vancouver Canucks, the team announced Thursday. TSN reported the contract will be worth $10 million, for an annual NHL salary-cap charge of...
  • Kovalev announces retirement

    The Sports Xchange Kovalev announces retirement Longtime NHL player Alex Kovalev officially announced his retirement Thursday. Kovalev, 41, won the Stanley Cup in 1994 with the New York Rangers and most recently played in the NHL for the Florida...
  • On The Fly: Big Names Falling At Wimbledon

    Andy Murray is out at Wimbledon, losing to No. 11 seed Grigor Dimitrov in the quarterfinals. Last year Murray became the first Wimbledon men's singles champion from England in 77 years. Rafael Nadal gone, Murray gone. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic both...
  • NHL roundup: Flyers' Giroux arrested

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Flyers' Giroux arrested Philadelphia Flyers center Claude Giroux was arrested in Ottawa and spent the night in jail for an incident involving a police officer, the Ottawa Sun reported Wednesday. According to the...