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  • Despite shootout loss, Panthers feeling optimistic

    Despite shootout loss, Panthers feeling optimistic
    Never has a shootout loss felt so good. Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon, who treats every loss as if someone had just kicked his dog, was absolutely beaming after the Panthers came from behind only to lose in a 3-2 shootout to the Blackhawks on...
  • Kings acquire defenseman Andrej Sekera from the Hurricanes

    Kings acquire defenseman Andrej Sekera from the Hurricanes
    Jeff Carter, Marian Gaborik and Andrej Sekera. So will this be the Kings' hat trick of successful deals at, or right before the trade deadline? The first two trades proved to be launching pads to the Stanley Cup championship. Close to three years to...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Cody Franson adds depth to Predators defense

    NHL pluses and minuses: Cody Franson adds depth to Predators defense
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the past week: + Defenseman Cody Franson drew widespread interest before the league-leading Nashville Predators acquired him and right wing Mike Santorelli from Toronto for Olli...
  • Former Florida Panther Steve Montador found dead at 35

    Former Florida Panther Steve Montador found dead at 35
    Steve Montador, who played 10 seasons in the NHL--including from 2005-08 with the Florida Panthers--has passed away at the age of 35 according to multiple media outlets. Montador was found unresponsive in his Ontario home early Sunday morning and was...
  • Tyler Toffoli, Tanner Pearson have been major parts of Kings' success

    Tyler Toffoli, Tanner Pearson have been major parts of Kings' success
    Kings center Anze Kopitar knew that Tanner Pearson's living quarters were not the best for someone recovering from surgery to repair a broken left leg. In fact, he recognized the feeling of pain all too well, having broken his ankle late in 2010-11, a...
  • Alex Oveckin's four points helps Capitals down Ducks

    Alex Oveckin's four points helps Capitals down Ducks
    Alex Ovechkin scored twice in the first period to take over the NHL lead in goals, sending the Washington Capitals to a 5-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday. Ovechkin also set up two goals by Andre Burakovsky. Marcus Johansson got the go-ahead...
  • Steve Montador, former Ducks defenseman, dies at 35

    Steve Montador, former Ducks defenseman, dies at 35
    Former Ducks defenseman Steve Montador, who played 10 NHL seasons with six clubs, was found dead in his home early Sunday morning, according to theĀ Mississauga News. He was 35. According to the newspaper, a friendĀ of Montador's discovered his body at...
  • Mike Richards doing well in Kings' minor league team in Manchester

    Mike Richards doing well in Kings' minor league team in Manchester
    Rob Blake, for one, is not surprised that center Mike Richards is having some success with the Kings' minor-league team in Manchester, N.H. "The best thing is that he went down there with a good attitude that way," Blake said. "It's a tough situation....
  • Helene St. James: Can the Red Wings reasonably upgrade before deadline?

    Is there anyone available at an equitable cost who can make the Detroit Red Wings significantly better? That's the question the Wings have two weeks remaining to answer with an eye on the 2015 playoffs. There is no desperation the Wings have good...
  • Ryan Hartman living a dream with Blackhawks, if only for a while

    Ryan Hartman living a dream with Blackhawks, if only for a while
    About an hour after his NHL debut, during which he sparked his hometown team to a much-needed victory, Ryan Hartman's work wasn't done. The West Dundee product stood outside the family lounge not far from the Blackhawks' dressing room at the United...
  • Strange win for the Hawks, but they'll take it

    Strange win for the Hawks, but they'll take it
    You know NHL executives won’t mind if Sunday’s matchup between the Blackhawks and Pittsburgh ends up being a Stanley Cup Final preview. Their two regular-season meetings were decided in shootouts—with the Hawks winning both. Thanks...