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  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms get lesson from Clarke

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms get lesson from Clarke
    Nick Cousins noticed the gentleman with gray hair and glasses decked out in a black Philadelphia Flyers coaching jacket and a Lehigh Valley Phantoms cap at the start of practice in the PPL Center Thursday morning. "Who's that?" he asked nonchalantly...
  • Little rest for Panthers after airplane woes lengthen trip

    Little rest for Panthers after airplane woes lengthen trip
    Not only did the Florida Panthers' performance break down in the finale of a taxing six-game trip at Winnipeg, so did their airplane. A five-hour wait at the airport for a replacement plane Wednesday extended what was already the longest trip of the...
  • Grading the Panthers at midseason

    The old sports cliché about there not being an "I" in team comes to mind when summing up the Panthers through the first half of the season. But that little letter does pop up in consistency, sacrifice, resilience and winning — all apt descriptions...
  • Three takeaways from the Kings' 5-3 loss to New Jersey

    It’s unlikely that any NHL team is looking forward to the upcoming all-star break more than the stumbling Kings, who have won just two of their last eight games and only one of their last five at home following Wednesday’s 5-3 loss to the...
  • St. Louis Blues give Martin Brodeur leave of absence to ponder future

    St. Louis Blues give Martin Brodeur leave of absence to ponder future
    Goaltender Martin Brodeur might have reached the end of his Hall of Fame career. The St. Louis Blues, who had signed the 42-year-old goalie as insurance when they were hit by injuries, announced Wednesday they have given him a one-week leave of...
  • Sports book roundup: Chris Chelios' memoir, more

    Sports book roundup: Chris Chelios' memoir, more
    You Can't Make This Up by Al Michaels with L. Jon Wertheim, William Morrow, 288 pages, $28.99 Nobody has documented more sports history in the past 50 years than Al Michaels. You name it, he's done it: Super Bowls, World Series, Olympics, NBA Finals....
  • Blackhawks patient playing waiting game on Teuvo Teravainen's development

    Blackhawks patient playing waiting game on Teuvo Teravainen's development
    Stan Bowman still marvels that one of the top players available in the 2012 NHL draft is a member of the Blackhawks. The general manager's eyes got wider and wider that day in late June 2012 in Pittsburgh as names were called and the Hawks' first...
  • Kings look bad, play worse in 5-3 loss to New Jersey Devils

    Kings look bad, play worse in 5-3 loss to New Jersey Devils
    It's been a busy three weeks for the New Jersey Devils, who fired their coach, lost five of their next eight games, then headed out on a three-game West Coast swing without future Hall of Famer Jaromir Jagr, who has the flu. All of which left Wednesday'...
  • Adam Burish joins ex-Blackhawks contingent on Wolves

    Adam Burish joins ex-Blackhawks contingent on Wolves
    The Chicago Wolves continue to get the 2010 Chicago Blackhawks' Stanley Cup championship band back together. The AHL team announced Wednesday that it had acquried veteran forward Adam Burish via loan from the NHL's San Jose Sharks. Burish joins former...
  • Kings' Tanner Pearson to miss up to three months after leg surgery

    Kings' Tanner Pearson to miss up to three months after leg surgery
    On Saturday, Kings left wing Tanner Pearson got word he would be among the six rookies taking part in the skills competition at the All-Star game this month in Columbus, Ohio. On Tuesday, he was in surgery. Pearson required the procedure after...
  • Panthers hope to defeat Jets to cap off historic road trip

    Panthers hope to defeat Jets to cap off historic road trip
    — If the Panthers can finish off their most productive road trip in history with a fourth straight victory over the Jets, they might not need a jet to fly home to South Florida on Wednesday. Before Tuesday's game against the much-improved 21-14-9...