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  • Panthers face old nemesis Marty Brodeur in net Monday night

    Panthers face old nemesis Marty Brodeur in net Monday night
    Panthers rookie defenseman Aaron Ekblad wasn't born when newly signed Blues goalie Martin Brodeur was a rookie for the New Jersey Devils in 1991. So when Brodeur was no longer wanted by the Devils this summer, Ekblad never thought he'd get the chance to...
  • Kings don't get wake-up call and lose to Flyers, 2-1

    When the Kings and Philadelphia Flyers get together on the ice — very infrequently, of course — it always has that familiar, family-reunion-type feel. The Flyers' branch of the family woke up a bit faster than the Kings on Saturday afternoon...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 2-1 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers

    Early afternoons and the Kings occasionally clash. Kings Coach Darryl Sutter once used the phrase, “pajama party” to describe an early scheduled game at Staples Center. During Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers, the Kings...
  • Flyers look to build off upset of Kings

    LOS ANGELES There are two ways to look at the Flyers' 2-1 win in Los Angeles Saturday against the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings. The glass-is-half-full theory: The Flyers played with grit blocking 22 shots to the Kings' three and got great play...
  • Denis Savard appreciates rivalry between his storied franchises

    Denis Savard appreciates rivalry between his storied franchises
    No one is rooting harder for the Blackhawks and Canadiens to meet in the Stanley Cup Final than Denis Savard. The Hall of Famer, who has deep ties to both venerable clubs, can envision the kind of impact a series between two of the pioneering franchises...
  • Blues 6, Islanders 4

    The Sports Xchange By Jerry Beach, The Sports Xchange Blues 6, Islanders 4 UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Center Paul Stastny started and completed the St. Louis Blues' comeback from a three-goal deficit in a 6-4 victory over the New York Islanders on Saturday....
  • Brodeur helps Blues rally to beat Islanders 6-4

    Brodeur helps Blues rally to beat Islanders 6-4 UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Three birds flew high above the St. Louis Blues and the host New York Islanders during the second period of Saturday's game. It wasn't even close to the weirdest thing to happen during...
  • Flyers snap road losing streak with 2-1 win over Kings

    LOS ANGELES It turns out that all the Flyers needed to end their road miseries was to face the defending Stanley Cup champions. Oh, and to have Steve Mason put together one of the best performances of the season. Sparked by Mason's brilliant...
  • Pens slice up Phantoms 5-1

    WILKES-BARRE — Brutal. Awful. Even those words don't do justice to the lack of performance the Lehigh Valley Phantoms exhibited in a 5-1 loss to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Friday night at Mohegan Sun Arena. "Terrible," is the way...
  • Martin Jones posts second straight shutout as Kings beat Arizona, 4-0

    History meant nothing to the Kings on Thursday, except for the lasting feat their backup goalie is compiling. As his team ended a five-game losing streak to the Arizona Coyotes and humbled troublesome opposing goalie Mike Smith in a 4-0 victory, Kings...
  • Longtime enforcer Parros retires

    The Sports Xchange Longtime enforcer Parros retires Longtime enforcer George Parros announced his retirement Friday after nine NHL seasons. Parros, a right winger, played for five NHL teams -- Los Angeles, Colorado, Anaheim, Florida and Montreal --...