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  • Blackhawks like where they are at season's halfway mark

    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Forty-one down, 41 to go. The Blackhawks reached the midway point of the 2014-15 regular season Thursday night and they did it in style with their fourth victory in their last six games, this one a 4-2 triumph over the Wild at...
  • 14 New Year's resolutions for Chicago sports teams

    14 New Year's resolutions for Chicago sports teams
    If all goes according to plan in 2015, Chicago fans will be toasting three championship teams before the Bears can fall too far behind in the NFC North. RedEye has laid out an aggressive set of New Year's resolutions for the city's pro sports...
  • Kings look to improve defense, goaltending, consistency at midseason

    Kings look to improve defense, goaltending, consistency at midseason
    With four days between their 7-6 overtime loss to Nashville on Saturday and a Stanley Cup Final rematch against the New York Rangers on Thursday at Staples Center, the Kings went through a lengthy practice Monday that included special-teams work and...
  • Toronto Maple Leafs fire coach Randy Carlyle

    The Toronto Maple Leafs fired coach Randy Carlyle on Tuesday in the midst of another start that has left the team in danger of missing the postseason for the ninth time in 10 seasons. Carlyle, who coached the Ducks to their 2007 Stanley Cup title,...
  • Maple Leafs fire Randy Carlyle; coach dismissed after parts of 4 seasons and rough road trip

    Randy Carlyle was fired as coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday following a road trip in which the team lost five of seven games and showed few signs it would regain the promise from earlier in the season. The dismissal comes after 40 games,...
  • Forget Lakers' woes — these SoCal teams' seasons were memorably bad

    As brutal as this season has been for the Lakers, who are on pace for one of the worst records in the 55-year Los Angeles history of the franchise, it could be a lot worse. Kobe Bryant and (Bad) Co. are nowhere near as dreadful as that Clippers club...
  • Matt Beleskey focuses on hockey, lets agent worry about Ducks talks

    Matt Beleskey focuses on hockey, lets agent worry about Ducks talks
    Matt Beleskey continues to increase his value without wanting to know how that price is being established. The Ducks forward said Tuesday he's told his agent, Murray Kuntz, to continue contract extension talks as Beleskey focuses on hockey. Beleskey...
  • Kings Coach Darryl Sutter puts the new year in perspective

    You had to wonder, on this day of resetting, if Kings Coach Darryl Sutter was a New Year’s resolution kind of guy.  Nope. It was even better. “Bucket list, for sure,” he said after Thursday’s morning skate here at Rogers...
  • The Fly's Questions, As New Year Begins

    The Fly's Questions, As New Year Begins
    A few questions to ponder as we depart 2014 for 2015: Will the UConn men's basketball team take momentum and mojo into March, when the Huskies would be defending their title? Have UConn women's basketball fans made hotel reservations in and around...
  • NHL approves sale of Coyotes

    The Sports Xchange NHL approves sale of Coyotes The National Hockey League's Board of Governors approved the purchase of a 51 percent stake in the Arizona Coyotes by Andrew Barroway off of IceArizona. According to a release from the Coyotes, Barroway...
  • This time capsule would contain some dandies from the 2014 sports year

    This time capsule would contain some dandies from the 2014 sports year
    Sports memories, much like a release date for "The Interview," come and go. The specifics, even about important events and accomplishments, fade with the passing years. Most of what happened in 2014 likely won't be remembered in 100 years. But what if...