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  • Kings place Mike Richards on waivers to start the buyout process

    Kings place Mike Richards on waivers to start the buyout process
    The glow of the 2014 Stanley Cup win and the reassuring words from center Mike Richards were enough to persuade Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi against using a compliance buyout with Richards last summer. But loyalty proved to be costly in more ways...
  • A quick look at the Kings' and Ducks' 2015-16 schedules

    A quick look at the Kings' and Ducks' 2015-16 schedules
    Fans eager for the resumption of the Kings-Ducks rivalry will have a bit of a wait this upcoming NHL season. All five meetings between the Southern California teams will take place in the second half of the season. The first regular-season game...
  • Prime movers: Bruins, Sabres deal way to center of NHL draft-day action

     Prime movers: Bruins, Sabres deal way to center of NHL draft-day action
     The Blackhawks may not have made any moves, but the rest of the league certainly was busy at Friday night's NHL draft as it didn't take long for the wheeling and dealing to begin. In fact, the first blockbuster deal of the day was done and announced...
  • NHL releases 2015-16 schedule

    NHL releases 2015-16 schedule
    Even while the celebration of the Chicago Blackhawks' 2015 Stanley Cup championship rages on, it's time to cast a glance at next season.  The NHL released the 2015-16 schedule Thursday, allowing the Blackhawks to chart the regular-season path in their...
  • Coach Joel Quenneville likes his 'observer' status at NHL draft

    Coach Joel Quenneville likes his 'observer' status at NHL draft
    Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville was in attendance at the NHL entry draft Friday night with the rest of the Hawks' contingent, which included general manager Stan Bowman, Bowman's father, Scottie, scouting director Mark Kelley and President John...
  • What real heroes look like

    What real heroes look like
    After watching the Blackhawks return the Stanley Cup to where it belongs and seeing remarkably skillful NBA championship play, I was reminded that the adjective “heroic” is often used to describe amazing athletic achievement. I read...
  • Oak Lawn Blackhawks fan takes 3rd in Beard-a-thon

    Oak Lawn Blackhawks fan takes 3rd in Beard-a-thon
    Mike Gaskin of Oak Lawn never set foot on the ice, but believes he had a hand – or chin – in the Blackhawks winning the coveted Stanley Cup. Gaskin came in third by raising $3,015 for the annual Beard-a-thon, an online charity event that...
  • Blackhawks patiently standing pat before deals heat up at NHL draft

    Blackhawks patiently standing pat before deals heat up at NHL draft
    The first round of the 2015 NHL draft is Friday and heading into it, the Blackhawks' selection squad has little reason to take seats on the floor of BB&T Center. Because of trades that brought Antoine Vermette and Kimmo Timonen to the team for the run...
  • Wadsworth, Antioch drivers set pace at Wilmot Raceway

    Wadsworth, Antioch drivers set pace at Wilmot Raceway
    Based on the weather forecast, Saturday literally will be the calm before the storm in this area, with rain expected for a three-day period beginning on Sunday. What that means is that there should be racing on Saturday night at Wilmot Raceway —...
  • No surprise: Connor McDavid goes No. 1 in NHL draft

    SUNRISE, Fla. — Connor McDavid's favorite hockey player is Sidney Crosby. His favorite non-skating athlete is LeBron James. He's now in their club, forever to be known as a No. 1 pick. McDavid's journey toward widely expected NHL superstardom...
  • Hyde: A night at the center of the hockey world

    Hyde: A night at the center of the hockey world
    No one moment sums it up, of course. No one moment tells what it was like for South Florida to play host to the NHL draft on Friday, in June, on the edge of the Everglades, with a dozen Edmonton fans chanting in the sweltering parking lot, "Go, Oil, Go!"...