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  • NHL pluses and minuses: Jaromir Jagr is enjoying Florida

    NHL pluses and minuses: Jaromir Jagr is enjoying Florida
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the past week: + Jaromir Jagr, unhappy with dwindling ice time in New Jersey, is enjoying Florida. In his first game Jagr, 43, skated alongside Aleksander Barkov, 19, and...
  • Flyers GM Hextall scores with 2 deadline trades

    The Flyers picked a good time to be a stumbling hockey team. If they had been entrenched in a playoff spot, first-year general manager Ron Hextall may have been a buyer in a seller's market. Instead, Hextall made his second move before Monday's trade...
  • Ducks acquire James Wisniewski, three others in trade deadline deals

    Ducks acquire James Wisniewski, three others in trade deadline deals
    The Ducks’ push to upgrade their defense for the postseason led them to a flurry of activity at Monday’s NHL trade deadline, as they acquired defensemen James Wisniewski from the Columbus Blue Jackets, Simon Despres from Pittsburgh,...
  • Philadelphia holds many happy memories for former Flyers great Eric Desjardins

    Philadelphia holds many happy memories for former Flyers great Eric Desjardins
    VOORHEES—Eric Desjardins may have experienced his greatest glory as a member of the Montreal Canadiens but he will always think of himself as a Flyer. Why? Because, aside from the Stanley Cup he won with the Habs back in 1993, Desjardins' career...
  • The NHL's denial of the obvious

    The NHL's denial of the obvious
    The death of a well-liked hockey journeyman has put another face on the National Hockey League's growing concussion problem. It has also highlighted some of the pitfalls of covering an issue in which the sports media will play a key role in any progress....
  • Desjardins set for Flyers' Hall of Fame induction

    Desjardins set for Flyers' Hall of Fame induction
    VOORHEES – Eric Desjardins may have experienced his greatest glory as a member of the Montreal Canadiens but he will always think of himself as a Flyer. Why? Because aside from the Stanley Cup he won with the Habs back in 1993, Desjardins’...
  • 1980 'Miracle on Ice' team reunion gets gray but never old

    1980 'Miracle on Ice' team reunion gets gray but never old
    We picture the members of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team as they were captured in photographs and portrayed in the movie "Miracle," exuberant college kids who stunned the powerful Soviets before winning the gold medal at Lake Placid, N.Y. Although...
  • 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...
  • Panthers hold line on defense despite absences

    Panthers hold line on defense despite absences
    Despite missing two regular defensemen, the revamped corps manning the blue line hasn't been an issue in the Florida Panthers' three-game losing streak. Going into Tuesday's game against the Maple Leafs, the Panthers' concern was ending a scoring...
  • 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...
  • Kings' Robyn Regehr pays tribute to his former teammate Steve Montador

    Kings' Robyn Regehr pays tribute to his former teammate Steve Montador
    Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr remembered where he was when Steve Montador scored his first NHL playoff goal, a massive one, in fact, coming in overtime for the Calgary Flames against the San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals in 2004....