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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • 'His blood flows hockey': Gordie Howe honored by hockey greats in Saskatoon hometown

    Wayne Gretzky figures there is no photograph fans ask him to sign more often than the one of him as a smiling preteen beside his Gordie Howe, who is playfully hooking a hockey stick around youngster's neck. "Every time I look at the picture or sign the...
  • Restless Timonen thrilled to be back on ice

    Exhilarated that he would soon be back on the ice for the first time in over nine months, Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen was restless late Thursday night. "It was kind of a weird feeling this morning," Timonen said after skating at the team's practice...
  • Rob Blake's jersey retirement ceremony is fit for a King

    Rob Blake's jersey retirement ceremony is fit for a King
    The ceremony the Kings staged to retire Rob Blake's jersey was very much like Blake himself: unpretentious, mostly understated but illuminated by genuine emotion that hit home as hard as any punch to the gut. The emotional jolts Saturday weren't as...
  • Solar Bears to take center stage at ECHL All-Star Classic events

    Lake Eola won't freeze over because Orlando will host a hockey all-star game this week. Sales of hand warmers, thermal underwear and hot chocolate won't spike. Buddy Dyer might be willing to participate in a video-game dance-off at the Orlando Science...
  • 'Red Army' doc a Stanley Cup Final-like rush

    'Red Army' doc a Stanley Cup Final-like rush
    There's a scene in "Red Army" where the central figure seeks the assistance of an elderly mentor and puts a young child on his shoulders to use as a training weight. It could be straight out of "Rocky IV." It's not. That moment is from the life of...
  • Strong contingent from Chicago area bolsters Miami hockey

    Strong contingent from Chicago area bolsters Miami hockey
    When Miami of Ohio plays Saturday at Soldier Field, the Redhawks might as well call it a homecoming game. No Division I team has more Illinois players than the six — all from the Chicago area — on the roster for No. 8 Miami, which meets...
  • Pirri scores late to power Panthers past Kings 3-2

    Pirri scores late to power Panthers past Kings 3-2
    One would think that the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings were supposed to knock off the Panthers Thursday night in the BB&T Center. But these aren't the same Kings who hoisted two of the last three silver chalices. Before the game Kings stone-faced...
  • This is almost the way Rob Blake dreamed it

    This is almost the way Rob Blake dreamed it
    Rob Blake dreamed of this day long ago, of seeing the Kings retire his jersey at the end of a long and successful career. That much will happen as he envisioned it, when his jersey joins those of Rogie Vachon, Marcel Dionne, Dave Taylor, Wayne Gretzky and...
  • Flyers' Timonen returning after missing season with blood clots

    Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen, who has missed the entire season because of blood clots, is going to attempt a comeback. Timonen will skate Friday at 9 a.m. at the Flyers' practice facility in Voorhees. He has not skated since April, and he isn't...
  • Preview: Kings at Panthers; Thursday, 7:30 p.m.

    Sun Sentinel When/where: 7:30 p.m., BB&T Center, Sunrise TV: Fox Sports Florida; Radio: WQAM-560 Scouting report: A day after getting honored at the White House for their Stanley Cup title, the struggling Kings were blanked 4-0 by the Capitals and have...
  • Kings' dispirited 4-0 loss to Capitals leaves them far from repeat hopes

    Kings' dispirited 4-0 loss to Capitals leaves them far from repeat hopes
    Just to get it out of the way, the last team that won the Stanley Cup and missed the playoffs the following season was the Carolina Hurricanes, who triumphed in 2006 but couldn't crash the postseason party in 2007. That bit of NHL history is becoming...