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  • Kings optimistic about Willie Mitchell; rookie camps open Thursday

    Kings optimistic about Willie Mitchell; rookie camps open Thursday
    Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell, who missed all of last season because of knee problems, is expected to be ready when the team opens training camp next week in El Segundo. Players are scheduled to report for physicals Sept. 11 and take to the ice the...
  • About Michael Yormark

    About Michael Yormark
    Michael R. Yormark is President of Sunrise Sports & Entertainment and is responsible for overseeing all of the organization's operating entities including the Florida Panthers hockey club, the BB&T Center arena venue, the Saveology.com Iceplex...
  • Wednesday's local roundup: One-run loss in Edenton drops Pilots to 4-7

    Baseball: Coastal Plain League: The Peninsula Pilots (4-7) lost 6-5 at Edenton despite solo home runs by Jamestown High graduate Scott Burkett of Longwood, Bradon Reitano of Mount Olive and Josh Silver of Lee (Tenn.) University. Peninsula miscues...
  • Pegasus shocks Pomona

    Pegasus shocks Pomona
    COSTA MESA — With nothing but sixth-graders on its roster, The Pegasus School fifth- and sixth-grade boys' gold division team feels that it can make a run at this year's Daily Pilot Cup. The Thunder certainly made a statement on the opening day of...
  • Capitals allow 3 goals in 3rd, lose season opener, 6-3

    No one expected the Washington Capitals' season opener to be perfect. Not after just six days to learn a new system from a new head coach, not when there's chemistry to establish, communication to pin down and players on the roster without professional...
  • Friday's local roundup: Calder Cup winners' homecoming successful as Tokarski, Crunch shut out Admirals

    After what amounted to a minor-league franchise trade following last season, some of the guys who won the 2012 AHL Calder Cup with the Norfolk Admirals said it would feel odd to play as the visiting team at Scope. It certainly didn't affect their play...
  • Christian Thomas Finding HIs Scoring Touch

    Christian Thomas Finding HIs Scoring Touch
    HARTFORD -- After scoring 129 goals in three season in junior hockey, Christian Thomas came to the AHL with a reputation. Thomas, a 2010 second-round draft pick, was considered a top prospect by the Rangers. With speed, skill and an NHL bloodline -- his...
  • Brandon Segal's Journey To Hartford

    Brandon Segal's Journey To Hartford
    At age 29, the focus is on the NHL. Brandon Segal has logged 102 NHL games, including 10 with the Tampa Bay Lightning last season. When the right winger signed as a free agent with the Rangers over the summer, he hoped to challenge for a job in New York....
  • Favre's streak predates plenty in sports, pop culture

    It was on Sept. 27, 1992 that Brett Favre made his first career start at quarterback, taking the Packers onto Lambeau Field against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Now, 291 consecutive regular-season starts later (and 315 all told, including postseason games),...
  • Blackhawks' Quenneville on Bolland: 'Status quo'

    Blackhawks' Quenneville on Bolland: 'Status quo'
    It has been more than two weeks since the Blackhawks' Dave Bolland suffered a concussion, but there has been little progress in the center's recovery. Bolland was injured when he was elbowed in the head by the Lightning's Pavel Kubina on March 9 in...
  • Dean Lombardi: Might take Kings 'a while' to re-sign Drew Doughty [Updated]

     
    Kings fans waiting for General Manager Dean Lombardi to quickly re-sign restricted free-agent defenseman Drew Doughty might need some patience. Asked Tuesday if there were anything new regarding his negotiations with Doughty, Lombardi said no, and added...