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  • Blackhawks' Trevor van Riemsdyk sidelined 3-4 months

    Trevor van Riemsdyk, who came out of nowhere to win a job with the Chicago Blackhawks with a strong training camp, will be sidelined three to four months with a left knee injury. The defenseman will undergo surgery Thursday to repair a left patella...
  • Blake, Forsberg, Hasek, Modano inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame

    Blake, Forsberg, Hasek, Modano inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame
    TORONTO -- Rob Blake, Peter Forsberg, Dominik Hasek and Mike Modano were among those inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Joining the four players in the 2014 class is the late Pat Burns, who was enshrined as a coach in the builder category,...
  • Panthers' Boyes faces team that traded him after one game

    Panthers right wing Brad Boyes played in his 700th NHL game in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Los Angeles Kings. On Thursday night he will face the San Jose Sharks, the team where his NHL career began on March 7, 2004, a 4-0 loss to the Dallas Stars in...
  • Longtime NHL coach Pat Quinn dies

    Longtime NHL coach Pat Quinn dies
    Pat Quinn, a longtime NHL coach who twice reached the Stanley Cup Final, has died at age 71, officials said Monday. Quinn died Sunday night at Vancouver General Hospital after a year of declining health, said officials from the Vancouver Giants, a...
  • Respected NHL voice, former Flyers coach, Quinn, dies

    Respected NHL voice, former Flyers coach, Quinn, dies
    Pat Quinn coached for 20 years and played in more than 600 games. He was one of the more respected voices in the game. He helped restore Canadian pride in the game as he guided Canada to the Gold medal in the 2002 Olympics. On Monday, the NHL mourned...
  • Penguins Beat Bruins In OT; 300th Win For Fleury

    Penguins Beat Bruins In OT; 300th Win For Fleury
    BOSTON -- Marc-Andre Fleury was still wiping the shaving cream out of his eyes and off his gear when the media arrived to talk to him after Monday night's game. The shaving cream came courtesy of unknown teammates after the Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender...
  • Forbes: Blackhawks 4th most valuable NHL franchise

    Forbes: Blackhawks 4th most valuable NHL franchise
    DENVER -- The Chicago Blackhawks are winners off the ice. According to Forbes, the Hawks are the NHL's fourth most valuable franchise worth $825 million, an increase of 32 percent from a year ago. The Toronto Maple Leafs are No. 1 at $1.3 billion, the...
  • NHL franchise values soaring, according to Forbes ranking

    NHL franchise values soaring, according to Forbes ranking
    The average value of the NHL’s 30 franchises rose to a record $490 million over the past year, and three franchises reached or topped the $1-billion mark, according to data published Tuesday by Forbes. The Toronto Maple Leafs led the list with...
  • Andrew Shaw should be ready to go when Blackhawks take on the Avalanche

     Andrew Shaw should be ready to go when Blackhawks take on the Avalanche
    DENVER — Andrew Shaw was the first player to take the ice for the Blackhawks' practice in the Mile High City on Tuesday. There was no mistaking that the forward is eager to return to action after missing the first three contests of the Hawks' six-...
  • Two Waved-Off Goals Bury Bruins

    BOSTON — The Sidney Crosby-Evgeni Malkin connection won a game in overtime for the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday night. Crosby, who already had a goal and an assist, set up Malkin for his second goal of the game 32 seconds into overtime to give...
  • Montoya saves Panthers after Luongo injured

    Montoya saves Panthers after Luongo injured
    Home cooking has been lacking spice for the Florida Panthers so far this season. Few wins. Sparse crowds. Little excitement. The vagabond team that has made a habit of impressing more the farther it gets from home got a much-needed win 1-0 against...