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  • Blackhawks get chance to take a breath, assess 1st quarter of season

    Blackhawks get chance to take a breath, assess 1st quarter of season
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Having reached the midway point of a grueling six-game road trip, the Blackhawks had a chance to pause, rest and assess their overall play one quarter into the season. The Hawks traveled to Denver on Monday where they...
  • 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-...
  • What we know after the Ducks' 4-3 shootout win over Vancouver

    What we know after the Ducks' 4-3 shootout win over Vancouver
    What we learned from the Ducks 4-3 shootout win against the Vancouver Canucks: Their quick two-game trip to Western Canada ended on a high note, a swing in the proper direction after many disappointments in shootouts this season. A few takeaways from Ryan...
  • Ducks beat Canucks, 4-3, in shootout amid boos for Ryan Kesler

    Ducks beat Canucks, 4-3, in shootout amid boos for Ryan Kesler
    This was such a nice love-in with No. 17. Except that it was with current Canucks forward Radim Vrbata, not former Vancouver center and Anaheim Duck Ryan Kesler. When 17s collide. The new-kid-in-town, Vrbata, who signed as a free agent in the...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms excited for home opener

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms excited for home opener
    Mark Alt can't wait. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms 22-year-old defenseman — one day shy of his 23rd birthday — and his teammates are excited to get the AHL home season started 7:05 tonight when they host the Adirondack Phantoms at the brand new...
  • Kings Coach Darryl Sutter puts the new year in perspective

    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter puts the new year in perspective
    You had to wonder, on this day of resetting, if Kings Coach Darryl Sutter was a New Year’s resolution kind of guy.  Nope. It was even better. “Bucket list, for sure,” he said after Thursday’s morning skate here at Rogers...
  • Kings lose three to lottery-potential teams, now face tougher threats

    Kings lose three to lottery-potential teams, now face tougher threats
    What do the Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes and Edmonton Oilers have in common? The three teams are in the "Connor McDavid Derby," the right to pick No. 1 in June's entry draft, with the chance to bring a generational-type talent into the...
  • No extra motivation for Ekblad against Reinhart

    No extra motivation for Ekblad against Reinhart
    It’s a breezy, cloudy 60-ish degree day in downtown Buffalo, where construction around the First Niagara  Center is going full bore as Sabres owner Terry Pegula is building HarborCenter, which will include two full  NHL-size rinks, a 205-room...
  • Blackhawks eager for test of long road challenge, starting at Calgary

    Blackhawks eager for test of long road challenge, starting at Calgary
    When the NHL schedule was released in June, the Blackhawks might have felt a sense of relief seeing their opponents for the first part of their annual circus trip. Kicking off the six-game, 10-day odyssey are contests against the Flames, Oilers and...
  • Western Conference teams prepare to beat the Kings with new players

    Western Conference teams prepare to beat the Kings with new players
    Many of the major off-season moves made by Western Conference teams were motivated by one factor — to match up better against the Stanley Cup champions and beat the big, deep Kings at their own game. With that in mind, a number of quality...