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  • Ducks beat Canucks, 3-1, without Ryan Getzlaf, Jonas Hiller

    Take away their leading scorer and starting goalie, and the Ducks still win. Forced to adapt through a Sunday scratch of acknowledged leader Ryan Getzlaf (upper-body injury) and a last-minute illness to goalie Jonas Hiller, the Ducks weathered being...
  • West is best, again, and it's not close

    West is best, again, and it's not close
    The Western Conference has had a statistical edge over the East for a while, and it has produced the Stanley Cup champion in five of the last seven seasons and 11 of the last 17. The Detroit Red Wings' four titles contributed to that dominance, but...
  • Ducks take 15-3-1 record on the road, and 'it could be a grind'

     Ducks take 15-3-1 record on the road, and 'it could be a grind'
    As much as was made about the difficulty of the Ducks' eight-game trip, the four-game stretch that starts Tuesday in Florida is potentially the real trap. "It could be a grind," Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said. Though the Ducks' journey begins in rare...
  • Jeff Carter to play against Vancouver Canucks

    Jeff Carter to play against Vancouver Canucks
    This post has been updated. See below for details. VANCOUVER, Canada -- Greetings from Vancouver, where it’s chilly but sunny. The big news from the Kings’ morning skate at Rogers Arena was that they planned to activate forward Jeff Carter...
  • Missed out on Black Friday? The Cheap Seats has gift suggestions

    Missed out on Black Friday? The Cheap Seats has gift suggestions
    Congratulations! You are reading this, which means you got home after Black Friday. You understand the meaning of Black Friday, right? It is a cultural ceremony that serves two purposes: (1) It reduces stock that companies couldn't give away on any...
  • Kings' Willie Mitchell ready for some new images in his career

    Kings' Willie Mitchell ready for some new images in his career
    Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell took the piece of treasure from teammate and captain Dustin Brown and hoisted the Stanley Cup above his head, skated away, hollered and kicked up his right leg in celebration. For Mitchell, it has been almost frozen in...
  • Crawford's game, confidence at elite level

    Crawford's game, confidence at elite level
    In one of his many bold moves Sunday night, Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford ventured 10 feet out of the crease as the puck dangerously veered toward him. It had taken an awkward bounce off Kings center Jeff Carter's stick and initially looked...
  • Kings advance on a long shot

    Kings advance on a long shot
    The crowd yelled for Dustin Penner to shoot as the final seconds of the second period ticked off the clock Friday at Staples Center. His teammates yelled for Penner to shoot and the coaches joined the chaotic chorus. Penner, not known for always...
  • Two-goal lead almost too much for Los Angeles Kings to handle

    Two-goal lead almost too much for Los Angeles Kings to handle
    After the smothering defense and one-goal games the Kings battled through during their first-round playoff series against the St. Louis Blues, holding a two-goal lead over the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday night had to feel as liberating as a skate in the...
  • Winning another Cup would top even 2010

    Winning another Cup would top even 2010
    In a United Center hallway moments after Saturday's 3-1 victory over the Bruins brought the Blackhawks within 60 minutes of a second Stanley Cup title in four years, general manager Stan Bowman opened a window just a crack to his ambivalent soul. Bowman...
  • Sharks hope they can finally live up Stanley Cup expectations

    Sharks hope they can finally live up Stanley Cup expectations
    SAN JOSE — Neatly framed but almost forgotten, a front page from the San Jose Mercury News sits against the wall in a room above the Sharks' practice rink. The newspaper photograph depicts a coach and two players, and the headline is bold:...