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  • NHL game roundup: Canadiens maintain mastery over Bruins

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Final update; will stand NHL game roundup: Canadiens maintain mastery over Bruins BOSTON -- The Montreal Canadiens continued their mastery over the rival Boston Bruins on Saturday night. Carey Price stopped 33 shots...
  • Mincy and Terps come alive in the second half, beat GW, 75-65

    Mincy and Terps come alive in the second half, beat GW, 75-65
    Laurin Mincy gladly accepted the responsibility of giving the ninth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team a much-needed kick-start Saturday at the Smith Center in Washington. The redshirt senior sparkled in the second half, and her performance allowed...
  • Enroth stops 43 shots in Sabres' win

    The Sports Xchange Enroth stops 43 shots in Sabres' win WASHINGTON -- With goaltender Michael Neuvirth sidelined with a lower-body injury, Buffalo Sabres coach Ted Nolan is likely to rely heavily on goaltender Jhonas Enroth over the next few games....
  • Preview: Sabres at Capitals

    The Buffalo Sabres were supposed to head to Washington with a home game against the New York Rangers under their belt. Several feet of snow in the Western New York area curtailed those plans, however, giving the Sabres a little extra rest going into...
  • Capitals assign Brown to Hershey

    The Sports Xchange Capitals assign Brown to Hershey The Washington Capitals re-assigned right wing Chris Brown to the Hershey Bears of the AHL Saturday. Brown, 23, appeared in five games with the Capitals this season and scored a goal on Oct. 16...
  • NHL roundup: Canucks' Hamhuis out for months

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Canucks' Hamhuis out for months Vancouver Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis is expected to miss months with a significant lower-body injury, but it is not season ending, according to NBC Sports' Pro Hockey Talk. Hamhuis,...
  • It's an emotional night for newest class at Hockey Hall of Fame

    It's an emotional night for newest class at Hockey Hall of Fame
    Their accents and homelands differed, but the six men inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday expressed a common affection for the family and friends who helped them reach the pinnacle of their sport. "Hockey is one language spoken...
  • Islanders Shut Out Avalanche For Fourth Straight Win

    UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- The New York Islanders aren't talking about their recent history. But they sure are re-writing it. Six different players scored goals for the Islanders, and goalie Jaroslav Halak notched his second straight shutout as New York...
  • Capitals send Blue Jackets to 9th straight loss

    Capitals send Blue Jackets to 9th straight loss
    Johansson continues roll for Washington in win over Columbus It should come as no surprise that left wing Alex Ovechkin leads the Washington Capitals with eight goals. But after left wing Marcus Johansson finished last season with eight goals in 80...
  • Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews rank 1, 3 in sweater sales

    Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews rank 1, 3 in sweater sales
    Blackhawks star Patrick Kane has the top-selling sweater in the NHL, the team announced Tuesday. The wing's jersey is joined by that of center Jonathan Toews in the top five. Right wing Marian Hossa (15) and goalie Corey Crawford (17) also placed in the...
  • Quenneville shakes it up; Hossa skates with third line

    Quenneville shakes it up; Hossa skates with third line
    There were new line combinations yet again for the Blackhawks at practice on Saturday at Johnny's IceHouse West as coach Joel Quenneville shuffled personnel following a 3-2 loss at home to the Washington Capitals on Friday night. The Hawks allowed two...