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  • Hurricanes trade Gleason to Capitals for Hillen, draft pick

    A day after helping beat the Washington Capitals, defenseman Tim Gleason was traded to them. The Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday sent Gleason to the Caps in exchange for defenseman Jack Hillen and a fourth-round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. Both...
  • Kings beat Washington Capitals, 3-1, for their fourth win in a row

    Kings beat Washington Capitals, 3-1, for their fourth win in a row
    What you had were the usual suspects joined by the two unfamiliar names, of late, on the goal-scoring ledger, adding up to a workable mix of offense for the Kings. Finally, the 70s trio — Dwight King, Jeff Carter and Tyler Toffoli — got...
  • Kings hope to keep win streak going as Capitals come to town

    Kings hope to keep win streak going as Capitals come to town
    Washington represented one of the high points of the season for the Kings, quickly followed by one of the lowest moments. The high point did not happen on the ice. That was the White House visit on Feb. 2, when the Stanley Cup champion Kings and MLS...
  • Ducks beat Carolina, 2-1, to wrap up trip

    Ducks beat Carolina, 2-1, to wrap up trip
    John Gibson is a young man of few words with reporters crowded around him, but with pucks flying his way Thursday night, he spoke volumes. The 21-year-old Ducks goalie, making his first start since Oct. 30, recorded 35 saves to lift his struggling...
  • How Flyers can finish off their playoff push

    RALEIGH, N.C. To their credit, the left-for-dead Flyers have climbed back into the Eastern Conference playoff hunt by straightening out their penalty-killing problems and discovering a way to beat some of the NHL's elite teams. But if they really want to...
  • Flyers rebound, shoot down Predators

    Flyers rebound, shoot down Predators
    PHILADELPHIA – Lose to the worst team in hockey, then beat the best. Go figure. Two days after falling to the lowly Buffalo Sabres, the Flyers bounced back with a 3-2 shootout win over the NHL-leading Nashville Predators on Saturday afternoon at...
  • Del Zotto's third-period goal lifts Flyers to 3-2 win over Capitals

    PHILADELPHIA After losing two straight home games to NHL lightweights, the Flyers completed a weekend sweep of league powers on Sunday, defeating the Washington Capitals, 3-2, at the Wells Fargo Center and inching closer in the playoff race. Defenseman...
  • On The Air Sunday

    AUTO RACING 1 p.m.: 2015 Daytona 500. FOX BASKETBALL Noon: Lafayette at Lehigh. CBSSN Noon: Women's College, Duke at North Carolina State. ESPN2 Noon: Women's College, Temple at South Florida. ESPNU 1 p.m.: Ohio State at Michigan. CBS 1 p.m.:...
  • Kings beat Capitals 3-1 for fourth straight victory

    Defense created much of the offense for the Los Angeles Kings in a solid two-way performance against the Washington Capitals. Trevor Lewis and Jarret Stoll scored third-period goals and Dwight King also found the net for the Los Angeles Kings in a 3-1...
  • Capitals edge Penguins in chippy 3-1 win

    Alexander Ovechkin insists he saw the puck, put his hands together and tried to give it a whack, only to see Kris Letang's right foot get in the way at the last second. The fallout may have reignited the once-heated rivalry between the Pittsburgh...
  • Penguins fall to Capitals, 3-1

    PITTSBURGH The Penguins' power play struggled once again in a 3-1 home loss to the rival Washington Capitals at Consol Energy Center on Tuesday night. The Capitals took a lead with 1:24 remaining in the first period. Near the end of a Washington power...