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  • Dustin Brown is confident he will play in Kings' opener next week

    Dustin Brown is confident he will play in Kings' opener next week
    With the Kings heading off to the gambling capital of the world, Las Vegas, for two exhibitions, it almost seemed appropriate to ask a percentage-based question. Kings captain Dustin Brown continues to improve in his recovery from a hamstring injury...
  • Flyers goalie's dash to fight unwilling foe may prompt rule tweak

    Flyers goalie's dash to fight unwilling foe may prompt rule tweak
    It's the equivalent of putting a stop sign at a busy intersection after an accident, but the NHL will consider modifying its rules after it found no specific rule to support further punishing Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Ray Emery for his rink-length...
  • Ducks, former coach Randy Carlyle renew acquaintances tonight

    Ducks, former coach Randy Carlyle renew acquaintances tonight
    On Nov. 27, 2011, the Ducks lost a seventh consecutive game, to the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs, and Anaheim’s coach then, Randy Carlyle assessed, “We just seem to be dead between the ears.” Three days later, after the team won for...
  • Canucks Coach John Tortorella has dropped the rude 'tude

    VANCOUVER, Canada — Anyone who saw John Tortorella's testy, 20-second news conferences when he coached the New York Rangers might have been shocked Monday when he conducted a cordial 20-minute session before the Canucks' morning skate at Rogers...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Ducks on historic run

    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: Plus + Riding a 17-1 surge, the Ducks are only the fifth team in NHL history to win 17 or more games in an 18-game span. A good omen? The first two, the...
  • Will Sheldon Souray's loss hurt the Ducks in the end?

    Will Sheldon Souray's loss hurt the Ducks in the end?
    CHICAGO -- Without veteran defenseman Sheldon Souray, the Ducks have still surged to the NHL’s best record, winning a record-tying 18 of 19 games with goalie Jonas Hiller winning 14 straight. Yet, news Thursday that Souray, 37, was to undergo...
  • One more to go for Kings, Ducks before stadium game

    One more to go for Kings, Ducks before stadium game
    Their Dodger Stadium game will certainly be historic, with KISS in concert, beach volleyball to the side and an expected sellout crowd watching hockey in the open (and warm) air. But Thursday night's prequel to Saturday's NHL Stadium Series event,...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Blackhawks return to dominant ways

    NHL pluses and minuses: Blackhawks return to dominant ways
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: Plus + The Blackhawks started this month 2-1-4 before they pulled together for a 4-2 victory over the Ducks on Friday, ending the Ducks' eight-game...
  • NHL general managers defer action on goalie fights, changing OT format

    NHL general managers defer action on goalie fights, changing OT format
    NHL general managers met Tuesday in Toronto to discuss a variety of issues but took no action besides agreeing to revisit several topics at greater length in March, when they are scheduled to convene for three days in Florida. The assembled general...
  • Kings lose Keaton Ellerby to Jets on waivers; Toffoli, Vey join team

    Kings lose Keaton Ellerby to Jets on waivers; Toffoli, Vey join team
    One player exited and two forwards joined the Kings on a busy Saturday morning. The Kings lost defenseman Keaton Ellerby on waivers as the injury-riddled Winnipeg Jets claimed the former first-round draft pick. Shortly thereafter, left wing Tyler...
  • Philadelphia Flyers, Washington Capitals engage in brawl

    The Philadelphia Flyers were supposed to be Stanley Cup contenders this season. Instead, it looks like they've gone the goon route in trying to resurrect something worthwhile from a season that's quickly spiraling out of control. In the closing...