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  • Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'One Direction: The TV Special'

    Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'One Direction: The TV Special'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 21 - 27, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce Abby (Lisa...
  • Nash Scores Twice, Rangers Extend Win Streak To Seven

    Nash Scores Twice, Rangers Extend Win Streak To Seven
    Rangers 4, Capitals 2: Rick Nash recorded his fourth two-goal performance of the season and Martin St. Louis added a pair of power-play tallies as host New York extended its season-high winning streak to seven games. Nash added an assist on St. Louis'...
  • Friday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Admirals prepare for three-game trip to Pennsylvania

    COLLEGES: Men’s basketball: Unbeaten Virginia’s home game at 6 p.m. Tuesday against Davidson has sold out. It’s the Cavaliers’ sixth John Paul Jones Arena sellout of the season. PRO HOCKEY: Looking to emerge from the cellar in...
  • Last three home games before New Year's critical to Panthers' success

    When the Panthers get back to work Saturday they will be reminded that the final three games of this holiday homestand just may be the most critical stretch of the season. Not only are their next three opponents — Maple Leafs on Sunday,...
  • Panthers need to charge weak power play if they hope to climb standings

    The Panthers had no where to go but up when it came to their abysmal 30th-ranked power play last season. While they have improved slightly from a paltry success rate of 10 percent last season — the lowest since the Wild's 9.6 percent in 2000-01...
  • Surprising Panthers have plenty to be merry about this Christmas

    For years ex-coaches and general managers of Christmases past have vowed to turn the Panthers into a tough-minded team that said they would be hard to play against.' To no avail, until now. Even in the stunning 2011-12 season in which rookie coach...
  • Feisty Dave Bolland and rats are both back for surging Panthers

    The rubber rats were raining down again on the BB&T Center's ice following the Panthers' thrilling 4-3 shootout victory over the Eastern Conference-leading Pittsburgh Penguins before the Christmas break. But the Panthers are far more excited that...
  • Winter Classic appeal hasn't worn off for NBC's Ed Olczyk, Mike Emrick

    Winter Classic appeal hasn't worn off for NBC's Ed Olczyk, Mike Emrick
    Ed Olczyk, like most NHL players, grew up playing hockey outdoors. He has fond memories of endless hours skating in frigid weather around the Chicago area during the 1970s. His father even built an outdoor rink in their backyard. "I remember my mom...
  • NHL overtime format could see changes, and expansion is a hot topic

    NHL overtime format could see changes, and expansion is a hot topic
    The NHL ushered in 2014 with its Winter Classic outdoor game on New Year's Day, drawing a record crowd of 105,491 to Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor to see the Toronto Maple Leafs defeat the Detroit Red Wings, 3-2, and celebrate the game's cold-weather...
  • 'Road to the Winter Classic' unvarnished look at Blackhawks and Capitals

    'Road to the Winter Classic' unvarnished look at Blackhawks and Capitals
    The Blackhawks have participated in behind-the-scenes shows before, but not of this magnitude. The upcoming "Road to the Winter Classic" series will feature unprecedented volume in terms of its access and scope. And speaking of volume, cover your ears...
  • Nationals trade Detwiler to Rangers for minor leaguers

    Nationals trade Detwiler to Rangers for minor leaguers
    The Washington Nationals sent left-hander Ross Detwiler to the pitching-starved Texas Rangers on Thursday for two minor leaguers, an infielder and a pitcher — both at Single-A — pending an exchange of medical information, according to people...