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  • Steve Montador, former Ducks defenseman, dies at 35

    Steve Montador, former Ducks defenseman, dies at 35
    Former Ducks defenseman Steve Montador, who played 10 NHL seasons with six clubs, was found dead in his home early Sunday morning, according to the Mississauga News. He was 35. According to the newspaper, a friend of Montador's discovered his body at...
  • Ducks' Tim Jackman has embraced the role of a fighter

    Ducks' Tim Jackman has embraced the role of a fighter
    Whatever else Tim Jackman could do with his life outside of hockey is anyone's guess. At 6 feet 2, 225 pounds, the native North Dakotan has the strength and demeanor to handle any number of tasks in the upper Midwest. Think small-town sheriff, a...
  • Kings face obstacles in quest for back-to-back Stanley Cup championships

    Kings face obstacles in quest for back-to-back Stanley Cup championships
    Winning the Stanley Cup might be the most demanding task in professional sports, a glorious and grueling test played out over eight months and more than 100 games. Only when the ice has melted do teams disclose who was hobbling on a wounded knee or...
  • Bianchi: Olé, Olé, Olé! Kaká already talking MLS championship for expansion Orlando City

     Bianchi: Olé, Olé, Olé! Kaká already talking MLS championship for expansion Orlando City
    Running off at the typewriter … Here's hoping the Orlando City Lions never, ever, ever become Americanized. Here's hoping the team president never stands up at the podium and tells the media, "We're acquiring the cap flexibility we need to...
  • Wolf Pack Top Providence, 1-0

    HARTFORD — Justin Vaive's goal with 3:59 remaining in the third period snapped a scoreless tie, and Yann Danis made 27 saves as the Wolf Pack defeated the Providence Bruins 1-0 Wednesday night at the XL Center. It was Danis' first shutout as a...
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  • Kings suffer power shortage in 4-2 loss at San Jose

    Maybe the upcoming pause in the action will revive the Kings in much the same way the long Olympic break did last season. Unfortunately, there aren't 20 days between games, only because of All-Star festivities and then a game against Chicago on Jan. 28....
  • Panthers prospect Petrovic added the AHL All-Star roster; Butler can't go

    Florida Panthers prospect Alex Petrovic has been added to the roster for the AHL All-Star Classic, The San Antonio Rampage defenseman will represent the Western Conference Jan. 25-26 in Utica, N.Y. The American Hockey League also announced Wednesday...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 6-2 loss at Florida

    What we learned from the Ducks' 6-2 loss at Florida
    The Ducks didn’t deliver much in a 6-2 loss to the Florida Panthers, but in the post-game dressing room, honesty was served in heavy portions. “I don’t know if we’re taking teams lightly, but we’ve got to show up to play,&...
  • Short-handed Stars upend Bruins, 5-3

    BOSTON The Stars lost the battle of attrition, but they still found a way to improve their playoff position, and that was no small feat at the TD Garden on Tuesday night. Despite battling flu, losing winger Antoine Roussel to a game misconduct penalty in...
  • Kings' Jeff Carter answers boos in Columbus

    Kings' Jeff Carter answers boos in Columbus
    The boos reverberated as soon as the announcement of the starting lineup came out at Nationwide Arena on Monday night, the Kings' lineup including center Jeff Carter. Carter's absence has not made the hearts of Columbus Blue Jackets fans grow fonder....