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  • NHL won't ban all hits to the head but will focus on boarding, charging

     
    Commissioner Gary Bettman said Tuesday that the NHL’s general managers haven’t shown enough support for an outright ban on hits to the head but the league will continue to focus on “dangerous hits; hits when a player is vulnerable, or......
  • NHL general managers discuss headshots, expanded video replay

     
    While NHL general managers concluded three days of meetings that focused on curbing blows to the head, the league was scheduling hearings for Boston's Brad Marchand and San Jose's Dany Heatley to determine if they deserve supplemental punishment for...
  • Six people injured in bus crash near Twin Peaks remain in critical condition

     
    Six people injured in Monday's bus crash in the San Bernardino Mountains remained in critical condition at Inland Empire hospitals Tuesday, including a 12-year-old girl from a Pasadena church group who suffered severe head trauma, authorities said. A...
  • Sidney Crosby: No timetable for return from 'scary' concussion

     
    Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby, who was leading the NHL in scoring when a concussion knocked him out of the lineup on Jan. 6, said Thursday he expects to return this season but his progress is coming “at a slower......
  • The latest on Lindsey Vonn: She pulls out of final worlds events

     
    Skier Lindsey Vonn has decided to let discretion be the better part of valor. Vonn said today on her Facebook page she will skip the final three events at the World Championships to get over the lingering effects of a......
  • Philip Hersh: Vonn shakes cobwebs, wins silver in world downhill [Updated]

     
    Lindsey Vonn has won everything -- Olympic gold, world championship gold, World Cup titles, more World Cup races than any U.S. skier in history. So second place at a major event should be no big deal to her. But there......
  • NFL tells Toyota to change advertisement

     
    The NFL has called Toyota Motor Corp. for a personal foul. The professional football league asked the automaker to remove a scene depicting a helmet-to-helmet collision from a commercial that explained how Toyota software used to evaluate car crashes is.....
  • Broadway's 'Spider-Man' finds replacement for injured actress who left show

     
    The accident-prone production of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" on Broadway has announced an official replacement for actress Natalie Mendoza, who has played Arachne during preview performances but who left the prodution after sustaining a concussion...
  • Things to watch in Lakers-Bucks matchup

     
    1. Will the Lakers have the proper focus against Milwaukee? There are several reasons to think the Lakers' (21-7) meeting with the Bucks (10-16) at Staples Center on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. could have the makings of a trap game. The Lakers are coming off a...
  • Kings' Greene to sit out after hard hit on Monday

     
    Defenseman Matt Greene, who was shaky after absorbing a hard hit from Detroit’s Niklas Kronwall on Monday but said he felt fine and practiced on Wednesday, awoke Thursday feeling wobbly and won’t play when the Kings face the St. Louis......
  • Kings' Doughty, Tampa Bay's Stamkos put their friendship on ice for a night

     
    Steven Stamkos and Drew Doughty were friends even before they were at the head of the NHL's 2008 entry draft class and were chosen first and second by the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Kings, respectively. “We played world juniors......