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  • Anze Kopitar, Slovenia can feel proud despite Olympic hockey loss

    Anze Kopitar, Slovenia can feel proud despite Olympic hockey loss
    SOCHI, Russia -- The disappointment Anze Kopitar felt was immediate and deep after Slovenia’s 5-0 loss to Sweden Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the Sochi Olympic hockey tournament, the end of the road for a gutsy team that won the admiration of hockey fans everywhere with its perseverance to get this far in its first-ever Olympic appearance.
  • Teemu Selanne's golden dream ends with 2-1 semifinal loss to Sweden

    Teemu Selanne's golden dream ends with 2-1 semifinal loss to Sweden
    SOCHI, Russia—Teemu Selanne’s dream of winning an Olympic gold medal will not come true. The Ducks’ right wing, a six-time Olympian at 43 and the oldest player ever to score a goal in the men’s Olympic hockey tournament, lost his...

    NHL pluses and minuses: Ben Scrivens steps up for Kings

    NHL pluses and minuses: Ben Scrivens steps up for Kings
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: Plus + Ben Scrivens might have saved the Kings' season after Jonathan Quick sustained a groin injury last week. Scrivens took over in goal with 1:20 left in...

    Stanley Cup finals: Bruins 0, Canucks 0 after first period

     
    The lively crowd was worked up into a frenzy before the game, and that energy carried over to the players' benches. The scoreless first period was played at a rapid pace and with some crunching hits. The first period was...

    Stanley Cup finals: Canucks defeat Bruins, 3-2, in overtime to take 2-0 lead in series

     
    Alexandre Burrows can be a world-class player when he’s not biting opponents’ fingers or going on head-hunting missions. He proved it Saturday in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals by scoring the first and last goals and assisting on...