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  • Blackhawks defeat Kings, 2-1, in Western Conference finals opener

    Blackhawks defeat Kings, 2-1, in Western Conference finals opener
    The Chicago Blackhawks scored two second-period goals as part of a repeated shot-taking effort on gifted Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick, producing a 2-1 victory over visiting Los Angeles in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Saturday at United...
  • Red Wings' top line takes big hit with suspension of Abdelkader

    Red Wings' top line takes big hit with suspension of Abdelkader
    DETROIT -- The Ducks will be facing an altered Red Wings team at a most critical time, in Game 4 on Monday night. What has been the Red Wings' top line, the one carrying them into the playoffs, was dismantled when the NHL suspended Detroit forward...
  • Unsatisfied Los Angeles Kings hope to improve going forward

    Unsatisfied Los Angeles Kings hope to improve going forward
    Making history has become routine for the Kings. Last spring they became the first No. 8 seed to win the Stanley Cup, upsetting the 1-2-3 teams in the West before defeating the New Jersey Devils in the final. After opening their title defense by...
  • Kings advance on a long shot

    Kings advance on a long shot
    The crowd yelled for Dustin Penner to shoot as the final seconds of the second period ticked off the clock Friday at Staples Center. His teammates yelled for Penner to shoot and the coaches joined the chaotic chorus. Penner, not known for always...
  • Kings' evolution from losing team to Stanley Cup winner continues

    Kings' evolution from losing team to Stanley Cup winner continues
    CHICAGO — It was only a theory, but the thoughts Dean Lombardi expressed a few years ago on how a losing team evolves from pretender to contender made a lot of sense. First, a team hopes it can win — hope being the key word because it lacks...
  • After promising start, it's hard on Ducks to have it end this way

    After promising start, it's hard on Ducks to have it end this way
    A great beginning turned into a sorry end for the Ducks, who burned up the NHL in the early weeks of this lockout-shortened season but were too burned out Sunday to put up much of a consistent challenge to the inspired Detroit Red Wings. What should...
  • This spring, every step is harder for the Los Angeles Kings

    This spring, every step is harder for the Los Angeles Kings
    SAN JOSE — If any doubts remained that the Kings' playoff journey this spring will be tougher than last year's relatively smooth path to the Stanley Cup, those doubts were shredded Tuesday in the jaws of a bunch of fast-moving, hungry Sharks....
  • Sharks hope they can finally live up Stanley Cup expectations

    Sharks hope they can finally live up Stanley Cup expectations
    SAN JOSE — Neatly framed but almost forgotten, a front page from the San Jose Mercury News sits against the wall in a room above the Sharks' practice rink. The newspaper photograph depicts a coach and two players, and the headline is bold:...
  • Ducks' Emerson Etem is back at practice

    Ducks' Emerson Etem is back at practice
    Emerson Etem returned to skating with his Ducks teammates Tuesday morning and is prepared to be activated for the team’s regular-season home opener Thursday against the New York Rangers at ┬áHonda Center. “I’m feeling good, I’m...
  • Former Ducks star Scott Niedermayer is elected to Hockey Hall of Fame

    Former Ducks star Scott Niedermayer is elected to Hockey Hall of Fame
    Even a sure-fire Hockey Hall of Fame nominee is not immune to a nervous moment or two. After all, Brendan Shanahan was considered a near lock a year ago, and did not get the phone call from the 416 area code, which would signify word from the Hall of...
  • USA Hockey's orientation camp roster has a youthful flavor

    USA Hockey's orientation camp roster has a youthful flavor
    The latest step(s) on the Olympic road to Sochi, Russia, came on Monday when various national hockey federations released their orientation camp rosters. There was significant Los Angeles-Anaheim representation, and a decided youth movement in terms...