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  • Anze Kopitar looking refreshed and rebooted since Sochi

    Anze Kopitar looking refreshed and rebooted since Sochi
    Anze Kopitar has obliterated any fears that he might have been exhausted by his Sochi Olympic experience. He was exhilarated by reaching the quarterfinals with his native Slovenia and sustained that emotion when the NHL season resumed. Kopitar leads the...
  • Ducks' Luca Sbisa, Mathieu Perreault say they'll play tonight

    Ducks' Luca Sbisa, Mathieu Perreault say they'll play tonight
    Ducks defenseman Luca Sbisa (knee) and center Mathieu Perreault (right thumb) say they’ve been told they’ll return to play Wednesday night. Perreault has missed four games since being injured in a collision in a victory over St. Louis on...
  • An unsettled air in John Wall's slam dunk contest victory

    An unsettled air in John Wall's slam dunk contest victory
    NEW ORLEANS — It was hard to tell what shocked fans more, the NBA's new dunk contest rules or a performance by Vanilla Ice. Maybe contest organizers should think twice, twice baby. Washington's John Wall was declared the winner in fan voting...
  • Sidney Crosby has grown up in many ways

    Sidney Crosby has grown up in many ways
    SOCHI, Russia — He was the NHL's golden boy, "Sid the Kid," long before he scored the golden goal at Vancouver in 2010 that restored Canada's supremacy at the game it claims as its own. Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby was 22 when he added...
  • When it comes to rules, sometimes they play the odds

    When it comes to rules, sometimes they play the odds
    The Lakers were down to five healthy and eligible players Wednesday night when center Robert Sacre picked up his sixth personal foul, fueling hope for a struggling Cleveland team that it would play the final 31/2 minutes with a man advantage. It was...
  • Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu checks in with trimmer look

    Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu checks in with trimmer look
    PHOENIX¬†— Officially, Hyun-Jin Ryu doesn't weigh any less than he did last year. The Dodgers still list his weight as 255 pounds. But his face doesn't look nearly as self-indulgent. His torso appears leaner. "I weigh significantly less than I...
  • Olympic women's goalie Shannon Szabados practices with Edmonton Oilers

    Olympic women's goalie Shannon Szabados practices with Edmonton Oilers
    The Edmonton Oilers were in a quandary Wednesday. They had traded backup goalie Ilya Bryzgalov to Minnesota and newly acquired goalie Viktor Fasth had yet to arrive from the Ducks. That left them with just one goalie, Ben Scrivens, for practice. Unless...
  • Anze Kopitar, Slovenia earn first Olympics hockey victory

    Anze Kopitar, Slovenia earn first Olympics hockey victory
    SOCHI, Russia — Slovenia’s hockey team traveled a long and difficult road to qualify for the Olympics for the first time, a journey it had to make without help from its only NHL player, standout Kings center Anze Kopitar. But Team Slovenia...
  • Sochi Olympics: U.S. grit meets Russian skill in men's hockey

    Sochi Olympics: U.S. grit meets Russian skill in men's hockey
    SOCHI, Russia — The mystique that surrounded hockey players from the old Soviet Union and Russia vanished when they began to populate NHL locker rooms and win many of the league's most important trophies. The team ethic prevails whether the guy...
  • Sochi Olympics roundup: Kings and Ducks power Canada over Austria

    Sochi Olympics roundup: Kings and Ducks power Canada over Austria
    SOCHI, Russia — Based on Jeff Carter's hat trick and Drew Doughty's game-opening goal in Canada's 6-0 Olympic victory over Austria on Friday, you'd never know the Kings are one of the NHL's lowest-scoring teams. Carter, who began Friday's game...
  • Dustin Brown hoping Olympics will cure his scoring slump

    Dustin Brown hoping Olympics will cure his scoring slump
    SOCHI, Russia — Almost lost in Team USA’s 7-1 rout of Slovakia on Thursday in its Olympic tournament opener was that winger Dustin Brown scored for the first time in a month. Yes, it had been a full month since he last scored a goal....