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  • Ilya Kovalchuk says he never thought he'd sign anywhere but New Jersey

     
    Some interesting comments from Ilya Kovalchuk at a news conference Tuesday in Newark, N.J., where he signed a 17-year, $102-million contract to stay with the New Jersey Devils. Kovalchuk turned down a 15-year, $80-million offer from the Kings and visited....
  • NHL players union responds to league's rejection of Ilya Kovalchuk-New Jersey Devils contract

     
    The National Hockey League Players’ Assn. released the following statement Wednesday regarding the rejection of Ilya Kovalchuk’s contract with the New Jersey Devils by the National Hockey League: "The NHLPA is currently analyzing the basis upon...
  • Junior hockey star Patrice Cormier charged with assault for on-ice hit to the head

     
    Patrice Cormier, the former captain of Canada's world junior hockey team, was charged with assault causing injury in connection with an on-ice hit to the head of an opposing player in January. Cormier, 19, already had been suspended for the......
  • The 10 greatest L.A. Kings of all time, No. 1: Wayne Gretzky

     
    Ending our series of the 10 greatest L.A. Kings of all time, as chosen by our readers. No. 1: Wayne Gretzky (624 first-place votes, 13,849 points) It was interesting counting up the ballots. Some people had Gretzky way down on......
  • Ducks' Ryan Whitney added to U.S. Olympic team

     
    Ducks defenseman Ryan Whitney was added to the U.S. Olympic team Thursday, giving the Ducks nine players on various Olympic teams. Whitney and Tim Gleason of the Carolina Hurricanes were named to replace New Jersey Devils defenseman Paul Martin and......
  • Team USA defenseman Mike Komisarek will not play in Olympics

     
    The U.S. men's ice hockey team suffered another blow to its blueline Thursday when Mike Komisarek said he will not play in the Winter Olympics because of shoulder surgery. The Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman had not played since Jan. 2,......
  • U.S. men's hockey team not worried about Zach Parise's injury

     
    When Zach Parise sat out of the New Jersey Devils' game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday because of an undisclosed injury, eyebrows rose among the executives of Team USA. Would Parise, who is among the highest-scoring American players in......
  • Last but not least, Russia defeats Latvia, 8-2

     
    In the nightcap of the tripleheader Tuesday at Canada Hockey Place, Russia got two goals from Washington Capitals superstar Alexander Ovechkin and two from KHL forward Danis Zaripov to defeat Latvia, 8-2, in their Group B opener. Evgeni Malkin of......
  • Martin Brodeur, Ilya Bryzgalov and Ryan Miller finalists for Vezina Trophy

     
    Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils, Ilya Bryzgalov of the Phoenix Coyotes and Ryan Miller of the Buffalo Sabres are the three finalists for the Vezina Trophy, which is awarded to the league's top goaltender. The general managers from......
  • Sprained thumb, broken wrist...and then there's the Kings' emotional wounds

     
    Two things are sure to happen within a few days of an NHL team’s final game: Players shave their playoff beards and the truth comes out about the injuries they’ve dealt with for varying lengths of time. Most of the......
  • Kings' Dustin Brown named alternate captain of U.S. Olympic hockey team

     
    Kings captain Dustin Brown was named one of four alternate captains for the U.S. Olympic hockey team for the Vancouver Games. Jamie Langenbrunner of the New Jersey Devils, about to play in his second Olympic tournament, was named the team's......