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  • Ryan Suter would love an Olympic moment like his father experienced

    Ryan Suter would love an Olympic moment like his father experienced
    As a child, Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter didn't hear many stories about his father, Bob, winning a gold medal as a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team. "Every teacher that I had, they were telling me all about it and wanted me to bring...
  • Now the real work begins for U.S. men's hockey team

    Now the real work begins for U.S. men's hockey team
    SOCHI, Russia — The U.S. men's hockey team was designed to be fast and hard to play against and it was all of that in the preliminary round of the Sochi Olympic tournament, sandwiching a dramatic shootout victory over Russia between routs of...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Blues honor Jaden Schwartz's late sister

    NHL pluses and minuses: Blues honor Jaden Schwartz's late sister
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: Plus + Kudos to the St. Louis Blues for detouring during an East Coast trip to practice at Yale on Friday and attend a women's hockey game in honor of Mandi...
  • Sochi Olympics: For NHL players it's fun while it lasts, but how long?

    Sochi Olympics: For NHL players it's fun while it lasts, but how long?
    SOCHI, Russia — If NHL players don't participate in the next Winter Olympics there won't be more of those only-in-hockey moments like the one that occurred Monday, when Kings and Team USA winger Dustin Brown earnestly explained why he has no problem...
  • Tempers rise as power outages continue in cold Philadelphia

    Tempers rise as power outages continue in cold Philadelphia
    With snow flurries and subfreezing temperatures in the weekend forecast, about 150,000 homes and businesses in the Philadelphia region on Saturday were still waiting for power to be restored. On Twitter, residents griped about downed power lines that...
  • Ducks' Mark Fistric makes Anaheim home with contract extension

    Ducks' Mark Fistric makes Anaheim home with contract extension
    Happiest place on earth, indeed. Ducks defenseman Mark Fistric was at Disneyland with his son Wednesday when he finalized a $3.8-million, three-year contract extension. “Pretty special day for my family,” Fistric said. “We really...
  • Kings' scoring troubles persist in 2-0 loss to Flyers

    Kings' scoring troubles persist in 2-0 loss to Flyers
    Goals by Wayne Simmonds and Claude Giroux gave the Philadelphia Flyers a 2-0 victory over the struggling Kings on Saturday at Staples Center. It was the eighth loss in the last nine games for the Kings, whose ability to score has all but disappeared....
  • Ducks' backups have answered the call on long trip

    Ducks' backups have answered the call on long trip
    The Ducks started their seasonlong eight-game trip by giving up a hat trick to Toronto's Phil Kessel and falling behind early en route to a loss at Montreal. After those two losses, the Ducks' seven-game win streak this month seemed a long-ago memory....
  • Kings suffer no lag after return from trip

    Kings suffer no lag after return from trip
    Justin Williams yawned in mid-answer. He was talking Sunday about the pleasant bounce back from the Kings' trip, and the long flight home from Nashville at the end. "That flight from Nashville always feels longer than it should be," he said. "…...
  • NHL pluses and minuses

    NHL pluses and minuses
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: + If Sidney Crosby can be said to do anything quietly, he is quietly having a sensational start. Through Sunday he led the NHL in scoring with 17 points,...
  • NHL doesn't suspend Flyers' Ray Emery for instigating fight

    NHL doesn't suspend Flyers' Ray Emery for instigating fight
    NHL executives did not suspend or otherwise punish Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Ray Emery for his length-of-the-rink dash Friday and instigation of a fight with unwilling Washington goaltender Braden Holtby, deciding that the league’s rule book...