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  • Ducks come up short in shootout with Penguins

    Ducks come up short in shootout with Penguins
    The Ducks, who have the NHL's best record, were eager Friday to see how they matched up against the East-leading Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins seemed less concerned about measuring themselves against anybody than about rebounding from an ugly loss...
  • Ducks put differences aside, welcome Stephane Robidas

    Ducks put differences aside, welcome Stephane Robidas
    When Corey Perry extended his hand to Stephane Robidas on Thursday, for once it wasn't in anger. The combative players have gotten under each other's skin frequently over the years, but they put their hostilities aside when the Ducks acquired Robidas...
  • Wayne Gretzky takes his place as outdoor hockey game in L.A. looms

    Wayne Gretzky takes his place as outdoor hockey game in L.A. looms
    When a young Wayne Gretzky skated eight or 10 hours a day on frozen Canadian ponds, his ears would freeze and his toes would become so numb that he'd have tears in his eyes when he came inside and his father rubbed his feet to warm them. "Those are...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Ducks on historic run

    NHL pluses and minuses: Ducks on historic run
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: Plus + Riding a 17-1 surge, the Ducks are only the fifth team in NHL history to win 17 or more games in an 18-game span. A good omen? The first two, the...
  • Kings make one of the few big deals on NHL trade deadline day

    Kings make one of the few big deals on NHL trade deadline day
    The prevailing winds shifted within the NHL when the high-spending, short-term-thinking New York Rangers declined to overpay winger Ryan Callahan or give him the leverage of a no-trade clause and traded him to Tampa Bay for 38-year-old Martin St. Louis....
  • Pat LaFontaine's shuffling off from Buffalo causes ripples

    Pat LaFontaine's shuffling off from Buffalo causes ripples
    While the St. Louis Blues were remolding themselves in the Kings' image and hoping elite goaltender Ryan Miller will help them conquer their playoff nemeses, the Buffalo Sabres were making more news than they have since they were the victims of Brett...
  • Brawl, bizarre goal are black marks against NHL

    Brawl, bizarre goal are black marks against NHL
    Saturday won’t be remembered as the NHL’s finest hour. The league absorbed a one-two punch of ridicule for the line brawl that erupted two seconds into the Vancouver-Calgary game, Canucks Coach John Tortorella’s attempt to invade the...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Pittsburgh on top in the East

    NHL pluses and minuses: Pittsburgh on top in the East
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: Plus + Despite being plagued by injuries — they lost four of their top six defensemen at one point — the Pittsburgh Penguins have won 12 of...
  • Sochi: U.S. grit meets Russian skill in men's hockey

    Sochi: 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...
  • 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...
  • Russia's men's hockey team will feel the heat on home ice

    Russia's men's hockey team will feel the heat on home ice
    SOCHI, Russia — Alexander Ovechkin hasn't arrived yet but his imprint is all over the Winter Olympics. The Russian forward's smiling face — featuring a gap where one of his front teeth should be — is on menus distributed aboard Sochi-...