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  • Maria Cerra Tishman, 1948 Olympic fencer, dies at 96

    PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) -- Maria Cerra Tishman, a U.S. fencer who finished fourth in individual foil at the 1948 Olympics, has died. She was 96.

    The Associated Press
  • Happy Birthday, Wayne Gretzky: Jan. 26

    "The Great One" was born on January 26, 1961.Keywords: Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, New York Rangers, NHL, hockey

  • Olympic slalom champion Matt seeks turnaround before worlds

    Olympic champion Mario Matt has one last chance to get his slalom season on track before the Alpine skiing world championships. Matt, who spends much of his time away from the slopes as a breeder of Asian horses, considered retirement in the offseason.

    The Associated Press
  • Maple Leafs D Dion Phaneuf 'week-to-week' with upper body injury

    After the New York Islanders announced that Kyle Okposo could miss up to two months with an upper body injury, the Toronto Maple Leafs announced that captain Dion Phaneuf will be sidelined on a "week-to-week" basis with an upper body injury that he suffered before the All-Star break. According to…

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  • Sabres suspend Nikita Zadorov for not reporting to team after break

    The Buffalo Sabres suspended defenseman Nikita Zadorov an undisclosed number of games Monday for failing to report to the team on time following the NHL All-Star break. Monday was the first day teams were allowed to continue with team activities following the break, and Zadorov was not present at…

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  • Kings, Flames, and Connor McDavid: What to watch for in NHL's second half

    The NHL All-Star break had a lot of great stories and its fair share of fun moments, but after five days off it is finally time to start getting back to real games. Some of the things we have to look forward to: The possibility of a Stanley Cup champion missing the playoffs for the first time…

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  • WATCH: Carey Price has a Phil Kessel jersey tossing joke

    A small number of Maple Leafs fans have been dealing with their frustration of another disappointing season by throwing their jerseys on the ice during games, a form of protest that has left some players a bit frustrated. Back in November, Phil Kessel called the jersey throwers "classless."

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  • Jason Brown wins first US title, holding off Adam Rippon

    Jason Brown gushed to Adam Rippon: ''Oh my god, it was amazing.'' He turned to Joshua Farris, his skating rival for nearly a decade, and told him, ''It's just so cool to continue to grow together.'' Brown won his first U.S. title Sunday when Rippon's stellar long program couldn't make up a big…

    The Associated Press
  • Brown captures first US title

    Jason Brown held on to claim his first US title after finishing second in Sunday's free skate on the final day of the 2015 United States Figure Skating Championships. Brown posted the second best score in the free skate to finish with 274.96 overall points. The Illinois native was the runner-up…

  • Iraschko-Stolz claims second win of season

    Oberstdorf (Germany) (AFP) - Olympic silver medallist Daniela Iraschko-Stolz soared to the top of the women's World Cup ski jumping standings after her second win in as many days in Oberstdorf, Germany, on Sunday.

  • Alex Ovechkin wanted to win a car at All-Star Game so he could donate it

    Ovechkin really did want that car. He wanted to win a car so badly so he could donate it to Nova Cool Cats Special Hockey, Inc, a hockey club in Northern Virginia for kids with special needs. After Ovechkin was not picked last on Friday and did not win the MVP award during Sunday's game, the…

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  • WATCH: Darryl Sutter's son was doing some coaching at All-Star Game

    There were a lot of great moments during the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday and throughout the entire All-Star weekend, but one of the best -- and probably the best -- had to be Chris Sutter, the son of Los Angeles Kings coach Darryl Sutter, doing some coaching behind the Team Foligno bench throughout…

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  • The good and bad from the 2015 NHL All-Star weekend

    Jakub Voracek tied an NHL All-Star Game record with six points and John Tavares scored four goals to help lead Team Toews to a 17-12 win over Team Foligno in the 2015 NHL All-Star Game, a game that also set an NHL record for most goals in an All-Star game. It all wrapped up a pretty entertaining…

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    Preview Game
  • WATCH: There was a playful scrum at the All-Star Game

    There are three things you should want to see from players participating in the NHL All-Star Game. Look like you're having fun. Don't get hurt. Show off your skill. 

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  • Lindsey Vonn heads home for world champs in winning shape

    Exceeding expectations in her comeback season, Lindsey Vonn now heads to her hometown world championships injury-free and winning races in style. Vonn's mastery of a tricky course setting meant only one racer, Olympic super-G champion Anna Fenninger of Austria, finished within a second of her…

    The Associated Press
  • Vonn powers to St Moritz super-G win

    American Lindsey Vonn made up for a disappointing downhill performance by powering to a stunning victory in Sunday's super-G in St Moritz. It was Vonn's 64th World Cup victory, the 30-year-old having drawn level with, and then passed, the previous all-time record of 62 set by Austrian great…

  • Norway wins 2nd straight men's biathlon World Cup relay

    ANTERSELVA, Italy (AP) -- Norway won a second successive men's biathlon World Cup relay on Sunday, while Germany triumphed in the women's event in tough conditions.

    The Associated Press
  • Polina Edmunds to skate for US at world championships

    GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- Olympian Polina Edmunds will represent the United States at the world figure skating championships after placing fourth at the nationals.

    The Associated Press