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  • Boston Blades advance to Clarkson Cup final

    MARKHAM, Ontario (AP) -- Hilary Knight scored three goals and the Boston Blades beat the Toronto Furies 7-3 on Thursday to advance to the final of the Canadian Women's Hockey League championship.

    The Associated Press
  • Chicago Blackhawks, Duncan Keith Make Disabled Girl's Hockey Dream Come True

    The little girl's dream gets an assist from her favorite player and NHL's social media campaign.Keywords: NHL, Hockey, Chicago Blackhawks, Duncan Keith, #WhatsYourGoal

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  • LOOK: Coyotes wear their black Kachina-style throwback jerseys

    The Coyotes were back in black, wearing the Kachina style jerseys from the early years of the franchise. Doan, who has been with the Coyotes as long as they’ve been in Arizona, looked right at home in the new threads as the local club prepared to play the Vancouver Canucks (who sadly must have…

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  • LOOK: Alice Cooper poses with Coyotes goalie mask with his face on it

    If you didn’t know, rock legend Alice Cooper is an Arizona Coyotes fan. As part of a tribute to one of the team's more famous fans, Coyotes goalie Mike Smith has a tribute to the rock and roller on his special retro goalie mask for Thursday night's game. Cooper is in attendance for Thursday…

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  • WATCH: Blackhawks' Duncan Keith helps young fan skate for first time

    Keith shared the story of Cammy, a young girl who was born without the ability to walk or speak. Despite her inability to communicate verbally, Cammy still has a wide smile and uses a computer to help her speak. Keith met Cammy and her family at the Blackhawks’ practice facility in Chicago. The…

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  • Guay won't ski this World Cup season, will focus on rehab

    MONT-TREMBLANT, Quebec (AP) -- Canadian skier Erik Guay will remain sidelined for the World Cup season because of knee surgeries and will focus on making a full recovery for next season. Guay says in a statement Thursday that ''despite best efforts on and off snow this season, my knee is giving me…

    The Associated Press
  • Florida Panthers to hold contest to find backup goalie

    Eventually 41-year-old goalie coach Robb Tallas came out in the pads. Needless to say, the Panthers are going to need some backup. The Panthers announced plans for their “Goal of a Lifetime” contest Thursday. The contest’s aim is to give one Panthers fan the opportunity to sign a one-day amateur…

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  • WATCH: Southampton FC players attempt to play hockey in Switzerland

    Southampton FC has an interesting connection to hockey. The club chairman is Ralph Krueger, former head coach of the Swiss national ice hockey team and briefly the Edmonton Oilers. So when the club had a chance to give the players a bit of a vacation, they were sent to Davos, Switzerland. With…

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  • Martins Dukurs of Latvia leads skeleton worlds after 2 runs

    WINTERBERG, Germany (AP) -- Martins Dukurs of Latvia took a narrow lead over Olympic gold medalist Alexander Tretiakov of Russia at the halfway stage of the skeleton world championship.

    The Associated Press
  • Almaty to save $500 million in bid for 2022 Winter Olympics

    Almaty will save more than $500 million after making several venue changes in its bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics, Kazakh organizers said Thursday. The moves came after a visit to Almaty last month by the International Olympic Committee's evaluation commission.

    The Associated Press
  • Panthers G Roberto Luongo expected to miss at least two games

    The team announced on Thursday that Luongo is expected to miss their game on Thursday night against Dallas and Saturday's game against the New York Islanders.

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  • WATCH: Maple Leafs F Richard Panik fined $2,000 for embellishment

    Toronto Maple Leafs forward Richard Panik became the seventh player to be fined by the NHL this season for diving/embellishment when the league hit him with a $2,000 fine on Thursday. Panik was not penalized for embellishment on the play. The only players to be fined this season have been Panik,…

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  • LOOK: Mike Smith's Alice Cooper mask for Coyotes throwback night

    The Arizona Coyotes are having a throwback night on Thursday against the Vancouver Canucks and will be wearing the original uniforms from their inaugural 1996-97 season following their move from Winnipeg.

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  • NHL Awards: Carey Price building lead in Hart, Vezina races

    This year has been fairly wide open for a number of the NHL's big awards. He's starting to build a lead in the races for both the Hart Trophy and the Vezina with how well he has played and just how much he's been leaned on by his team. There's another really good goalie out there this season in…

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  • Alex Ovechkin game time decision on Thursday with lower body injury

    Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin will be a game time decision on Thursday night for their game against the Minnesota Wild as he deals with a lower body injury according to the team.

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  • NHL Daily Picks: Panthers turn to Dan Ellis in playoff race

    Welcome to the NHL Daily Picks where hockey writers Adam Gretz and Chris Peters make their picks for select games every day. Both teams are very much on the playoff bubble, with the Flames opening the day tied with Los Angeles with 72 points (and currently owning the tiebreaker for a playoff spot)…

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  • Construction of 2020 Olympic stadium to start in October

    Demolition of Tokyo's old National Stadium will be completed by September and construction of the new main stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will start in October, the venue's management group said Thursday. Demolition was supposed to begin last July but was delayed by irregularities in the bid…

    The Associated Press
  • US aerials pipeline produces 2 world titles

    The crystal globes sit on countertops at their parents' houses in Connecticut. Kiley McKinnon took home the women's and Mac Bohonnon, the men's. The audaciously captured trophies were awarded to the elementary school classmates who became the 2014-15 world aerial skiing champions. The rewards…

    The Associated Press
  • Boston mayor strongly defends Olympic bid amid criticism

    Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is strongly defending the city's 2024 Olympic bid, saying that win or lose the pursuit of the games represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and would not leave taxpayers to shoulder a massive bill. The United States Olympic Committee selected Boston in January over…

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