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Penguins stars show Capitals who's boss

The Pittsburgh Penguins spent the first three months of the regular season looking tired, lethargic, blah. Then the calendar flipped to January and the urgency the Penguins lacked for long stretches as they slogged through their opening 40 games returned. So did the goals. Now they’re coming bunches and so are the wins. And suddenly a legitimate shot at a ...

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Olympic journey begins for Canadian men's hockey team — in Latvia

By Tim Wharnsby, CBC Sports RIGA, LATVIA — From the youngest player, 25-year-old Christian Thomas, to the oldest, a pair of 37-somethings in Chris Lee and Chris Kelly, the dream has begun in earnest for the journeymen of the Canadian men’s Olympic hockey team. Most of the 25-player roster gathered here on Monday and has been put through paces by ...

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Goaltender interference rule remains a mystery to NHL players

If fans are confused about what constitutes goaltender interference in the NHL, well so are the players. At least that was the feeling players expressed Friday as the Anaheim Ducks and Montreal both practised at the Canadiens’ training centre. The night before, controversial goals were allowed against the Jets in Winnipeg and the St. Louis Blues in Boston where goalies ...

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Oilers' Larsson out indefinitely following his father's death

Adam Larsson will take as long as he needs before returning to the Edmonton Oilers. The defenseman will be out indefinitely after the death of his father, Robert, according to <a target="_blank" href="… NHL | theScore

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