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Story Sochi, Russia, does not have nearly as many hotels as Vancouver, and the city's largest hockey arena has 12,000 seats compared to the 18,890 in Vancouver's Rogers Arena, Fasel said, making it difficult to accommodate the number of guests the
Two days of talks between the NHL and Olympic officials wrapped up Friday with signs of progress toward a resolution on the issue of having the league send its players to the 2014 Sochi Games. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and International Ice
Story The Karlsson injury was the talk of the league Thursday after his left Achilles tendon was cut by a skate blade during a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night. Senators general manager Bryan Murray said 70 per cent of Karlsson'
A decision on whether NHL players will head to the 2014 Sochi Olympics isn't likely this week. Discussions were set for Thursday and Friday between the NHL, the NHL players' association, and officials from the International Ice Hockey Federation and
Jack Dempsey/Associated Press file photo Colorado Avalanche left wing Patrick Bordeleau dropped the gloves with Columbus Blue Jackets right wing Jared Boll on Jan. 24 in Denver, not a rare occurrence in the NHL this year, nor for Boll the first NHL
Fusion Ionz™ retains former NHL player Georges Laraque as spokesperson for health-conscious bracelets that emit negative ions. January 22, 2013 Former NHL player Georges Laraque is now a
He had no key to the lockout, but nevertheless was very active playing elite-level hockey in North America. The Minnesota native skated four or five times per week at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis, home of the University of Minnesota women's team.
NHL players will begin the process of ratifying the new labor agreement on Thursday night and will have until early Saturday morning to vote. The players' association says that electronic voting will begin Thursday at 8 p.m...If a majority of the
Story Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant drives to the basket past Toronto Raptors' Ed Davis. Reuters Hopefully most of those guys were working out, and they kept their bodies and their training up to par, Raptors forward Ed Davis said Tuesday...It'
Michigan Todd Bertuzzi hunched over, trying to catch his breath, before slowly standing up on his skates to spit and take a swig of water. The Detroit Red Wings forward then leaned his head against a padded post during a short break toward the end of