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  1. Tarasenko, Blues stay red-hot with win over Coyotes

    03.30 / 06:18 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Vladimir Tarasenko and Patrik Berglund scored, Berglund added an assist and the St. Louis Blues beat the Arizona Coyotes 3-1 on Wednesday night. The Blues have won 11 of 13 games and have points in 12 of those. St. Louis' Carter Hutton stopped 22 shots. He…
  2. NHL Capsules

    03.30 / 06:18 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    PITTSBURGH (AP) - Artemi Panarin and Richard Panik started a four-goal first period for Chicago, and the Blackhawks moved closer to locking up the Central Division title with a 5-1 victory over the short-handed Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night. Marcus Kruger and Marian Hossa also scored during an explosive first…
  3. Capitals hold on to beat Avalanche for 6th straight win

    03.30 / 06:18 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    DENVER (AP) - The Washington Capitals weren't at their best Wednesday night. They still had plenty to beat the worst team in the NHL. Marcus Johansson and Evgeny Kuznetsov each had a goal and an assist, Jay Beagle and John Carlson also scored and Washington kept rolling with a 5-3…
  4. Iginla fights and scores, Kings beat Flames in chippy game

    03.30 / 06:18 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    CALGARY, Alberta (AP) - Jarome Iginla wheeled around center ice, fist bumped Flames mascot Harvey the Hound and grinned through what may be his final ovation as a player at the Saddledome. If this season is it for Iginla, the longtime Calgary star said a fitting goodbye in a bruising…
  5. Blackhawks overwhelm short-handed Penguins 5-1

    03.30 / 04:09 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    PITTSBURGH (AP) - Artemi Panarin and Richard Panik started a four-goal first period for Chicago, and the Blackhawks moved closer to locking up the Central Division title with a 5-1 victory over the short-handed Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night. Marcus Kruger and Marian Hossa also scored during an explosive first…
  6. NHL staging preseason games in China between Kings, Canucks

    03.30 / 04:09 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    BEIJING (AP) - The NHL will play its first games in China this fall when the Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks meet in Beijing and Shanghai. The preseason games will take place Sept. 21 in Shanghai and Sept. 23 in Beijing. Commissioner Gary Bettman announced the launch of the…
  7. Red Wings' run ends at 25 years with salary cap, injuries

    03.30 / 03:05 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    DETROIT (AP) - Ken Holland swiveled away from a visitor in his office at Joe Louis Arena, picked up a thick book and plopped it onto his desk. "This collective bargaining agreement was put in place for parity and competitive balance," the Detroit Red Wings general manager said. "The CBA…
  8. Stanley Cup playoff pressure awaits young defensemen

    03.30 / 00:59 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    When Seth Jones entered the NHL, coach Barry Trotz saw a player not intimidated by pressure or expectations. The son of former NBA power forward Popeye Jones, already a No. 1 defenseman in his fourth season, is now about to face the biggest challenge of his career. In a couple…
  9. US women's hockey agreement could have far-reaching impact

    03.30 / 00:59 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    Cammi Granato's biggest victory in hockey came 12 years after she retired. When USA Hockey and the women's national team agreed to a contract Tuesday night that ended a wage dispute, Granato couldn't put her happiness into words. The Hockey Hall of Famer and her teammates staged a similar fight…
  10. NHL will release teams' Vegas expansion draft lists

    03.29 / 23:49 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    NEW YORK (AP) - After further consideration, the NHL will release teams' protected and available lists to the public before the Vegas Golden Knights' expansion draft in June. The league announced the decision on Twitter on Wednesday despite NHL general managers expressing a desire to keep the lists private. Deputy…
  11. Sharks, Wild stumble toward NHL playoffs

    03.29 / 22:33 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Just a few weeks ago, the San Jose Sharks had visions of tracking down the Chicago Blackhawks for the best record in the Western Conference and home-ice advantage for the first three rounds of the playoffs. The team's longest losing streak in six years ended…
  12. North Dakota cuts women's hockey, men's and women's swimming

    03.29 / 22:33 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - The University of North Dakota is eliminating three sports to help meet budget cuts ordered by school President Mark Kennedy. UND athletic director Brian Faison (FAY'-zahn) announced Wednesday that his department is cutting women's hockey and men's and women's swimming and diving. Faison called it…
  13. Wild's Parise could return next week after scary collision

    03.29 / 22:33 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise will likely miss the next three games, with bruising and swelling around his eye from a high stick to the face that led to blows to the head as he fell. Parise was struck Tuesday by Washington's Tom Wilson before…
  14. USA Hockey, women reach agreement; seek growth for sport

    03.29 / 07:02 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    While the impending start of the world championships created urgency for USA Hockey and the women's national team to hammer out a deal, the agreement had everything to do with tournaments over the next four years and beyond. The sides finalized an agreement Tuesday night that avoided what would've been…
  15. Playoff fire awaits Werenski, Jones, more young defensemen

    03.29 / 07:02 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    When Seth Jones entered the NHL, coach Barry Trotz saw a player not intimidated by pressure or expectations. The son of former NBA power forward Popeye Jones is already a No. 1 defenseman in his fourth season and now about to face the biggest challenge of his career. In a…
  16. Playoff-bound Sharks snap skid with 5-4 win over Rangers

    03.29 / 07:02 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - After six straight losses, the San Jose Sharks were looking for any kind of win. A well-played game that featured a late comeback and dramatic winner only made them feel even better. Brent Burns scored a power-play goal 3:10 into overtime and the Sharks snapped…
  17. Perry, Eaves score early as Ducks down Canucks 4-1

    03.29 / 07:02 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - Corey Perry and Patrick Eaves scored 74 seconds apart early in the first period, and the Anaheim Ducks cruised past the Vancouver Canucks 4-1 on Tuesday night to extend their season-high winning streak to five games. Nick Ritchie, with a goal and an assist, and…
  18. Talbot helps Oilers beat Kings 2-1 to clinch playoff spot

    03.29 / 05:49 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) - Cam Talbot made 34 saves as the Edmonton Oilers officially earned a playoff spot for the first time in 11 years with a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night. Connor McDavid and Eric Gryba scored for the Oilers, who have won seven…
  19. North Korean ice hockey team permitted to compete in South

    03.29 / 04:36 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - South Korea says it has approved the North Korean women's ice hockey team to compete in an international event in South Korea next month. Seoul's Unification Ministry on Wednesday said the North Korean team would be permitted to stay from April 1-9 to participate in…
  20. NHL Capsules

    03.29 / 04:36 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - T.J. Oshie scored his second goal of the game 1:42 into overtime to bookend Alex Ovechkin's hat trick, Braden Holtby earned his 40th win and the NHL-leading Washington Capitals beat the Minnesota Wild 5-4 on Tuesday night for their fifth straight victory. After Eric Staal's…