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April 29, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
The Kings won all three of their games this season to extend their winning streak against the Blues to eight, including a sweep of their second-round playoff series last spring. The Kings recorded a 4-1 victory on Feb. 11 at St. Louis, a 6-4 victory at Staples Center on March 5, and a 4-2 decision on March 28 at St. Louis. The Feb. 11 triumph started an 11-3 surge for the Kings and turned things around for them after a dismal 3-5-2 start. Jeff Carter led both teams with three goals in the three games.
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February 21, 2014 | By Helene Elliott
SOCHI, Russia - Canada will have the opportunity to defend the gold medal it won four years ago at Vancouver, a chance it earned Friday with a thoroughly sound defensive effort that stifled a fast and prolific U.S. team in the Sochi Olympic hockey semifinals. A second-period goal by Jamie Benn, who wasn't invited to Canada's Olympic orientation camp last summer but played his way onto the team, held up as the difference in a 1-0 victory by Canada at the Bolshoy Ice Dome. Benn redirected a pass from defenseman Jay Bouwmeester past a helpless Jonathan Quick and Benn's teammates protected the lead with discipline and energy.
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February 21, 2014 | By Helene Elliott
SOCHI, Russia - Canada will have the opportunity to defend the gold medal it won four years ago at Vancouver, a chance it earned Friday with a thoroughly sound defensive effort that stifled a fast and prolific U.S. team in the Sochi Olympic hockey semifinals. A second-period goal by Jamie Benn, who wasn't invited to Canada's Olympic orientation camp last summer but played his way onto the team, held up as the difference in a 1-0 victory by Canada at the Bolshoy Ice Dome. Benn redirected a pass from defenseman Jay Bouwmeester past a helpless Jonathan Quick and Benn's teammates protected the lead with discipline and energy.
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April 30, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
ST. LOUIS -- This being playoff time, NHL coaches are even more secretive than usual about changes they've made in their line combinations or defense pairs. So even though Kings defenseman Matt Greene missed the season finale because of an undisclosed injury, even though he was paired in Tuesday's morning skate with extra defenseman Alec Martinez and stayed on the ice with Martinez, Colin Fraser and Tyler Toffoli long after the rest of the team had left, Coach Darryl Sutter still wouldn't confirm Greene's status for Game 1 of the team's playoff series against the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night at Scottrade Center.
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April 30, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
ST. LOUIS -- This being playoff time, NHL coaches are even more secretive than usual about changes they've made in their line combinations or defense pairs. So even though Kings defenseman Matt Greene missed the season finale because of an undisclosed injury, even though he was paired in Tuesday's morning skate with extra defenseman Alec Martinez and stayed on the ice with Martinez, Colin Fraser and Tyler Toffoli long after the rest of the team had left, Coach Darryl Sutter still wouldn't confirm Greene's status for Game 1 of the team's playoff series against the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night at Scottrade Center.
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March 31, 2013 | By Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times
The Pittsburgh Penguins took most of the fun out of speculation leading up to Wednesday's noon Pacific trade deadline when they pulled off major deals last week for veteran wingers Brenden Morrow and Jarome Iginla and defenseman Douglas Murray. Their acquisition of Iginla was bizarre. Several major media outlets, led by Canada's TSN, reported he had been sent to Boston and it was a done deal. Except it wasn't. Iginla, who waived his no-move clause, decided he preferred Pittsburgh and went there for two prospects and a first-round draft pick.
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April 29, 2013 | By Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times
ST. LOUIS - Can a playoff matchup be familiar but strikingly different at the same time? The Kings will start their defense of the Stanley Cup on Tuesday against the Blues, the team they swept out of the second round of the playoffs last spring. Like last season, the Blues have the better seeding and home-ice advantage at the Scottrade Center. The core of both teams is essentially the same too. The differences, though, are significant. This time, the Kings will begin with a championship to their credit and the knowledge of what it takes to win probably the most grueling postseason tournament in professional sports.
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April 29, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
Pluses Tampa Bay's Martin St. Louis, who will be 38 in June, became the oldest player to win the NHL scoring title. He took over the lead Wednesday from Sidney Crosby, who had held it since suffering a broken jaw on March 30. St. Louis finished with 17 goals and 60 points in 48 games, three points ahead of teammate Steven Stamkos (29 goals, 57 points). St. Louis previously won the scoring title in 2003-04. Undrafted, cut by two NHL teams, written off as too small, he's a great lesson in perseverance.
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December 17, 2007 | From the Associated Press
* Calgary 5, at St. Louis 3: Former Duck Andy McDonald had a goal and an assist in his debut for the Blues, but St. Louis lost its fourth in a row. Jarome Iginla and Daymond Langkow had two goals apiece for the Flames. * at New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 2: John Madden scored two goals and Martin Brodeur made 29 saves, including a game-turning penalty shot stop, to lift the Devils to their 10th straight victory over the Flyers in New Jersey. * Phoenix 5, at N.Y.
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October 14, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Ray Whitney scored on a tip-in with half a second left in the third period Friday night at Atlanta, lifting the Carolina Hurricanes past the Atlanta Thrashers, 4-3, the defending Stanley Cup champions' first win of the season. Cam Ward stopped 31 shots for the Hurricanes, who were off to an 0-3-1 start. An overtime period seemed inevitable until Whitney's first goal of the season. He tipped in a shot by Eric Staal.
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April 29, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
The Kings won all three of their games this season to extend their winning streak against the Blues to eight, including a sweep of their second-round playoff series last spring. The Kings recorded a 4-1 victory on Feb. 11 at St. Louis, a 6-4 victory at Staples Center on March 5, and a 4-2 decision on March 28 at St. Louis. The Feb. 11 triumph started an 11-3 surge for the Kings and turned things around for them after a dismal 3-5-2 start. Jeff Carter led both teams with three goals in the three games.
SPORTS
April 29, 2013 | By Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times
ST. LOUIS - Can a playoff matchup be familiar but strikingly different at the same time? The Kings will start their defense of the Stanley Cup on Tuesday against the Blues, the team they swept out of the second round of the playoffs last spring. Like last season, the Blues have the better seeding and home-ice advantage at the Scottrade Center. The core of both teams is essentially the same too. The differences, though, are significant. This time, the Kings will begin with a championship to their credit and the knowledge of what it takes to win probably the most grueling postseason tournament in professional sports.
SPORTS
April 29, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
Pluses Tampa Bay's Martin St. Louis, who will be 38 in June, became the oldest player to win the NHL scoring title. He took over the lead Wednesday from Sidney Crosby, who had held it since suffering a broken jaw on March 30. St. Louis finished with 17 goals and 60 points in 48 games, three points ahead of teammate Steven Stamkos (29 goals, 57 points). St. Louis previously won the scoring title in 2003-04. Undrafted, cut by two NHL teams, written off as too small, he's a great lesson in perseverance.
SPORTS
March 31, 2013 | By Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times
The Pittsburgh Penguins took most of the fun out of speculation leading up to Wednesday's noon Pacific trade deadline when they pulled off major deals last week for veteran wingers Brenden Morrow and Jarome Iginla and defenseman Douglas Murray. Their acquisition of Iginla was bizarre. Several major media outlets, led by Canada's TSN, reported he had been sent to Boston and it was a done deal. Except it wasn't. Iginla, who waived his no-move clause, decided he preferred Pittsburgh and went there for two prospects and a first-round draft pick.
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October 23, 2003 | From Associated Press
Mario Lemieux got an assist to pull within three points of becoming the sixth 1,700-point scorer in NHL history, but Ron Francis scored for his 1,759th career point to help Carolina tie host Pittsburgh, 1-1, Wednesday night. Detroit 4, Columbus 1 -- Brett Hull moved into a fourth-place tie on the NHL career goals list with his 717th to help lift the host Red Wings. Florida 2, New Jersey 1 -- Jay Bouwmeester and Olli Jokinen scored 42 seconds apart late in the third period at East Rutherford, N.
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February 14, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Even as the San Jose Sharks built a four-goal lead, Coach Ron Wilson never felt comfortable. "It was almost too easy," Wilson said after the Sharks held on Tuesday night for a 6-5 victory over the Blues at St. Louis. "I kept saying to the team, 'You got to put these guys away. They won't go away.' " The Blues did rally, scoring twice in the third period to cut the Sharks' lead to one. But San Jose, powered by a goal and three assists from Joe Thornton and Jonathan Cheechoo, held on.
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