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Old Reliables The Red Wings are again pinning their Stanley Cup hopes on a band of rejuvenated graybeard defensemen
Hard by the banks of the murky Detroit River, with a splendidview of Canada and with convenient access to nearby airports andcasinos, is a community of active ...
HOLYFIELD VS. TYSON...SHOULD SELES BE AN OLYMPIAN?... GUARDING THE STANLEY CUP...TOP LACROSSE COACH...OLYMPIC FILMS...WOMAN'S HOOP DREAM...FRANCO HARRIS SAVES A COMPANY
has never played a Fed Cup match, not for the former Yugoslavia and not for her adopted ... game of the Stanley Cup finals, he is the one who takes Stanley
The Case for ... The Stanley Cup Sleeper Rangers
Game-breakers are a vanishing luxury in today's NHL, with its systems and traps. Which is why the trade-deadline acquisition of dynamic ...
No Way They're Going to Hold Him Back
Schoolboy sensation Bobby Carpenter's next destination could well be the NHL
Since being won by the New York Rangers, the Cup has been on a dizzying—and damaging—social whirl
SHOW STOPPERS COLORADO, A DYNASTY IN THE MAKING, SWEPT FLORIDA TO WIN THE STANLEY CUP
Panthers goalie John Vanbiesbrouck and ended the third-longest game in Stanley Cup finals history, 1-0, and the fairy-tale hopes of Florida, four games to none.
That's Scotty! Now that Detroit's Scotty Bowman has taken hold of his eighth Stanley Cup, let us, in turn,embrace him for what he is: the best coach ever in a major pro sport
On the night he tied Toe Blake's coaching record by winning his eighth Stanley Cup, on the night the NHL record book was getting more attention than any tome ...
Saving Face Attention Stanley Cup contenders: Want to avoid getting knocked out of the playoffs early? Here's a seven-point plan that guarantees success in the postseason
The NHL playoffs have arrived, and not a moment too soon. After a regular season marred by ham-handed scorers, fighting goalies, skates in ...
Nasty Boys In one of the weirdest and most riveting Stanley Cup finals in years, the Stars and the Sabres jawed and clawed on and off the ice
Mike Modano stood by his locker last Saturday night--no emotionson his sleeve, no cast on his fractured left wrist--and answeredquestions ...
WITH BRILLIANT TRADES AND BLENDED TALENT, THE AVALANCHE CAPTURED THE STANLEY CUP, GIVING COLORADO ITS FIRST MAJOR PRO CHAMPIONSHIP
The story of the Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup victory starts 1,600 miles from Denver, in a different country, in a different language. June 17 ...