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Dec 29, 2014

Looking Out for No. 1

BU center Jack Eichel has the speed, skills and temperament to become a top draft pick and change an NHL franchise for years to come. But first the 18-year-old would like to finish his freshman year of college

Feb 20, 2012


The seven gold medals for the U.S. at last week's World Archery Indoor Championships in Las Vegas bode well for London, where world No. 1 Brady Ellison, 23, aims to end a 16-year U.S. gold medal drought in the sport. These are some other U.S. losing streaks that could end this summer.

Jun 25, 2012


There's no shortage of story lines as three sports—swimming, track and field, and gymnastics—start their Olympic trials

Jul 28, 2008


America's new set of Olympians, nearly 600 strong, hails from 47 of the 50 states and includes identical twins, soldiers, teenagers, a cancer patient, a 58-year-old CEO and the daughter of a Super Bowl champion

Aug 10, 2009

End of an Error

A wave of records fell at the worlds in Rome, but changes are coming that are going to slow things down

Oct 04, 2010



Mar 07, 2011

Wither the Champs

The salary cap decimated the Blackhawks' Cup-winning roster. The toll those moves took is now apparent

Oct 10, 2011


May 12, 2008

Teflon Danny

The Flyers stormed into the Eastern Conference finals behind elusive center Daniel Brière, whose game-winning goals silenced a taunting Montreal crowd

Feb 18, 2013

Skating Through Hoops

Unlike his father, an NBA role player, Seth Jones has all the talent in the world

Feb 16, 2009

Ice Maiden

The U.S. gets its first women's gold at the luge worlds

Sep 08, 2014

A Flying Start

America's latest teen star, Simone Biles, has vaulted over past challenges to land gracefully on the international scene

Oct 06, 2014

Seeing Red

Why Chicago will beat Boston for the Stanley Cup

Jan 23, 2012


The remade Panthers are still getting to know each other, but that hasn't slowed their rise into the ranks of playoff contenders