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Russian center Pavel Datsyuk said Tuesday he has signed a three-year contract extension to keep him with the NHL's Detroit Red Wings until 2017.
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An East St. Louis native will be heading to Stamford, Conn., in February as part of an internship with NBC for the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Russia.
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Some of what's happening today in sports headlines: NHL: The Boston Bruins lead the Chicago Blackhawks 2-1 in their best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final series.
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Becoming a licensee for a retail brand, a university or for a major event isn't just an opportunity for suppliers, but it presents a real chance for distributors to add to their sales as well.
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Evgeny Malkin renewed an eight-year contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins. We recall the highlights of one of the world's best hockey players, from the junior Championship in Belarus to the NHL.
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The combined photo taken on June 18, 2013 shows the displayed pictures during a photo exhibition showing the works of Sidney D. Gamble in Beijing, capital of China.
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Former Team Canada captain France St-Louis will be an assistant chef de mission at Sochi.
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Granlund and Brodin are among the young players the Wild recently drafted and expect to produce right away.
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Former Olympic ice dance champions Marina Anissina and Gwendal Peizerat are to reunite for a surprise comeback, hoping to qualify for next year's winter Olympics in Sochi, Anissina has told R-Sport.
You don't have to be from a big city with fancy sports facilities to become an Olympian.
If Lolo Jones returns to Lake Placid, N.Y., later this year in hopes of making the Olympic bobsled team, she can expect a frosty reception.
Security issues at large-scale sporting and public events, including the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, will become an area of interaction between Russia and the United States, the leaders of the two states said in a joint statement on Tuesday.
With the Stanley Cup Finals under way and the 2014 Winter Olympics looming in February, Canada-a nation where hockey is less a sport than a cultural obsession-is getting increasingly anxious to meet one of its most troubling challenges: Finding a way to replenish the country's once-abundant supply of elite goaltenders.
"I can be normal by myself; no one notices me. But whenever he's around, we're living in a fishbowl," Vonn tells the NYT.
Josef Stalin famously uttered the demonically cynical maxim that "the death of one man is a tragedy, the death of millions is a statistic."
Pushing a bobsled down a perfectly good hill is not as lucrative as you initially imagined.
During the fifth inning of ESPN's Sunday night telecast of the tilt between the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants and the Atlanta Braves, during which Atlanta had many chances to score but only led 2-0, color commentator Orel Hershiser noted, "This game has a very Bruins-Blackhawks first-period feel to it."
The Fisht Olympic Stadium and other Olympic venues under construction for the 2014 Winter Olympic games in Sochi on March 7, 2013.