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The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Please, Not Another Connolly
Ted Nolan said earlier Thursday that Cody Hodgson will not play against the Ottawa Senators because he "took a little bit of banging last game," and suffered a lower-body injury.
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Big House transforming to ice rink
On a frigid afternoon, an NHL-branded hauler arrived with little fanfare and parked at the main gate of one of college football's heralded stadiums, in preparation for one of hockey's marquee events.
Tampa Bay Online
Bolts notes: Suspension part of Panik's learning curve
At times he looks every bit the part of a high second-round pick. During other times, he's earned a spot in the press box as a healthy scratch.
Dan Church steps down as head coach of Canada's Olympic women's hockey team
Team Canada women's hockey coach Dan Church speaks to reporters during an off day at the IIHF Women's World Hockey Championships in Ottawa on Thursday April 4, 2013.
The Miami Herald
Top Shelf: Burke sends GM Feaster packing
Philadelphia, PA - When Brian Burke was announced as president of hockey operations for the Calgary Flames in September, it seemed obvious time was running out for general manager Jay Feaster.
Flames fire GM Feaster, assistant
Even a tried-and-true holiday classic like The Nutcracker ballet could start to feel like a ho-hum annual routine.
Hockey dreams change to lacrosse
Brendan Rouse gave up lacrosse in favour of hockey five years ago, but is now back playing lacrosse.
Staples winter previews: Boys ice hockey
It usually takes a significant amount a time for a first-year coach to get accustomed to his new surroundings, players and systems he wishes to implement.
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Two months till Sochi: Who and what to watch
It's down to the wire for the athletes - and the city - preparing for the Olympics.
Red Deer Advocate
Wild free Dumba to join juniors, injured Drouin hopes to skate at selection camp
Winnipeg Jets' Evander Kane attempts to slow down Minnesota Wild's Mathew Dumba in an NHL game on Oct. 10, in St. Paul, Minn.
Chiefs Rally Late; Defeat Everett 5-3
Major League Baseball plans to eliminate home plate collisions, possibly as soon as next season but no later than by 2015.
Bucky's 5th Quarter
Wisconsin hockey recruiting: Edmonton forward Cameron Hughes scheduled for visit
Needing to replace six departing seniors at forward, the Badgers are bringing in Edmonton's Cameron Hughes for a campus visit.
Canada renews women's hockey hostilities with United States in Calgary
Canada is riding a three-game winning streak against the U.S. in women's hockey, but it hasn't been all smooth sailing for the Canadian women this winter.
Cult of Hockey: Why Taylor Hall won't make Canada's Olympic team
Taylor Hall has a well-deserved reputation as an ice-tilter. The young Edmonton Oilers' superstar exploded into the top ten NHL scorers last season, and in the current campaign has started to find his way offensively after a sluggish start, exacerbated by a knee injury that sidelined him for a couple of weeks and slowed him down a while longer.
Fire on Ice motorcycle races coming to Pensacola hockey rink next month
PENSACOLA, Florida -- For anyone who's ever watched a motorcycle race and thought "Gee, this would be more fun on an indoor ice rink," the Fire on Ice World Championship Ice Racing might be just the ticket.
Stunt Cyclist's Bike Tricks Are Absurdly Impressive
The professional cyclist, along with two accomplices, pulls off more than five minutes of the most amazing bike tricks you'll ever see in the YouTube video, above.
Ilya Kovalchuk: Semyon Varlamov charges are over a green card
"I hope to God it all pans out well and maybe he can somehow reach an agreement with his princess and finally she'd be given a green card, which she really wants," said Kovalchuk, who's in his first season with KHL St. Petersburg after several years of stardom in the NHL.
WHL: Rockets beat Broncos to tie for best record
The Kelowna Rockets scored three unanswered goals in the third period to beat the Swift Current Broncos 4-2 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday.
Lincoln Daily News
'God of Vault' flips out after school drops his sport
Olympic champion Yang Hak-seon, who vaulted South Korea gymnastics into the limelight by winning gold at the 2012 London Games, has flipped out at plans by Hanyang University to disband its gymnastics team, fearing it could harm the sport's growth.
All-South Jersey Field Hockey Teams
<![CDATA[FIRST TEAM FORWARDS * Austyn Cuneo, Eastern, Jr.: Scored a national-record 96 goals this season. ... Has scored 233 career goals, also a national mark. ... Three-time Courier-Post Player of the Year. ... Member of U-17 national team. ... North Carolina recruit. ... Has led Eastern to three state titles in her three seasons. ... Named 2013 Offensive Player of the Year by the Field Hockey Club of South Jersey. * Emily DeMarco, St. Joseph, Sr.: Ended career with 124 goals. ... Led the Wildcats to a Non-Public South title and an appearance in the Non-Public final. ... Scored 41 goals and dished 14 assists this season. ... Will play at American University. ... Older sister Megan was a former St. Joseph standout. * Jade Dixon, Eastern, Sr.: Rutgers recruit. ... Scored her 100th career goal this season (ended with 112). ... Had 29 goals and 10 assists for Eastern in helping lead the Vikings to the program's 15th straight state crown. * Krista LaMaina, Collingswood, Sr.: Led the Panthers to an appearance in the Group 1 state final. ... Scored 31 goals and dished 12 assists. ... Broke the program's career goal scoring mark this season and ended with 103 total. ... Will play field hockey and lacrosse at Kean. * Jackalyn Pauling, Clearview, Sr.: St. Joseph's recruit. ... Third in the state with 56 goals this season. ... Also dished seven assists. ... Led Pioneers to a Tri-County Conference Royal Division title. ... Set program's career goal scoring mark earlier in the season. ... Finished with 102 career goals. * Tara Vittese, Camden Catholic, Sr.: Scored 48 goals and dished 14 assists for the Irish. ... Completed her career No. 6 on the national career goal scoring list with 166 goals. ... Gifted, fluid player. ... Will play at Virginia, where her sisters Carissa and Michelle played. ... Member of U-21 national team. BACKS * Sarah Furey, Bishop Eustace, Sr.: Will play at Duke next season. ... Helped lead Bishop Eustace to Olympic Conference National Division title. ... Scored 24 goals and dished 32 assists. ... Big-game performer. ... Team leader. ... Member of U-19 national team. * Sophia Miller, Shawnee, Sr.: Headed to Northwestern. ... Scored 23 goals for the Renegades this season. ... Team leader. ... Strong defensive player. ... Played big in big games. ... Also a member of U-19 national team. * Mackenzie Mlkvy, Eastern, Sr.: Great defender. ... Had 29 assists and scored 14 goals for the Vikings. ... Will play at Kent State next season. ... Part of a senior class that won four state titles. * Madison Morano, Eastern, So.: Futures Elite performer. ... Had 20 assists and 19 goals for the Vikings. ... Named the 2013 Midfielder of the Year by the Field Hockey Club of South Jersey. ... U-17 national team member. ... Terrific athlete who is also a softball standout. * Alyssa Olenick, Camden Catholic, Sr.: Terrific defender. ... Also a capable scorer. ... Had 15 goals and 11 assists for the Irish. ... Tough, aggressive player. ... Quick to the ball. ... Consistent force for the Irish. * Karlee Spirit, Eastern, Sr.: Team leader and one of the team's most valuable players. ... Wake Forest recruit. ... Scored 23 goals and dished 18 assists. ... U-17 national team member. ... Won four state titles in her four seasons at Eastern. ... Named the 2013 Defender of the Year by the Field Hockey Club of South Jersey. GOALKEEPER * Carly DeMarco, Gloucester, Sr.: Turned away 155 shots. ... More than 300 career saves. ... 0.7 goals-against average per game this season. ... 91 percent save percentage. ... Led Gloucester to an appearance in the C.J. Group 1 semifinals. ... Had 12 shutouts. ... Named 2013 Goalkeeper of the Year by the Field Hockey Club of South Jersey. ... Quick, strong player. SECOND TEAM FORWARDS Lauren Crudele Bishop Eustace Sr. Jess Dadino Moorestown Sr. Leah Davies Ocean City Sr. Jane Donio-Enscoe Hammonton Jr. Julie Johnson Audubon Sr. Kasey Morano Eastern Sr. BACKS Eileen Dzwill Bishop Eustace Sr. Lexa Massa Moorestown Sr. Shea McGee Washington Twp. Sr. Lauren McNally Ocean City Jr. April Stein Ocean City Sr. Rachal Toppi Glassboro Sr. GOALKEEPER Sam Rubin Cherokee Sr.