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Bruins Acquire Stevens

Kevin Stevens, a high-scoring left wing, was acquired by the Boston Bruins from the Pittsburgh Penguins as part of a four-player trade, radio station WEEI-AM reported. In exchange for Stevens …


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The St. Louis Blues continue to stockpile veterans, acquiring 36-year-old defenseman Jay Wells from the New York Rangers for defenseman Doug Lidster… . Gloria Chadwick, director of the …


Sports People

Vernon Maxwell has filed a grievance against the Houston Rockets for terminating his contract after they waived him. … Wayne Gretzky ended weeks of silence and put to rest wild …


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Brendan Shanahan, a star left wing with the St. Louis Blues who broke his ankle during the playoffs, was traded to the Hartford Whalers for top young defenseman Chris Pronger. …


Gretzky May Stay

Los Angeles Kings owner Joe Cohen said he expects Wayne Gretzky to be with the team for an eighth season and that a sale of the franchise could be finalized …


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Free agent Ray Ferraro, the New York Islanders’ leading scorer last season, joined the rival New York Rangers, signing a three-year, $4.8 million contract. … The Detroit Red Wings have …


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Ted Nolan, 36, was hired as the new coach of the Buffalo Sabres and immediately promised to bring a hard-working atmosphere. Terms were not disclosed. … Verne Lundquist, who has …


Page Receives Flames Job

Pierre Page, the former coach of the Minnesota North Stars and Quebec Nordiques, was hired as coach of the Calgary Flames of he NHL. He signed a multiyear contract and …


Sabres Deny Report

Representatives of the Buffalo Sabres said no decision has been made on a new coach despite a published report saying Hartford assistant coach Ted Nolan has been given the job. …


Devils Still On Thin Ice

Work on a deal to keep the NHL Devils in New Jersey is continuing, but no agreement has yet been signed. Sources told the Associated Press that the two sides …


Devils, Jersey Close To A Deal

The New Jersey Devils and their landlord worked more than 18 hours Monday and Tuesday to put the final touches on a new lease that will keep the Stanley Cup …


Devils Pay Clinton A Visit

President Clinton welcomed the New Jersey Devils to the White House on Monday after coincidentally spending the day in Nashville, Tenn. - the city trying to lure the Stanley Cup …


Devils Close To New Deal

The New Jersey Devils and the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, so recently swapping charges of bad faith and deceit, are within days of agreeing to a renegotiated lease …


Berard Goes First, But Draft Finishes Second To Trades

Topped by Bryan Berard, it was defense first in Saturday’s NHL draft. But the Vancouver Canucks stole the thunder of the hopeful amateur players by pulling off a big trade …


Berard Goes First; Canucks Deal For Mogilny

Topped by Bryan Berard, it was defense first at Saturday’s NHL draft. But the Vancouver Canucks stole the spotlight from the hopeful amateur players by pulling off a big trade …


New Era In Nhl: Mvp Lindros Heads List Of Elite

Eric Lindros took his place among hockey’s elite on Thursday when he was named most valuable player in the NHL. Lindros got 10 of 26 first-place votes in outpolling Pittsburgh …


Not Much European Talent In Nhl Draft

He’s two years away from being drafted but he’s already making scouts drool. Sergei Samsonov is being billed as the next Russian Rocket, along the lines of Pavel Bure of …


Bowman Wants More, Signs Three-Year Pact To Remain With Detroit

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Flyers Out $5.5 Million

Former Philadelphia Flyer Glen Seabrooke won a $5.5 million malpractice award against ex-team doctor John Gregg. Seabrooke was the Flyers’ first-round pick and 21st overall in the 1985 entry draft. …


Blackhawks Name Coach

Former NHL defenseman Craig Hartsburg will be introduced today as the next coach of the Chicago Blackhawks, a team source said. He succeeds Darryl Sutter, who resigned last week to …


Landlord Begins Effort To Stop Devils’ Move Goes To Court, Calls Club Ingrate Since It Won Stanley Cup

The New Jersey Devils got more than $33 million in concessions in negotiating their last two leases, their landlord said in court papers to stop the Stanley Cup champions from …


Champion Devils Don’t Give New Jersey New Lease On Nhl Life

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Devils Take Step To End Franchise Agreement, Make Move More Likely

Two days after winning the Stanley Cup, the New Jersey Devils took another legal step to break their lease Monday and clear the way for a possible move, perhaps to …


Viewers Love Nhl

Fox drew its highest NHL overnight rating of the year, a 4.7 and 10 share, for its telecast Saturday night of the final game of the Stanley Cup championship between …


Nhl Fans Ask: (Who) Devils? Flight Of Stanley Cup Champions New Topic For Discussion

Stanley Cup MVP Claude Lemieux proudly hoists the Conny Smythe Trophy. Photo by Associated Press


Islanders Next For Kamloops Coach?

Juniors coach Don Hay is on Long Island and a radio station in Western Canada is speculating he will be introduced as the coach of the Islanders within the next …


Team Played, Won Together

The team that played together celebrated together in the Stanley Cup Finals. Photo by Associated Press


Devils Stick A Fork In ‘Em Sweep Wings To Win Cup

Claude Lemieux gets to celebrate his first Stanley Cup since winning one with the Montreal Canadiens in 1986. Photo by Associated Press


Nhl Has Devil Of Time With New Jersey

Two years ago, when word leaked out that the Minnesota North Stars might leave the Land of Lakes for Dallas, the team with the sixth-best record in the league plummeted …


Devil Fans Worship Champions

Hundreds of Devils fans were confident Saturday that this was the moment. Their team could win its first Stanley Cup championship. And the Devils proved them right as they beat …