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Boyle scores emotional goal, Devils beat Canucks 3-2

Boyle scores emotional goal, Devils beat Canucks 3-2

NEWARK, N.J. — Brian Boyle has had some misty moments on ice this season for the New Jersey Devils. The first was on Nov. 9 when he cried after scoring the first goal in his comeback from chronic myelogenous leukemia.
Lehner stops 29 shots in Sabres 3-1 win over Oilers

Lehner stops 29 shots in Sabres 3-1 win over Oilers

BUFFALO, N.Y. — After spending much of the past two weeks talking about playing a complete game, Jack Eichel and the Buffalo Sabres finally came out and proved they could put their words into action.
Van Riemsdyk and Leafs beat his brother and Hurricanes 5-4

Van Riemsdyk and Leafs beat his brother and Hurricanes 5-4

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Toronto Maple Leafs started slowly, and the Carolina Hurricanes finished fast. Still, Toronto did enough in the middle of the game to pick up a 5-4 road win over the Hurricanes on Friday night.
Atkinson scores twice as Columbus tops Ottawa 5-2

Atkinson scores twice as Columbus tops Ottawa 5-2

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The last time Cam Atkinson set off the Columbus goal horn, Halloween was just around the corner. The day after Thanksgiving, he made up for lost time.
Streaking Jets roll past Ducks 4-1 on Ehlers' 2 goals

Streaking Jets roll past Ducks 4-1 on Ehlers' 2 goals

ANAHEIM, Calif. — The season didn't offer the most promising of starts after the Winnipeg Jets opened with consecutive losses. But things clicked in their next game, and the Jets haven't slowed since.
Duhamel-Radford win pairs short program at Skate America

Duhamel-Radford win pairs short program at Skate America

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Canada's Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford lead after the pairs short program at Skate America on Friday night, putting them in strong position to win a second Grand Prix event. Duhamel from Lively, Ont.
Theaux fastest in training, Canada's Guay fifth in Lake Louise World Cup

Theaux fastest in training, Canada's Guay fifth in Lake Louise World Cup

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — Erik Guay expects what was a rough ride for skiers in Friday's training run to be smoother for the season-opening World Cup downhill. The 36-year-old from Mont-Tremblant, Que.

Calgary practises indoors, Dickenson wary of prying eyes overlooking stadium

OTTAWA — Dave Dickenson wasn't going to risk prying eyes ahead of the season's biggest game. Two days before they take on the Toronto Argonauts in the Grey Cup, the Calgary Stampeders chose to practise indoors at the University of Ottawa on Friday.
Canadiens' on-ice woes translating into empty seats and cheaper tickets

Canadiens' on-ice woes translating into empty seats and cheaper tickets

MONTREAL — Although the Montreal Canadiens haven't won the Stanley Cup since 1993, the team has always been able to count on its fans showing up for every game. On paper at least, the team enjoys a sellout streak at home that has lasted since Jan.
Pastrnak goal in 3rd lifts Bruins to 4-3 win over Penguins

Pastrnak goal in 3rd lifts Bruins to 4-3 win over Penguins

BOSTON — After letting a pair of two-goal leads slip away in the second period, the Boston Bruins got the break they needed early in the third and put an end to the rallies.