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Check, mates: NHL top lines are expected to do it all

By Stephen Whyno (AP Hockey Writer)

Tyler Seguin doesn’t consider it a challenge. He sees it as an opportunity.

Every time Dallas Stars coach Ken Hitchcock sends Seguin and his linemates over the boards against an opponent’s top line, he knows he has a job to do. 862 more words

Sidney Crosby

zarley zalapski, 1968—2017

Bad news today from the NHL: former defenceman Zarley Zalapski has died at the age of 49. Born in Edmonton, he played 12 NHL seasons, mostly for the Calgary Flames, though he also skated for Pittsburgh, Hartford, Montreal, and Philadelphia. 208 more words


Blues Beat Former Coach Ken Hitchcock's Stars

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jake Allen made 29 saves, Brayden Schenn continued his red-hot play and the St. Louis Blues beat the Dallas Stars 3-0 on Thursday night. 276 more words


Dallas Stars head coach fed up with injury rigmarole

Now here’s a trend we could all get behind.

Dallas Stars head coach Ken Hitchcock told members of the media on Tuesday that he wants to “stop the dance” when it comes to revealing information about his injured players. 377 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Coach Clare Drake, one of the game's great builders, finally gets his due in the Hockey Hall of Fame

Today is one to celebrate for the legion of fans, followers and disciples of Clare Drake. At long last, the Edmonton-based coaching legend will be inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame. 1,491 more words

Cult Of Hockey

This is what Jets fans have been waiting for: 7-1-2 in last ten games!! By Geoff Brookes

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The birth of a contender

Ken Hitchcock is always a candid and interesting interview. But his comment about the Jets before their game yesterday was surprisingly high praise for the Winnipeg Jets – that they were playing great hockey, like a “pack of wolves”. 693 more words

Winnipeg Jets

Blues Win Home Opener, 4-2

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jake Allen and the Blues did everything they could to spoil former coach Ken Hitchcock’s return to St. Louis.

Allen made 38 saves and the Blues used three first-period goals to beat the Dallas Stars 4-2 in their home opener on Saturday night. 548 more words