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Chicago Sports News: 1/15/17

Chicago Bulls 108 – Memphis Grizzlies 104

Highlights:  Doug McDermott scored a career-high 31 points, including the final two free throws of the Chicago Bulls’ 108-104 victory over Memphis on Sunday night. 159 more words


NHL Scores: 1/15/17

Sunday Games:

  • Philadelphia Flyers 0 – Washington Capitals 5
  • Minnesota Wild 3 – Chicago Blackhawks 2   (See Chicago Sports News)
  • New Jersey Devils 2 – Vancouver Canucks 1
  • St. Louis Blues 2 – Anaheim Ducks 1

Malkin, Penguins rally to win overtime thriller over Washington

The Pittsburgh Penguins overcame a 3-0 deficit to win an overtime thriller, 8-7, against the Washington Capitals on Monday.

Washington opened the game with a three goal lead courtesy of scores by Andre Burakovsky, Nicklas Backstrom and Justin Williams. 138 more words

Dan Barnes: Ryan Smyth once again an Oiler, always an Oiler

Anyone who saw Ryan Smyth bleed at some point during his National Hockey League career was likely surprised by the colour.

Because it really should have been blue and orange. 788 more words

Edmonton Oilers

Flames centre Sam Bennett anxious to end latest scoring drought

It’s mid-January, Sam Bennett’s been snakebitten and the Florida Panthers are next on the dance-card at the Saddledome.

Sound familiar?

The Calgary Flames’ up-and-comer had just snapped out of an 18-game funk when the Cats came calling on Jan. 421 more words

Calgary Flames

Flames coach on legendary marksman Jaromir Jagr: 'He’s just a specimen'

Jaromir Jagr’s career stats are astounding.


Honestly, hard to wrap your head around.

And that’s been the case for several years already.

Calgary Flames head coach Glen Gulutzan provided a reminder of that after Monday’s practice at the Saddledome, sharing a terrific tale from his stint as Jagr’s boss in Dallas during a lockout-shortened campaign, a knee-slapper from March 29, 2013, that co-stars Eric Nystrom. 751 more words

Calgary Flames

Capitals, Penguins Combine For Nine Goals In Absolutely Insane Period

The Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins played the most entertaining NHL game in a while Monday night at PPG Paints Arena.

And we’re just talking about the second period. 158 more words

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