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Bah Gawd! That’s meLVin’s music! As minor-league hockey promotions go, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms’ “Wrestling Night” celebration for Saturday’s game against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers should go down as one of this season’s most memorable, if not the most entertaining. The mascot for the Philadelphia Flyers‘ American Hockey League affiliate, meLVin, didn’t take too kindly
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Colorado Avalanche forward Gabriel Landeskog was suspended four games Monday for cross-checking the Calgary Flames‘ Matthew Tkachuk, the NHL’s department of player safety announced. Colorado’s Gabriel Landeskog suspended four games for cross-checking Calgary’s Matthew Tkachuk. https://t.co/krr34oXIiy — NHL Player Safety (@NHLPlayerSafety) November 27, 2017 Landeskog cross-checked Tkachuk in the head during the first period of
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The Los Angeles Kings have placed forward Brooks Laich on unconditional waivers with the intent of mutually terminating his contract. General manager Rob Blake confirmed the move Sunday. The Kings had assigned Laich to the American Hockey League’s Ontario Reign on Saturday after the 34-year-old cleared regular waivers. Laich’s future is uncertain. Agent Roland Thompson
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PHILADELPHIA — A man was convicted Wednesday of stabbing another man to death near a popular Philadelphia park because of a comment about the killer’s New Jersey Devils hat. Philly.com reported that 42-year-old Steven Simminger had been convicted of first-degree murder for the 2016 killing of 24-year-old Colin McGovern in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square. One of
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Where should the NHL expand to next? Emily Kaplan: One city makes the most sense: Seattle. Last week, at a sports business conference in Toronto, Gary Bettman said the NHL wouldn’t expand simply for the sake of being symmetrical. That’s fine, but it’s glaring that the NHL is at an uneven 31 teams, with an
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