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Hurricanes face tough headwinds against Penguins

The Carolina Hurricanes are never one and done.Lose the first game of a playoff series? No big deal to the Hurricanes, who usually play their best when challenged.
Spitfires stay alive at Memorial Cup with 2-1 win over Rockets

Spitfires stay alive at Memorial Cup with 2-1 win over Rockets

Windsor 2 Kelowna 1RIMOUSKI, Que. — The Windsor Spitfires have clawed their way back into the MasterCard Memorial Cup.
Wings rise to 2-0 lead

Wings rise to 2-0 lead

DETROIT — The Red Wings have put the Chicago Blackhawks on notice. The defending Stanley Cup champions are two wins away from getting back to the finals, and they aren’t even playing their best hockey.
Bankruptcy hearing for Coyotes gets underway, judge says no decision Tuesday

Bankruptcy hearing for Coyotes gets underway, judge says no decision Tuesday

A bankruptcy hearing that could determine the fate of the Phoenix Coyotes is underway.
Griffiths rolls to third place

Griffiths rolls to third place

It’s been an interesting month of May for Red Deer’s Zak Griffiths.After spending most of the winter in the United States, the 16-year-old returned home and has been on a roll on the junior golf scene.
What is in store in golf’s future?

What is in store in golf’s future?

Look outside and you shall see, the smiling faces of frosty (the snowman) and me.
Sports briefs - May 19

Sports briefs - May 19

The Central Lightning was the premier squad in the Team Alberta Challenge female hockey competition that ended Sunday.
Lacrosse: Cranksters capture bronze at tournament

Lacrosse: Cranksters capture bronze at tournament

Cory Owens fired all three goals as the Red Deer Carswell Collectibles Cranksters downed the Red Deer Red Flame Warriors 3-1 Monday to win the bronze medal in the peewee division of the Tradition Lives lacrosse tournament.
Bryant’s Lakers, Anthony’s Nuggets ready for showtime

Bryant’s Lakers, Anthony’s Nuggets ready for showtime

The Los Angeles Lakers stepped off one thrill ride and, after little time to catch their breath, have to jump on another.
Benn scores four goals as Kelowna books place Memorial Cup final with 6-4 win

Benn scores four goals as Kelowna books place Memorial Cup final with 6-4 win

RIMOUSKI, Que. — Jamie Benn scored four times, including the game-tying and game-winning goals in the third period as the Kelowna Rockets booked their ticket to the final of the MasterCard Memorial Cup with a 6-4 victory over the Drummondville Voltigeurs on Monday night.