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September, 29, 2016

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Sports > Hockey
Team Europe believes beating US is just the beginning
Getting skated out of two rinks by a group of players age 23 and younger was the best thing to happen to Team Europe.
 
Team USA were outskated and outworked Saturday in a 3-0 upset loss to Team Europe in the opening game of the World Cup of Hockey.
 
McDavid's Team North America is fascination at World Cup
The fastest show on ice is the biggest attraction at the World Cup of Hockey.
 
World Cup boosts ice hockey's global brand
Trying to create Olympic-like excitement without the hassle of a mid-season shutdown, the National Hockey League unveils the third World Cup of Hockey on Saturday in Toronto with global aspirations.
 
Tavares scores twice as Canada beats US 5-2 in hockey exhibition
New York Islanders star John Tavares scored twice to lead Canada to a 5-2 victory over the United States on Saturday night in a World Cup of Hockey exhibition game.
 
Once Lightning captain Steven Stamkos took himself off the free-agent market, the Buffalo Sabres turned to Plan B: Kyle Okposo.
 
Arizona-born Matthews goes 1st in NHL draft; Finns follow
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- On the heels of the NHL expanding into Las Vegas, the Toronto Maple Leafs pinned their future on Arizona-born center Auston Matthews with the first pick in the NHL draft.
 
Gordie Howe, the gritty and mighty 'Mr. Hockey,' dies at 88
Gordie Howe worked all his remarkable life to earn the respect and awe that came with being "Mr. Hockey."
 
NHL: Ice hockey world mourns the passing of 'Mr Hockey'
Gordie Howe was remembered Friday by friends and rivals alike as one of the greatest players in ice hockey history, a Canadian legend whose name remains synonymous with the sport.
 
Sharks stave off elimination & top the Penguins 4-2
There's very little flash to Martin Jones. The San Jose Sharks goaltender speaks in a polite monotone, only too eager to deflect attention elsewhere. Call it a reflex action honed from years spent wearing a mask while intentionally standing in the way of a puck often fired at high speed.
 
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