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Olympic hockey forges on even without NHL stars

GANGNUENG, South Korea — It was a miracle — on thin ice. A hockey game broke out the other night at the lukewarm Pyeongchang Games where for the first time in two decades the NHL stayed home. The day special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russian nationals for allegedly interfering with the 2016

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Gordo All eyes on Ottawa as NHL trade deadline nears

With the NHL trade deadline a week away, the marketplace has gained some clarity. Ottawa Senators GM Pierre Dorion is serious about retooling. He is offering up players under contract past this season, so that has the attention of the Blues, Columbus Blue Jackets and Winnipeg Jets among other teams looking

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Penguins pound Blue Jackets move into 1st place

Riley Sheahan scored two goals, and Jake Guentzel added one goal and two assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins moved into first place in the Metropolitan Division with a 5-2 victory over the host Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday night. The Penguins, who now have 74 points, moved past the idle Washington

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