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4:08 PM ET Emily KaplanESPN Veteran Anaheim Ducks center Ryan Kesler underwent right hip resurfacing surgery last week, the team announced on Monday. It is unlikely Kesler will play in the 2019-20 season. Ryan Kesler was part of the Ducks’ big three. Christian Petersen/Getty Images According to the team, the surgery is a “bone-preserving hip replacement
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1:40 PM ET Associated Press KOSICE, Slovakia — Dylan Larkin scored with 1:13 left in overtime and Cory Schneider stopped 24 shots, lifting the United States to a 3-2 win over Finland on Monday at the world hockey championship. Larkin ended the 3-on-3 overtime, carrying the puck inside the right circle and scoring on a
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7:39 PM ET Emily KaplanESPN BOSTON — After a 6-2 blowout to the Boston Bruins in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals, Carolina Hurricanes captain Justin Williams said his team needs to rediscover who they are — and that process might not be so palatable. “You spend all this time leading up, with everyone
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8:57 AM ET Associated Press KOSICE, Slovakia — The United States rebounded from an upset loss to Slovakia in the opening game at the ice hockey world championship by routing France 7-1 on Sunday. After losing 4-1 to the host, the U.S. was not ready for another upset. Alex DeBrincat scored twice and Frank Vatrano
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12:51 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN SAN JOSE — St. Louis Blues rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington has been credited with helping to save their season, having earned a Calder Trophy nomination in leading the team from last in the conference to Game 1 of the Western Conference finals. But he can’t save everything. Not when the
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6:33 PM ET Associated Press KOSICE, Slovakia — Matus Sukel scored early in the first period and Slovakia went on to beat the U.S. 4-1 on home ice Friday night, a stunning result on the opening day of the world hockey championship. Alex DeBrincat had a goal off assists from Patrick Kane and Jack Eichel
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5:17 PM ET Associated Press TORONTO — Family, friends and many of hockey’s most luminous names bid farewell to Red Kelly at the NHL great’s funeral Friday. The eight-time Stanley Cup champion played 20 seasons with the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs. He died at 91 on May 2, exactly 52 years after
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12:35 PM ET Toronto Maple Leafs center John Tavares suffered an oblique injury preparing for the world hockey championships with Team Canada in Slovakia. The Maple Leafs made the announcement, saying Tavares will return to Toronto for evaluation. His status for Team Canada is uncertain. Canada opens play in the world championships on Friday against
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5:06 PM ET ESPN News Services Toronto Maple Leafs center John Tavares will miss the world hockey championships for Team Canada after suffering an oblique injury during practice in Slovakia, it was announced Thursday. Hockey Canada said Thursday it contacted the Maple Leafs and it was agreed it was best for Tavares to return to
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3:05 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN SAN JOSE, Calif. — Gabriel Landeskog returned to the Colorado Avalanche bench and sat down just as teammate Colin Wilson put the puck behind San Jose Sharks goaltender Martin Jones. Game 7 on Wednesday night was tied, 2-all, in the second period. The Avalanche had new life. Or so Landeskog
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9:27 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN SAN JOSE — Sharks captain Joe Pavelski returned to the lineup for Game 7 of San Jose’s second-round series against the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday night, his first action since suffering a gruesome head injury on April 23 against the Vegas Golden Knights. Pavelski made a quick impact, scoring at
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2:26 PM ET Emily KaplanESPN The Pegula family, which owns the Buffalo Bills and Sabres, severed its relationship with the National Women’s Hockey League, a source confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday. The move was first reported by The Sports Business Journal. Pegula Sports and Entertainment bought the Buffalo Beauts last season, and they were the
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