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Aussie domination continues

Australia ensured their 100 percent men’s hockey record at the Commonwealth Games continued as they thrashed India 4-0 to claim a fifth successive gold medal in Glasgow on Sunday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2014/8/3 22:58:02

Jolly hockey sticks

Blair Tarrant (right) of New Zealand gets the ball away from Simon Mantell of England during their men’s preliminary hockey match at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre during day six of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on Tuesday in Glasgow, Scotland. New Zealand won 2-1.
Soure:AFP: 2014/7/30 9:38:23

Rangers keep SC hopes alive

New York goaltender Henrik Lundqvist stopped 40 shots Wednesday (US time) to help the Rangers­ stay alive in the Stanley Cup finals with a 2-1 triumph over the Los Angeles Kings.
Soure:AFP: 2014/6/12 22:32:53

Kings reach brink of Stanley Cup victory

Jonathan Quick made 32 saves and the Los Angeles Kings reached the brink of a Stanley Cup final sweep on Monday (US time) with a 3-0 victory over the New York Rangers.
Soure:AFP - Global Times: 2014/6/11 8:56:05

LA lead 2-0 in series

Dustin Brown scored midway through double overtime on Saturday (US time) to lift the Los Angeles Kings to a 5-4 win over the New York Rangers in game two of the NHL finals.
Soure:AFP-Global Times: 2014/6/9 9:56:38

League eyes renewal of ice hockey World Cup

The NHL and its players’ union are in talks on the possible renewal of an ice hockey World Cup, league commissioner Gary Bettman said Wednesday (US time).
Soure:AFP-Global Times: 2014/6/6 0:33:02

Kings edge Rangers to claim Cup opener

Justin Williams netted the overtime game winner on Wednesday (US time), giving the Los Angeles Kings a 3-2 triumph over the New York Rangers in game one of the Stanley Cup finals.
Soure:AFP-Global Times: 2014/6/5 23:46:02

Kings reach finals with overtime win

The Los Angeles Kings advanced to the Stanley Cup finals with a ­stunning 5-4 overtime victory over the Chicago Blackhawks in game seven of a captivating NHL ­Western Conference final series on Sunday (US time).
Soure:Reuters-Global Times: 2014/6/2 23:15:37

Canadiens stay alive

Rene Bourque posted the first postseason hat trick of his career on Tuesday (US time) as Montreal stayed alive in the NHL playoffs with a 7-4 win over the New York Rangers.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2014/5/29 0:08:01

Kings lead series 2-1

Jeff Carter and Tyler Toffoli scored second-period goals to lead the Los Angeles Kings to a win over the defending champions Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 on Saturday (US time) in a National Hockey League playoff game.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2014/5/25 23:43:01

Canucks hire Benning

Jim Benning, who played nine seasons in the NHL for Vancouver and Toronto, has been named the new general manager of the Vancouver Canucks, the club announced Wednesday night (US time).
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2014/5/22 23:13:01

Canadiens beat Bruins to advance to East finals

It was 21 years ago when the Montreal Canadiens, the proudest of all NHL franchises, last won the Stanley Cup, the 22nd in their history.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2014/5/16 10:57:46

Penguins floored

Derick Brassard (No.16) of the New York Rangers scores the game-winning goal against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first game of the second-round NHL playoff series in Pittsburgh on Friday (US time). The Rangers won 3-2. Photo: AFP
Soure:AFP: 2014/5/4 0:28:02

Stars fall

Kari Lehtonen of the Dallas Stars gives up the game-winning goal against the Anaheim Ducks in overtime during game six of the first round of the NHL playoffs in Dallas on Sunday (US time). After a 4-2 victory, the Ducks won the series 4-2.
Soure:AFP: 2014/4/28 23:23:01

Pakistan hockey team leaves for Champions Trophy in Australia

Pakistan's national hockey team left for Australia on late Tuesday night to participate in the Champions Trophy scheduled to be held from December 1 to 9 in Melbourne.
Soure:Xinhua: 2014/4/23 18:41:57

Field hockey: Leading stars to see financial windfall in new Hockey India League

A financial windfall awaits the world’s leading field hockey stars when they play in a new Indian tournament next month on the lines of cricket’s popular Indian Premier League (IPL).
Soure:AFP-Global Times: 2014/4/23 18:41:03

Pakistan, India on way to resume bilateral hockey encounters

The hockey federations of both Pakistan and India have been reportedly in contacts and negotiating for months to revive the bilateral hockey series that were suspended since 2006, official sources said on Monday.
Soure:Xinhua: 2014/4/23 18:40:15

Pakistani hockey players return home from India after border tension

Pakistan's hockey players returned home on Wednesday night from India after their withdrawal from the Hockey India League (HIL) following the escalating border tension between the two arch-rival neighbors, local media reported.
Soure:Xinhua: 2014/4/23 18:40:01