• November 28, 2014

Hockey

Callahan nets 2 goals, Lightning beat Rangers 4-3

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Ryan Callahan downplayed stealing the spotlight in Martin St. Louis' homecoming.

Chiefs' Berry has support from all corners

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Wide receiver Jason Avant arrived in Kansas City a few days ago, a mid-season signing by the Chiefs. He was leaving his hotel Tuesday when a woman mustered up the courage to approach him.

Longtime NHL coach, executive Pat Quinn dies at 71

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Pat Quinn, a former defenseman and longtime NHL coach and executive who brought a gruff and passionate presence to hockey across the decades, has died at 71.

Penguins forward Dupuis out with blood clot

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pascal Dupuis spent the first nine months of 2014 recovering from torn ligaments in his right knee, a grueling stretch that tested the veteran Pittsburgh Penguins forward's patience and commitment to the game.

Rocco Grimaldi plays AHL, NHL games on same day

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Rocco Grimaldi played two hockey games in two leagues about 1,350 miles and 11 hours apart on Tuesday.

NHL ending dry scraping of ice before overtime

TORONTO (AP) — The NHL will no longer dry scrape the ice before overtime.

Callahan lifts Lightning to win in return to MSG

NEW YORK (AP) — Ryan Callahan scored two goals in his first game against his former New York Rangers teammates, and the surging Tampa Bay Lightning rode another big offensive outburst to a 5-1 victory Monday night.

Finally, late Pat Burns joins Hockey Hall of Fame

TORONTO (AP) — A few months ago, Line Burns was driving to see a friend and stopped in Gilmanton, New Hampshire, where she used to live with her husband.

Sharks sign Joe Pavelski to 5-year extension

Blackhawks coach Quenneville gets 3-year extension

New ESPN sports docs include 'Tonya and Nancy'

Crisp's homer gives A's 4-3 win over Astros