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¬† Despite many sports teams staking the claim to being known as "America's Team," the Army Black Knights are one of the few teams in sports that have a legitimate claim to the title. Various professional and collegiate sports teams often put claims in to be known as “America’s...
Dan Marrazza | News/Columns | Monday, 12 November 2012 Tags: NCAA, hockey, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Army, Black Knights
With the NHL lockout in full swing and no end in sight, the owners of the 30 NHL franchises have nothing to blame for the third lockout since 1994 but their own hypocrisy.† When it was all said and done, after all of the press conferences leading up to Sept. 15, the lockout came not...
Blake Benzel | News/Columns | Monday, 17 September 2012 Tags: NHL, hockey, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Donald Fehr, NHLPA, Gary Bettman, Bill Daly, lockout
Finding minutes behind Conn Smythe Trophy winner Jonathan Quick has not been easy for Jonathan Bernier. Now, the Los Angeles Kings find themselves in similar discomfort as they seek the right fit in a trade partner for Bernier. What was once considered by some an inevitable goaltending...
Andrew Knoll | News/Columns | Friday, 20 July 2012 Tags: NHL, hockey, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Jonathan Bernier, Los Angeles, Kings
With the Collective†Bargaining Agreement ending in September, the owners have been spending a lot of time crying poor. This off season has seen some of those owners dig into their pockets anyway. The universal truth about warfare is the best attack is the one that your adversary never saw...
Denis Gorman | News/Columns | Thursday, 19 July 2012 Tags: CBA, NHL, hockey, Minnesota, Wild, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Nashville, Predators, Philadelphia, Flyers
Negotiations have officially begun for the Collective Bargaining Agreement and, with their initial offer, the NHL decided to swing for the fences. Their lopsided offer has now set the tone for what are sure to be a tense couple of months. After opening formal negotiations in New York a couple...
Frank Seravalli | News/Columns | Sunday, 15 July 2012 Tags: NHL, hockey, collective bargaining agreement, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com
The New Jersey Devils have been luckier than most over the past two decades, in large part because of the fact that they've had Martin Brodeur. This year, Brodeur has been the reason why the Devils have stayed alive in the face of elimination. Shortly after his New Jersey Devils had danced and...
Frank Seravalli | News/Columns | Monday, 11 June 2012 Tags: NHL, hockey, playoffs, Stanley Cup Final, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Los Angeles, Kings, New Jersey, Devils, Martin Brodeur, Frank Seravalli
After losing the first three games of the Stanley Cup Final, the Devils are heading back to New Jersey with a renewed vigor and a glimmer of hope. Now all they have to do is beat Los Angeles in Newark, which will be no small task. NEWARK, N.J. – Two days after flirting with death on the...
Frank Seravalli | News/Columns | Saturday, 09 June 2012 Tags: NHL, hockey, playoffs, Stanley Cup Final, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Los Angeles, Kings, New Jersey, Devils, Pete DeBoer, Martin Brodeur
With a win on Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Kings will tie the 1988 Edmonton Oilers for the best postseason record in league history. It's a big step, and it also shows just how historic the Kings' run to the Final has been. On May 26, 1988, Los Angeles Kings forward Jarret Stoll was less than...
Pete DeBoer was sitting at the podium in Los Angeles, a full 2,783 miles away from where he was less than 24 hours prior, when he was in Newark, N.J., trying to explain his Devils’ stunning 2-0 hole in the Stanley Cup final. † It is a place the battle-tested New Jersey Devils have...
Frank Seravalli | News/Columns | Monday, 04 June 2012 Tags: Pete Deboer, Devils, Kings, Stanley Cup, NHL, hockey, Los Angeles, New Jersey, playoffs, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com
Yes, the Devils have been behind early before in the postseason, but the fact that Los Angeles was not at their best on Wednesday and still came away victorious could be cause for concern. NEWARK, N.J. – Just a few minutes after blindly setting up Anze Kopitar for the Game 1 overtime winner...

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