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Bruins' Chara to carry Slovakian flag in Sochi

Bruins' Chara to carry Slovakian flag in Sochi

ESPN.com yahoo.com Updated Jan 16
Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara will carry the Slovakian flag for the Olympic Opening Ceremony at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
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  • Eriksson returns to Dallas. Which team is winning the Seguin tr…

    Eriksson returns to Dallas. Which team is winning the Seguin trade

    Loui Eriksson makes his return to Dallas tonight after spending the first 501 games of his career with the Stars. I thought his comments to the Dallas Morning News about his return were both refreshing and enlightening: “I kind of figured I would play w…
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  • Leafs barely beat Sabres, will be consistently inconsistent for…

    Leafs barely beat Sabres, will be consistently inconsistent for some time

    TORONTO – At this stage of the Maple Leafs’ season, few should be shocked that they would follow up a win over a Stanley Cup frontrunner like the Boston Bruins with a sloppy, 4-3 shootout win to a Stanley Cup backwalker like the Buffalo Sabres. Inconsis…
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  • Video - Bruins Double Up Stars 00:52

    Bruins Double Up Stars

    Jan 16
    Chad Johnson made his first start since Dec. 19 and stopped 32 shots in the Bruins' 4-2 win over the Stars.

Sports Columnists

  • Daily Dime: Houston's deep freeze

    Jan 16
    What does 73 plus 19 equal? For Houston, it all adds up to a serious wake-up call, writes J.A. Adande.
  • Don Banks: NFL conference championship picks

    Jan 16
    Way back in early October, somewhat tongue-in-cheek, I declared the suspense of the NFL's 2013 season over after just four weeks and instructed everyone to prepare for a Seattle-Denver Super Bowl in early February. Well whaddya know? We're one step away…
  • 2013 NFL playoffs -- John Clayton's First and Goal championship round

    Jan 16
    Does the playoff format need tweaking? Maybe not, as the NFL's four best teams will all be playing in conference title games, John Clayton writes.