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After Jake Allen surrendered his second goal Wednesday night against the Detroit Red Wings, the Blues' rookie netminder, making his first NHL start, went for his water bottle.Modified: 02/14/13 01:06:22 AM
San Antonio finally got its "Big Three" back on the floor, but it was Kawhi Leonard who stole the show on Wednesday. Leonard buried a go-ahead 3-pointer with 2.9 seconds left off a nice feed from Tony Parker to lift the San Antonio Spurs to a 96-95 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena. Leonard finished with 13 points and 10 rebounds, while Parker poured in a game-high 24 points to go with seven assists and six rebounds for the Spurs, who head into the All-Star break on a three-game winning streak. Parker returned after missing Monday's win with right knee soreness, while Tim Duncan (left knee soreness) played for the first time in four games and Manu Ginobili (left hamstring) returned from a five-game absence. Duncan donated 13 points and six rebounds and Ginobili added five points and six assists off the bench to help San Antonio earn its 14th win in its last 15 games. Dion Waiters led Cleveland with 20 points and six rebounds, while Tyler Zeller chipped in 16 points and nine boards for the Cavs, who have lost three straight on the heels of a three-game winning streak.Modified: 02/14/13 02:11:14 AM
Back in action after missing three games with an injury, Mike Cammalleri had milestone night.Modified: 02/14/13 01:41:26 AM
There was the one shot in the third period, the one goal surrendered because of a bad line change, and the shorthanded goal allowed. And in the end, there was just one point.Modified: 02/14/13 12:46:49 AM
DETROIT - The Red Wings saw a quick lead whittled away by the St. Louis Blues, leaving Detroit with one point.Modified: 02/14/13 12:31:17 AM
Mike Cammalleri notched his fifth career hat trick and added an assist as a big first period helped Calgary take a 7-4 win over Dallas on Wednesday.Modified: 02/14/13 01:26:31 AM
Alex Steen scored just 52 seconds into overtime to help the St. Louis Blues take a 4-3 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday.Modified: 02/14/13 01:11:50 AM
The slumping St. Louis Blues got off to a slow start, falling behind by two goals to the Detroit Red Wings.Modified: 02/13/13 11:31:12 PM
James Neal scored twice and added an assist as the Pittsburgh Penguins took a 4-2 win over the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday.Modified: 02/13/13 11:46:24 PM
The Ottawa Senators lost a lot more than a game.Modified: 02/13/13 11:53:39 PM
Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson left Wednesday's game against the Pittsburgh Penguins with a cut to his lower left leg.Modified: 02/13/13 11:32:42 PM
The Winnipeg Jets announced Wednesday that they have traded forward Alexei Ponikarovsky to the New Jersey Devils for a pair of draft picks.Modified: 02/13/13 08:55:20 PM
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The Carolina Hurricanes are no longer winless. In fact, the Canes have a win over the defending Stanley Cup champions. Joni Pitkanen, Anthony Stewart and Jiri Tlusty scored the goals and Cam Ward got the job done in net Wednesday as the Canes topped the Boston Bruins 3-2 at the RBC Center. Ward ...