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November 28, 2011 | PIERRE MCGUIRE
Penguins defenseman Paul Martin has only been a minus player once in his eight-year career, so Pittsburgh G.M. Ray Shero and coach Dan Byslma are not worried about his -10 rating. Both men know that Martin is one of...
November 28, 2011 | MICHAEL FARBER
The mystifying decline of some of hockey's top offensive talents is just one takeaway from the NHL's early-season report card
November 24, 2011
IF YOU are lucky enough to have visited Fenway Park—whether once, twice or dozens of times—then you will always carry it with you, for Fenway is a moveable feast. O.K., so that's not quite what Hemingway wrote (he...
November 21, 2011 | MICHAEL FARBER
It was once the most thrilling—and for goalies the most menacing—play in the game. But in today's high-octane NHL, there's rarely enough time or space for the ballyhooed blast from the past
November 21, 2011 | Michael Farber
On Nov. 9, the Lightning and the Flyers painted a hockey still life, a bowl of rotting fruit. Less than a minute into their game—which Tampa Bay won 2--1 in overtime—the Lightning adopted its passively impenetrable...