NHL

The "Anchorman" returned to action to weird up a Los Angeles Kings match.
NBC's Pierre McGuire came within inches of being struck in the face with an errant puck.
She said she wished the exchange had gone differently but stressed that girls should be confident and believe in themselves.
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Washington won the series 4-1, capturing the final four games.
Teams in Canada and the United States came together as one to pay their respects to the young lives lost.
Six firefighters sustained injuries that were not life-threatening in the four-alarm fire, the FDNY said.
The tribute came six months after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Scott Foster stopped every shot as the Chicago Blackhawks' emergency fill-in goalie.
Larry Kwong fought racism and discrimination throughout his journey to the professional leagues.
“It’s sad that in 2018 we’re still talking about the same thing," said Washington Capitals hockey player Devante Smith-Pelly.
“I just think I’m another kid going to play in the Olympics."
Ryan Shazier, who couldn't move his legs after a severe spinal injury in December, saluted fans at a Penguins game.
The country star got the cold shoulder for his downbeat rendition.
"Why don't any women, minorities, or people under 40 watch our sport?"
The 34-year-old singer said she'll “be alright," but she might need some time.