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Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson (74) pushes Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby (87) against the boards during the third period of an NHL hockey game, Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, in Washington. The Penguins won 4-3. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

Capitals regroup after losing focus against Penguins

- The Washington Times

Alex Ovechkin retreated to the bench Wednesday night after the final horn had sounded and smashed his stick repeatedly against the walls and the stanchions. His frustration was evident after the Washington Capitals lost 4-3 to the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins in a game marked by belligerence and an overall nastiness, and those feelings were sure to linger.

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Minnesota Wild right wing Nino Niederreiter (22), of Switzerland, celebrates after scoring a goal against the Nashville Predators in the second period of an NHL hockey game Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Dubnyk wins his 14th with Wild in 4-2 win over Nashville

- Associated Press

The Minnesota Wild have been playing very well since trading for Devan Dubnyk in January. Winning in the toughest building this season in the NHL has given them another nice confidence boost.

NHL Capsules

- Associated Press

Corey Crawford earned his second shutout of the season in the Chicago Blackhawks' 3-0 win over the Florida Panthers on Thursday night.

New Jersey Devils right wing Jaromir Jagr, of the Czech Republic, skates against the Calgary Flames during the second period of an NHL hockey game, Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, in Newark, N.J. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Florida Panthers add Jaromir Jagr for playoff run

- Associated Press

The Florida Panthers acquired Jaromir Jagr from the New Jersey Devils on Thursday for a second-round pick in June and either Florida or Minnesota's third-round pick in 2016.

New book tells story of Revolutionary War hero John Stark

- Associated Press

His words grace New Hampshire's license plates - "Live Free or Die" - yet most people outside New England would be hard-pressed to identify Gen. John Stark, despite his heroics in two 18th century wars, including key roles in some of the American Revolution's most significant battles.