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Topic - Nate Thompson
Paul Stastny had two goals and two assists and Craig Smith had five assists on Thursday to give the United States an 8-3 win over Russia and a spot in the semifinals.
Some of society's most vulnerable people — the elderly, the disabled and the chronically ill — have been pushed to the brink in the powerless, flood-ravaged neighborhoods struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy.
More than 50 searchers Monday converged on the foothills south of Portland looking for two teenagers who failed to return from a day hike and were missing after two nights of wet, windy weather.
Every point matters this time of year, and down the stretch, for the Washington Capitals. So in the final minute of the third period, they played for it.
Detroit Red Wing opponents knew better than to mess with Steve Yzerman. Take a cheap shot at him _ or any of the other Wings, for that matter _ and you'd have to answer to Bob Probert and, in later years, Darren McCarty.
Of all the nights for officials to become part of the story, Bruce Boudreau and the Washington Capitals didn't want it to be this one.
The Tampa Bay Lightning's first playoff win in four years restored some of the confidence they will need to have continued success against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
When Thompson said he would get her an ambulance, Nixon was overjoyed.
The teens -- Bradley Nelson, 16, and Jackson Chandler, 17, -- left West Linn in suburban Portland on Saturday afternoon intending to hike and return to their car by dark, Deputy Thompson said.