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Cheers, Táta: Czechs beat Russia 2-1 to win gold

Yesterday I met an Algerian-French woman who remarked that my first name is French. I had to explain that actually, it's not like that, as my name ends in a "k" the way it's often spelled by...

WC: Canada out, but Tavares exits with a highlight

John Tavares exited the World Championships as the leading goal scorer, though his Team Canada bowed out in disappointing fashion to Russia in the quarterfinals.

Bits: Ole ole, baby

The Flyers fans singing the "Ole" song during a playoff win is poetic justice for the Habs who hijacked the song.

Bits: Snow talk; Frans advances; Hamonic's fire

Islanders centers John Tavares and Frans Nielsen each advanced to the IIHF World Championship quarterfinals, while prospect Travis Hamonic burns to win the Memorial Cup.

Islanders elsewhere: Hamonic's hit on Hall; WC update

Checking in on Islanders properties playing elsewhere: Travis Hamonic's huge hit on Taylor Hall, and Jack Hillen and Kyle Okposo fighting through the relegation round.

Bits: No Volek needed for fallen champs, relegation-fighting U.S.

A look at second-day stories from the Wilpon/Wang Islanders news, plus the night in NHL action.

Bits: Queens, Wilpon & Wang - oh, and NHL playoffs too

The latest round of Islanders' future speculation took off after Jeff Wilpon acknowledged talking with Charles Wang about moving the NHL club to Queens.

Bits: Tavares scores from...the doorstep, of course

John Tavares scored two goals in Canada's 6-1 win over Latvia, while Frans Nielsen continued to shine for Denmark.

Denmark Does it Again: 2-1 (OT) over Scott Gordon's USA

Two key Islanders faced off in the IIHF World Championships, with Frans Nielsen's Denmark getting the better of Kyle Okposo's Team USA, 2-1 in overtime.

Bits: Okposo's season resumes, Detroit's lives, Reinsdorf 'bid' doesn't

The latest round of shuffling and rumors in the Coyotes ownership situation sullied a good night of NHL playoff action; Kyle Okposo gets ready to play in front of 76,000 fans.

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