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No idea how we missed this, but Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom were at the Stars-‘Hawks game

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In our continuing quest for cheap SEO traffic to bring you everything from the world of hockey, I turn your attention to the official fan page of Khloe Kardashian:

Fun At The Dallas Stars Game!

Happy Monday my loves!!!! Hope everyone had a fabulous weekend! Just wanted to share a few pics from my very first hockey game ever!!!

I went with Lamar and Malika and a few other friends. We really got into the team spirit and we bought hats and team t shirts :) The game was so intense but still really cool to watch. We had a ball!

Lamar = Lamar Odom, former Los Angeles Laker and current Dallas Maverick.

Malika = Malika Haqq, actress and TV personality, Khloe’s BFF.

Me = Fledgling Perez Hilton.

Here’s one of the pictures Khloe took:

Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom and Malika Haqq Go To The Dallas Stars Hockey Game

Upon further review, it appears she was a little delayed in getting her pics uploaded…the game in question took place on Mar. 16, which Dallas lost 4-1 to Chicago. I know this because the Blackhawks’ No. 38 — Carter Hutton — was recalled from AHL Rockford that same day to fill in for Ray Emery, who’d fallen ill.

To their credit, Khloe and Lamar (and this Malika person) did pick a good game to go to. The Stars had a sold-out crowd of 19,099 for the Blackhawks contest, the largest crowd since the team moved to Dallas in 1993.

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Despite tough fight, Stars hand Wild their sixth straight loss

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The Minnesota Wild put together the kind of effort that would beat a lot of NHL teams on Tuesday. Unfortunately for that beleaguered group, it wasn’t enough to edge the Dallas Stars.

Despite generating 40 shots on goal and generating 1-0 and 2-1 leads, the Wild lost to the Stars 4-3 in overtime. With that, they’ve lost six straight games.

(The view doesn’t get much prettier if you pull away a little further, either, as Minnesota’s only won once in the last month, going 1-9-2 in their last 12.)

Ultimately, the Stars’ big guns were too powerful. Tyler Seguin generated two assists and so did Jamie Benn, who set up John Klingberg‘s overtime game-winning goal.

Again, the effort sure seemed to be there for the Wild, even if they’re far beyond the point of accepting moral victories.

As frustrating as this must be, Minnesota’s not that far from a playoff spot. Still, it has to sting to see “Close, but not good enough” as a prevailing theme as of late.

Royal beating: Lucic, Kings crush Bruins 9-2

As Boston Bruins' Patrice Bergeron (37) looks on Los Angeles Kings' Milan Lucic waves to the crowd after a tribute to him was played on the screen during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Boston Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson)
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The Boston Bruins welcomed Milan Lucic back on Tuesday. Maybe they shouldn’t have extended such a warm welcome to the Los Angeles Kings overall, however.

You won’t see many games as lopsided as this one, at least in 2015-16, as the Kings walloped the Bruins by a humbling score of 9-2.

Lucic wasn’t just there, either, as he scored a goal and an assist in his quite triumphant return to Boston.

Tuukka Rask had a short night in Boston’s net, yet it wasn’t as if Jonas Gustavsson enjoyed his time. It was a pretty sound beating by all accounts.

This dominant win is a heck of a way for the Kings to begin an imposing seven-game road trip, which continues against the New York Islanders on Thursday. The Bruins probably want to burn the tape on this one themselves, as they’re about to head on a six-game road trip.

Video: Evander Kane believes he won his fights vs. Alex Petrovic

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The Florida Panthers are beating up the Buffalo Sabres where it counts – on the scoreboard – but Evander Kane was happy to highlight his perceived victories in a couple bouts.

Buffalo’s power forward fought Alex Petrovic twice on Tuesday, and Kane wasn’t shy about holding up a “2-0.”

You can watch the second fight above, and the first one below, via Hockey Fights by way of MSG:

This GIF might just say it all, really:

Update: Apparently they fought again moments after this post went up.

Probably safe to call it a rivalry between the two, right?

The Panthers ultimately won 7-4.

Fight video: Yes, a visor-breaking punch

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Some hockey players resist the urge to wear a visor, at least if they’re given that choice.

Perhaps a few will say “Hey, Nathan Beaulieu will just punch it off anyway.”

Maybe not, but Beaulieu provided a rather unique moment in his fight with Cedric Paquette during the Montreal Canadiens – Tampa Bay Lightning game. You can watch that bout in the video above, and see a cut on the Lightning pest’s face from that blow.

Want it in GIF form? OK then: