Articles by Erica Bulman



Speed Is of the Essence for Star

  • 24 October 06
  • The Associated Press
Maria Sharapova loves speed, fast cars and roller coasters. She hates traffic, running on foot and anything else that could slow her down.

NHL Deadline Passes for Russian Hockey

  • 17 August 05
  • The Associated Press
The Czech and Russian hockey federations refused to sign the proposed player transfer agreement between the National Hockey League and the sport's world governing body as Monday's deadline passed, leaving unsettled the NHL's participation in next year's Turin Olympics.

Hockey Clubs Reject NHL Agreement

  • 03 August 05
  • The Associated Press
The Russian Hockey Federation refused to sign the NHL's player transfer agreement, a move the IIHF said could jeopardize the NHL's participation at the Olympics.

Dementyeva Downed in First Round

  • 17 August 04
  • The Associated Press
French Open finalist Yelena Dementyeva was upset 4-6, 6-0, 6-3 by Alicia Molik of Australia.

Russia Defeated 4-3 in Ice Hockey World Final

  • 13 May 02
  • The Associated Press
Peter Bondra's game winning goal gave Slovakia a 4-3 victory over Russia in Saturday's final and handed the young nation its first Ice Hockey World Championship title.

Hockey Powers Gear Up for Championships

  • 28 April 01
  • The Associated Press
With the Olympics less than 10 months away, the ice hockey world championships should be interesting.

Netherlands Ousted by 10-Man Italy in Shootout

Dutch Set for Yugoslav Surprise in Quarterfinal

Dutch Courage Shows Up the Danes

Czechs Take Gold With 5-3 Victory

Canadians, Czechs to Meet in Semis

Czechs Tiptoe Toward World Crown

Hockey's Underdogs On Top

Hosts Hope for Return to Golden Era

3 World Records Broken in 2 Hours

Rosset Routs Kafelnikov at Swiss Open

Canada Keeps Cool, Forces 3rd Game

Rough-Playing Canada Seeks to Avoid Penalties