After scoring in the first period of Saturday's game against the Kansas City Mavericks, Toledo Walleye forward Connor Crisp hooks Mavericks defenseman Tyler Elbrecht during his goal celebration. Video courtesy of the Kansas City Mavericks.
Toledo Walleye defenseman Kevin Tansey speaks strongly about his former team the Kansas City Mavericks following a full line brawl instigated by Garrett Klotz that occurred during the third period of Saturday's game. Video courtesy of Jordan Strac
A free adaptive skating session hosted by the children’s charity Variety KC and the Kansas City Mavericks was held Monday at the Centerpoint Community Ice Rink at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence. Hockey sleds and other devices allowe
Willie O’Ree, 81, who was the first black player to play in a National Hockey League game, spoke to the Missouri Mavericks on Friday. He will be at the Mavericks' 7:05 p.m. Saturday game against Quad City in which the team will honor the 75th anni
The Missouri Mavericks hockey team worked with kids at the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Kansas City, Hawthorne Unit in Independence. The aprons will be worn by players as they serve as waiters at the "Dinner on Ice" fundraiser.
The scene on Sunday night at The Blue Line, a hockey-themed bar in the River Market, symbolizes a passion for hockey in Kansas City. But 40 years after the Scouts left and nearly 10 years after the opening of the Sprint Center, prospects of the NH
Lawrence scientist Syed A. Jamal was freed from jail Tuesday by a U.S. District Court judge in Kansas City pending the outcome of his deportation case. The Bangladeshi-born Jamal, 55, had been detained by ICE since his Jan. 24 arrest.
Kansas chemist Syed Jamal, who had been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement since his Jan. 24 arrest, was released from the Platte County jail and reunited with his family, pending the outcome of his deportation case.
Supporters of Syed Jamal arrive at the federal courthouse in Kansas City hoping a judge will free Syed Jamal who has been in custody since his arrest by Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Jan. 24 in Lawrence, Kan.
Spectrum Sports KC went into its archives and found highlights of Clayton Custer and Ben Richardson from fifth and sixth grade, before they starred at Blue Valley Northwest High and got Loyola Chicago to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16.