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Ducks beat Wild

ANAHEIM, Calif.—The Anaheim Ducks scored all their goals at even strength against the Minnesota Wild, which was critical for the NHL’s lowest-scoring team—especially against a club that doesn’t give up many power-play chances.

Rickard Rakell scored the go-ahead goal with 6:19 left in the third period and rookie John Gibson made 25 saves, leading the Ducks to a 3-1 victory last night.

Link between teen pot use, IQ decline questioned by study

NEW YORK—A new analysis is challenging the idea that smoking marijuana during adolescence can lead to declines in intelligence.

Instead, the new study says pot smoking may be merely a symptom of something else that’s really responsible for a brainpower effect seen in some previous research.

It’s not clear what that other factor is, noted Joshua Isen, an author of the analysis.

Eagles’ co-founder dies of ailments

NEW YORK—Glenn Frey, a rock ‘n’ roll rebel from Detroit who journeyed west, co-founded the Eagles, and with Don Henley formed one of history’s most successful songwriting teams with such hits as “Hotel California” and “Life in the Fast Lane,” has died.

Frey, 67, died of complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis, and pneumonia, the band said on its website.

Blackhawks beat Habs again

CHICAGO—Patrick Kane had a big grin on his face as he skated around the back of the net to congratulate Artemi Panarin on his nifty pass in the third period.

Lots of smiles for the Chicago Blackhawks these days.

The Blackhawks matched a franchise record with their 11th-straight victory—using two goals from Jonathan Toews to beat the slumping Montreal Canadiens 5-2 yesterday.