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Stephen Whyno

Houston Chronicle

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Stephen:

Early Voting holds off Epicenter to win Preakness Stakes

Early Voting held off hard-charging favorite Epicenter to win the Preakness on Saturday, rewarding trainer Chad Brown and owner Seth Klarman for their patience. → Read More

Early Voting holds off Epicenter to win Preakness Stakes

Early Voting won the Preakness Stakes. → Read More

Early Voting holds off Epicenter to win Preakness Stakes

Early Voting held off hard-charging favorite Epicenter to win the Preakness Stakes on Saturday, validating the decision to skip the Kentucky Derby and aim for the second leg of the Triple Crown. → Read More

Early Voting holds off Epicenter to win Preakness Stakes

BALTIMORE (AP) — Early Voting held off hard-charging favorite Epicenter to win the Preakness Stakes on Saturday, validating the decision to skip the Kentucky Derby and aim for the second leg of the Triple Crown. Early Voting stalked behind the leaders for much of the race before moving into the lead around the final turn. […] → Read More

Early Voting finishes 1st in Preakness without Derby winner

Favorite Epicenter made a hard charge up the rail to finish second. → Read More

Near-record heat for Preakness another test for Epicenter

Epicenter lost the Kentucky Derby because of a hot pace. → Read More

Old Man & The Filly: Lukas saddling Secret Oath in Preakness

BALTIMORE (AP) — D. Wayne Lukas sat atop his pony just after 6 a.m. and stared at Secret Oath while she got a bath following her first trip to the → Read More

Expect more traditional playoff hockey in NHL's 2nd round

The start of the NHL playoffs included more penalties called than any other first round in almost a decade → Read More

Epicenter is 6-5 favorite for Preakness without Rich Strike

BALTIMORE (AP) — Kentucky Derby runner-up Epicenter was set Monday as the 6-5 morning line favorite for the Preakness Stakes, which will be run without Rich Strike. → Read More

Islanders hire longtime Trotz assistant Lambert as coach

The New York Islanders have hired longtime Barry Trotz assistant and right-hand man Lane Lambert to succeed him as coach → Read More

Rangers-Canes, Battle of Alberta up next in NHL playoffs

A few minutes after his New York Rangers moved on to the second round of the NHL playoffs by beating the Pittsburgh Penguins, Gerard Gallant had not mentally moved on to what’s next. “I don’t even know who we play,” Gallant said with a chuckle. It’s the Carolina Hurricanes, coach. Game 1 is Wednesday night. […] → Read More

Rangers-Canes, Battle of Alberta up next in NHL playoffs

The New York Rangers will play the Carolina Hurricanes in the second round of the NHL playoffs → Read More

Banged-up Capitals: Surgery possible for Backstrom, Wilson

The Washington Capitals could be in for a long summer because of injuries to key players → Read More

Caps out in 1st round for 4th time since winning Cup in 2018

The Washington Capitals lost their fourth consecutive first-round playoff series since winning the Stanley Cup in 2018 → Read More

Panthers find their mojo to beat Capitals, reach 2nd round

The Florida Panthers found what made them the NHL’s best regular-season team just in time to win the franchise’s first playoff series in 26 years → Read More

Panthers beat Caps in OT, win series for 1st time since '96

WASHINGTON (AP) — Jonathan Huberdeau couldn't remember what it was like to be on the smiling side of a handshake line. The feelings were so strong after he and the Florida Panthers beat the Washington Capitals 4-3 in overtime Friday night to win Game 6 and move on to the second round that Huberdeau wants to replicate it over and over. → Read More

Panthers beat Caps in OT, win series for 1st time since '96

Carter Verhaeghe scored the overtime winner to send the Panthers to the second round by beating the Washington Capitals 4-3 in Game 6 → Read More

Rich Strike not entering Preakness after Kentucky Derby win

Rich Strike Owner Rich Dawson made the stunning announcement Thursday, 10 days before the race in Maryland. It means there will not be a Triple Crown winner for a fourth consecutive year. → Read More

First week of NHL playoffs full of fast starts and blowouts

Turns out a two-goal lead is the safest lead in the first round of the NHL playoffs. A three-goal lead? Insurmountable. Fall behind at all in a game? Well, good luck. The first week of the NHL playoffs has been a stark contrast to the regular season that was full of multigoal comebacks and furious […] → Read More

First week of NHL playoffs full of fast starts and blowouts

Comebacks are hard to come by so far in the NHL playoffs after they were so commonplace during the regular season → Read More