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The Colorado Avalanche have the best chance of winning.
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Paul Carey replaces Brett Connolly for Capitals in Game 2
Carey appeared in six games for the Capitals this season. This will be his first playoff appearance since 2014 when he was a member of the Colorado Avalanche.
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Scott Darling trade ‘worth the risk’ for Hurricanes
They still have to sign him to a new contract.
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Ducks in trouble, focusing too much on McDavid
The Ducks are down two games in the series to the Oilers and a big reason why is because they are focusing too much on stopping Connor McDavid.
Game 2: Oilers 2, Ducks 1 highlights
Oilers' Cam Talbot made an incredible 39 saves as the Edmonton beat the Ducks 2-1 on the road in Game 2 to take a 2-0 series lead.
Oilers shocking everyone, maturing before our eyes
The Oilers are up two games on the Ducks and maturing right before our very eyes. Don't be surprised if this young Edmonton pulls off the sweep.
Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg makes it one-goal game
Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg fires a wrist shot past Cam Talbot on the power play to make it a one-goal game in the second period.
Latest goalie interference mess: Oilers get penalty, not goal
Should Edmonton have gone up 2-0 vs. Anaheim?
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Oilers' Maroon scores PP goal to make it 2-0
Oilers' Patrick Maroon scores on the power play from in front of the net to extend Edmonton's lead to 2-0 in the second period.
Game 2: Blues 3, Predators 2 highlights
Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice, including the game winner, as the Blues beat the Predators 3-2 to even up the series.
Tarasenko’s two goals help Blues tie series with Predators
St. Louis fights through two Nashville leads to win Game 2.
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Oilers' Sekera opens scoring 1:05 into game
Oilers' Andrej Sekera scores 65 seconds into game to take very early 1-0 lead over the Ducks in Game 2.
Tarasenko's second give Blues first lead of night
Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko gathers the slick pass from Joel Edmundson and fires it past Pekka Rinne for his second goal and St. Louis' first lead.
Blues' Lehtera cleans up loose puck to tie Preds
Blues' Jori Lehtera cleans up loose puck in front of the net after Pekka Rinne made the save as St. Louis ties the Predators again.
WATCH LIVE: Game 2 for Predators – Blues, Oilers – Ducks
West home teams try to avoid 2-0 deficits in their series.
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Predators' Ellis rips shot past Allen to take lead
Predators' Ryan Ellis rips a shot past Blues' Jake Allen and into the net as Nashville regains the lead at 2-1 in the third.
Hagelin might be available for Penguins in Game 2
At the moment, it sounds like he's a game-time decision vs. Capitals on Saturday.
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Video: Predators’ Fiddler ejected for knee-to-knee on Blues’ Parayko
A major penalty after scoring the clinching goal of Game 1.
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Blues' Tarasenko scores PP goal to tie it up
Blues and Vladimir Tarasenko take advantage of a major penalty on the Predators to tie it up in the first period.
Video: Did Ovechkin miss opportunity to land big hit on Crosby?
An interesting discussion with Mike Milbury and Keith Jones.
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Predators' James Neal scores off deflection
Nashville Predators' James Neal puts his team ahead off of a bounce off Jake Allen into goal.
Predators admit Fiala ‘will be missed’ but must move on
The former first-rounder was really coming into his own before that frightening injury.
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Did Rangers lose Game 1 due to a blown call?
There's plenty of debate on if the New York Rangers' lost to the Ottawa Senators in Game 1 due to a missed icing call but here's what really happened with the game-winning goal.
Alexander Ovechkin should've checked Sidney Crosby
The NHL on NBC crew explain why Alexander Ovechkin missed a golden opportunity to be physical against Sidney Crosby despite playing within the rules.
Penguins' Sidney Crosby shows dominance vs. Caps
The Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby struggled against the Capitals in last year's postseason but in this series he got to a dominant start with two goals.
Report: Wings, Hawks, Preds in mix to sign ‘strong two-way center’ Ejdsell
6-foot-5, 220-pounder had a terrific scoring year in Sweden.
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Vlasic joins Canada for Worlds, extending marathon campaign
World Cup, regular season, playoffs and now this.
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Derek Stepan: ‘I’ve stunk since the playoffs started’
But he's not the only player who needs to start scoring for the New York Rangers.
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No Bieksa for Anaheim tonight, but Vatanen could return
Veteran blueline exited Game 1 with a lower-body injury, and didn't return.
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Do NHL teams always play both anthems in games?
Here are the circumstances in which NHL teams play both the U.S. and Canadian anthems and the one team that always plays both.
Ducks say they’ve allowed Draisaitl too much freedom, too much fun
And they'll look to change that in Game 2.
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Canucks could really use Patrick or Hischier
They're hoping for some better luck in tomorrow's draft lottery.
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Paajarvi out, Barbashev in as Blues look for ‘physical element’
Russian rookie draws back after sitting as a healthy scratch for three straight games.
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Sabres granted permission to speak with Futa
Buffalo needs a new general manager, and Futa has been considered for the position before.
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Habs sign Quebec League sniper Waked
Finished tied for ninth in goals, with 39.
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With pressure on, Ken Holland is scouting more than ever
Why? Because the Wings are picking in the top 10 for the first time since 1991.
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Sens win, but empty seats get the attention
A crowd of just 16,744 was announced at Canadian Tire Centre last night.
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Preds proving preseason hype was warranted
Tonight in St. Louis, they can make it six straight wins in the playoffs.
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Rangers won’t let Drury interview for Sabres GM gig
Former Sabres captain was believed to be atop the candidate list.
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Should Erik Karlsson’s game-winning goal have counted?
“We felt on their game-winning goal it should have been icing.”
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Friday, April 28
Round 2, Game 2 for the four Western Conference teams.
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PHT Morning Skate: David Letterman shows off awesome playoff beard at Caps-Pens game
–We’ll start with highlights from Game 1 of the highly anticipated matchup between Washington and Pittsburgh, which the Penguins won 3-2. Sidney Crosby scored twice, while Alex Ovechkin found...
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Alex Ovechkin shrugs off Capitals loss in Game 1
The Capitals didn't receive a power play in their 3-2 loss to the Penguins.
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Holtby takes blame for two big goals in Caps’ loss to Pens
He insists the Capitals aren't frustrated.
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Game 1: Senators 2, Rangers 1 highlights
Erik Karlsson scores game winner from a near-impossible angle late in the third as the Senators take Game 1 from the Rangers, 2-1.
Fleury, Penguins hang on for Game 1 win against Capitals
Some tense moments after Nick Bonino's beautiful game-winner.
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Key to Capitals stopping Penguins' Sidney Crosby
Penguins' Sidney Crosby is clearly the focal point of the Capitals defense, but he is still putting on a show. Washington must focus on closing the gap against him and limit his space to create.
Game 1: Penguins 3, Capitals 2 highlights
Sidney Crosby scored twice in the second and Nick Bonino scored the game winner in the third as the Penguins beat the Capitals in Game 1.
Penguins' Bonino beats Holtby to break tie
Penguins' Nick Bonino gathers the assist from Scott Wilson and beats Braden Holtby to break the 2-2 tie in the third period.
Capitals' Kuzetsov ties it up vs. Penguins
Capitals' Evgeny Kuznetsov receives a great assist from Matt Niskanen and buries it in the back of the net to tie Penguins in the third.
Karlsson makes difference for Senators vs. Lundqvist, Rangers
Game 1 of this sweet Swede series goes to Ottawa.
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Karlsson scores game winner for Senators
Erik Karlsson throws a shot to the net from a tough angle and it ricochet's off of Henrik Lundqvist and into the net to give the Senators a 3-2 lead over the Rangers.
Ovechkin vs. Crosby shifts into high gear, Carlson clobbers Malkin
Business is really picking up in Penguins - Capitals Game 1.
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Caps' Ovechkin goes top shelf, makes it 2-1
Capitals' Alex Ovechkin goes top shelf to beat Marc-Andre Fleury and cut into the Penguins lead in the second period.
Video: Crosby scores two goals in 52 seconds vs. Capitals
Penguins take a 2-0 lead possibly before fans return to their seats.
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Senators' Ryan Dzingel ties vs. Rangers with PPG
The Ottawa Senators' Ryan Dzingel sneaks past Henrik Lundqvist during the power play to score and tie the score at 1-1.
Penguins' Crosby scores twice in 52 seconds
Penguins' Sidney Crosby scores two times in 52 seconds as Pittsburgh grabs a 2-0 lead early in the second period.
Penguins’ Guentzel makes ‘kick save’ to stop Capitals
When one goalie just will not do ...
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Rangers' Ryan McDonagh gets lucky bounce to score
Ryan McDonagh scored the New York Rangers' opening goal thanks to a lucky bounce into goal.
Lundqvist snubs Sens with 21 saves in first (Video)
It's good ... to have "The King."
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Kunitz is in for Penguins vs. Capitals in Game 1
Carter Rowney is the odd man out for Pittsburgh.
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Foligno, Getzlaf, Giordano vie for Messier Leadership Award
Giordano and Getzlaf aren't leaders in liking each other after the first round.
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Predators' P.K. Subban's maturation has been key
P.K. Subban staying away from the headlines has led to a focused performance from the Nashville Predators' star and more importantly, postseason wins.
Oilers' Adam Larsson paying dividends in playoffs
The Edmonton Oilers are loving the production from defenseman Adam Larsson in the Stanley Cup Playoffs after a blockbuster trade in the offseason.
WATCH LIVE: Game 1 for Penguins – Capitals, Rangers – Senators
The second round kicks in for the East on Thursday.
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Sutter won’t retire from coaching, willing to join a rebuild
Two-time Cup winner was only recently dismissed by the Kings.
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Coyotes fire assistant coach Newell Brown
Doug Soetaert, the GM of their AHL affiliate in Tuscon, was also relieved of his duties.
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Plenty of seats available for tonight’s game in Ottawa
Attendance has been an issue all season for the Senators.
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McPhee won’t bring Stanley, Vegas’ lucky golden rooster, to draft lottery
In related news, Vegas has a lucky golden rooster named Stanley.
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Hagelin making ‘significant steps’ in returning to lineup
Head coach Mike Sullivan said the speedy winger took limited contact on Thursday.
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Sweeney shares offseason plans for Bruins
The general manager has a summer shopping list.
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Panthers looking for ‘modern day guy’ as next head coach
"Someone who is firm, but fair and can think outside the box a little bit, because creativity is important."
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Stars re-sign Janmark, who they ‘missed as much as anyone last season’
Swedish forward was sidelined the entire campaign with a severe knee ailment.
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Leafs to sign Grundstrom, whose ‘competitive level is through the roof’
The 19-year-old forward was impressive for Sweden at the World Juniors.
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Caps hoping roster improvements can get them past Pittsburgh
Lars Eller is an upgrade on Mike Richards.
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Preds announce Fiala done for year with fractured femur
Underwent successful surgery last night.
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Report: ‘Hawks to sign Czech League standout Kampf
The 22-year-old is coming off a career scoring season with Pirati Chomutov.
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Caps without Alzner, again, for Game 1 versus Pens
Remains sidelined with an upper-body injury.
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Adam Larsson has become an ‘anchor’ for the Oilers
He came up huge in Game 1 for Edmonton against Anaheim.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Thursday
The Eastern Conference teams do battle tonight.
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PHT Morning Skate: The top 5 second-round matchups since 1980
Thursday's collection of links.
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Video: Getzlaf, Perry, Kesler lose cool in scuffle with Kassian, Oilers
Some late-game shenanigans in Edmonton's win vs. Anaheim.
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Game 1: Oilers 5, Ducks 3 highlights
Leon Draisaitl had four points as the Oilers showed their resilience during a 5-3 win over the Ducks in Game 1.
Subban: We tried to rally around Fiala injury
Predators' P.K. Subban talks about the tough mentality of the team after losing a lead in the third period and watching teammate Kevin Fiala be carried off on a stretcher.
King Leon: Draisaitl collects four points vs. Ducks to give Oilers a Game 1 win
Edmonton takes a 1-0 lead after a wild one.
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Ducks must avoid penalties against Oilers
The Edmonton Oilers are a dangerous team on the power play and the Anaheim Ducks gave them too many chances, costing the home team Game 1.
Oilers set tone for series with Game 1 win
The Edmonton Oilers showed resiliency in Game 1 as they made a statement in Anaheim with a 5-3 win to start the series.
Oilers' Larsson banks shot off Gibson into net
Oilers' Adam Larsson scored his second of the game by banking it off Ducks' John Gibson to give Edmonton the lead at 4-3.
Silfverberg scores Ducks' second in 1:25 to tie it
Jakob Silfverberg scores the Ducks' second goal in 1:25 to rally back and tie the Oilers at 3-3 in the third period of Game 1.
Ducks' Eaves puts back rebound vs. Talbot
Patrick Eaves and the Ducks bounced back after two Oilers goals to score off a rebound and cut into Edmonton's lead.
Oilers' Adam Larsson makes it two-goal game
Oilers' Adam Larsson makes it a two-goal game after receiving a great assist from Leon Draisaitl.
Letestu's second goal of game gives Oilers lead
Mark Letestu and the Oilers scored again off of a power play as Edmonton took a 2-1 lead over the Ducks in Game 1.
Keep an eye on Oilers’ Slepyshev (the Ducks certainly should)
Ups and downs for Edmonton vs. Anaheim in Game 1.
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Jake Allen takes blame for Predators’ game-winner
St. Louis identifies that moment (and the second period) as the downfall.
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Game 1: Predators 4, Blues 3 highlights
P.K. Subban had one goal and two assists as the Predators held off a late surge by the Blues to win 4-3 and take the early series advantage.
Oilers' Letestu nets power play goal to tie Game 1
Mark Letestu and the Oilers responded to the Ducks' score with a power play goal of their own to tie Game 1 in Anaheim.
Ducks' Getzlaf beats Oilers' Talbot to take lead
Ryan Getzlaf scored just seconds into the second period to give the Ducks a 1-0 lead over the Oilers in Game 1.
Predators survive Blues’ big late push to win Game 1
Nashville remains unbeaten in the playoffs ... but maybe not "perfect."
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Vernon Fiddler scores as Predators regain lead
Predators' Vernon Fiddler pokes the puck past Blues' Jake Allen and into the net as Nashville regains the lead in the third.
Blues' Sobotka ties Game 1 late vs. Predators
Vladimir Sobotka and the Blues erased a two-goal deficit in the third period as Sobotka's goal tied Game 1 in the third period.
Blues' Schwartz makes it one-goal game
Blues' Jaden Schwartz gathers great assist from Paul Stastny in front of the net and beats Predators' Pekka Rinne to make it a one-goal game.
WATCH LIVE: Second round begins with Predators – Blues, Oilers – Ducks
Game 1 action in St. Louis and Anaheim.
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Video: Austin Watson takes a shot at Vladimir Tarasenko
No big deal or did he get away with one?
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Blues just have no answer for P.K. Subban right now
A goal and two assists thanks to that booming shot.
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Predators' Forsberg scores on power play
Predators' Filip Forsberg scores on the power play after P.K. Subban's shot bounces off Jake Allen to give Nashville a 3-1 lead.
Blues' Parayko beats Preds' Rinne five-hole
Blues' Colton Parayko shows patience as he beats Predators' Pekka Rinne five-hole to cut into Nashville's lead.
Preds' Subban rips shot past Allen, extends lead
Predators make it 2-0 against the Blues in the second period after P.K. Subban rips a long shot past Jake Allen.
Video: Predators’ Kevin Fiala leaves on stretcher, hospitalized after scary fall
An awkward spill into the boards following Roberto Bortuzzo's hit.
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Preds' Fiala crashes into boards, stretchered off
Predators' Kevin Fiala crashes into the boards awkwardly and needs to be stretchered off the ice.
Colin Wilson: still far more productive in playoffs (Video)
Coincidence ... or clutch?
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Video: Erik Karlsson gets Jeremy Roenick’s seal of approval
JR almost likes Karlsson as much as the Senators do.
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Wilson puts Predators ahead with power play goal
Colin Wilson got the scoring started in Game 1 as his power play goal put the Predators ahead of the Blues in the first period.
Roenick: 'It's Alex Ovechkin's year'
Pittsburgh Penguins or Washington Capitals? Jeremy Roenick and Keith Jones are split on their predictions.
Pens' Crosby outplaying Caps' Ovechkin right now
Penguins' Sidney Crosby and Capitals' Alex Ovechkin are keys to their respective teams winning, but Ovechkin must step up his game in this series.
Babcock, McLellan and Tortorella are 2017’s Jack Adams finalists
Three compelling cases for coach of the year.
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Lundqvist in net makes Rangers dangerous vs. Sens
Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist is full of confidence after beating Canadiens' Carey Price and will be dangerous going forward against the Senators.
Karlsson's skill, IQ, energy will give NYR fits
Senators' Erik Karlsson played like the best player in the league in the first round and his incredible skill, IQ, and energy will be key against the Rangers.
U.S. adds Bruins’ McAvoy, Blackhawks’ Trevor van Riemsdyk for Worlds
McAvoy continues to impress at just 19.
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Agent says Kucherov blasted Bolts out of frustration from missing playoffs
Some drama coming out of Tampa Bay.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Wednesday, April 26
The second round officially kicks off tonight at 8 pm on NBCSN!
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Green will be judged on progress of Canucks’ youngsters
For example, Nikolay Goldobin.
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Report: Vegas’ first-ever game will be preseason tilt in Vancouver
On Sept. 17, at Rogers Arena.
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Habs announce Emelin underwent knee surgery
Missed significant time in the first round against the Rangers.
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Kraft Hockeyville: For Schneider, road to NHL began in Massachusetts
New Jersey's No. 1 goalie owes plenty to his youth days in Marblehead.
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Canucks announce Travis Green as new head coach
The former NHL forward will have a tough job turning Vancouver around.
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Kesler will have his hands full with McDavid, and vice-versa
The Ducks host the Oilers tonight in Game 1 of their second-round series.
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Flames ‘likely’ to leave Brouwer unprotected: Calgary Herald
Will his old general manager, George McPhee, be interested?
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Seguin undergoes surgery for torn labrum
Is expected to be ready for the start of training camp.
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It’s a battle of red-hot goalies in Preds-Blues series
Pekka Rinne and Jake Allen were near unbeatable in the first round.
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Longtime Habs assistant coach Jodoin resigns
"He indicated to us that at this stage in his career, he would be looking for a change and would like to explore other challenges."
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Report: Canadiens to sign KHL defenseman Jakub Jerabek
The 25-year-old had a solid season in Russia.
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PHT Morning Skate: Five under-the-radar coaching candidates
Wednesday's collection of links.
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Bruce Cassidy officially named head coach of the Bruins
“He was put into a tough situation — being out of the playoff race, maybe just chasing at the point he takes over to try to take a team and get in"
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After surgery, Joe Thornton should be ready for 2017-18 (Wherever he plays)
The procedure was related to torn MCL and ACL ligaments.
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Ovechkin on facing Crosby, Penguins: ‘You don’t have to be afraid’
Sidney Crosby is standing in Alex Ovechkin's way again. Of course.
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Karlsson explains how Senators plan on getting to Lundqvist
Two Swedish buddies face off.
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Ducks have better chance to slow McDavid with healthier defensemen
Positive signs for Hampus Lindholm, Cam Fowler and Sami Vatanen.
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Travis Hamonic, Wayne Simmonds are up for Foundation Player Award
Rewards players who are off the charts when they're off the ice.
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Blackhawks president says Preds sweep was ‘no fluke’ (Coach Q is angry, too)
John McDonough believes that Chicago got "steamrolled."
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Couture in ‘uncomfortable state’ after two facial fractures
Also had plastic and wiring in his mouth to keep his teeth in place.
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Bergeron may need surgery for sports hernia
He says he dealt with it all year.
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No Patrick Kane for U.S. at Worlds
Announced just hours after Auston Matthews said he wasn't going, either.
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Gaborik has procedure for ‘chronic’ knee issue, questionable for camp
Tyler Toffoli, Alec Martinez and Derek Forbort also received medical treatment on their respective injuries.
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Blackhawks’ Anisimov suffered high-ankle sprain in mid-March
If you were wondering why he wasn't himself in the playoffs.
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PHT’s second-round playoff predictions, featuring the red-hot Random Thing Picker
It's Ovechkin versus Crosby once again.
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Sharks say getting Jones, Vlasic signed before camp ‘a priority’
"Both of them are extremely important to get under contract."
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Are the Leafs getting into ‘go for it’ territory?
It's not such a ridiculous question when you consider how quickly the Penguins, Blackhawks and Kings went from out of the playoffs to winning the Stanley Cup.
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Wild exit early, Fletcher stays positive — a familiar refrain in Minnesota
"It's still a very good core. It's a strong team."
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Auston Matthews to skip Worlds
He's pretty tired.
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Blackhawks fire their AHL head coach
Stan Bowman promised changes.
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Report: Canucks close to naming Travis Green head coach
The former NHLer has been an AHL head coach the past four seasons.
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After ‘breakout’ year in AHL, Fleury ready to crack ‘Canes lineup
Seventh overall pick in 2014 has yet to make his NHL debut.
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Close out the First Round with Goals of the Week
With the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the books, relive the very best with Goals of the Week.
‘We took two steps forward, maybe three’: Kekalainen excited about Blue Jackets’ future
Management liked what they saw from their team this season.
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It doesn’t sound promising for Matt Murray
He has not yet resumed skating.
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Kings want to increase scoring, but can Stevens make it happen?
The team has a plan, if nothing else.
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Anderson, Cogliano, Ryan named 2017 Masterton nominees
"The player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey."
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Marleau says he wants to return to Sharks, but it might not be so easy
He thinks he has at least "five good years" in him ... but where?
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What is Alex Galchenyuk’s future in Montreal?
It's a good question, with no obvious answer right now.
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Kunitz cleared for contact, available for start of Caps series
Gametime decision for the opener.
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DeBoer: Thornton played with torn ACL, MCL
The San Jose head coach said he's never seen or heard of it be done before and called it "courageous."
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Online bookmaker: Caps are Stanley Cup favorites
Ottawa Senators are the long shots.
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Isles bring back Seidenberg — one year, $1.25 million
Veteran blueliner enjoyed a solid campaign in Brooklyn.
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Sens' Karlsson playing injured, still successful
The Senators captain played with two hairline fractures in his left heel against the Boston Bruins in the first round of the playoffs.
Cassidy ‘absolutely’ wants to return as Bruins’ head coach
But notes it "will be determined going forward by management."
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Blackhawks fire assistant coach Mike Kitchen
The changes begin.
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Two days after elimination, Canadiens focus on Price
The prized netminder says he's not worried about negotiations.
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Five impressive stats from the first round
Pekka Rinne was practically unbeatable in Nashville's sweep of the Blackhawks.
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Wild owner confirms Fletcher safe as GM
This after a disappointing first-round playoff exit.
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Longtime Berenson assistant Pearson named new Michigan coach
Had spent 23 years behind the Wolverines bench before moving to Michigan Tech.
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Backstrom believes Caps are ‘underdogs’ against Pens
Washington came away with the Presidents' Trophy, but that might not make the the favorite in this series.
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PHT Morning Skate: Are Thornton and Marleau done in San Jose?
Monday's collection of links.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs second-round schedule
How to watch the dramatic action as the field continues to narrow.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Second-round matchups
Four intriguing series have been set.
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Will Senators be able to contain Rick Nash?
Rangers' Rick Nash has been a force to be reckoned with in this postseason and as a left-handed shot who plays to the right side, Nash could give the Senators' defensemen some trouble.
Game 6: Capitals 2, Maple Leafs 1 OT highlights
The Washington Capitals edged out a series-clinching victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs thanks to Marcus Johansson's two goals in the third period and overtime.
Capitals' Holtby must be better vs. Penguins
After getting a scare against the Maple Leafs, the Capitals have to step up their game vs. the Penguins -- especially their team speed and Braden Holtby's play in net.
Capitals close out Maple Leafs after one last OT classic
Now it's onto Penguins vs. Capitals.
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Johansson scores game winner on Maple Leafs in OT
Marcus Johansson scores the game winning goal in overtime to send the Washington Capitals to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Nate Schmidt takes crushing blow from Leo Komarov
Washington Capitals Nate Schmidt gets sent to the locker room after taking a crushing hit from Toronto Maple Leafs Leo Komarov.
Auston Matthews keeps goal streak alive, gives Leafs 1-0 lead in third
Talk about seizing the opportunity.
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Capitals' Johansson sneaks score past Maple Leafs
Washington Capitals' Marcus Johansson sneaks the puck around the post and underneath Toronto Maple Leafs' Frederik Anderson to tie the game a 1-1 in the third period.
Maple Leafs' Matthews makes magic shot on Capitals
Maple Leafs' Auston Matthews scores the first goal of the game on a wrist shot past Capitals Braden Holtby late in the third period.
Clarke MacArthur, Craig Anderson made Sens win that much more emotional
Today marked high points for two players who have experienced serious lows in recent times.
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Gaudreau, Granlund and Tarasenko: 2017 Lady Byng finalists
Plenty of star power there.
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Game 6: Senators 3, Bruins 2 OT highlights
The Ottawa Senators got goals from Bobby Ryan, Kyle Turris and Clarke MacArthur to clinch the series over the Boston Bruins and advance to the second round.
Bruins hoping to take a step forward after loss
After just missing out on advancing to Game 7 against Ottawa, the Boston Bruins look to take the next step towards success.
MacArthur, Senators end Bruins’ season in OT after controversial calls
Ottawa moves on to face the New York Rangers.
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Senators' depth makes them dangerous
Ottawa Senators Coach Guy Boucher has the perfect system and depth on his roster to keep in position to win in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Senators' MacArthur clinches series over Bruins
Senators' Clarke MacArthur scores the game-winning overtime goal for the Senators to clinch the series 4-2 over the Bruins.
Bergeron takes advantage of slow Sens change, sends Game 6 to OT (Video)
Tying a record with 17 overtime games in one round.
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Bergeron brings Bruins back to tie Senators
Patrice Bergeron knocks in a rebound of a Brad Marchand shot to bring the Bruins even with the Ottawa Senators at 2-2.