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Neuvirth stops Crosby with 50.3 seconds remaining
Sidney Crosby had the chance to force overtime with 50.3 seconds remaining in Game 5, but Flyers goaltender Michal Neuvirth steps up in the crease and makes the critical stop.
Couturier's late goal gives Flyers lead
Sean Couturier scores from near the blue line to put the Philadelphia Flyers up on the Pittsburgh Penguins late in the third period.
Scheifele scores PPG 32 seconds into third period
Mark Scheifele scored on the power play only 32 seconds into the third period as the Jets pad their lead against the Wild.
Fight breaks out after Giroux, Oleksiak collision
Claude Giroux gets laid out in a collision with Jamie Oleksiak, which results in a fight between Oleksiak and Radko Gudas.
Jets chase Dubnyk during dominant first period
An opening period to forget for Minnesota.
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Filppula ties Pens with a shorthanded goal
Valtteri Filppula picks up the rebound and beats Matt Murray to score a shorthanded goal that pulls the Flyers even with the Penguins.
Jets score four first period goals on 10 shots
The Jets got off to a hot start, scoring four goals on 10 shots in the opening period of Game 5 versus the Wild.
Guentzel gives Pens the lead
Jake Guentzel give the Pittsburgh Penguins their first lead of the game over the Philadelphia Flyers in the second period.
Rust ties it for Pens on a wraparound goal
Bryan Rust gets one by Michal Neuvirth on a wraparound to level the score between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers.
Armia continues Jets' scoring spree, makes it 4-0
Joel Armia continues the Winnipeg Jets' scoring blitz, extending the lead to 4-0 over the Minnesota Wild after scoring off of a rebound.
Tanev extends Jets' lead to 3-0 in first period
Brandon Tanev extends the Jets' lead in the first period to 3-0 as he beats Devan Dubnyk as the crowd in Winnipeg erupts.
Bryan Little doubles Jets' lead over Wild
Dustin Byfuglien makes the shot, Bryan Little tips it in to give the Jets a 2-0 lead over the Wild in a must-win Game 5 for Minnesota.
Trouba scores in opening 31 seconds of Game 5
Jacob Trouba got Winnipeg on their feet with an opening goal just 31 seconds into Game 5.
Giroux's one-timer gives Flyers early lead
Claude Giroux scores from the slot to give the Philadelphia Flyers a first-period lead over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Michal Neuvirth gets Game 5 start for Flyers; Couturier returns to lineup
The Philadelphia Flyers are making quite a few lineup changes for Game 5 on Friday night.
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Lady Byng Finalists: Barkov, Karlsson, O'reilly
The Florida Panthers' Aleksander Barkov, Golden Knights' William Karlsson, and Sabres' Ryan O'reilly have been tabbed as the 2018 Lady Byng finalists.
Maple Leafs need more from Auston Matthews
Maple Leafs' star Auston Matthews needs to step up for Toronto if they want to make a comeback in the series against the Boston Bruins.
Barkov, Karlsson, O’Reilly are 2018 Lady Byng Trophy finalists
O'Reilly is the only previous winner.
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Riley Nash has filled Bergeron's shoes well
In the absence of Patrice Bergeron, the Bruins are receiving much-needed contributions from Riley Nash.
Capitals using simpler approach in last two games
The Capitals evened their series against the Blue Jackets by keeping it simple and playing more north-to-south hockey.
WATCH LIVE: Penguins, Jets, Predators look to advance
Three series could end tonight.
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Blue Jackets need to make power play adjustments
The Blue Jackets laid an egg in Game 4, according to John Tortorella, on the power play, but Keith Jones says that's mainly a byproduct of fatigue.
Penguins won’t have Hornqvist; Flyers lineup murky for Game 5
It's unclear which goalie Philly will start, and Sean Couturier is a game-time decision.
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Capitals lose Burakovsky for rest of Blue Jackets series
He needs "minor surgery" after a Boone Jenner hit from Game 2.
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Players claimed off NHL waivers making most of 2nd chances
It's not personal. It's just business. Players realize this.
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Bill Peters opts out of contract to leave Hurricanes; next stop Calgary?
The Hurricanes are now without a head coach and GM.
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Neal appreciates Golden Knights' electric fanbase
James Neal says he has enjoyed the Golden Knights' first season that has defied expectations, and the local fans who have embraced the team.
Tortorella admits Jackets ‘laid an egg’ in Game 4
"We have to figure it out and we will."
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Evander Kane impressing his Sharks teammates
Since coming to San Jose, Evander Kane has had 12 goals in 21 games which makes him our Player on the Rise!
The Buzzer: Ovechkin is clutch
Factoids, tidbits, and more from two playoff games on Thursday.
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Capitals dominate Game 4 to tie series
Braden Holtby made 23 saves on 24 shots and Tom Wilson, T.J. Oshie, Alex Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov each tallied a goal to help the Capitals win Game 4 and tie the best-of-seven series.
Bruins find success while missing star players
The Bruins have played without Zdeno Chara, without Brad Marchand, without Charlie McAvoy and without Patrice Bergeron, but they always find a way to win.
Capitals are finally playing playoff hockey
The Capitals were prepared for Game 4 and it showed out on the ice in the win over the Blue Jackets. With the series headed back to Washington for Game 5, the Caps are in control.
Capitals tie series with Blue Jackets
An impressive showing in taking Game 4 by a score of 4-1.
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Holtby's play kickstarts offense for Washington
Goaltender Braden Holtby's stellar play in net let the Washington Capitals offense play more aggressively, says Jeremy Roenick.
Bruins top Leafs, are one win away from advancing
The Boston Bruins rode Tuukka Rask and a pair of 2-on-1 rushes to defeat the Toronto Maple Leafs and take a 3-1 series lead.
Capitals found playoff mojo in Game 4 win
The Capitals have finally found their playoff mojo, says Jeremy Roenick, and they have the momentum heading into Game 5.
Chara holds Matthews at bay in Game 4
Auston Matthews was kept silent in Game 4 due to a mismatch against Bruins captain Zdeno Chara.
B's got big-time plays from big-time players
The Bruins, thanks to the stellar play from Tuukka Rask, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak, managed to win Game 4 without Patrice Bergeron in the lineup.
Bruins push Leafs to brink
A heartbreaker for Toronto with Patrice Bergeron sidelined.
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Jenner deflection gets CBJ on board late
Blue Jackets' Boone Jenner deflects in a long shot from Josh Anderson to get Columbus on the board late in the third period.
Ovechkin's quick-hitter gives Caps 3-0 lead
Alex Ovechkin's quick wrist shot increases the Washington Capitals' lead over the Columbus Blue Jackets to 3-0.
Krejci, DeBrusk go 2-on-1 to double lead
The Bruins take a huge 3-1 lead in the third period of Game 4 versus the Maple Leafs thanks to a nice 2-on-1 from David Krejci and Jake DeBrusk.
Oshie cleans up rebound to put Caps up 2-0
T.J. Oshie swarms the net to score after Sergei Bobrovsky blocked the first two shots.
Marchand scores off 2-on-1 to put Bruins up
Brad Marchand scores off a nifty pass from David Pastrnak to give the Boston Bruins a 2-1 lead over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Wilson's long-range goal gives Caps an edge
Thomas Vanek pushed the puck from crease to give Sergei Bobrovsky time to recover, but it wasn't enough, as Tom Wilson fired from down low to beat Bobrovsky glove side in the first period.