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Sharks keep stockpiling European free agents, land Sandberg
They also confirmed the signing of Czech d-man Radim Simek.
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Avs dismiss three from coaching staff, but Bednar remains
Assistants Tim Army and Dave Farrish are gone, as is goalie coach Francois Allaire.
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Same lineup expected for Pens, but Sens will have changes
It's possible Colin White, a first-round draft pick in 2015, could make his playoff debut for Ottawa.
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After playing for Canada, journeyman Chris Lee reportedly leaving KHL for NHL
The veteran defenseman has put up big numbers in the KHL -- could he be on his way to Buffalo?
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‘Many teams’ interested in Leafs prospect Toninato, who could go UFA
Minnesota-Duluth captain isn't interested in signing an AHL deal.
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Expansion draft will force Ducks to make some big decisions
Could Cam Fowler be on the move this summer?
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Predators excelling with 'next man up' philosophy
The Nashville Predators are head to the Stanley Cup Final and play-by-play Pete Weber discusses the keys to the team's success.
Ducks forward Sorensen signs in Swedish League
This after making the opening night roster, and appearing in five games.
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Flames d-man Smid signs in Czech League
Veteran missed all of last year with a neck injury.
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‘Our guys know the big picture’: Preds aren’t satisfied with spot in Stanley Cup Final
"It's hard to describe and it's an amazing feeling to win this, and we're not done."
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Predators could become America's team
The Nashville Predators have captivated a national audience with their run to the Stanley Cup Final.
Video: Johansen, Fisher join in Predators’ conference title celebration
Fun stuff as they advance to a franchise-first Stanley Cup Final.
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P.K. Subban: No city in the NHL ‘has anything on Nashville’
What a scene at Bridgestone Arena on Monday.
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Ducks’ Cogliano just doesn’t think Predators were the better team
Ryan Getzlaf describes loss as "the worst feeling in hockey."
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Subban: Predators have 'tremendous composure'
P.K. Subban says the Predators deserve to be in the Stanley Cup Final, having gone through tremendous adversity thanks to team confidence.
Surprise heroes lift Predators to first Cup Final
Colton Sissons, Pontus Aberg and others have surprised as heroes for the Predators in the playoffs, helping the team reach the Stanley Cup Final for the first time ever.
Predators celebrate Western Conference title
The Predators celebrated on ice following their Game 6 win over the Ducks and their Stanley Cup Final berth.
Rinne praises Preds' adjustments during playoffs
Predators' goalie Pekka Rinne discusses how the team was able to adjust to different styles throughout the playoffs and how great it is to celebrate at Stanley Cup berth in Nashville.
Sissons on Rinne: He's our best player every night
Predators' Colton Sissons talks about the team heading to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time and the stellar play of veteran Pekka Rinne.
Game 6: Predators 6, Ducks 3 highlights
Thanks to a hat trick by Colton Sissons, the Predators defeated the Ducks in Game 6 to advance to the Stanley Cup Final.
Predators eliminate Ducks, reach first Stanley Cup Final in franchise history
Much closer than the 6-3 final score.
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Video: Ducks’ 3-3 goal survives goalie interference review
Cam Fowler's goal stands, and it's a new Game 6.
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Preds' Sissons records hat trick in Game 6
Colton Sissons recorded a hat trick in Game 6 against the Ducks with this third period goal that gave the Predators the lead for good.
Coyotes’ Dylan Strome breaks Memorial Cup record with 7 points in game
Quite a game for the still-intriguing prospect.
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Ducks' Cam Fowler ties Game 6 late in third period
Cam Fowler and the Ducks came storming back from a two-goal deficit in Game 6 to tie up the game late in the third period.
Wagner, Ducks inch closer to Predators in Game 6
Chris Wagner and the Ducks cut the Predators' lead to 3-2 in the third period of Game 6 as they fight for their playoff lives.
Predators' Sissons nets second goal of Game 6
Predators' Colton Sissons found the back of the net in the third period of Game 6 to add to Nashville's lead over Anaheim.
Ducks dominate, but Predators enter third up 2-1
Only Ondrej Kase has beaten Pekka Rinne so far for Anaheim.
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Ducks' Kase cuts into Predators lead in Game 6
Ondrej Kase and the Ducks finally got on the board in the second period of Game 6 as they cut into the Predators' lead.
Video: Trisha Yearwood sings national anthem for Preds-Ducks
More star power for Game 6 in Nashville.
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Nick Ritchie ejected after boarding, bloodying Viktor Arvidsson (Video)
The Ducks managed to kill the major penalty.
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Ducks' Ritchie ejected for hit on Preds' Arvidsson
Ducks' Nick Ritchie received a game misconduct in the first period of Game 6 after boarding Predators' Viktor Arvidsson, leaving his face bloodied.
Video: Predators storm off to 2-0 lead, beguile Bernier early on
Can Anaheim fight back? They will need more from their goaltending if so.
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Colton Sissons adds to Predators lead in Game 6
Colton Sissons and the Predators beat Jonathan Bernier again in the first period to make it 2-0 Nashville in Game 6.
No Mike Fisher or Craig Smith for Predators in Game 6
Rickard Rakell is unable to suit up for Anaheim.
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Austin Watson, Predators strike first in Game 6
Austin Watson and the Predators got on the board quickly in Game 6 as they beat Jonathan Bernier in the first period.
Trisha Yearwood sings Anthem before Game 6
Watch country star Trisha Yearwood sing the National Anthem before Game 6 between the Predators and Ducks.
Jonathan Bernier is Ducks’ Game 6 starter, John Gibson isn’t even dressing
Jhonas Enroth serves as the No. 2 for Anaheim.
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Karlsson, Brassard, Ceci will play in Game 6
The Senators are ailing entering Game 6 against the Penguins, but Ottawa players that left Game 5 will be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Will Boucher's handling of goalies affect Game 6?
Guy Boucher made three goalie changes in the Senators' 7-0 loss to the Penguins in Game 5. Will the effects carry over to Game 6?
WATCH LIVE: Anaheim Ducks at Nashville Predators – Game 6
Will Nashville advance or will Anaheim force a Game 7?
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Report: Sharks sign Czech d-man Simek
Apparently beat out the Rangers to acquire his services.
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Smith could re-up with Rangers, agent expects Gorton meeting soon
"He's more than open to coming back."
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Penguins redefining defense by committee
They do not have anybody playing the workload of a traditional No. 1 or No. 2 defenseman.
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Gibson skates, could start as Ducks face elimination
"When they skate, usually that leads you to believe that there is a great opportunity for him to play."
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Report: Thornton knee injury mostly MCL, not ACL damage
Which is significant, given he's a pending UFA.
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Karlsson, Brassard and Ceci all good to go in Game 6 for Senators
They could also be getting Mark Borowiecki back.
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No hearing scheduled for Wingels after Wilson elbow
The incident occurred in the final seconds of Pittsburgh's blowout win over Ottawa on Sunday.
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Report: Defenseman Viktor Antipin expected to join Sabres next week
The 24-year-old spent the past six seasons playing in the KHL.
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Blues owner gives Armstrong vote of confidence
The longtime GM has just one year left on his contract.
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Report: ‘Hawks could add Ulf Samuelsson to coaching staff
He would replace Mike Kitchen, who was fired in April.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Monday, May 22
The Preds are one win away from a berth in the Stanley Cup Final.
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PHT Morning Skate: Is it time for the Wild to blow up their roster?
Monday's collection of links.
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Former Blackhawks defenseman Bill White dies at 77
He also played for the L.A. Kings and Canada's 1972 Summit Series team.
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Johansen expected to make full recovery after surgery
David Poile: Johansen has "no permanent injury to his muscle, nerves or blood vessels."
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Ducks injury woes: Eaves and Rakell will miss Game 6
John Gibson (lower-body injury) will be re-evaluated tomorrow, said Carlyle.
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Phil Kessel came to the rescue after Nick Bonino’s truck broke down
"I owe a lot to Phil tonight for being here" for Game 5, said Bonino.
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Guy Boucher explains why he kept changing goalies in Game 5
He made three goalie changes in the Ottawa Senators 7-0 Game 5 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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Sweden defeats Canada in the shootout to win 2017 World Championship
Great performance in net from Henrik Lundqvist.
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Senators pulled Erik Karlsson to save him for Game 6
Derrick Brassard and Cody Ceci also exited the game.
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Senators must bounce back in Game 6
The Ottawa Senators got destroyed by the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 5, but teams have had a knack of coming back stronger following a blowout loss in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Should NHL suspend Tommy Wingels for elbow?
Ottawa Senators forward Tommy Wingels caught Pittsburgh's Scott Wilson with an elbow at the end of Game 5 and the NHL on NBC crew debates whether it is worthy of a one-game ban.
Game 5: Penguins 7, Senators 0 highlights
The Penguins used seven goals from seven different players to annihilate the Senators in Game 5 to take a 3-2 series lead back to Ottawa.
Bonino: 'We wanted to focus on our starts'
Nick Bonino registered two assists in Pittsburgh's 7-0 win over the Senators and says the key was jumping out to an early lead.
Penguins send Senators to brink of elimination after dominating Game 5
Great start for Pittsburgh. Disastrous start for Ottawa.
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Penguins, Daley blast another PP goal vs. Senators
Trevor Daley rips a power play goal past Mike Condon as the Penguins increase their lead over the Senators to 7-0.
Penguins, Kessel score another power play goal
Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby and Phil Kessel link up for a power play goal as the Penguins' lead moves to 6-0.
Matt Cullen gives Penguins a 5-0 lead in Game 5
Mark Streit hits an open Matt Cullen in front of the net as the Penguins build their lead to 5-0 in the second period.
Craig Anderson had a rough first period for the Senators
He gave up three goals, was benched, returned to the game, then gave up a fourth goal.
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Pens increase lead to 4-0 thanks to Scott Wilson
Scott Wilson continued the Penguins hot first period in Game 5 by putting home a rebound to give Pittsburgh a 4-0 lead.
Nick Bonino blasts failed clearance in for goal
Nick Bonino fires in a goal to make it 3-0 in Game 5 after the Penguins kept the puck in the offensive zone.
Sidney Crosby redirects shot for power play goal
Sidney Crosby deflects a shot from Trevor Daley on the power play to give the Penguins a 2-0 lead on the Senators in Game 5.
Olli Määttä scores to give Penguins a lead
The Pittsburgh Penguins take an early lead thanks to a long-range goal from Olli Määttä.
Bryan Rust returns to Penguins lineup; Schultz, Hornqvist remain out
Conor Sheary will also be a healthy scratch for the Pittsburgh Penguins for Game 5 on Sunday afternoon.
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WATCH LIVE: Penguins vs. Senators, Game 5
You can watch Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals on NBC or online on our Live Stream.
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WATCH LIVE: Canada vs. Sweden, World Championships Gold Medal Game
Watch all of the action here on our Live Stream.
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Senators power play stuck in slump
They have not scored a power play goal since Game 1 of their second-round series against the New York Rangers.
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Murray gets Game 5 start for Penguins; injured players game-time decisions
Patric Hornqvist, Bryan Rust and Justin Schultz remain game-time decisions for the Penguins.
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Russia tops Finland to take Bronze at World Championships
Nikita Gusev scored two goals and picked up an assist in the win.
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WATCH LIVE: Russia vs. Finland, World Championship Bronze Medal Game
You can watch all of the action on our Live Stream.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Sunday, May 21
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators meet for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final.
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Pontus Aberg ‘face planted … and lost my tooth’ before scoring winning goal for Predators
Nashville wins Game 5, moves one victory away from a berth in the Stanley Cup Final.
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Game 5: Predators 3, Ducks 1 highlights
The Predators moved to within a win of the Stanley Cup Final as they held on in Game 5 to beat the Anaheim Ducks on the road and take a 3-2 series lead.
John Gibson (lower-body injury) seems confident he’ll be ready for Game 6
Randy Carlyle cautioned that Gibson will be evaluated a couple of times before then.
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Predators win Game 5, push Ducks to brink of elimination
Nashville can clinch a berth in the Stanley Cup Final with a win Monday.
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Preds' Rinne: Had to be good if we wanted to win
Predators goalie Pekka Rinne talks about the adversity the team faced heading into Game 5 and how they hope to close out the series at home in Game 6.
Aberg gives Predators lead late in Game 5
Pontus Aberg's diving effort gave the Predators a 2-1 lead late in the 3rd period of Game 5 against the Ducks.
Predators' Colin Wilson ties up Game 5 vs. Ducks
Colin Wilson and the Predators tied up Game 5 late in the second period with this power play goal.
Chris Wagner gives Ducks lead in Game 5
Chris Wagner put back a rebound off Pekka Rinne to give the Ducks a 1-0 lead over the Predators.
Ducks’ Jonathan Bernier takes over in net to begin second period (Updated)
Gibson is "questionable" to return due to a lower-body injury.
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Ducks’ Rickard Rakell will miss Game 5 with lower-body injury
And Preds' captain Mike Fisher wasn't on the ice for warm-ups.
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Report: Ryan Johansen diagnosed with acute compartment syndrome
From the AAOS: Without treatment, it can lead to permanent muscle damage.
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WATCH LIVE: Nashville Predators at Anaheim Ducks
The Western Conference Final is tied 2-2.
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Carlyle: Eaves skated Saturday, could be ‘one step closer to joining our lineup’
Anaheim's coach would like to remind you that the Ducks have also had an injury to a key player.
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Coyotes sign Oliver Ekman-Larsson’s brother Kevin to AHL deal
"OEL" pictured, not Kevin.
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Sweden beats Finland, will face Canada for gold at Worlds
Russia will face Finland for the bronze medal.
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Penguins’ Sullivan considers Schultz Game 5 return ‘a possibility’
Schultz, Bryan Rust and Patric Hornqvist all considered "day-to-day."
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NHL fines Getzlaf $10K for ‘inappropriate remark’ from Game 4
Not long after Kevin Pillar's two game suspension by the Blue Jays.
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WATCH LIVE: Sweden vs. Finland, World Hockey Championship semifinal
Currently underway, winner faces Canada for the gold medal.
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Let’s appreciate the unpredictable Stanley Cup Playoffs
Will it be the Predators or Ducks vs. the Penguins or Senators?
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Canada continues to torment Russia with stunning comeback at Worlds
Canada will face Sweden or Finland for the gold medal.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Saturday, May 20
Key information for Nashville Predators - Anaheim Ducks Game 5.
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WATCH LIVE: Canada vs. Russia, World Hockey Championship semifinal
The latest chapter in the classic international hockey rivalry.
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Matt Murray was ‘solid’ for Penguins in return to starting role
He made 24 saves for the win - in his first start of the playoffs.
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NHL confirms dates for 2017 Stanley Cup Final
Game 1 goes May 29. Teams have yet to be decided.
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Sullivan: Chad Ruhwedel has a concussion
The Penguins defenseman left the game after a hit late in the first period.
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Penguins make Craig Anderson feel uncomfortable
The Penguins managed to do something that didn't happen in their 5-1 loss, they got bodies to the net which made Craig Anderson feel uncharacteristically uncomfortable.
Penguins' goalie controversy an amicable one
Matt Murray was a difference-maker in Game 4 and Jeremy Roenick gives credit to not only Mike Sullivan for the roster change, but also Marc-Andre Fleury for showing his teammate support.
Matt Murray 'came back stronger' after injury
Matt Murray explains when he found out about starting in Game 4 and how he put a lot of time and work into his rehab to be ready for the Penguins.
Penguins' Jake Guentzel 'playing some sick hockey'
Rookie Jake Guentzel has scored nine goals thus far this postseason and shows no signs of slowing down. Jeremy Roenick and Keith Jones applaud Guentzel's versatility and his on-ice grind.
Penguins hold off late Sens’ surge to win Game 4
They even the Eastern Conference Final at 2-2.
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Crosby dominates one-on-one battles in Game 4
Whether it was in the faceoff circle or along the boards, Sidney Crosby made his presence felt with a goal and an assist in the Penguins' win in Game 4.
Crosby: Penguins wanted a better start in Game 4
Sidney Crosby walks through his second-period goal in the Penguins' Game 4 win and discusses fending off the late push from the Senators, the long list of injuries and a Pittsburgh goalie battle.
Game 4: Penguins 3, Senators 2 highlights
The Penguins survived a chaotic finish and late push by the Senators to squeak by with a Game 4 win against Ottawa, 3-2.
Senators' Pyatt deflects puck past Pens' Murray
The puck deflects off the skate of Tom Pyatt to pull the Senators within one goal with less than five minutes remaining in the third period of Game 4.
Clarke MacArthur gets the Senators on the board
Bobby Ryan's spin pass finds the stick of Clarke MacArthur to finish up the sequence and get the Senators on the board.
Dumoulin's shot ricochets off Phaneuf and into net
Brian Dumoulin's shot goes ricocheting off of Senators' Dion Phaneuf and past Craig Anderson for a 3-0 lead in favor of the Penguins.
Crosby buries puck in the corner, Pens up 2-0
Sidney Crosby is left wide open and keeps with the puck to beat Craig Anderson in the corner for a Penguins power play goal and 2-0 lead.
Video: Bobby Ryan crunches Chad Ruhwedel, who has yet to return
For now, Pittsburgh is down to five defensemen.
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‘Nothing’s going to be easy’ for the Preds, especially after the loss of Ryan Johansen
Devastating news for Nashville, with the Western Conference Final tied 2-2.
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Cole crushes Ryan into the boards for Ruhwedel hit
Ian Cole slams Bobby Ryan into the corner boards after a huge hit delivered to Chad Ruhwedel to end the first.
Maatta scores with 46 seconds to play in first
Olli Maatta scores his first goal of the Stanley Cup Playoffs with 46 seconds remaining in the first period of Game 4. Penguins take a 1-0 lead and momentum over the Senators into the first intermission.
Can Predators overcome loss of Ryan Johansen?
The Predators will be without their top centerman, Ryan Johansen, after undergoing thigh surgery following Game 4.
WATCH LIVE: Pittsburgh Penguins at Ottawa Senators – Game 4
The Sens can take a stranglehold lead of the Eastern Conference Final with a win.
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Predators’ Johansen done for playoffs after surgery
A massive, massive blow to the Nasville Predators.
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Ward expected to be ready for next season after shoulder surgery
Veteran Sharks forward opted to go under the knife, rather than rehab the injury.
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Report: Buchberger, Gomez candidates to join Isles’ coaching staff
Would join Luke Richardson, who was hired yesterday.
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Could the ‘Hawks be forced to move Anisimov?
It's been rumored.
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Guy Boucher explains why power plays get ‘difficult’ in the playoffs
"It's a lot easier to destroy something than it is to build something."
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For second straight year, Sullivan gambles with goalies
Pittsburgh's head coach has traveled down this road before.
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No reinforcements coming for Penguins
Justin Schultz, Bryan Rust and Patric Hornqvist remain out with injuries.
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DWTC: Zach Rodier's surprise of a lifetime
Watch as 12 year old Zach Rodier’s foundation ‘Push For Sled Hockey’ earned him a surprise of a lifetime.
DWTC: Zach Rodier and ‘Push For Sled Hockey’
Get to know Zach Rodier, a 12 year old who has always loved hockey, and now he has found a way to share that love and give back: by creating Push For Sled Hockey.
Bolts ‘very interested’ in extending Budaj
"We were very pleased with the finish to the season Peter had."
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Burrows a game-time decision for Senators
The veteran winger was forced to leave Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Penguins.
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Murray starting over Fleury for Penguins in Game 4
The Penguins have made significant goalie goalie changes before to great success, but will it work this time?
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Sens to wear Canadian flag stickers on their helmets
It's been a long time since a team from Canada won the Stanley Cup.
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Coyotes investing heavily in Euro scouting, after years of scraping by
"It’s gotten more and more competitive to find good players."
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Ducks need to do better job of staying out of box
Anaheim took four bad penalties in the third period of Game 4.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Friday, May 19
Is it time for Pittsburgh to start Matt Murray?
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What Mike Fisher’s injury could mean for Predators
Meanwhile, optimism regarding Rickard Rakell for the Ducks.
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Game 4: Ducks 3, Predators 2 (OT)
A late rally from the Predators forced OT in Game 4 but it was Anaheim who scored the OT-winner to tie the series at two.
What happens to Predators if Fisher misses Game 5?
Predators captain Mike Fisher left Game 4 and would not return. Head coach Peter Laviolette didn't have an update, but if Fisher was to miss Game 5 his on-ice leadership and penalty kill will be missed.
Ducks overcome adversity to win Game 4 in OT
The Ducks overcame a third-period collapse, multiple non-calls and a potentially game-changing 5-on-3 to bounce back in OT and take Game 4. For that, Jeremy Roenick says they deserve a lot of credit.
Ducks take wild Game 4 in OT vs. Predators, tie series 2-2
Anaheim gets some late luck.
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Ducks' Thompson on OT-winner: That was all Perry
Ducks' Nate Thompson gives Corey Perry credit for the OT-winner and discusses the team's ability to regroup following a third-period collapse.
Ducks' Perry, Thompson combine for OT-winner
Corey Perry and Nate Thompson helped the Ducks to a Game 4 win in OT, tying up the series at two games apiece.
Preds tie Ducks with 34 seconds remaining
The Predators don't back down from John Gibson, fighting for the game-tying goal from Filip Forsberg with less than a minute remaining in regulation.
Video: Rinne’s ridiculous save, Subban’s goal gives Preds a chance
Anaheim needs to withstand a big push.
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Subban notches major goal to get Preds into Game 4
Smashville erupts as P.K. Subban beats John Gibson with a near-perfect shot to get the Predators on the board for the first time in Game 4.
Crosby, Malkin struggling to score against Senators
Penguins need more from them ... but how much more can they expect?
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Nick Ritchie doubles Ducks' lead over Predators
Nick Ritchie successfully uses Roman Josi as the screen and snaps his wrist shot past Pekka Rinne with the Ducks' 2-0 lead.
Milbury, Jones would start Murray over Fleury for Penguins in Game 4
Murray's patient style is one reason why, as you can see in the video.
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Ducks' Rakell beats Rinne for 1-0 lead
A line change from the Predators leaves Rickard Rakell wide open to take the shot on Pekka Rinne and give the Ducks a 1-0 lead.
Video: Kelly Clarkson sings national anthem for Ducks – Predators Game 4
Kings of Leon are in the house, too.
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Kelly Clarkson sings Game 4 anthem
Kelly Clarkson is the latest A-list singer to sing the national anthem in support of the Nashville Predators.
Ducks – Predators Game 4 lineups: Bieksa replaces Theodore
No Harry Z for the Predators.
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Murray's patience makes him a must-start in Game 4
Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan wouldn't name a starting goaltender for Game 4, but Matt Murray appears to be Pittsburgh's best option against the Senators.
Pens' Crosby, Malkin must step up in Game 4
Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin have struggled against the Senators and that'll have to change if the Penguins want to avoid a 3-1 series deficit.
WATCH LIVE: Anaheim Ducks at Nashville Predators – Game 4
Can the Predators win a 10th straight playoff game at home?
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2018 Olympics chief says NHL not being greedy, will cooperate
"They didn't ask too many requests beyond our expectations."
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‘Boring’ or not, the Senators are sticking with their style
Guy Boucher is the architect of the 1-3-1, and he doesn't really care what others think of it.
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Ducks plan to stop Preds from ‘taking runs’ at Gibson
"It's pretty simple what you got to do."
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What makes Wayne Gretzky great?
NHL legend Phil Esposito discusses what makes Wayne Gretzky "The Great One".
Coyotes promote Steve Sullivan to assistant GM
He'll be in charge of Arizona's AHL affiliate in Tucson.
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Could Gretzky, Lemieux, Orr play in today's NHL?
NHL legends Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and Bobby Orr discuss the differences between NHL eras including speed, equipment and arena sizes and joke about whether they could play in today's NHL.
Fleury, Murray and Sullivan all mum on Game 4 starter
But there was a possible sign at Thursday's practice.
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NHL nearing record for one-goal games in Stanley Cup Playoffs
There have already been 46. The record is 51.
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Stars GM has talked about trading third overall draft pick
Dallas may be looking to get "an established player" back.
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Finnished: U.S. crashes out of Worlds with disappointing loss
Finished atop Group A, but gone in the quarterfinal.
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’87 Oilers, ’77 Habs among greatest NHL teams of all time
Edmonton had this guy named Gretzky, who was pretty good.
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No real surprise Penguins are trailing Senators
Without Kris Letang, it was always going to be tough to match last year's dominance.
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Isles name Luke Richardson assistant coach
A former teammate of bench boss Doug Weight.
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Swedish League champ loses another to NHL — this time, it’s Sandberg
HV71 has already seen goalie Linus Soderstrom and forward Andreas Borgman ink overseas.
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NHL unveils 20 greatest teams of all time
Four of the powerhouse Edmonton squads from the 80's cracked the list.
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‘Hawks name Jeremy Colliton head coach of their AHL affiliate
The 32-year-old had been coaching in Sweden for the last four seasons.
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‘I wish we wouldn’t have done that’: Wild owner regrets Martin Hanzal trade
They gave up three draft picks to get him.
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Thursday, May 18
The Ducks look to even up their series against Nashville (8 p.m. ET on NBCSN or the NBC Sports app).
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PHT Morning Skate: Pens fans name newborn baby after Phil Kessel
Thursday's collection of links.
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Video: Is Sidney Crosby tired? Jeremy Roenick wonders if he is 100 percent
Injuries and fatigue could be an issue for the Penguins star.
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Bobby Orr's advice to Connor McDavid
Bobby Orr has spent two decades advising young players about having a life in hockey and his advice to Connor McDavid is to work as hard off the ice as you do on it.
NHL legends on introduction of 3-on-3 OT
Could Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr and Mario Lemieux take on Sidney Crosby, Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith in 3-on-3 OT? The idea was quickly laughed off, but the legends agree the change has been a welcomed...
Kunitz: Penguins ‘should be embarrassed’ by start against Senators
Not every reaction was totally negative.
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NHL legends on winning the Stanley Cup
The NHL legends reminisce about the importance of the Stanley Cup and being able to lift it for the first time in their careers while Mario Lemieux reveals how it ended up broken in his pool.
Could Crosby, Toews keep with 70's style of play?
Blackhawks and Penguins captains Jonathan Toews and Sidney Crosby discuss whether or not they'd be able to play in the eras of Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr and Mario Lemieux.
Fleury or Murray for Penguins in Game 4? Sullivan won’t say
He calls that bad first-period performance a "wake-up call."
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Matt Murray a no-brainer in net for Penguins?
Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan wouldn't commit to naming a netminder for Game 4, but after Marc-Andre Fleury's performance it makes sense to go with Matt Murray.
Game 3: Senators 5, Penguins 1 highlights
The Senators took a commanding four-goal lead in the first period and added one more goal in the second to beat the Penguins 5-1 in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final.
Crosby not playing like Crosby in ECF
Sidney Crosby isn't looking like himself in the Eastern Conference Final and that has Jeremy Roenick wondering if something is wrong with the Penguins' star or if he's just run down.
Brassard: Tonight was our best playoff game
Derick Brassard said this was by far the Senators' best playoff game but he fully expects the Penguins to bounce back in Game 4.
Senators dominate Penguins in Game 3, take 2-1 series lead
It was over early, and it wasn't ever close.
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Sidney Crosby breaks goal slump, for whatever that’s worth (Video)
Perhaps a confidence-booster for Pittsburgh's power play, too.
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Crosby PPG finally gets Penguins into Game 3
Sidney Crosby gets his first point of the Eastern Conference Final with a power play goal in the third period. Senators still hold a four-goal lead.
Turris pads Senators' Game 3 lead over Penguins
Kyle Turris and the Senators added to their big Game 3 lead in the second period, making it 5-0 over the Penguins.