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Disallowed goal didn’t ‘deflate’ Preds
"But it is unfortunate -- we thought it was a goal," said captain Mike Fisher.
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Sheary on Guentzel: Pens 'just needed one play'
Conor Sheary sounds off on Jake Guentzel's game-winning goal and the confidence that comes with winning Game 1, even if they have "a lot better" in the locker room.
Predators, Penguins' psychological battles
Game 1 served as a wake-up call for both the Penguins and Predators' Pekka Rinne and according to Mike Milbury, left the teams facing psychological battles as well as physical ones.
Pens need speed, Preds need discipline in Game 2
From a bounce back game for Pekka Rinne to increased speed from the Penguins and discipline for the Predators. Brian Boucher and Anson Carter make their predictions for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Do Penguins need more emotional commitment?
The Penguins got the win, but they still have plenty to work on prior to Game 2. Keith Jones and Mike Milbury dissect Game 1 play with Milbury calling for more emotional commitment and speed.
Rinne not carrying his weight in Game 1
Pekka Rinne didn't face a shot for just over 37 minutes, but wasn't able to make the crucial stops. Brian Boucher says the goaltender didn't carry his weight for the Preds and expects better in Game 2.
Penguins' Matt Murray was solid in Game 1
Matt Murray helped his team to a 5-3 win in Game 1, but despite the series lead and solid play in net, both Brian Boucher and Anson Carter agree the netminder wasn't necessarily phenomenal between the pipes...
Pens' Guentzel: Pittsburgh 'resilient' in Game 1
Penguins' Jake Guentzel talks to Pierre McGuire about the positivity and resiliency displayed by the Penguins to grind out a Game 1 win.
SCF Game 1: Penguins 5, Predators 3 highlights
The Penguins scored three goals in the first and ultimately won 5-3, but had to hold off a Predators comeback to take Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Penguins score on first shot in nearly 38 minutes
Jake Guentzel's go-ahead goal gives the Penguins a one-goal advantage late in Game 1 after nearly 38 minutes without a shot on goal from Pittsburgh.
Preds' Gaudreau beats Pens' Murray to tie game
Predators' Frederick Gaudreau beats Penguins' Matt Murray to tie the game at 3-3 in the third period.
Predators' Sissons makes it one-goal game
Predators' Colton Sissons deflects in Roman Josi's shot on the power play to make it a one-goal game vs. the Penguins in the third.
Predators hold Penguins without a shot in second, now down 3-1 in Game 1
Only Ryan Ellis gets a goal by Matt Murray.
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Ellis PPG gets Predators on the board
Ryan Ellis utilizes the screen set up by Viktor Arvidsson to find the back of the net and cut the Predators' deficit by one on the power play.
Video: Calls go Penguins’ way early in Game 1; own goal plagues Predators
Sidney Crosby got away with one when Penguins were on a 5-on-3.
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Preds' Ekholm deflects puck past Rinne, Pens score
Nick Bonino's one-handed shot is deflected by Pekka Rinne, but a bounce off the knee of Predators' Mattias Ekholm finds the back of the net for a Penguins goal.
Penguins' Sheary extends lead to 2-0 in first
Penguins' Conor Sheary puts it in the back of the net off a great assist from Chris Kunitz to extend the lead to 2-0 over the Predators.
Malkin blasts the puck past Rinne
Evgeni Malkin fires the puck through net-front traffic and hits Pekka Rinne's glove before finding the back of the goal for a 1-0 Penguins lead off the 5-on-3 power play.
Subban goal waved off hours after Bettman defends offside challenges
Filip Forsberg was deemed offside by a hair.
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Subban's goal overturned in Game 1 of SCF
P.K. Subban's first-period goal was determined to be offsides as the Penguins and Predators remain scoreless.
Updated Stanley Cup Final lineups: Carl Hagelin, Colin Wilson out in Game 1
Patric Hornqvist, Mike Fisher, and Craig Smith draw in.
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Daly addresses Voynov potentially returning to Kings
"I've heard from time to time that he might have an interest in coming back to the National Hockey League, but that hasn't advanced in any material way to this point."
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Bettman dismisses Penguins’ complaints about Crosby treatment
He dismissed the criticism as gamesmanship and trying to "tweak" the officials.
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Tampa awarded the 2018 All-Star Game, further dampening Olympic hopes
That's because the last three Olympic years (2006, 2010, 2014), there has been no All-Star Game.
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Could Larry Robinson be joining the Florida Panthers?
Because the rumblings are out there.
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Capitals to host Maple Leafs in outdoor game at U.S. Naval Academy
This edition of the Stadium Series takes place in Annapolis, Maryland next March.
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WATCH LIVE: Stanley Cup Final – Predators vs. Penguins – Game 1
Tune to NBCSN before and after Game 1; NBC covers Game 1 itself.
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The Senators have a very, very, very long list of injuries from the playoffs
Ottawa's GM: "I think (Cody Ceci) had his finger broken 17 times.
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After earning Memorial Cup MVP, Coyotes prospect Dylan Strome faces another important offseason
His experience at the Memorial Cup included a record-breaking performance.
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Here’s how the Penguins will line up for Game 1
Patric Hornqvist is back, while it looks like Carl Hagelin could be out.
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Here’s how the Predators will line up for Game 1
No Ryan Johansen, but Nashville's strength is on defense.
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Sens GM doesn’t rule out possibility of asking Dion Phaneuf to waive NMC for expansion draft
"That's something we're going to talk internally (about) in the next few weeks."
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Longtime d-man Ozolinsh named head coach of KHL club
Promoted to bench boss of Dinamo Riga.
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Martin could be option for Vegas, but hopes to stick with Leafs
"I hope I stay in Toronto. I love it there."
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Pressure’s on for Guentzel to start scoring again
Assuming he even plays tonight.
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Here are PHT’s Stanley Cup Final predictions
Humans love the Penguins. The Random Thing Picker? Not so much.
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After winning the Memorial Cup, Habs’ Sergachev is hoping to play in the NHL next season
"I want to move on and play in the NHL next year and try to win another cup."
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What is the Penguins biggest weakness?
Pierre McGuire looks ahead to the Stanley Cup Final between the Penguins and Predators and discusses the keys for both teams.
2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Monday, May 29
Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.
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Stanley Cup experience ‘doesn’t guarantee anything’ for Penguins
The Preds may have been a wild card team, but they've gained strength during the playoffs.
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Maple Leafs prospect Jeremy Bracco leads Windsor Spitfires to Memorial Cup title
He had a three-point night, including an assist on the eventual winner.
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Why the Stanley Cup is 'The People's Cup'
Champions travel the world with the Stanley Cup and Philip Pritchard, Keeper of the Cup, has gotten to see first-hand just how much of an impact it has made in the lives of fans and players alike.
Laviolette: Early struggles, injuries made Predators ‘stronger as a team’
That first month of the season wasn't very good for Nashville. That was a long time ago, too.
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How do you handle losing the Stanley Cup?
There's no second place trophy in hockey, so how do NHL players deal with the disappointment of losing out on the Stanley Cup? Blackhawks' Bobby Hull and Tony Esposito describe the bitterness that comes...
Bobby Orr, Boston Bruins remember 'The Goal'
Bobby Orr, John Bucyk and other members of the Boston Bruins look back at the most recognizable Stanley Cup-winning goal in history; Orr's leap through the air in Game 4 OT against the Blues.
Next goal wins: OT goals to win the Stanley Cup
Looking back at the 17 times that the final goal of the last game won the Stanley Cup.
History of the Stanley Cup
One hundred years ago the Stanley Cup had already become the Holy Grail of hockey, but how did it come to be? Well, you have Frederick Arthur Stanley (a.k.a Lord Stanley) to thank for his donation in 1892.
Predators’ Fisher, Penguins’ Hornqvist could return for Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final
Their respective coaches seem very optimistic.
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On the big stage, Subban can’t escape ‘The Trade’
"I guess you could say I'm definitely happier."
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Pekka Rinne finding consistency at the right time for Predators
Rinne is one of the biggest reasons the Nashville Predators are in the Stanley Cup Final.
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Minus Johansen, the Preds have ‘some big shoes’ to fill
Colton Sissons stepped up big time against the Ducks, but now he'll be facing Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin.
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Fleury trying not to think about if this is his last run with Penguins
He is just trying to take it day-by-day and enjoy the experience.
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Penguins can become first repeat champs of NHL’s salary-cap era
"Winning it once is hard enough, but trying to do it twice in a row is even harder."
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Kunitz, Cullen know this might be their last kick at the can
Pittsburgh's two oldest forwards are trying to savor the moment.
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For Penguins’ defense, it’s been a group effort to replace Letang
And so far, it's gone pretty well.
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Bobby Ryan doesn’t seem too concerned about being taken in the expansion draft
He thinks his contract is a big reason why.
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Wild GM is hopeful prized prospect Kirill Kaprizov will join Minny for 2018-19 season
Despite rumors the former fifth-round pick agreed to terms on a long-term deal in the KHL.
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AP sources: Capitals to host Maple Leafs in outdoor game at Naval Academy
These teams met in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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Trio of Red Wings prospects ‘making a statement’ in AHL Calder Cup playoffs
Tomas Nosek, Tyler Bertuzzi and Evgeny Svechnikov could push for NHL roster spots next season.
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Coyotes’ Rieder undergoes ankle surgery, expected to be out 8-12 weeks
With that timeline, he should be ready for training camp.
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Despite concussion history, Clarke MacArthur says ‘I’m going to play if I can’
He suffered another concussion during training camp, once again forcing him to miss most of the regular season.
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David Poile finally rewarded with first trip to Stanley Cup Final in 35 years as a GM
Brian Burke: "The hockey community in general is elated for him."
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Who will win Stanley Cup in NHL's 100th season?
The NHL's stellar centennial season comes to a close with the Stanley Cup Final between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Nashville Predators starting on Monday (May 29, 8 p.m. ET, NBC).
Revisiting the Patric Hornqvist-James Neal trade three years later
When Jim Rutherford took over the Pittsburgh Penguins in the summer of 2014 he was inheriting a team that was coming off of one of its more disappointing postseason exits, having blown a 3-1 series lead to...
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Laviolette, Sullivan meet in 1st all-US coaches Cup Final
Hockey history will be made for American coaches in the Stanley Cup Final.
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The Predators built the NHL’s best defense, and it is going to be around for a while
They are going to make the Predators contenders for the foreseeable future.
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Here are your officials for the 2017 Stanley Cup Final
Dan O Halloran and Brad Meier lead an experienced group of officials.
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Blackhawks sign Michal Kempny to one-year contract
The Blackhawks now have seven defensemen under contract for next season.
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Canucks GM wants Miller back, bringing rebuild into question again
Keeping Chris Tanev and Alex Edler are debatable, but Miller is the toughest sell.
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Penguins’ Sullivan believes resiliency is ‘strength of this team’
"It's something every night," Chris Kunitz said.
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Breaking: Predators’ Laviolette has not tried Nashville’s ‘hot chicken’ yet
This post's main image illustrates how much water he would need to cool off.
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‘Making Gretzky’s head bleed’ wasn’t so easy for ‘Swingers’ filmmaker
A great story about Vince Vaughn, video game violence and hockey mockery.
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Price’s agent, Canadiens’ GM expected to meet next week
Carey Price will be eligible to sign a new contract extension on July 1.
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Stanley Cup Final odds: Penguins open as favorites over Predators
The series begins on Monday night in Pittsburgh.
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Canucks sign free agent defenseman Philip Holm to one-year deal
The Vancouver Canucks announced on Friday that they have signed free agent defenseman Philip Holm to a one-year, entry-level contract. Before signing with the Canucks Holm had been rumored to be on the...
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Sabres fire AHL coach Dan Lambert
The Sabres' organizational overhaul continues.
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Report: KHL team in talks with Capitals’ Orlov
He will be a restricted free agent this summer.
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Penguins' Murray was top player in ECF
With his stellar play in the net for Pittsbugh, Matt Murray has earned the Eastern Conference FInals Player of the Series!
Penguins’ run to Stanley Cup Final filled with challenges
Injuries and what seemed to be a grueling path through the Metropolitan Division have not slowed them down.
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No Nashville hot chicken for Predators' Laviolette
Peter Laviolette hasn't had the signature Nashville dish yet and doesn't plan on it anytime soon.
Predators expected to play for Stanley Cup early
Peter Laviolette explains why the Nashville Predators expected to be competing in the Stanley Cup much earlier than everyone else did.
How Predators' Laviolette prepares for Cup Final
Peter Laviolette talks about the Senators-Penguins Game 7 and preparing for the Stanley Cup Final.
Sharks director of player development Larry Robinson won’t return next season
He's spent the last five years with San Jose.
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Chris Kunitz found the fountain of youth in Game 7
Chris Kunitz had one of the biggest games of his career in the Penguins' win.
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Stanley Cup Final schedule: Predators vs. Penguins
It all begins on Monday, May 29, with coverage on NBC and NBCSN.
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Crosby: Kunitz has knack for being big-game player
Sidney Crosby gives credit for Craig Anderson in the back-and-forth Game 7, lets making the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight year sink in and discusses Chris Kunitz's game contributions.
Penguins' Chris Kunitz plays Game 7 hero
Chris Kunitz's unlikely heroics came at the perfect time, scoring twice for the Penguins in Game 7 against the Senators, including the 2OT game-winner.
Pens a tough matchup for Predators
Even though the Penguins went seven games, Pittsburgh poses some serious problems for the Predators in the Stanley Cup Final.
Pens' Murray: 'We were the better team all series'
Penguins goalie Matt Murray says Pittsburgh "deserved" the win after being the better team all series but expects a big test from the "inspired" Predators.
Game 7: Penguins 3, Senators 2 (2OT)
Chris Kunitz scored two goals, including the game-winner in double overtime to lead the Penguins over the Senators in Game 7 and into the Stanley Cup Final.
Kunitz: We have to prepare for Predators' speed
Chris Kunitz, the Game 7 hero, breaks down his two goals of the night and discusses preparing for a different kind of team in the Predators.
Pens' Kunitz ends 2OT with second goal of Game 7
Chris Kunitz secures the Penguins' place in the 2017 Stanley Cup Final by beating Craig Anderson for the second time in Game 7, eliminating the Senators in 2OT.
Penguins – Senators Game 7 goes to double overtime, try to breathe
A thrilling, but scoreless first overtime just passed.
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Brace yourselves, Senators – Penguins Game 7 goes to overtime
Game 7 is going down to the wire.
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Senators tie Penguins in Game 7 for second time
Ryan Dzingel comes up big for the Senators, tying the game at two late in period three.
Schultz blindsides Anderson with go-ahead PPG
Penguins' Justin Schultz perfectly utilizes Chris Kunitz as the screen in front of Craig Anderson to take the netminder by surprise with the tie-breaking PPG.
Video: Marc Methot’s impressive hip check on Evgeni Malkin
How many players can do that to the big, talented Penguins forward?
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Calm, then storm: Penguins, Senators trade Game 7’s goals in 20 seconds
0-0, then 1-1 seemingly in the blink of an eye.
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Senators' Mark Stone ties Game 7 in 20 seconds
Chris Kunitz struck first for the Penguins, but just 20 seconds Senators' Mark Stone beat Matt Murray top shelf for a tie Game 7.
Kunitz gives Penguins 1-0 lead over Senators
Mid-way through the second after a scoreless first, Chris Kunitz breaks the ice to give the Penguins a 1-0 lead over the Senators.
Who’s playing for Penguins, Senators in Game 7
Justin Schultz, Conor Sheary, and Chris Kelly are in. More lineup notes in this post.
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Sabres confirm signing defenseman Antipin; Is his KHL teammate Lee next?
Buffalo attempts to bolster its blueline.
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WATCH LIVE: Ottawa Senators vs. Pittsburgh Penguins – Game 7
Winner gets home-ice advantage vs. Predators in the Stanley Cup Final.
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Trouble for Ducks: Lindholm and Vatanen need major shoulder surgeries, will miss months
Four to five months for the former, even longer for the latter.
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In a surprise, Blues name Steve Ott assistant coach
Just weeks after he was playing for Montreal in the postseason.
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Kesler calls Game 6 loss to Nashville the ‘toughest’ of his career
And this is a guy who's lost some tough games.
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Fisher returns to Preds practice, but still not cleared
His goal is to be in the lineup for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.
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Swedes have shown well in the Stanley Cup Playoffs
Filip Forsberg has eight goals for the Nashville Predators.
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Blue Jackets sign USHL’s goalie of the year
His name is Matiss Kivlenieks, and a bunch of other NHL teams wanted him.
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Your Pittsburgh-Ottawa Game 7 officials are…
Referees Wes McCauley and Dan O'Halloran, linesmen Brad Kovachik and Brian Murphy.
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Report: Finnish goalie Sateri eyeing NHL after strong showing at Worlds
Former Sharks prospect has spent the last three years in the KHL.
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Kelly or Wingels will replace White for Senators in Game 7
If Derick Brassard still can't take faceoffs, it may be Kelly.
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Carolina has the ‘open for business sign out there’
"We’re in a unique situation with the amount of picks we have."
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Report: ‘All signs point’ to contract extension for Ducks’ Fowler
How might that affect Anaheim's expansion draft plans?
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Schultz and Hornqvist will be game-time decisions; Sheary may play
Get up to date after the Penguins' morning skate ahead of Game 7 versus Ottawa.
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Oilers reportedly lose Lander to Russia
Had appeared in over 200 games for the club since being drafted eight years ago.
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Report: Rangers goalie Hellberg to sign with Chinese KHL team
Appeared in a pair of games last year, spending most of his time with AHL Hartford.
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Sidney Crosby is a combination of NHL's greatest
Sidney Crosby is showing signs of Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and more during his Stanley Cup Playoff run according to Pierre McGuire.
Nashville Predators' success built to last
The Predators have sparked a hockey culture in Nashville, and Pierre McGuire says their stars can keep the team among hockey's best.
McGuire says NHL will have to break down gambling
Pierre McGuire says the NHL will have to give sports betting a lot of thought as the league puts a team in Las Vegas.
Pekka Rinne’s been the Predators’ backbone during run to final
"What he does every night, you can't put into words."
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Thursday, May 25
Game 7 between Ottawa and Pittsburgh.
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PHT Morning Skate: Top 5 Game 7s in Conference Final history
Thursday's collection of links.
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Pretty or not, Senators aim to play their game vs. Penguins in Game 7
"We tried to win another way, and we got our butts kicked," Guy Boucher said.
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Predators are dominating the Stanley Cup Playoffs in rest
A well-earned advantage that is important, if tough to quantify.
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Young Mitch Marner meme isn’t lost on Auston Matthews, Maple Leafs
Sometimes Twitter can be great, actually.
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Johansen wishes he was there to shake Kesler’s hand after Predators won
A fascinating interview with the injured Nashville center.
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Blues add Darryl Sydor as assistant coach
Sydor was an assistant alongside Mike Yeo for several years with the Minnesota Wild.
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For fourth time in five years Sergei Mozyakin is the KHL’s MVP
He is one of only three players to win The Golden Stick Award since the league was formed in 2008-09.
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Mike Fisher could return for Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final
He has missed the past two games due to injury.
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Craig Cunningham joins Coyotes front office as pro scout
His playing career came to an end in November after a medical emergency on the ice.
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Report: Stars make more changes in goal, hire ex-Detroit coach Bedard
This after acquiring Ben Bishop.
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Penguins prepare for another Game 7, this time as favorites
They were the underdogs just two weeks ago in Washington.
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Weight ‘not afraid’ to say he wants ex-NHLers behind Isles bench
"It’s something I’m looking for and chasing."
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Detroit signs Czech d-man Sulak
Fresh off representing his country at the World Hockey Championship.
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Modern-day Senators have never won Game 7
In 2003, they fell to the New Jersey Devils in the final game of the Eastern Conference Final.
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Some big decisions looming for Colorado in goal
Who to expose at the draft? Who to hire as coach?
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It’s ‘reasonable’ to expect Schultz and Hornqvist will play Game 7
Both players have been missing since early in the Eastern Conference Final.
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KHL contracts two teams for upcoming campaign
Gone are Metallurg Novokuznetsk and Medvescak Zagreb.
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Report: Sabres interested in Pens director of amateur scouting Randy Sexton
He might follow Jason Botterill to Buffalo
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PHT Morning Skate: How good has Subban been during Nashville’s run?
Wednesday's collection of links.
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Crosby: Penguins ‘probably deserved better’ vs. Senators in Game 6
Pittsburgh players and coaches are played with effort despite loss.
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Ryan: Right guys said right things after Game 5
Bobby Ryan reflects on how the Senators refocused after getting blown out in Game 5 to win Game 6 and force a do-or-die game back in Pittsburgh.
Sens' Ryan 'figuring it out' during playoff run
The Senators were able to force a Game 7 against the Penguins, partially thanks to Bobby Ryan, who has emerged as more than just an offensive star for Ottawa.
Can Sens' Anderson carry momentum into Game 7?
Craig Anderson stepped up big time for the Senators in Game 6. But can he do it again on the road with everything on the line in Game 7?
Craig Anderson: Team unity a strength for Senators
Craig Anderson discusses the Senators' ability to bounce back from getting blown out in Game 5 and how the team feeds off each other in the big moments.
Game 6: Senators 2, Penguins 1 highlights
The Ottawa Senators fought off elimination as they won Game 6, forcing a decisive Game 7 against the Penguins back in Pittsburgh.
Anderson puzzles Penguins as Senators force Game 7
A fantastic Craig Anderson performance and some timely scoring.
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Hoffman gives Senators lead in Game 6
Mike Hoffman and the Senators made a big statement to start the third period as they took the lead over the Penguins in Game 6.
Video: Senators score twice to take 2-1 lead in Game 6
Bobby Ryan breaks a lengthy slump for Ottawa.
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Ryan, Senators tie up Game 6 in second period
Bobby Ryan and the Senators responded to Evgeni Malkin's goal by tying up Game 6 with a power play score in the second period.
Another big goal from Malkin; another confusing goalie interference review
Malkin easily leads the Stanley Cup Playoffs with 24 points.
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Penguins' Malkin starts scoring in Game 6
Evgeni Malkin got the Penguins on the board first in the second period of Game 6 to give Pittsburgh a 1-0 lead.
Colin White makes Senators playoff debut, Penguins lineup the same
Senators roll with six defensemen after dressing seven last time.
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Boucher on Senators’ resiliency: ‘We’ve always chosen to fight’
That fighting spirit will be tested by the Penguins on Tuesday.
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WATCH LIVE: Pittsburgh Penguins at Ottawa Senators – Game 6
Will we get a Game 7 or will the Penguins advance to face Nashville in the Stanley Cup Final?
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Swedish League champ sees another sign in NHL
Kevin Stenlund has inked his ELC with Columbus.
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Oilers re-sign Pakarinen for one year
The 25-year-old winger missed more than half the season with an injury in 2016-17.
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Market heating up for prized Czech d-man Rutta
Chicago, Edmonton and Calgary reportedly among those in contention.
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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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Pekka Rinne WCF Player of the Series
After a stellar series between the pipes, we've dubbed Pekka Rinne Western Conference Finals Player of the Series! Watch the best highlights from the series.
Carlyle: Ducks dealt ‘tough hand’ by schedule-makers
"We finished on a Wednesday and had to open again on Friday, whereas other teams had to open on Saturday."
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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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Senators disturbed that Game 6 may not sell out
Plenty of seats available for Game 6 between Ottawa and Pittsburgh.
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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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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule for Tuesday, May 23
The Penguins can punch their ticket to the Stanley Cup Final.
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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.