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Trading Jeff Skinner would likely haunt Hurricanes
Why this is the wrong time to make such a move ... if there is a right time.
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Tavares and beyond: Lamoriello has hands full with Islanders
There are many decisions revolving around that ultimate decision.
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Fleury leads Golden Knights to Stanley Cup Final
Marc-Andre Fleury's red-hot play in net has carried the Golden Knights to the Stanley Cup Final in their inaugural season, making him our NHL Player on the Rise!
Wild’s new GM faces tough task in finding ‘finishing touches’
The mandate for Paul Fenton: reach the next level. Easier said than done.
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Canadiens reward Antti Niemi with extension after turnaround
He'll earn $950,000 in 2018-19.
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Where will Mark Hunter go after leaving Maple Leafs?
Could he be joining Lou Lamoriello in New York?
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Stanley Cup Final begins May 28th
It all comes down to this as the Vegas Golden Knights will attempt win the Stanley Cup, which begins Monday, May 28th on NBC and NBC Sports app.
Oshie plays through difficult scoring drought
T.J. Oshie has an unquestionable work ethic and the Lightning should be worried now that he has two goals under his belt from Game 6.
Capitals have formula to reach Stanley Cup Final
The Lightning may have the home-ice advantage for Game 7, but the Capitals have shown they have the winning formula to win on the road.
Capitals force Game 7 vs. Lightning with all-around effort
Holtby, Oshie and Smith-Pelly combine to force Game 7.
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Kucherov letting mental game get the best of him
Nikita Kucherov has let his frustrations show and it appears to be bringing down the whole team. Jon Cooper now has the difficult task of getting a big game out of him in Game 7.
Capitals' Oshie: Game 7 will be an all-out war
T.J. Oshie scored twice in Game 6 and tells Pierre McGuire he's prepared for the Lightning to regroup, make adjustments and create an all-out war in Game 7.
PHT’s Three Stars: Holtby, Smith-Pelly help Capitals force Game 7
Game 7 is Wednesday night in Tampa.
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Confident Holtby the difference-maker in Game 6
Braden Holtby was the difference-maker for the Capitals in Game 6 and Keith Jones noticed he was much more confident in this game, which should bode well for Game 7.
Capitals blank Lightning, force Game 7 of ECF
Braden Holtby made 24 saves to shutout the Lightning as T.J. Oshie and Devante Smith-Pelly each found the back of the net to force Game 7 back to Tampa Bay.
Smith-Pelly extends Capitals lead in third period
Devante Smith-Pelly beats Andrei Vasilevskiy after a great assist from Chandler Stephenson to give the Capitals a 2-0 lead over the Lightning in the third period.
Oshie breaks the ice, puts Capitals up 1-0
Nicklas Backstrom makes a perfect pass to T.J. Oshie who finds the back of the net with a one-timer on the power play late in the second period.
Andrei Vasilevskiy robs Evgeny Kuznetsov (Video)
Vasilevskiy keeps game tied with some thievery.
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Vasilevskiy stops Kuznetsov on the doorstep
Andrei Vasilevskiy drops his stick and makes an incredible glove save on Evgeny Kuznetsov to keep the Capitals from the back of the net.
NHL Playoffs 2018: Conference Finals TV Schedule
Will the Capitals or Lightning meet the Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup Final?
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WATCH LIVE: Lightning seek Stanley Cup Final berth in Game 6
Tampa leads the series 3-2.
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Fleury's numbers don't lie, he's remarkable
Marc-Andre Fleury continues to be the talk of the postseason by playing spectacular hockey in net and acting as a perfect rallying point for the Golden Knights.
Vegas' top line is defying the odds
Vegas' top line is defying the odds by playing so well together so quickly, and though both Reilly Smith and Jonathan Marchessault played together in Florida, what William Karlsson has done has been...
Vegas' fourth line is putting in work
The Golden Knights' fourth line has earned their minutes and won the trust of Gerard Gallant, which has aided in the incredible depth of this young team.
Paul Fenton hired as new Minnesota Wild GM
Fenton replaces Chuck Fletcher, who was fired in April.
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Fleury meets with family of Humboldt Broncos coach
After a recent playoff win, Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury met with the family of late Darcy Haugan, the coach and GM of the Humboldt Broncos.
Capitals have to conquer postseason demons one more time
They get so close but are always just so far away.
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What the Golden Knights’ success tells us about the NHL
What does it say about the NHL that a first-year team can reach the Stanley Cup Final?
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Lightning ready for a ‘desperate’ Capitals team in Game 6
"We have to understand the magnitude of the situation."
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Vasilevskiy turns East final around for Lightning
"He doesn't want to give up a goal at all, including in practice. That's the mentality he has and that's why he's so good."
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How Jets can continue to contend
Some key decisions await with big names needing to get paid.
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Golden Knights enjoying ride to Stanley Cup Final, but remain unsatisfied
Vegas will play either Tampa Bay or Washington in the Stanley Cup Final.
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Three Stars: Vegas reaches Cup Final
Vegas baby, Vegas!
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Golden Knights top Jets to reach Stanley Cup Final
Ryan Reaves scored the game-winner and Marc-Andre Fleury made 31 saves as the Golden Knights beat the Jets 2-1 in Game 5 to reach the Stanley Cup Final.
Vegas’ run continues to Stanley Cup Final
Winnipeg Jets run out of gas in Game 5.
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Knights' Nate Schmidt: 'This is incredible'
Nate Schmidt explains why the team believed they could reach the Stanley Cup Final as far back as Christmas and discusses the camaraderie of their locker room.
Deryk Engelland lifts Clarence S. Campbell Bowl
After eliminating the Winnipeg Jets in five games, Deryk Engelland accepts and then skates around with the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl.
Vegas didn't panic, reached Stanley Cup Final
After beating the Winnipeg Jets, Marc-Andre Fleury detailed how the Golden Knights pushed through to the Stanley Cup Final.
Ryan Reaves gives Golden Knights 2-1 lead
Ryan Reaves deflects a shot from the point off of the crossbar and into the back of the net to propel the Golden Knights to a one-goal lead in Game 5.
Morrissey scores quick faceoff goal
Josh Morrissey scores quickly off the faceoff for his first playoff goal and ties the Golden Knights at 1.
USA tops Canada to claim bronze at hockey worlds
The United States topped Canada, 4-1, to claim the bronze medal at the world ice hockey championship.
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Tuch gives Vegas early lead
Alex Tuch scores off a deflection to give the Vegas Golden Knights a quick 1-0 lead over the Winnipeg Jets.
Jets tweak defense for Game 5 vs. Vegas
Joe Morrow and Dmitry Kulikov must shake off the rust. Fast.
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WATCH LIVE: Vegas eyes Stanley Cup Final berth with Game 5 win
Vegas leads the series 3-1.
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Vegas looks to continue fairy tale with conference title
The fun continues Sunday, when the Jets host Game 5
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Maurice wants Jets to stay loose ahead of elimination game
If the Jets can pull out a victory Sunday, Game 6 is Tuesday night in Las Vegas
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Quick-striking Lightning on verge of Stanley Cup Final berth
Capitals dig own grave and can't climb out of it.
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