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Home sweet home: NHL execs flock back to familiar franchises
The lure of going home is always strong.
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Bruins’ veteran quintet could be key in latest Cup bid
When the Boston Bruins take the ice against the St. Louis Blues, they will do it with a core group of veterans who know what it's like to hoist the Stanley Cup - and have it slip from their fingers.
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NHL Storytime: J.R. on two times he broke his jaw
Jeremy Roenick recalls two harrowing experiences of when he broke his jaw during his NHL career.
NHL players’ favorite Stanley Cup memories as fans
Some moments you'd expect, others that might surprise.
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Stanley Cup Final Preview: Who has the better defense?
Both teams have excellent depth.
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Marchand appears to avert injury scare in Bruins Cup tuneup
Marchand skated off flexing his hand near the end of the first 25-minute half.
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Sharks head into uncertain offseason with key free agents
If Joe Thornton comes back for a 22nd season in the NHL, it would only be with the San Jose Sharks.
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Arbitrator upholds Voynov suspension but says he served half
Voynov will now be eligible to return midway through next season.
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Canada escapes; U.S., Sweden fall at IIHF World Championship
In the semifinals Saturday, Canada will face the Czech Republic, and Russia will play Finland.
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PHT Time Machine: When the Blues made three straight Stanley Cup Finals
The St. Louis Blues have the most bizarre Stanley Cup Final history in the entire NHL.
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Modano returns to NHL roots in Minnesota, as Wild adviser
Modano has decided to return to his NHL roots in Minnesota.
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PHT Power Rankings: Conn Smythe favorites entering Cup Final
Checking in on the race for the Conn Smythe ahead of the Stanley Cup Final.
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Islanders sign Brock Nelson to six-year contract
He was one of four significant players on the team that entered the offseason eligible for unrestricted free agency.
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Backes ready to face former team in Stanley Cup Final
Friendships will be put on hold for the next three weeks.
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Stanley Cup Final Preview: Who has the better special teams?
The series begins Monday night on NBC at 8 p.m. ET.
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Stanley Cup Final Preview: Who has the better forwards?
One of the best lines in hockey against a team that has made it a mission to shut down the opposition’s best. Which team has a better group of forwards?
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D.J. Smith hired as new Ottawa Senators head coach
The 42-year-old Smith had been an assistant with the Maple Leafs for the last four seasons.
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NHL players' favorite Stanley Cup moments as fans
P.K. Subban, Charlie Coyle, Seth Jones, Nate Schmidt, Ben Bishop, and more NHL players share their favorite Stanley Cup moments as fans.
NHL Storytime: Jones thought he was dying in trade
In NHL Storytime, Keith Jones shares why he thought he was dying when told he was going to be traded and how he only had a toothbrush when he arrived with his new team.
Bruins hoping to win Stanley Cup, join Boston’s title parade
It's been more than three months since the last championship parade in Boston, and the city is getting antsy.
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Davidson takes reins of Rangers’ rare rebuilding project
Behind the microphone for the last New York Rangers championship in 1994, John Davidson is now front and center to try to parade the Stanley Cup down Broadway again.
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Magical playoff ride ends in more disappointment for Sharks
A team depleted by several key injuries ended its season with a 5-1 loss in Game 6 Tuesday night.
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A bet on a whim could net Blues fan $100K, another $50K
Big odds could equate to big paydays for two Blues fans.
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Kaapo Kakko has made his case to be top pick at 2019 NHL Draft
Kakko's performance at Worlds throwing late wrench into No. 1 overall debate.
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The 10 dates from the ’18-19 season that led Blues to Stanley Cup Final
From bottom of the NHL to the Cup Final. It's been quite a ride for the Blues.
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What’s next for Karlsson, Pavelski, Thornton?
How many players can the Sharks afford to keep?
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Blues superfan Laila Anderson interviews Alex Steen after Game 6 win
"We've got you, our lucky charm there."
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Bruins, Blues meet in Stanley Cup Final 49 years in making
Unlike in 1970, when the Bruins essentially just had to step on the ice to take the final, these Blues won't go away.
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Quest for the Cup: Stanley Cup Preview
The Bruins and the Blues are the last teams standing and are prepared for a physical Stanley Cup Final, featuring a premiere goaltender matchup between Tuukka Rask and Jordan Binnington.
Will rest affect Rask?
Tuukka Rask has played his best hockey of the season throughout the Stanley Cup Playoffs, will an extended rest after the Eastern Conference Final hurt him in the Stanley Cup?
The Playoff Buzzer: Blues reach first Stanley Cup Final since 1970
Blues will face Bruins after eliminating the Sharks.
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Stanley Cup Final: Blues vs. Bruins full schedule, TV info
Game 1 is Monday, May 27th in Boston.
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Which team has the edge in the Stanley Cup Final?
Keith Jones and Patrick Sharp take a look at which team has the edge between the Bruins and the Blues in the Stanley Cup Final.
Backes to face former team in Stanley Cup Final
Former Blues' captain David Backes will face his old team as Boston and St. Louis prepare to meet in the Stanley Cup Final.
Laila talks to Alexander Steen after Blues advance
Blues super fan Laila Anderson speaks with Alexander Steen postgame about playing in the Stanley Cup Final and facing former teammate David Backes.
Thomas talks Blues' Stanley Cup Playoff run
Robert Thomas talks to Kathryn Tappen about stepping up in some of the Blues' biggest playoff moments.
Blues get major contribution from fourth line
The Blues' depth showed again in their Game 6 win against the Sharks to advance to the Stanley Cup Final. Keith Jones and Patrick Sharp look at how the Blues' checking line matches up against the Bruins.
Binnington on chance to play in the Stanley Cup
Goaltender Jordan Binnington talks with Kathryn Tappen about the opportunity to play in the Stanley Cup. Keith Jones and Patrick Sharp reflect on the difference Binnington made to the Blues' season.
Game 6 Highlights: Blues reach Stanley Cup Final
St. Louis blows out San Jose 5-1 in Game 6 and is headed to its first Stanley Cup Final since 1970.
O'Reilly talks Blues' turnaround after Game 6 win
Ryan O'Reilly talks with Pierre McGuire about the Blues' transition from last-place team in January to a Stanley Cup Final appearance.
Maroon talks Blues' return to Stanley Cup Final
St. Louis native Pat Maroon talks to Pierre McGuire about what it means for the Blues to return to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 1970.
Blues move to Stanley Cup Final after sinking Sharks
The bruising Blues advance to face the big, bad Bruins.
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Bozak gives Blues big lead in third period
Blues' Tyler Bozak sends the puck to the net and it deflects off Sharks' Gustav Nyquist's stick and in for a goal to give St. Louis a 4-1 lead in the third period.
Schenn taps in goal to boost Blues' lead
Sharks goaltender Martin Jones blocks a shot right to Brayden Schenn who taps in a goal to give the Blues a 3-1 lead.
Sharks' Gambrell scores first NHL career goal
Dylan Gambrell reels in a pass behind the Blues' defense and fires a shot by goaltender Jordan Binnington for his first-ever NHL goal to cut the St. Louis lead to 2-1.
Bruins will scrimmage to stay sharp for Stanley Cup Final
The Eastern Conference champions will hold a public intrasquad scrimmage on Thursday night.
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Canada beats U.S. 3-0 to close preliminary round of worlds
The Americans, who had five won straight, will face the high-scoring and undefeated Russians on Thursday.
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