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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.
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.
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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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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Bolts one win away from Stanley Cup Final
Cedric Paquette scored 19 seconds into the first and Andrei Vasilevskiy made 28 stops, as the Lightning held on against the Capitals in Game 5, 3-2, to take a 3-2 series lead in the Eastern Conference Final...
Callahan: Closing out Capitals will be tough
Ryan Callahan goes inside Tampa Bay's Game 5 win over the Capitals, sings the praises of Andrei Vasilevskiy, and previews Game 6 in Washington.
Ovechkin scores late in third period of Game 5
With Braden Holtby pulled and Washington skating with the extra attacker, Alex Ovechkin scores to pull the Capitals to within one of the Lightning late in the third period.
Kutznetsov, Caps finally beat Vasilevskiy
Evgeny Kuznetsov continued his impressive postseason with a deflection in front of the net that gave the Capitals their first goal of Game 5 against the Lightning.
Callahan scores 33 seconds into second period
Ryan Callahan scores only 33 seconds into the second period to give the Lightning a three-goal lead.
Paquette sparks quick-start Lightning in Game 5
Paquette, Palat help Lightning to first-period lead.
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Palat doubles lead for Tampa Bay
Ondrej Palat scores midway through the first period off an assist from Nikita Kucherov to give the Lightning a 2-0 lead over the Capitals in Game 5.
Paquette scores 19 seconds into Game 5
Tampa Bay gets off to a flying start in Game 5, as Cedric Paquette scores just 19 seconds into the first period to give the Lightning a 1-0 lead over the Capitals.
Capitals’ Burakovsky will be Game 5 scratch
He has struggled in the Eastern Conference Final and will be replaced by Alex Chiasson.
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Swiss stun Canada, Sweden crushes U.S. in ice hockey semis
Canada and the U.S. will play for bronze.
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Marian Hossa tells Slovakian newspaper his playing career is over
He missed the entire 2017-18 season due to a skin disorder.
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Special teams lift Lightning back in East final against Caps
A thriving power play and suddenly reliable penalty-killing unit are powering the Lightning.
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Jets vent about Fleury ‘stealing’ another game
"We win that game nine times out of 10," Blake Wheeler said.
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Can home team break through in TB-WAS series?
Kathryn Tappen is joined by Keith Jones and Anson Carter, as they provide a comprehensive preview of Game 5 between the Capitals and Lightning.
Vegas stifles Scheifele; Laine not impactful
The Winnipeg Jets' stars, Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele, are logging big minutes, which could come back to haunt them, while Patrik Laine needs to still do more to make an impact out on the ice.
Hellebuyck struggling to handle puck vs. VGK
Connor Hellebuyck is showing that he has work to do to improve his puck handling, and the Golden Knights are taking full advantage of his shortcoming during the series.
Fleury lays it all on the line for Vegas
Marc-Andre Fleury continues to be the storyline in the Western Conference Final, playing spectacular in Game 4 to lead the Golden Knights to a 3-1 series lead and you can expect much of the same in Game 5.
Faceoff wins give Vegas key edge
The Vegas Golden Knights have the edge when it comes to faceoffs and Keith Jones attributes that to their hard work and total team effort in Game 4.
Vegas one win away from Stanley Cup Final
Reilly Smith's goal late in the third proved to be the game winner, as the Golden Knights defeated the Jets in Game 4, 3-2, to move within one victory of advancing to the Stanley Cup Final in their...
Golden Knights one win away from Stanley Cup Final
Marc-Andre Fleury frustrates Jets to the brink of elimination.
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PHT’s Three Stars: Smith’s goal puts Vegas on brink of Stanley Cup Final
Vegas is a win away from the Stanley Cup Final.
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Reilly Smith: Fleury, fan base are keys for us
Golden Knights right winger and alternate captain Reilly Smith talks about Marc-Andre Fleury's continual dominance in net and the plan for closing out the series in Winnipeg.
Smith gives Vegas late lead in third
Reilly Smith rips the puck off the crossbar to beat Connor Hellebuyck for an unassisted goal to give the Golden Knights a late lead in the third period of Game 4.
Myers ties Golden Knights with surprise goal
Tyler Myers snuck the puck through the five hole of Marc-Andre Fleury and after some discussion the goal stands as the Jets tie the Golden Knights at two in the third period.
Mark Scheifele bloodied, penalized (Video)
Understatement: Paul Maurice was not happy.
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Nosek helps Vegas reclaim lead in Game 4
Less than a minute after Patrik Laine leveled the score for the Jets, Tomas Nosek puts the Golden Knights back out in front in the second period.
Laine scores incredible PPG off the one-timer
Patrik Laine's impeccable one-timer on the power play gets the Jets on the board in the second period.