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  • New faces, big absences and plenty of Canada in NHL playoffs

    The NHL's postseason dominoes tumbled throughout the regular season's wild final week. When the last ones fell Saturday night, they revealed that the league is set up for an extremely interesting spring. This Stanley Cup tournament features seven teams...
  • The art and science of hockey bench management

     The art and science of hockey bench management
    It is a ballet. And a kind of speed chess. It has a basic pattern. But it also has improvisation, created by the coaches' tactical decisions. It has straightforward movement and seemingly chaotic swirl. Bodies leap over boards or race in and out of...
  • Drew Sharp: Pressure's on Red Wings to find winning combination

    TAMPA, Fla. The benefit of the doubt is waning. The institutional trust, forged from 24 straight playoff appearances, that the Red Wings will instinctively unlock the answers to their problems is fading. Henrik Zetterberg couldn't believe that anybody...
  • Lightning rebound to even series against Red Wings

    The Tampa Bay Lightning flexed a little bit of muscle, then went to work on evening their NHL playoff series against the Detroit Red Wings. Ben Bishop had 23 saves and Tyler Johnson scored two goals, one on them on a power play while two teammates were...
  • Red Wings remain optimistic after 5-1 loss to Lightning

    TAMPA, Fla. The Detroit Red Wings departed Amalie Arena Saturday evening, eagerly anticipating the benefits of getting home. "I'll be in my hot tub by 10 and the sun is going to get up tomorrow and we'll get a five-game series against Tampa," Red Wings...
  • Rest a thing of past, now comes the playoff grind

    Rest is supposed to be a good thing heading into the playoffs. But not too much, apparently. Lose after a four-day break, like the St. Louis Blues did in their opener to the Minnesota Wild, and the familiar theme of rust affecting the outcome...
  • Red Wings know they must stay out of penalty box

    TAMPA, Fla. One of the benefits of winning is being able to smile over events that weren't exactly positive. The Detroit Red Wings' preparation for Saturday's Game 2 of their first-round series against Tampa Bay zeroed in on better execution in the...
  • Hard to argue against Joel Quenneville sticking with Corey Crawford

    Hard to argue against Joel Quenneville sticking with Corey Crawford
    Besides Blackhawks rookie Scott Darling, only one other goaltender in NHL history won his playoff debut while allowing no goals and playing more than 60 minutes. His name was Normie Smith of the Red Wings and 79 years ago he shut out the Montreal...
  • Mrazek passes big test, Red Wings beat Lightning in Game 1

    Detroit's Petr Mrazek rejected shot after shot, making the decision to give him his first NHL playoff start look like a wise one. The Red Wings won Game 1 of their opening-round Eastern Conference series against the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2 Thursday...
  • Mrazek carries Wings to Game 1 win over Lightning 3-2

    TAMPA, Fla. The Detroit Red Wings felled Tampa Bay's Goliath. Pavel Datsyuk scored twice and Petr Mrazek made 44 saves to help the Detroit Red Wings steal a 3-2 victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning, delighting a faithful, vocal fan base that had...
  • FACEOFF: Blues, Red Wings ready to roll with rookie goalies

    The NHL playoffs are usually as unpredictable as they are dramatic, hence that old adage about the hot goaltender determining possession of the Stanley Cup. So what's the rule about rookies in the net during the postseason? Well, the Detroit Red Wings...