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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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Top Eastern Conference (NHL) Articles

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  • Resilient Wolf Pack Head To Hershey With Series Tied, 2-2

    Resilient Wolf Pack Head To Hershey With Series Tied, 2-2
    In their first playoff series this season, the Hartford Wolf Pack were facing elimination on the road and coming off a triple-overtime loss. The Wolf Pack responded by squeezing out a 2-1 victory to even the series with the Providence Bruins. In the...
  • Wolf Pack Dominate Throughout In 3-1 Win Against Hershey

    Wolf Pack Dominate Throughout In 3-1 Win Against Hershey
    WORCESTER — From one end of their temporary home ice to the other, the Hartford Wolf Pack played with passion and intelligence. From the first faceoff to the sound of the game-ending horn in the nearly empty DCU Center Monday night, the team...
  • On The Fly: Middletown's Tye Opens Eyes At Giants Camp

    On The Fly: Middletown's Tye Opens Eyes At Giants Camp
    Middletown native Will Tye spent the weekend at the Giants' rookie tryout camp. He opened some eyes, earning a free agent contract Monday. Tye, who attended Xavier and Salisbury School, began his college career at Florida State before playing two...
  • Alex Ovechkin Guarantees Rangers Will Go Down In Game 7

    Alex Ovechkin Guarantees Rangers Will Go Down In Game 7
    ARLINGTON, Va. — Alex Ovechkin certainly can talk the talk, from his "All series, baby" jab aimed at Henrik Lundqvist during Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal, to his assertion that the Washington Capitals will eliminate the New York...
  • Kreider Scores 2, Rangers Hold Off Caps 4-3 To Force Game 7

    Kreider Scores 2, Rangers Hold Off Caps 4-3 To Force Game 7
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Once merely 101 seconds from having their season end, then forced to hold off a furious Game 6 rally, Chris Kreider and the New York Rangers are now one victory away from returning to the Eastern Conference finals. Kreider scored...
  • No Clowning, Wolf Pack Remain Confident After Loss In Worcester

    No Clowning, Wolf Pack Remain Confident After Loss In Worcester
    WORCESTER — They have no time to sulk. They have no time to pout. They have no time to put on one of those sad clown faces and feel sorry for themselves. If the Worcester Wolf Pack drop another game on Monday night, they might as well kiss their...
  • Errors Cost Wolf Pack In 'Home' Game In Worcester

    Errors Cost Wolf Pack In 'Home' Game In Worcester
    WORCESTER — For long stretches Sunday afternoon, the Hartford Wolf Pack dictated the tempo and controlled the play at their home away from home. The Wolf Pack, playing before their most ardent fans at the DCU Center, outshot the Hershey Bears and...
  • On The Fly: Circus In Hartford, Hockey In Worcester

    On The Fly: Circus In Hartford, Hockey In Worcester
    Mayor Pedro Segarra, downtown businesses and the management of the XL Center thank you profusely if your Mother's Day plan involves schlepping to the XL Center. Park your car, have a drink, get something to eat. It all helps. However, if you are...
  • With Series Tied, Wolf Pack Host Next 2 In Worcester

    Winning four of six playoff games, the Wolf Pack did not stray from a very specific style of play. They focused on possessing the puck, playing end to end and limiting scoring chances in their zone. And when there were opportunities against goaltender...
  • Wolf Pack Can't Hold Lead, Lose To Hershey 6-4

    HERSHEY, Pa.— After riding an early lead to victory in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the Hartford Wolf Pack let a two-goal advantage slip in Game 2 Friday night, allowing the Bears to even the series by winning 6-4. The Bears let a...
  • Burakovsky Lifts Caps Past Rangers 2-1 For 3-1 Series Lead

    Burakovsky Lifts Caps Past Rangers 2-1 For 3-1 Series Lead
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Rookie Andre Burakovsky scored his first two playoff goals and Braden Holtby saved a penalty shot, giving the Washington Capitals a 2-1 victory over the New York Rangers on Wednesday night for a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference...