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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • On The Fly: Mom Represents Revis At Patriots Super Ring Bowl Party

    On The Fly: Mom Represents Revis At Patriots Super Ring Bowl Party
    Robert Kraft opened his home to members of the Super Bowl champion Patriots Sunday night. The Patriots distributed Super Bowl rings to the roster of players that beat the Seahawks four months ago in Arizona. One key player who wasn't at Casa Kraft:...
  • Rangers Searching For Answers On Defense Against Lightning

    Rangers Searching For Answers On Defense Against Lightning
    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Henrik Lundqvist seems baffled. The New York Rangers allowed 12 goals in losing their last two playoff games, and one of the NHL's top goalies is at a loss to explain why. If Lundqvist and his teammates can't find answers in a...
  • Chicago, Tampa Bay all even again in Stanley Cup Final

    Four games deep in the Stanley Cup Final, all that's clear is just how little separates the Chicago Blackhawks and the Tampa Bay Lightning. These two conference champions have two victories, nine goals and 24 penalty minutes apiece, while Chicago has...
  • Blackhawks expect a close fight all the way to the Stanley Cup finish

     Blackhawks expect a close fight all the way to the Stanley Cup finish
    Close, but no victory cigars. Not yet. Those won't be lit Saturday night after Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena, but they could be as soon as Monday at the United Center. Both the Blackhawks, two victories away from winning their...
  • Injury and pain don't slow down players in the Stanley Cup Final

    Injury and pain don't slow down players in the Stanley Cup Final
    If any members of the Tampa Bay Lightning or Chicago Blackhawks aren't nursing bumps, bruises or something worse by now — after the six-month rehearsal of the regular season and two months of playoffs — they probably haven't been playing much....
  • Bianchi: Wrestling legend Dusty Rhodes once played pro football in Orlando

     Bianchi: Wrestling legend Dusty Rhodes once played pro football in Orlando
    Running off at the typewriter … A moment of silence, please. Dusty Rhodes, The American Dream, has fought in his final Texas Death Match. The pro wrestling legend died in Orlando earlier this week and a little piece of our childhood died with...
  • Lightning's Ben Bishop still day to day; Steven Stamkos still scoreless

     Lightning's Ben Bishop still day to day; Steven Stamkos still scoreless
    TAMPA, Fla. — Jon Cooper was a healthy scratch Thursday. Lightning associate head coach Rick Bowness filled in for his boss, who he said was taking a "mental break," during media availability. Cooper is expected to return Friday. As for starting...
  • If history is guide, Blackhawks record as series goes on is comforting

    If history is guide, Blackhawks record as series goes on is comforting
    There are two kinds of faces in the Blackhawks' room after a playoff game according to defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson, and there aren't many variations in between. The pleasant kind re-appeared after the Hawks' 2-1 victory in Game 4 over the Lightning...
  • Lightning lose 2-1 to Blackhawks in Game 4 of Stanley Cup

    Andrei Vasilevskiy's surprise start in the Stanley Cup Final went quite well for Tampa Bay. Unfortunately for the Lightning, Corey Crawford was even better. Tampa Bay got another big goal from Alex Killorn and Steven Stamkos secured his first point of...
  • Gamesmanship in full bloom in Stanley Cup Final

    Goaltender Ben Bishop participated in Tampa Bay's morning skate, and was missing when the Lightning warmed up for Game 4. The Chicago Blackhawks hid their completely different lines until the game started. The race is on between coaches Jon Cooper of the...
  • Blackhawks draw on history, experience in Stanley Cup Final

    Jonathan Toews remembers his first postseason series in 2009, and the emotions that went along with each game. These days, the playoffs are a much different experience for the captain of the Chicago Blackhawks. There was no panic for Toews and company on...