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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • New York Rangers aren't exactly upbeat during practice

    Grumpy and sullen? For sure. Beaten? Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final will reveal that. The New York Rangers practiced Tuesday at Madison Square Garden, but their activity couldn't hide the fact that they trail the Kings, 3-0, with elimination...
  • Stanley Cup notes: Kings center Mike Richards gets on (score)board

    Stanley Cup notes: Kings center Mike Richards gets on (score)board
    While the Kings' leading scorers continued their personal race to finish as the NHL's playoffs points leader Monday, center Mike Richards pulled out of an extended drought. Richards sent a puck toward teammate Trevor Lewis early in the third period only...
  • That's how they rule: Kings win Game 7 again, reach Stanley Cup Final

    That's how they rule: Kings win Game 7 again, reach Stanley Cup Final
    They had not traveled so far and played so long, been through so much, to just skate away quietly and quickly into the night. A two-goal deficit for the Kings less than nine minutes into Game 7 at the United Center would not be the final word about...
  • Kings-Blackhawks Game 7 on NBC Sports Network Sets NHL Non-Cup Final Audience Record

    NBC Sports Network's coverage of the Game 7 overtime thriller on Sunday night between the Los Angeles Kings and Chicago Blackhawks has set a U.S. record for a non-Cup Final game in the National Hockey League. Nielsen estimates that NBCSN averaged 4.137...
  • NHL reduces Carcillo's suspension

    New York Rangers forward Daniel Carcillo is eligible to play in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final after his 10-game suspension for striking an official was reduced to six games upon appeal. The NHL Players' Association asked the league to review his...
  • New York Rangers' Martin St. Louis loses a parent, finds a family

    The question was easy for Martin St. Louis to answer. Asked what his mother might think about his playing in the Stanley Cup Final, the New York Rangers forward offered a quiet, simple response. "She'd be pretty happy about that," he said. The story...
  • Rangers come to Dan Girardi's defense

    Rangers come to Dan Girardi's defense
    The New York Rangers circled around defenseman Dan Girardi on Thursday after the reliable protector of goalie Henrik Lundqvist made the turnover that set up the overtime loss to the Kings in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. "Our group believes so...
  • In sports, some feuds can be set aside if only briefly

    In sports, some feuds can be set aside if only briefly
    In some cases, bad blood comes with an expiration date. LeBron James is headed back to Cleveland to play for owner Dan Gilbert. That might have been unthinkable four years ago, when James announced he was taking his talents to South Beach to play for...
  • Rangers' Ryan McDonagh warrants attention on the ice

    Rangers' Ryan McDonagh warrants attention on the ice
    The tipping point in the Stanley Cup Final very well could be which premier defenseman can most effectively continue his inspired postseason run. Like the Kings' Drew Doughty, the New York Rangers' Ryan McDonagh is listed at 6 feet 1, 213 pounds. Each...
  • Stanley Cup Final notes: Kings' Robyn Regehr likely to play in Game 2

    The Kings and the New York Rangers might make a change in their defense corps for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, to be played Saturday at Staples Center. Kings Coach Darryl Sutter said Friday that defenseman Robyn Regehr "will probably play" in Game...
  • Stanley Cup Final: Kings' Robyn Regehr probable for Game 2

    Stanley Cup Final: Kings' Robyn Regehr probable for Game 2
    Both the Kings and the New York Rangers appear poised to change their mix on defense for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, to be played Saturday at Staples Center. The Kings won the opener, 3-2, on Wednesday on Justin Williams’ goal four minutes...