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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Lightning Strike: Tampa Bay Beats Rangers, Will Play For Cup

    Lightning Strike: Tampa Bay Beats Rangers, Will Play For Cup
    NEW YORK (AP) — The Tampa Bay Lightning will play for the Stanley Cup, winning their third straight game at Madison Square Garden 2-0 on Friday night to beat the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference finals in seven games. Ben Bishop,...
  • For Rangers, Heartbeat Was Broken

     For Rangers, Heartbeat Was Broken
    NEW YORK — Every Game 7 has a life of its own. Every Game 7 has a heartbeat. You can hear it. You can feel it. Thump. Thump. Thump. The heart starts beating in the cool darkness of an empty arena, before 18,006 leather-lunged fans push through...
  • Haren outduels Mets ace Harvey in 4-3 victory over Mets

    Haren outduels Mets ace Harvey in 4-3 victory over Mets
    Marlins veteran right-hander Dan Haren's twitter handle is @ithrow88. He may have to downgrade that a few mph's after outdueling Mets hard-throwing ace Matt Harvey in their Friday night showdown at Citi Field. While most New Yawkers, including Harvey...
  • Lightning Face Rangers With Trip To Cup Finals On The Line

    Lightning Face Rangers With Trip To Cup Finals On The Line
    GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) — It's one game for a trip to the Stanley Cup finals and the chance to play for hockey's biggest prize. That's what Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers face Friday night at Madison Square Garden in Game 7 of the...
  • Ducks know there is a lot on the line in Game 7 against Blackhawks

    Ducks know there is a lot on the line in Game 7 against Blackhawks
    Coach Bruce Boudreau says his Ducks can find all the inspiration they need by knowing in Game 7 lies an opportunity to play in the Stanley Cup Final. Reputations also hang in the balance. Eight of the Ducks who played Wednesday in a 5-2 loss in Game 6...
  • Blackhawks, Ducks players excited to get rare Game 7 experience

    Blackhawks, Ducks players excited to get rare Game 7 experience
    Ask an NHL player what is so special about being in Game 7 of a Stanley Cup playoff series, and you likely will get an answer about childhood reveries that would seem trite were it not for the sincerity with which it is expressed. This is what...
  • Rangers, Lightning In One-Game Playoff

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. — It's one game for a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals and the chance to play for hockey's biggest prize. That's what the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers face Friday night at Madison Square Garden in Game 7 of the Eastern...
  • Stanley Cup has proved elusive for Blackhawks center Antoine Vermette

    Stanley Cup has proved elusive for Blackhawks center Antoine Vermette
    Blackhawks center Antoine Vermette has been close to the Stanley Cup, but he never got to hold it. Vermette was with the 2007 Senators who advanced to the Stanley Cup Final against the Teemu Selanne-led Ducks, who won the series in five games....
  • Flyers sign draft pick from Russia

    Flyers sign draft pick from Russia
    One of the Flyers' top prospects is defenseman Travis Sanheim and on Thursday they signed one of his Calgary Hitmen (Western Hockey League) teammates, Radel Fazleev, to an entry-level contract. Fazleev, a 6-foot-1, 188-pound left wing, was a sixth-...
  • When do the Stanley Cup finals begin?

    When do the Stanley Cup finals begin?
    The Stanley Cup final dates are official. In Southern California the question is, will the Ducks be one of the finalists? If the Ducks win Saturday’s Game 7 of the NHL Western Conference finals against the Chicago Blackhawks at Honda Center,...
  • Monarchs Complete Sweep Of Wolf Pack

    Monarchs Complete Sweep Of Wolf Pack
    HARTFORD — In February, the Hartford Wolf Pack were battling for a playoff spot and were viewed as little more than a middle-of-the-pack team in the American Hockey League. As their season ended at the XL Center, the Wolf Pack had evolved into a...