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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Blackhawks turn their focus to Ducks

    Blackhawks turn their focus to Ducks
    The Blackhawks had five days off before their second-round series against the Wild. Now, as they await the conclusion of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the Hawks are looking at a layoff that will likely exceed a week before they finally drop the...
  • On The Fly: American Pharoah Keeps Triple Crown In Play

    American Pharoah became America's best buddy Saturday by winning the Preakness Stakes two weeks after winning the Kentucky Derby. Now, Belmont will mean something. It will mean everything, actually. American Pharoah will try for the Triple Crown on June 6...
  • Ticket prices jump for Hawks vs. Ducks in conference finals

    Ticket prices jump for Hawks vs. Ducks in conference finals
    Fans hoping to snag a seat at the Western Conference finals starting Sunday between the Blackhawks and the Anaheim Ducks will need deep pockets to get anywhere near the ice. As of Saturday afternoon, standing room-only ticketsĀ for Thursday, the first...
  • St Louis And Callahan Focal Points For Rangers-Lightning

    St Louis And Callahan Focal Points For Rangers-Lightning
    GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) — There was no bigger deal at the NHL trading deadline in 2014 than Martin St. Louis going from the Tampa Bay Lightning to the New York Rangers for Ryan Callahan and draft picks. Captain for captain. The face of the Lightning...
  • Home Crowd Helps Wolf Pack Close Out Hershey, 6-3

     Home Crowd Helps Wolf Pack Close Out Hershey, 6-3
    HARTFORD — Forced from their home by a circus, the Hartford Wolf Pack spent 10 days shuttling from Connecticut to Pennsylvania to Massachusetts. As they returned to the warm embrace of the XL Center crowd Friday night, the team was motivated by...
  • Invigorated Wolf Pack Look To Finish Bears Friday In Hartford

    Invigorated Wolf Pack Look To Finish Bears Friday In Hartford
    HARTFORD — After more than five hours on highways between Hershey, Pa., and Hartford, the players arrived at their hockey home Thursday afternoon. The post-circus XL Center is again a hockey rink and the Wolf Pack are returning to the ice. After...
  • Rangers Advance In OT On Stepan Goal, 2-1 Over Caps

    Rangers Advance In OT On Stepan Goal, 2-1 Over Caps
    NEW YORK (AP) — Make the resilient Rangers play a Game 7 and they don't even flinch. Dump them into a 3-1 hole in a playoff series and they simply work harder. And win. Derek Stepan scored 11:24 in overtime, lifting New York past the...
  • A Pledge Ovechkin Couldn't Keep

    A Pledge Ovechkin Couldn't Keep
    NEW YORK — They played seven games. And it still wasn't enough. Alex Ovechkin had made his guarantee, which stood to make him a legend or make him a fool. But, really, there was only one guarantee everybody who followed this magnificent hockey...
  • Hawks-Ducks series hinges on the two Coreys

    Hawks-Ducks series hinges on the two Coreys
    The weird "puck luck" of the Stanley Cup Playoffs often allows for deep Cinderella runs, but the two remaining teams in the Western Conference really are the two best teams—and they’re both playing their best hockey of the season. The...
  • Help could be on way for phaltering Phils

    Help could be on way for phaltering Phils
    The Phillies, who just keep losing, host the Pittsburgh Pirates again tonight (7 p.m., CSN), but help could be on the way from Triple-A soon. IronPigs outfielder Dom Brown has hit in nine of his last 10 games. In the same span, corner infielder Maikel...
  • On The Fly: Once Again, Mike Emrick Is Correct

    On The Fly: Once Again, Mike Emrick Is Correct
    During a particularly exciting moment during Sunday's Game 6 in Washington, NBC's fabulous play-by-play man, Mike Emrick, wished aloud the NHL's Eastern Conference semifinal between the Rangers and Capitals could be a best-of-nine and not seven. Yes, it's...