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  • NHL preview: Eastern Conference capsules

    NHL preview: Eastern Conference capsules
    In predicted order of finish Atlantic Division 1. BRUINS 2013-14: 54-19-9 (117 points), 1st. Salary-cap problems forced the Bruins to let right wing Jarome Iginla (30 goals) and rugged Shawn Thornton leave as free agents. They're counting on...
  • Recap: Canadiens 4, Maple Leafs 3

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Canadiens 4, Maple Leafs 3 Canadiens 4, Maple Leafs 3: Tomas Plekanec scored his second goal with 42.9 seconds to play as visiting Montreal halted a streak of four straight season-opening losses to Toronto. Plekanic's game-...
  • Preview: Canadiens at Maple Leafs

    A surprising run to the Eastern Conference final last season has only served to raise expectations for the Montreal Canadiens, who open the 2014-15 campaign with a visit to the archrival Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night. The opposite holds true...
  • NHL team-by-team preview: Eastern Conference

    In order of last year's finish ATLANTIC DIVISION Boston Bruins Last season: 54-19-9 (lost to Montreal in conference semifinals) Coach: Claude Julien (8th season with Boston, 310-163-65; 429-249-10-88 overall). Top returning players: G Tuukka Rask...
  • Profiles of Eastern Conference teams

    (Reuters) - Following are brief profiles of the 16 teams in the Eastern Conference ahead of the 2014-15 National Hockey League (NHL) season. - - ATLANTIC DIVISION BOSTON BRUINS Head coach: Claude Julien 2013-14 record: 54-19-9 (Eastern champions beat...
  • NHL Eastern Conference team previews and predictions

    Scoring champion and MVP Sidney Crosby and goal-scoring champ Alexander Ovechkin have more in common than shiny trophies. Both Crosby’s Pittsburgh Penguins and Ovechkin’s Washington Capitals have a new coach and general manager. The...
  • After Detroit, Onward To Montreal For The Bruins

    After Detroit, Onward To Montreal For The Bruins
    BOSTON — Each Stanley Cup playoff game has a pulse of its own. First round to last, each of its games pounds to its own heartbeat. Regular, irregular and sometimes, well, sometimes it races like a mad dog after a cheap cut of beef. Yes, each...
  • State's Tight-Knit Hockey Community Focuses On Quick

    State's Tight-Knit Hockey Community Focuses On Quick
    STAMFORD — Mike Backman said he wasn't sure how terrific his son-in-law was Monday night until he got home and saw the replays Tuesday morning. It was then that Backman saw the stick save that Jonathan Quick made on Mats Zuccarello in the first...
  • Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4

    Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4
    NEW YORK — If the weight of history holds form, if the inexorable grind does leave the Rangers in a heap of California dust, the Los Angeles Kings might be remembered as the most resilient playoff team in North American history. Earlier this...
  • Drama Making For Great Series Between Rangers, Canadiens

    Drama Making For Great Series Between Rangers, Canadiens
    NEW YORK —You get the feeling that if they all had broken jaws like Derek Stepan, they'd still be yapping. They'd still find a way to curse each other out and keep skating. Drama in the NHL playoffs arrives in many ways and in various languages....
  • Bruins Lost To A Better Team

    BOSTON — The Bruins scored 16 goals and hit 13 goal posts in a seven-game series that ultimately ended in stinging season elimination. Some would call the Bruins unlucky. Not me. Hockey, like all great competitive endeavors, is a game of inches....