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  • Chart: Every top NHL Draft selection in Florida Panthers history

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  • NHL Round 3 playoff picks: Flyers slayers won’t get to final

     
    It’s definitely spring. The temperatures have finally risen, my lawn needs a mowing and the talent-laden but underachieving Washington Capitals have been ousted from the NHL playoffs again – this time being swept in the second round by the...
  • Stanley Cup returning to Canada?

     
    What a time for Canadian hockey. An NHL franchise is returning to Winnipeg after a 15-year absence and the Stanley Cup will make its way back to Canada for the first time in 18 years since Montreal won it in......
  • Times guest blogger Bobby Ryan discusses Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals

     
    Well, there is a lot to talk about from last night’s game! If there was a single turning point Monday, I thought it came late in the first period. I thought when Vancouver killed the five-minute major the Canucks were......
  • Stanley Cup finals: Boston destroys Vancouver, 8-1, in Game 3

     
    The Stanley Cup finals took a turn toward ugly with a detour through frightening in Game 3 on Monday, as a vicious hit by Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome sent Boston winger Nathan Horton to the hospital on a stretcher and......
  • Stanley Cup finals Game 3: Boston 4, Vancouver 0 after two periods

     
    The Bruins broke Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals open in the second period, scoring four times and igniting roars from the TD Garden crowd on Monday night. Their first goal came 11 seconds into the period. The Canucks......
  • Stanley Cup finals Game 3: Bruins' Horton moving extremities at hospital after ugly hit by Aaron Rome

     
    A late and vicious hit by Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome to the head of Boston winger Nathan Horton dominated the scoreless opening period at TD Garden. The only question after the severity of Horton's injuries is how severe Rome’s punishment......
  • Question of the Day: The NHL series is tied 2-2; who's going to win the Stanley Cup?

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. discuss the Canucks-Bruins series. Check back throughout the day for more responses, and feel free to weigh in with a comment of your own. Harvey Fialkov, Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel Despite the last five Stanley Cup......
  • Stanley Cup finals Game 4: Keeping the ice and tempers cool

     
    Predictions of record heat in Boston have caused some concern about the quality of the ice for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals Wednesday night at TD Garden. As the NHL playoffs have extended deeper into June, the condition......
  • Stanley Cup finals Game 4: Bruins defeat Canucks, 4-0

     
    Depleted in numbers Wednesday but not in spirit, the Boston Bruins overpowered the Vancouver Canucks for the second straight game and turned the Stanley Cup finals into a best-of-three finish. Rich Peverley scored twice and goaltender Tim Thomas stopped...
  • Stanley Cup finals Game 4: Boston 1, Vancouver 0 after one period

     
    To start Game No. 4 the Bruins brought in iconic No. 4, Hall of Fame defenseman Bobby Orr, to start their ritual pregame passing of a Bruins banner around the lower level. Orr, the greatest defenseman to ever lace up......