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  • In Friday's NHL games, 3 home teams try to avoid 2-0 hole

    It's not impossible, of course, for an NHL team to erase a two-game series deficit. Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals know that all too well: They allowed the New York Rangers to come back to win a first-round matchup in 2013 after Washington...
  • On The Fly: Peterson's Back In NFL, But On What Team?

    On The Fly: Peterson's Back In NFL, But On What Team?
    A drian Peterson is back in the game. Well, he's back in the NFL, anyway. Commissioner Roger Goodell informed Peterson that he has been reinstated after being suspended for most of last season while facing child abuse accusations. Assuming Peterson...
  • Crawford back in net for Blackhawks in Game 2 vs. Nashville

    Joel Quenneville had never pulled Chicago goaltender Corey Crawford from a playoff game before. The coach's experience with the veteran made putting him back in net an easy decision. Quenneville said Thursday that Crawford will start Game 2 against the...
  • Senators: Stone has right wrist fracture after slash

    Senators general manager Brian Murray says forward Mark Stone suffered a microfracture of his right wrist and some ligament damage, and his status is "very questionable" for Ottawa's first-round playoff series with Montreal. Stone was slashed by Montreal...
  • FACEOFF: Blues, Red Wings ready to roll with rookie goalies

    The NHL playoffs are usually as unpredictable as they are dramatic, hence that old adage about the hot goaltender determining possession of the Stanley Cup. So what's the rule about rookies in the net during the postseason? Well, the Detroit Red Wings...
  • Capitals have turned to 'a heavier game'

    Capitals have turned to 'a heavier game'
    During his time coaching the Nashville Predators, whenever Barry Trotz prepared to face the Washington Capitals, he always marveled at their size but never saw it translate onto the ice. Sure, the Capitals could carve through defenses and pour in goals,...
  • Penguins weather injury storm to reach postseason with help on way

    The first time the Penguins were forced to play with just five defensemen, Ben Lovejoy logged upward of 27 minutes of ice time. That, he joked, would have been the equivalent of time amassed over three games in his previous stint with the Penguins....
  • Wild faces daunting task against Blues in playoffs

    As is often the case in the Stanley Cup playoffs, the first round can be the most scintillating, the most competitive ... and the most daunting. The Wild arguably drew its toughest matchup by procuring the big, bad St. Louis Blues in an opening-round...
  • Stanley Cup Playoffs: How teams matchup

    Stanley Cup Playoffs: How teams matchup
    The NHL will have a new champion and the Stanley Cup playoffs will welcome back some long-absent teams. The Kings became the first champion to miss the playoffs the following season since Carolina in 2007. They were joined on the sidelines by the Boston...
  • Drew Sharp: Decision made, but Red Wings' goalie dilemma lingers

    The decision's made. But the uncertainty still exists. Petr Mrazek gets the playoff start. But it doesn't mean the Detroit Red Wings have a definitive No. 1 goalie. The rookie's definitely the future. The snippets of occasional brilliance this season...
  • Flyers GM Hextall declines to make decision on Berube's job

    VOORHEES, N.J. — Sorry, anyone who thought this Flyers coaching situation would be resolved in a timely fashion has another think coming. General manager Ron Hextall left the air unclear at approximately 2 p.m. Wednesday when he announced he had...