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  • Rangers head to 2nd round, await Capitals or Islanders

    The New York Rangers aren't accustomed to this. In last year's run to the Stanley Cup Finals, they went the seven-game limit in the first two series, then needed six games in the Eastern Conference final. Now, after four straight 2-1 victories —...
  • Wild beat Blues 4-1 behind Dubnyk, take 3-2 series lead

    Devan Dubnyk forgot all about that six-goal embarrassment. The Minnesota Wild goalie with the short memory led his team to its biggest road win yet this season. "I can't go out and be a hero if I don't get the opportunity," said Dubnyk, who led the...
  • Rangers advance on Hagelin's OT goal, 2-1

    Teammate J.T. Miller looked at Carl Hagelin and shook his head in admiration. "The guy is at his best in games like that," Miller said. A game like Friday night's fifth match between the Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins that Hagelin won 10:52 into...
  • Senators beat Canadiens 5-1 to force Game 6

    MONTREAL — Craig Anderson made 45 saves and the Ottawa Senators avoided elimination with a 5-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Friday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference first-round series. Montreal leads the best-of-seven series 3-2....
  • NHL commish doesn't think 'Katy Perry' chants are sexist

    So long as fans keep their chants clean, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has no issue with Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry being compared to pop star Katy Perry. "I don't think taunting chants at players on the other side of the ice, assuming the...
  • No expansion yet, but Bettman has fee in mind: $500 million

    NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman might not yet have anything definitive to say about expansion, though he does have a fee in mind. How's $500 million sound? Without committing to what the price might be, Bettman told a meeting of Associated Press Sports...
  • Wolf Pack's Physical Play Stacked Up Well In Game 1 Vs. Bruins

    CROMWELL — Matched against a roster of skilled offensive players, the Hartford Wolf Pack brought a precise game plan into the first game of their series against the Providence Bruins. In Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal Calder Cup...
  • Chicago isn't Detroit, but it can learn from Motor City's innovative rehab

    Chicago isn't Detroit, but it can learn from Motor City's innovative rehab
    You hear the term "blank canvas" a lot around here, and it rankles many Detroiters, as if their years of sticking with this troubled, recently bankrupted city amounted to zilch. Yet at the same time, so much has been emptied out of this vast city...
  • Capitals beat Islanders, Halak, 5-1, for 3-2 series lead

    Capitals beat Islanders, Halak, 5-1, for 3-2 series lead
    WASHINGTON (AP) — With the crowd's raucous chants of "We are louder!" ringing throughout a lopsided third period, a group of unheralded scorers put the Washington Capitals on the verge of a playoff series victory. Dominating despite zero points...
  • Panthers defenseman Aaron Ekblad is finalist for Rookie of the Year honors

    Panthers defenseman Aaron Ekblad is finalist for Rookie of the Year honors
    One by one, Panthers defenseman Aaron Ekblad has crossed off milestones in his first NHL season. First overall draft pick. First game. First goal. First assist, first game-winning goal, first All-Star Game (with four assists). Perhaps his next milestone...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 4/25 log (updated Friday AM)

    6 a.m.    Golf: China Open third round (d. in Shanghai).--Golf 7:30 a.m.    Tennis: Women’s Stuttgart and men’s Barcelona tournaments.--Tennis Ch. 7:40 a.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Tottenham at Southampton.--NBCSN 9 a.m.  ...