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Pavel Datsyuk

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  • NHL playoff preview: Eastern Conference capsules

    NHL playoff preview: Eastern Conference capsules
    #1 New York Rangers vs. #4 Pittsburgh Penguins The Rangers captured the Presidents' Trophy for most points in the NHL with 113. New York has a potent offense led by Rick Nash (42 goals and 27 assists), and goaltender Henrik Lundqvist is back from injury...
  • Montreal's Carey Price is among NHL standouts worthy of awards

    Montreal's Carey Price is among NHL standouts worthy of awards
    The regular season will end Saturday, and with it ends the voting period for most major awards. With that in mind, in the final regular-season weekly column, a look at who should win the hardware: Hart Trophy (MVP) Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens....
  • Green, Holtby lead Capitals to win over Red Wings

    Green, Holtby lead Capitals to win over Red Wings
    DETROIT (AP) — With the Stanley Cup playoffs about a week away, Braden Holtby is rounding into form for the Washington Capitals. Holtby stopped 35 shots, and Mike Green added a goal and an assist, as the Capitals beat Detroit 2-1 on Sunday,...
  • Luongo returns to spark Panthers to 3-1 victory over Red Wings

    Luongo returns to spark Panthers to 3-1 victory over Red Wings
    Panthers All-Star goalie Roberto Luongo returned after a six-game absence with a shoulder injury Thursday night against the Red Wings and showed why he was sorely missed. However, it took a couple of goals from sniper past to sniper future as Jaromir...
  • Preview: Panthers vs. Red Wings, 7:30 p.m., Thursday

    Preview: Panthers vs. Red Wings, 7:30 p.m., Thursday
    Panthers vs. Red Wings When/where: 7:30 p.m., BB&T Center, Sunrise TV: FSF; Radio: 560-AM. Scouting report: The Panthers have dropped two in a row to stalwart efforts by opponents' backup goalies, and they'll face another with Petr Mrazek starting...
  • Blackhawks making Patrick Kane a mainstay on power play

     Blackhawks making Patrick Kane a mainstay on power play
    Perhaps no player in the NHL is more dangerous with room to roam than the Blackhawks' Patrick Kane. That is why coach Joel Quenneville has opted to keep the flashy winger on the ice during the entirety of power plays, and Kane is now a member of both...
  • Ducks score three goals in the third, beat Detroit, 4-3 in shootout

    Ducks score three goals in the third, beat Detroit, 4-3 in shootout
    Looking for a substantive example that they’ve pulled out of their slump, the Ducks found it Monday, scoring three third-period goals and beating the Detroit Red Wings, 4-3, in a shootout. “That’s what we wanted,” Ducks forward...
  • Kings face obstacles in quest for back-to-back Stanley Cup championships

    Kings face obstacles in quest for back-to-back Stanley Cup championships
    Winning the Stanley Cup might be the most demanding task in professional sports, a glorious and grueling test played out over eight months and more than 100 games. Only when the ice has melted do teams disclose who was hobbling on a wounded knee or...
  • NHL at midseason: Unpredictability has made for great drama

    Rule changes and modifications intended to increase scoring did little to pump up goal production during the first half of the season, a point the NHL passed Saturday. Through Saturday's action (624 games) the goals-per-game average was 5.36,...
  • Panthers kiddie corps sparks 3-2 shootout victory over Red Wings

    — Who owns HockeyTown USA? The Panthers, of course. It took a hunch by Panthers coach Gerard Gallant - once a high-scoring, brawling forward for the perennial playoff-bound Red Wings – in the shootout to notch a 3-2 victory in venerable...
  • Lights out in Detroit, but Panthers game on

    Lights out in Detroit, but Panthers game on
    The lights went out Tuesday morning in Joe Louis Arena where the Florida Panthers were hoping to find the juice that was missing in Monday's punchless defeat at Columbus. The outage was part of a widespread blackout that left more than 100 downtown...