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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Ducks top Flames 3-0 in Game 2, stay unbeaten in playoffs

    Six games deep in the Stanley Cup playoffs, nobody has been able to beat the Anaheim Ducks. Although the Flames kept it uncomfortably close for 50 minutes Sunday night, Frederik Andersen kept Calgary off the scoreboard until his teammates grinded out...
  • Kane leads Blackhawks past Wild 4-1

    No. 101 went like so many of the first 100 playoff games for Patrick Kane. A perfect shot at a key moment, another big play at the very end, and a victory for the Chicago Blackhawks. Kane scored two goals, Corey Crawford made 30 saves and the...
  • Blackhawks defeat Wild 4-1 in Game 2

    Blackhawks defeat Wild 4-1 in Game 2
    For a change, a Blackhawks victory in the Stanley Cup playoffs didn't have much drama.  The Hawks handled the Wild 4-1 at the United Center to take Game 2 and a 2-0 lead in their second-round series. Game 3 is Tuesday in St. Paul.  The Hawks got goals...
  • 5 things: The evolving way of looking at Corey Crawford

    5 things: The evolving way of looking at Corey Crawford
    Here's the "5 Things'' blog from Game 1 of Blackhawks-Wild while wondering whether the Hawks ever get tired of allowing three-goal periods: 1. The Hawks choked away a three-goal lead against the Wild in Game 1 on Friday night, and immediately come the...
  • Live updates: Ducks defeat Flames, 3-0, in Game 2

    Live updates: Ducks defeat Flames, 3-0, in Game 2
    After routing the Calgary Flames in the opener of their second-round playoff series and scoring a goal while putting goaltender Karri Ramo under constant siege Sunday in the first period of Game 2, the Ducks appeared to be skating on an easy path to...
  • Ovechkin can still dazzle amid tight-checking postseason

    Ovechkin can still dazzle amid tight-checking postseason
    Even in defeat, Alexander Ovechkin produced the goal of the weekend, squeezing through two opposing players and falling to his stomach while whipping a wrist shot past New York goalie Henrik Lundqvist. "They took as much space as they wanted. He still...
  • Brad Richards more focused as games get bigger for Blackhawks

    Brad Richards more focused as games get bigger for Blackhawks
    On Saturday, Blackhawks center Brad Richards turned 35. With his nine years of playoff experience in the NHL has come knowledge of how to navigate a lengthy season and be able to play your best hockey in the spring. Along those lines, Richards admitted...
  • It would have been one of the most exciting sports Saturdays in recent memory, if only

    It would have been one of the most exciting sports Saturdays in recent memory, if only
    Yesterday might have been the mother of all sports channel-surfing days, particularly in the Mid-Atlantic region. Saturday afternoon featured the final rounds of the NFL draft and a very exciting Game 2 of the NHL playoffs between the New York Rangers and...
  • Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville wants this fourth line on the ice

     Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville wants this fourth line on the ice
    Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville didn't use his fourth line much in last season's Stanley Cup playoffs. In the Western Conference finals against the Kings, Quenneville doled out much of the ice time among his top three lines, not wanting to risk a...
  • Ducks' Beauchemin is always talking, these days to budding star Lindholm

    Ducks' Beauchemin is always talking, these days to budding star Lindholm
    It wasn't long ago that Francois Beauchemin was one of the young guys on the Ducks' defense, paired with a veteran who covered for him and taught him about the intensity that playoff hockey demands. Beauchemin, the hard-hitting defender, meshed well...
  • On The Fly: Rangers Bounce Back In Game 2

    If you were wondering how the New York Rangers would react to losing Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals with 1.3 seconds to play, you needed to wait only 38 seconds Saturday for an answer. Chris Kreider immediately opened the scoring and it...