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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Lecavalier future could depend on who's coaching

    VOORHEES -- Vinny Lecavalier isn't ready to call it quits, but whether he plays with the Flyers next year might depend on who's coaching the team. In a press briefing on getaway Monday, the 34-year-old forward said he believes he can still be a...
  • NHL Stanley Cup playoffs TV schedule

    NHL Stanley Cup playoffs TV schedule
    Do people around here care about hockey when the Flyers aren't involved? Not quite sure. With all the success of the Phantoms, some new hockey fans have been made over the last seven months. Surely, the NBC Sports Group is hoping there's an audience...
  • Predators hoping Peter Laviolette can replicate playoff success

    Predators hoping Peter Laviolette can replicate playoff success
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Peter Laviolette has delivered the first piece of the job the Nashville Predators gave him by hiring him as only their second head coach. Now his task is even bigger: Deliver a deep postseason run, and maybe, just maybe, a...
  • Kings GM Dean Lombardi addresses report of dressing-room barricade

    Kings GM Dean Lombardi addresses report of dressing-room barricade
    There's that old phrase: What happens in the room stays in the room. But what happens if the coach can't get in the room? Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi on Sunday confirmed an earlier report that his players kept Coach Darryl Sutter out of the...
  • Joe Strauss: Blues head to playoffs with positive vibe

    Toting momentum, depth and a Central Division title, the Blues entered the same Scottrade Center dressing room following Saturday's regular-season finale. Everything was different from last April 13 everything except the paint on the walls. The Blues...
  • New faces, big absences and plenty of Canada in NHL playoffs

    The NHL's postseason dominoes tumbled throughout the regular season's wild final week. When the last ones fell Saturday night, they revealed that the league is set up for an extremely interesting spring. This Stanley Cup tournament features seven teams...
  • Ducks must navigate Winnipeg whiteout on Stanley Cup quest

    Ducks must navigate Winnipeg whiteout on Stanley Cup quest
    Call it the Teemu series. The Ducks' plans to contend for the Stanley Cup begin with an assignment against the original team of their now-retired and best-known player, Teemu Selanne. When Selanne came to Winnipeg during last year's swansong season,...
  • Blackhawks see returning Patrick Kane as booster shot, not savior

    Blackhawks see returning Patrick Kane as booster shot, not savior
    The collective breath-holding began the moment Patrick Kane skated off the ice cradling his left arm, continued when a shrine to the Blackhawks winger — complete with skates poking from underneath flowing robes and a halo over his head —...
  • On The Fly: Spieth Completes Record Week At Masters

    The greatest weekend of golf, perhaps in the history of the game considering the venue and circumstances, ended on Sunday when Jordan Spieth, just 21 years old, walked off the 18th green at Augusta National with a record-tying 18-under at the Masters....
  • With 2-0 win by rival Jets, Wild can't clinch

    The Winnipeg Jets gave their playoff push a big boost with a disciplined, patient performance that turned into a vital victory at Minnesota. They also prevented the Wild from clinching a wild-card spot in the process. Blake Wheeler and Drew Stafford...
  • Panthers bolster offense by signing Jaromir Jagr for next season

    Panthers bolster offense by signing Jaromir Jagr for next season
    Most locker room clean-out days in the BB&T Center after missing the playoffs yet again are usually somber occasions in which stone-faced Panthers players feign optimism for the future. There was no faking on Sunday morning and far more genuine smiles...