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  • Winnipeg Jets' hometown thrilled by long-delayed return to playoffs

    Winnipeg Jets' hometown thrilled by long-delayed return to playoffs
    Not only is Paul Maurice a playoff-bound hockey coach, he also happens to be the teacher/caretaker of a beloved civic treasure, the Winnipeg Jets. And the proud helicopter moms and dads are figuratively peering over his shoulder on the eve of the city's...
  • Ducks again show third-period grit in comeback win over Jets

    Ducks again show third-period grit in comeback win over Jets
    The more things change, the more they stayed the same for the Ducks in their playoff opener Thursday, but in a good sense for a group that has inexplicably failed to play to its talent level in its past few playoff ventures. The team that endured some...
  • Live updates: Ducks defeat Jets, 4-2, in Game 1

    Live updates: Ducks defeat Jets, 4-2, in Game 1
    The Ducks needed some help Thursday from the NHL’s video review process, but they helped themselves with a forceful third-period effort to defeat the Winnipeg Jets, 4-2, at Honda Center in the opener of the teams’ first-round Stanley Cup...
  • 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...
  • NHL playoff preview

    EASTERN CONFERENCE Montreal Canadiens (50-22-10) vs. Ottawa Senators (43-26-13) Season series: Senators, 3-1. Coaches: Montreal's Michel Therrien (337-246-23-68); Ottawa's Dave Cameron (32-15-8). Top three: Canadiens: LW Max Pacioretty (37 goals,...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 2-1 victory over the Jets in Game 2

    What we learned from the Ducks' 2-1 victory over the Jets in Game 2
    What we learned from the Ducks’ 2-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets in Game 2. A few takeaways from another hard-hitting contest on Saturday night at Honda Center in the first round of the playoffs: Jakob climbing the ladder Even Ducks Coach...
  • Silfverberg's last-minute goal puts Ducks past Jets 2-1

    Although Jakob Silfverberg and the Anaheim Ducks realize they probably should stop waiting to win games in the third period, they've thrived on dramatic escapes and last-minute heroics all season. In each of their first two playoff games, they fell...
  • 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,...
  • Ducks clinch top seed in West, defeating Arizona Coyotes, 2-1

    Ducks clinch top seed in West, defeating Arizona Coyotes, 2-1
    Rediscovering the toughness, skill and defensive attention that made them division winners, the Ducks on Saturday earned the Western Conference’s No. 1 seed. Anaheim imposed its physical strength on last-place Arizona, limiting the Coyotes to 13...
  • Takeaways from Ducks' 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes

    Takeaways from Ducks' 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes
    There was a distinct sentiment of "Let’s get on with this," following the Ducks’ 2-1 victory┬áin Arizona on Saturday night, a win that earned them the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference. The 82-game regular season -- a formality, given...
  • Kings fall to Edmonton Oilers, 4-2, and playoff hopes flicker

    Kings fall to Edmonton Oilers, 4-2, and playoff hopes flicker
    Long ago, they were used to watching their season vaporize against the Edmonton Oilers. That was in the days before the Kings were the kings of hockey, well before the Stanley Cup victories and parades. The Kings lost playoff rounds to the best...