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Anaheim Ducks Eliminate Calgary Flames

They fought valiantly, but the Calgary Flames couldn’t hold out against the Anaheim Ducks. The Ducks took Sunday night’s game in overtime, finishing the Flames by a final score of 3-2 and ending the series four games to one. Corey Perry had the overtime winner, his seventh goal of the playoffs. This is the first […]

Michal Rozsival Fractures Ankle, Gone for Season

It was a gruesome scene in Game Four of Chicago’s best-of-seven series against the Minnesota Wild as defenceman Michal Rozsival broke his left ankle. Most have already seen the replays dozens of times. It happened in the second period as the blueliner fell awkwardly in the neutral zone while skating backward. Rozsival couldn’t put any […]

Chicago Blackhawks Sweep Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild fought valiantly as the minutes ticked off the clock, but in the end the Chicago Blackhawks were able to pull off the Wednesday night win and managed the sweep in their second round playoff series. The final score was 4-3. Minnesota certainly made it interesting. With the Blackhawks up 3-1, coach Mike […]

Are the Red Wings Still Interested in Dion Phaneuf?

Every so often, rumours suggest that the Detroit Red Wings are interested in defenceman Dion Phaneuf. Some are suggesting that the Toronto Maple Leafs are ready to part ways with their captain, which certainly falls in line with the club’s need to part ways with some seriously bloated contracts. Phaneuf still has six years to […]

Ray Shero Hired as Devils GM

Ray Shero now has the distinct honour of being the fourth general manager in the history of the New Jersey Devils. Lou Lamoriello, who had served as general manager of the team since April of 1987, will remain on as president of hockey operations. “I think we have to be realistic in life in different […]

The Stamkos Struggle: Can the Habs Keep Up the Good Work?

Those scoring at home know that something is wrong with Steven Stamkos. The Tampa Bay Lightning forward has yet to score a goal in eight playoff games. He only has three points, despite 25 shots on goal. For the Montreal Canadiens, this inefficacy has been a good thing. Stamkos wasn’t a factor in Game One […]

Playoff Preview: Chicago Blackhawks vs. Minnesota Wild

The Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota Wild, Central Division rivals, will lock up in the post-season for the third time. Chicago took down the Wild in 2013 on their way to a Stanley Cup victory, then defeated Minnesota again in 2014. This year, the Wild are coming off an upset series win over the St. Louis […]

Playoff Preview: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Montreal Canadiens

The Tampa Bay Lightning have gone 5-0-0 against the Montreal Canadiens in the regular season and they’re hoping for more of the same in the post-season. They outscored the Habs 21-8 and won three times at the Bell Centre. The Lightning have also won their last five regular season trips to the Bell Centre, which […]

Playoff Preview: Calgary Flames vs. Anaheim Ducks

The Calgary Flames are gearing up to face the top team in the Western Conference and it should be a doozy of a series. The Anaheim Ducks have been hard to handle for the Flames: Calgary has lost 20 straight at the Honda Center. With the Ducks having home ice advantage, that could prove to […]

Playoff Preview: Washington Capitals vs. New York Rangers

The Washington Capitals and New York Rangers will meet in the second round of the playoffs and they certainly know each other well. No teams have played each other more in the post-season over the last seven years than the Caps and Blueshirts. The Rangers took out the Capitals in the second round in 2012 […]

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