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NHL TV Schedule for Three Game 6 Matchups Set for Monday

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NHL TV Schedule for Three Game 6 Matchups Set for Monday

Five matchups in the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs will be heading to a Game 6, three of which will take place Monday, April 28 the NHL announced earlier today. Pittsburgh Penguins and Columbus Blue Jackets: Penguins lead series 3-2 Game 6: Monday, April 28 at 7:00 p.m. ET in Columbus. TV […]

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Montreal Canadiens Quick Hits

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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Montreal Canadiens Quick Hits

Four for Four: Quick hits on the Montreal Canadiens sweep over the Tampa Bay Lightning FINAL DESTINATION: It was his first career NHL playoff goal, and it couldn’t have been planned better. Max Pacioretty scored the game-winning goal on Tuesday night to propel the Montreal Canadiens to the Eastern Conference Semifinals by eliminating the Tampa […]

Mason stones Rangers in stellar Game 4 return

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Mason stones Rangers in stellar Game 4 return

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) With having played only the final seven minutes of Game 3 during the postseason due to injury, it was tough to tell if Philadelphia Flyers netminder Steve Mason would be up to the challenge in his first start of the series Friday night in Game 4. After all, this was a […]

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Boston Bruins mark ninth multi-goal comeback of NHL’s first-round

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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Boston Bruins mark ninth multi-goal comeback of NHL’s first-round

KEEP ‘EM COMING: For the ninth time during the 31 games played in the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, a team facing a multi-game deficit came out the winner when the Boston Bruins defeated the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night. Throughout the entire 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs, only eight multi-goal comeback […]

Don’t Overreact to the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Quick Exit

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Don’t Overreact to the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Quick Exit

By: Ryan Kiray (@RyanK_THG) The Montreal Canadiens recently completed a four game drubbing of the Tampa Bay Lightning, ending their first round playoff series without a loss to show. The Canadiens’ performance thus far has been impressive, and enough to inspire confidence in the team this season and beyond. For the Lightning, on the other […]

Flyers effort must be better in must-win Game 4

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Flyers effort must be better in must-win Game 4

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) The Philadelphia Flyers played dump and chase in Game 1 at Madison Square Garden, but not the way it usually operates. Unable to penetrate the New York Rangers’ defensive vale to establish any kind of forecheck and gain possession, what ended up instead happening was Flyers skaters dumped the puck into the New York zone […]

The Day After: Flyers Stumble, Down 2-1 in Series

The Day After: Flyers Stumble, Down 2-1 in Series

By John Saquella (@jsaquella) The Flyers rode a wave of momentum after winning their first game at Madison Square Garden in ten tries into a brick wall in game three of their opening round series vs the Rangers. Despite the apparent availability of Steve Mason, coach Craig Berube decided to “ride the hot hand” of […]

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Granlund scores first career playoff goal, Kuemper blanks Avs

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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Granlund scores first career playoff goal, Kuemper blanks Avs

It was a night of firsts for the Minnesota Wild on Monday as they cut the series lead in half with the Colorado Avalanche with the help of a couple of first-timers. In the two prior contests between the #1 and #4 seeds out of the Central Division, it was Colorado rookie Nathan MacKinnon making […]

Mason to return to practice, may start Sunday

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Mason to return to practice, may start Sunday

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) This isn’t the way that Steve Mason had imagined his first postseason with the Philadelphia Flyers. As his teammates readied themselves for Game 1 of their Metropolitan Division Semifinal against the New York Rangers, the goaltender was relegated to being an observer. “Very frustrating,” he said after skating Friday at Chelsea […]

Detroit Red Wings: Celebrating the NHL Playoffs

Detroit Red Wings: Celebrating the NHL Playoffs

By Rhys Richards (@RREsq) The NHL playoffs are perhaps the most exciting time in every year. While they may not bring with them the physical gifts that come with birthdays and other holidays, the gifts abound for any fan of sports in general.NFL football captures the attention of the largest audience whether on television or […]