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Maple Leafs vs Capitals Playoff Preview

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Maple Leafs vs Capitals Playoff Preview

It is officially that time of the year. Aside from wedding season (according to WeddingCrashers), playoff hockey season is unequivocally the best time of the year. These playoffs are going to be a little different from the last four, however. As nature goes, leaves start to sprout in the spring and it holds true in […]

How the Ducks can turn it around

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How the Ducks can turn it around

The Ducks find themselves in an 0-2 hole in their first round series against the Nashville Predators, but all is not lost. The Ducks can turn things around. The Ducks have never rebounded to win a series after losing the first two games, but two years ago they fell behind 0-2 to Los Angeles and […]

Ducks-Predators: Series preview

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Ducks-Predators: Series preview

Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports On Friday night, the Ducks and Predators will start the final first round series of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This will be the second meeting in the postseason between the two teams, as Nashville won its first ever playoff series back in 2011 in six games over the Ducks. In the […]

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: 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 […]

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 […]

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New Jersey Devils Set to Surprise?

By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo) It’s not unusual for the New Jersey Devils to be written off as a non-contender before the drop of the first puck, but this year more than most the Devils have been predicted to be a bottom feeder. When Zach Parise opted to return to his home state of Minnesota upon […]

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Vancouver Canucks: Why They Need to Win the Stanley Cup Now

  By Adam Graham (@adam_graham) Your time is now. It’s a common and somewhat overused phrase we hear a lot when it comes to our lives and the opportunities in front of us. Whether it comes from a song or a motivational speaker of some sort, it rings true in almost any aspect of life, […]

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Bruins smoke Flyers

The carousel goes ‘round and ‘round. Philadelphia’s up and down postseason continued, following a 7-3 loss to the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal match-up at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday afternoon. The Flyers are 15-20 when losing the first game of a seven-game series, including the Quarterfinals win over […]

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Stuff of Legends: Lord Stanley

Friend of The Hockey Guys, Bill Kellet, tells the story of the first legend, Lord Stanley.