6:33 PM EDT, Sat May 30, 2015
NHL Rumors & News
Ducks Blog | Orange County Register 2 hours ago
ANAHEIM -- Here is the expected lineup that the Ducks will start with against the Chicago Blackhawks for Game 7 of the Western Conference finals on Saturday night at Honda Center. After allowing four goals only twice in his first 12 playoff starts,...
Ducks Blog | Orange County Register 1 hour ago
ANAHEIM -- As the saying goes, they’re grown men playing a kid’s game. And not only on the ice, it seems. Just before the Chicago Blackhawks departed for their sixth road trip of this postseason, they met with reporters and fielded one of those...
CSN Washington 1 hour ago
Former Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau has won just one of his six Game 7s as an NHL coach.
Well, I guess everyone’s happy now. Rangers fans and Islanders fans were delighted by the results of the regular season just ended, mostly because their teams qualified for the playoffs,...
The Rangers never shied away, as Alain Vigneault reiterated Thursday, that the team’s goal was to win the Stanley Cup.
Beaver County Times 6 hours ago
The Penguins made significant changes to their team heading into last season, and after another disappointing playoff exit, albeit one that followed an injury-filled campaign, they will again be looki
CSN Washington 7 hours ago
Troy Brouwer finished second on the Caps with 21 goals but had none in the playoffs.
Tampa Tribune 7 hours ago
Coach Jon Cooper was thrilled and impressed by the hundreds of fans came the Tampa International Airport Jet Center to welcome home the Lightning, hours after the team clinched a spot in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Newsday 8 hours ago
The New York Rangers lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning, 2-0, in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals at Madison Square Garden on Friday, May 29, 2015, and were eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs. (Credit:Newsday/Robert Cassidy/Tim Nwachukwu)
Newsday 8 hours ago
Alain Vigneault revealedin his post game news conference that Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh has been playing with a broken foot for a "couple of games". (Credit: Newsday/Robert Cassidy)
CSN Washington 9 hours ago
Like Alex Ovechkin, Henrik Lundqvist is destined for the Hockey Hall of Fame. But a Stanley Cup has eluded him again.
Columbus Dispatch 10 hours ago
Defenseman Justin Falk, who came to the Blue Jackets in a trade-deadline deal with Minnesota, signed a one-year contract extension. It’s a two-way deal, allowing Falk to be sent to Lake Erie of the American Hockey League at a lower salary.
Newark Star-Ledger 12 hours ago
He's at top of GM Ray Shero's short list
Rangers Report | Journal News 14 hours ago
Click here for a great photo gallery by Frank Becerra Jr. Click here to read my column on another failed season for Henrik Lundqvist. Click here to read Josh Thomson’s game story from Game 7. Click here to see Josh’s notebook, about Ryan McDonagh’s broken foot, etc. Click here for the boxscore with links to [...] The post Game 7: Rangers-Lightning in review appeared first on Rangers Report.
Tampa Bay Times 15 hours ago
TAMPA -- Even at 3:15 a.m., hours after the Lightning's Game 7 win over the New York Rangers, Stanley Cup fever was quickly spreading.
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