The New York Rangers have struggled on offense throughout the playoffs – and it finally spelled doom for them in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final Friday, as the Lightning scored a pair of third-period goals to win 2-0 and move on to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2004. More
Nashville pick Justin Kirkland was just one of many Rockets who pierced the Remparts in what turned out to be a very bitter final game for the Quebec franchise at Le Colisee.
Tampa Bay has a slew of talented scorers who can hurt a team – and in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final Friday, it was Alex Killorn's time to shine, as he scored the game winner at Madison Square Garden to send the Lightning to the Stanley Cup Final.
Game 7 between the Rangers and Lightning Friday was a no-scoring affair through the first two periods, but featured plenty of physical action – including this mammoth hit Bolts defenseman Matt Carle laid on Blueshirts winger Chris Kreider.
The Hall of Fame icon is at the Memorial Cup, celebrating the 1971 Remparts team that won it all. Here, Lafleur talks about who he likes to watch today and how teams tried to lure him from Quebec
Game 7 will pit Tampa Bay's superior puck possession against Henrik Lundqvist's New York Rangers and the juju of Madison Square Garden.
The New York Rangers have been masters of Game 7 over the past five seasons, winning six straight deciding contests while riding some of the best goaltending to post-season success. In Friday night’s Game 7, expect much of the same. These are the five reasons why New York will advance to the Stanley Cup final.
The Edmonton Oilers prospect has been great during his tenure in North America, but a mid-season trade to the Kelowna Rockets helped him gain something elusive: team success
Connor McDavid has yet to play a game in the NHL, but he's already cashing in on his potential and celebrity status with a contract extension with CCM. Sidney Crosby and the the NHL itself are poised to follow suit as their current contracts expire.
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