Acquired from Jim Nill's old team in Detroit as part of the Erik Cole trade, Janmark could have been playing in Sweden again this season. But the Stars gave him a shot and now the skilled left winger is paying dividends in the post-season. More
The San Jose Sharks suffered a tough triple-overtime loss in Game 4, but can’t help but feel the game should have ended in the first extra frame. Joe Pavelski appeared to score the overtime-winner, but it was overturned because of “incidental contact” with Nashville goaltender Pekka Rinne.
The AHL’s Portland Pirates shocked their players, staff and fans when they announced they've signed a letter of intent to sell and relocate the franchise. Springfield, Mass., appears to be the destination for the franchise.
The Dallas Stars should have been called for too many men after a disastrous line change, but the play wasn’t blown dead, leading a breakaway goal for St. Louis Blues sniper Vladimir Tarasenko.
Mike Fisher scored 111:12 after puck drop as the Nashville Predators picked up a huge Game 4 victory in a thrilling triple overtime game that was not only the longest of this post-season, but the longest in Predators franchise history. The second-round series now shifts back to San Jose tied 2-2.
The Dallas Stars needed to answer back after a 6-1 drubbing in Game 3. They went with Kari Lehtonen in goal, and he turned in a solid performance as Cody Eakin netted the overtime-winner to tie the second-round series 2-2.
Panthers coach Gerard Gallant, Capitals coach Barry Trotz and Stars coach Lindy Ruff have been named finalists for the Jack Adams Award, though it’s likely a two-horse race between Gallant and Trotz for the award. Gallant led the surprising Panthers to a divisional title and playoff berth, while Trotz’s Capitals were dominant in winning the Presidents’ Trophy.
It's probably unfair to refer to the Islanders trio of Casey Cizikas between Matt Martin and Cal Clutterbuck as a fourth line. But on the other hand, they make up the best fourth line in the NHL.
Future Hall of Famer Jaromir Jagr came to terms on a one-year deal with the Florida Panthers on Thursday and will play in his 23rd NHL season.
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