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The Detroit Red Wings made the playoffs for the 24th straight time this season despite having to overcome a deluge of injuries to their top players. They've been just as resilient in the playoffs, but they can't overcome the powerful Bruins.
The playoffs are in full swing and some series are being swayed towards the teams with the most toughness. In a new top five list, we look at playoff tough guys.
Ray Emery was OK, then great, then pretty bad in three games against the Rangers. And though he played a big part in Philadelphia's Game 2 win, he doesn't give the Flyers the best chance to win. Enter Steve Mason.
Montreal's Dale Weise wore a mic for Game 4 of the Canadiens-Lightning series and in this video clip, we get a glimpse of the team's reaction to the winning goal, a taste of the handshake line and a look into the locker room celebration.
A documentary about the rise and dominance of the Russian Red Army club will make its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May. The film features interviews with several key players, including its primary subject Slava Fetisov.
Marc-Andre Fleury's latest playoff meltdown should be the last straw for his career with the Penguins, THN's Adam Proteau says. The time for change has never been more apparent.
Henrik Zetterberg has missed the past 30 games after undergoing back surgery in February, but a source close to the Red Wings said the captain will be available to play "limited minutes" in Game 4 tonight against Boston.
Netminders have been both brilliant and abysmal in the first round of the playoffs, so how do they stack up when it comes to giving their fans heart palpitations right now?
Why this year's Boston Bruins team has extra motivation to add another ring; an oral history with the members of the 1994 N.Y. Rangers on the 20th anniversary of their epic Cup run; and what really happened with Terry Trafford, the 20-year-old OHL who tragically took his own life.Buy now
The annual Future Watch issue taps into the expertise of a panel of 17 NHL scouts and GMs to determine the top 75 drafted prospects in the game and ranks the 30 NHL teams on the depth of their development systems. For hockey fans interested in what's next in each team's pipeline of talent, Future Watch is a unique and much-anticipated system report.Buy now
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