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Brent Seabrook will sit three games for his late hit on David Backes. Let's hope the sentence wasn't shortened because it's the playoffs. More
The Rangers were exposing a Ray Emery weakness through the first four periods of their first round series with New York and things looked bleak. To his credit, the veteran backup found a way to adjust. Can he continue it until the cavalry – Steve Mason – returns?
With the regular season over, the real season has begun, the time of the hockey year when the men separate themselves from the boys. Here are guys you want to have the puck on their stick when the game is on the line.
The Calder Trophy favorite wrecked Minnesota's defense with an incredible goal to get Colorado on the board as the Avs looked to put distance between themselves and the Wild.
Matt Calvert got the winner in double overtime, but Columbus has an emerging superstar in Ryan Johansen, who is starting to fulfill his destination as a lottery pick.
Late in the third period of Game 2, Chicago's Brent Seabrook hit David Backes square in the head, leaving the Blue on the ice. St. Louis scored on the power play to send the game into OT and then won it. After blowing the game for his team, will Seabrook now get suspended for Game 3?
Milan Lucic was given a slap on the wrist for his slash to Danny DeKeyser's groin, and though that seems light, it wasn't the worst ruling on the play. The referees should have called a penalty on the play, since that's what would have hurt Lucic and the Bruins most.
The Boston Bruins are proven champions and the best bet to come out of the Eastern Conference this spring. They even have added motivation: winning a Stanley Cup for Jarome Iginla before Father Time catches up with him.
We think we see it all the time, and now there is proof. Do referees make even-up calls during the playoffs? A new study says yes, even if they do it subconsciously.
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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