by Adam Proteau - May 22, 2013 10:55 PM EDT
The Penguins piled on in Game 4, scoring seven and taking a commanding 3-1 series lead.
GAME 4: PITTSBURGH 7, OTTAWA 3 – PENGUINS LEAD 3-1 Why Pittsburgh won: The Penguins stumbled out of the gate in Game 4, surrendering their second straight regulation-time shorthanded goal to Ottawa just two-and-a-half minutes into the first period and trailed 2-1 after 20 minutes.
by The Hockey News - May 21, 2013 10:50 PM EDT
New York continued to struggle on offense and has now dug itself a 3-0 series hole; San Jose got out front and held off a late Los Angeles push to pull even in their series.
GAME 3: BOSTON 2 at NY RANGERS 1 - BRUINS LEAD 3-0 Why Boston won: The Bruins fourth line of Dan Paille, Scott Thornton and Gregory Campbell outscored New York's top two offensive lines.
by The Hockey News - May 21, 2013 1:10 PM EDT
Discover teamed with Make-A-Wish and the NHL to grant the wish of 13-year-old Arvada, Colo., resident, Logan Piz, who wished for a chance to spend a day with the Stanley Cup and share it with friends and family. Logan was surprised with the Stanley Cup May 15 at The Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children in Denver where he is currently being treated for Ewing’s sarcoma.
Discover teamed with Make-A-Wish and the NHL to grant the wish of 13-year-old Arvada, Colo., resident, Logan Piz, who wished for a chance to spend a day with the Stanley Cup and share it with friends and family.
by Adam Proteau - April 22, 2013 3:50 PM EDT
Not many would have guessed the Islanders would be a playoff team, but here they are in the final week of the season.
Not many people would have imagined the New York Islanders would be hovering near the top 10 (and ahead of the cross-town Rangers) of THN's NHL Power Rankings at any point in this lockout season, but that was exactly where they were – and at the most important time of the regular season.
by Rory Boylen - April 15, 2013 5:25 PM EDT
Washington is on a tear and starting to gain momentum in Stanley Cup picks, but it's not all rosy.
When THN staffers gathered Monday morning and began the process of picking our Stanley Cup favorite for our Playoff Preview edition, the usual suspects were naturally mentioned.
by Rory Boylen - April 1, 2013 6:50 PM EDT
Minnesota has won 10 of its past 12 and is all of a sudden giving the No. 2 ranked Ducks something to worry about.
This is more what GM Chuck Fletcher envisioned when he signed the two biggest free agents last summer. The Minnesota Wild started this season a very mediocre 4-5-1.
It’s our Awards Issue, a joint THN/Yahoo! Sports venture to pick the NHL best of the best in 13 categories. Also in the issue: how to munch minutes in the playoffs; the myth of the shot-block; Paul MacLean – from Grizzly to Walrus; and much more.
Seth Jones, son of former NBA player Popeye Jones, who could be the first visible minority to get selected first overall. The top 100 prospects in the June 30 draft are ranked and profiled by our panel of scouts. Included in the group are a pair of Halifax teammates, Nate MacKinnon and Jonathan Drouin. We also review each NHL team's needs going into the draft.
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