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The deep dislike the Ducks, Kings and Sharks have for one another is mirrored by the fans in Anaheim, Los Angeles and San Jose. We asked bloggers from all three cities to state the hate each fan base has for its California rivals. Much to our delight, none of them played nice. More
An easier path to the final thanks to the much weaker Eastern Conference and incredible depth at all positions means Boston fans should keep June wide open - there's a great chance the their Bruins will be in the Stanley Cup final once again.
Habs GM Marc Bergevin has done a lot of funny stuff in his time. On this latest occasion, it wasn't as orchestrated. His fab dance moves following his team's win the other night are something to behold.
Would Martin Brodeur be a good fit with the Penguins or Islanders? Is there nothing Brad Richards can do to stop a buyout from the New York Rangers? And will the Washington Capitals take a pass on re-signing Mikhail Grabovski and use Evgeny Kuznetsov as their No. 2 center?
THN's Adam Proteau once again is making his NHL Awards picks – and this year, he's got Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche players winning some of the key honors.
Patrick Roy has been known to pull his goalies early to try and score the tying goal and he attempted with three minutes left in Game 1. The gamble worked out this time, thanks to Erik Johnson's game-saving effort and Paul Stastny's timely goals.
The St. Louis Blues took a 1-0 series lead on the Chicago Blackhawks in a grueling game that went into the third overtime. Alex Steen, who has had a terrific season, was the hero, but Ryan Miller saved the day.
The St. Louis Blues, having never won a Stanley Cup in franchise history, petered out far too early in the playoffs two straight years. It's time for one of the NHL’s best teams to apply its lessons learned for a championship crusade.
The San Jose Sharks are used to playoff power outages, but this is ridiculous.
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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