The smooth-skating goal-scorer capped off Philadelphia's first Stanley Cup with the game-winning tally and remains one of the franchise's top producers in history. MacLeish was reportedly battling several ailments at the time of his death. More
The Pittsburgh Penguins did what they wanted in Game 1 by setting the tone and tempo for the series early. Now they hope to continue to impose their will and take a stranglehold on the series.
Penguins winger Bryan Rust left Game 1 after taking a hit to the head in the third period from Patrick Marleau, but was back on the ice Tuesday afternoon doing skating and shooting drills.
Blues coach Ken Hitchcock is coming back for another season behind the St. Louis bench, but it will be his last. Hitchcock, 64, said he plans to retire from coaching after the 2016-17 campaign. He is currently fourth all-time in coaching victories.
Pittsburgh's Stanley Cup freshmen made a big splash in Game 1. And their path to the NHL echoes that of Tampa Bay's heroes a year ago.
Though he never thought of himself as an athlete, Lysiak was a prolific scorer. In recent years, though, he’s became a fighter in his battle against leukemia.
Slava Voynov will not be eligible to compete at the World Cup, and commissioner Gary Bettman said he had told the Russian Federation that was the case before Voynov was named to the Russian World Cup team.
Patrick Marleau took Bryan Rust out of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final with a hit that ended up contacting Rust's head, but there didn't seem to be any malicious intent.
Nick Bonino, hero of Game 1 for the Pittsburgh Penguins, credits his clutch scoring ways to a zen-like mentality. That makes him a deadly assassin.