The Calgary Flames didn't look like they could hang with Anaheim in the first two games of their second-round series. But in Game 3, the Flames came back twice – including late in the third period – and showed their resilience in a 4-3 overtime win that was the Ducks' first loss of this post-season. More
The Minnesota Wild knew they'd have to come up with a big effort to beat the deep and talented Hawks in Game 3, and that's what they did Tuesday. But it still wasn't good enough, and Chicago won 1-0 to put the Wild down 3-0 in their second-round series.
The Flames trailed the Ducks 2-0 in their second-round series entering Game 3 Tuesday – & making matters worse, Calgary had yet to hold a lead vs. Anaheim. But that changed early in Game 3 when low-scoring winger Brandon Bollig notched his second playoff goal this year to give Calgary a 1-0 advantage.
A U.S. federal judge ruled Tuesday that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman must testify in regard to a lawsuit from former players who allege the league didn't properly protect them from or inform them about the effects of head injuries.
The Chicago Blackhawks have an embarrassment of riches when it comes to elite forwards. And one of those forwards – superstar winger Patrick Kane – got the Hawks on the scoreboard first in Game 3 of their second-round series against Minnesota Tuesday.
The NHL Players' Association announced Tuesday the three finalists for this year's Ted Lindsay Award recognizing the NHL's outstanding player as voted by NHL players: Stars winger Jamie Benn, Canadiens goalie Carey Price, and Capitals winger Alex Ovechkin.
The NHL announced Tuesday it was fining Canadiens winger Brandon Prust $5,000 for "derogatory public comments" regarding referee Brad Watson after Montreal's Game 2 loss to Tampa Bay Sunday. Prust apologized before the fine was announced, but that was clearly not enough for the league.
Brandon Prust's public war with referee Brad Watson highlights a growing problem with Montreal: letting emotions get the better of them in playoff series.
The ice surface was removed from Nassau Coliseum for the final time Tuesday, as the New York Islanders are set to head to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center for the 2015-16 season. Check out photos from the teardown as hockey at Nassau Coliseum says goodbye forever.
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