1. Canadiens' Parenteau Day-to-Day with Upper-Body Injury

    The first game of the Montreal Canadiens ' opening series with the Ottawa Senators was already the reason for the microfracture of Mark Stone's wrist, and now the Habs have an injury of their own to deal with...

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  2. Jets Fans Land in Anaheim for First Playoff Game in 19 Years

    Kerri Woloszyn and Graeme Hill wouldn't normally get up at 4 am, but to travel to Anaheim to watch the Jets 2.0 first playoff appearance, they'll make an exception...

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  3. 5 Reasons You Should Pay Attention to the St. Louis Blues

    Let's admit it, Hannibal isn't the best place for a hockey fan. There isn't an ice rink in town and while winter can get mighty chilly, the warmth of a Missouri summer can quickly put winter sports in the rearview mirror...

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  4. Report: No Fine for Cameron After Subban Slash Comments

    Ottawa Senators head coach Dave Cameron will not be fined for his post-game comments about Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban's slash on Mark Stone, according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman...

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  5. Wild Slot in Bergenheim with Cooke Out vs. Blues

    The Minnesota Wild will be without one of their most experienced playoff performers for Game 1 of their series against the St. Louis Blues ...

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  6. After Midseason Arrival, Dubnyk Still Going Strong with Wild

    The Minnesota Wild were flailing three months ago, when a potential remedy for their problems was located in the desert. Devan Dubnyk was so eager to help he took a cross-country red-eye flight to meet them...

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  7. Lightning Better Equipped This Season

    They were here, in this exact spot, one year ago. The Stanley Cup playoffs were about to begin and the Tampa Bay Lightning was ready to plow over all comers in a two-month joy ride to a championship...

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  8. Ben Bishop Is Lightning's Rock

    A helpless feeling engulfed Ben Bishop during last season's playoffs as the Canadiens swept Tampa Bay in six days...

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  9. For the Anaheim Ducks, It's 'Time to Step Up'

    Just in case the Anaheim Ducks don't get past the Winnipeg Jets , let's go ahead and tuck away this quote from GM Bob Murray for later reference: “This is our third year ...

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  10. Tampa Bay Has the Edge in Most Categories

    The Tampa Bay Lightning seem to be the overwhelming favorite to defeat the Detroit Red Wings in their Eastern Conference quarterfinal playoff series...

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  11. Mark Stone Injury: Updates on Senators Star's Wrist and Return

    Forward Mark Stone has been a revelation for the Ottawa Senators this season, but the sudden star's status for the remainder of the Sens' first-round playoff series against the ...

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  12. Stone Suffered Fracture in Right Wrist in Gm 1

    Injury update: #Sens Mark Stone has suffered a microfracture of his right wrist & his availability for the series is unknown at this time...

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  13. Report: Cameron Won't Be Fined for Comments

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  14. 'Al the Octopus' Installed at Joe Louis Arena

    Joe Louis Arena received a minor makeover the past couple days in preparation for the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. 'Al the Octopus' was recently installed atop the Gordie Howe Entrance (west) at the arena...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 3 days ago 11 reads 0 comments

  15. Red Wings Encouraging Fans to Grow Playoff Beards

    The Detroit Red Wings have made it into the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the 24th consecutive time, which means it's time to once again grow a playoff beard...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 3 days ago 12 reads 0 comments

  16. Blues, Red Wings Ready to Roll with Rookie Goalies

    The NHL playoffs are usually as unpredictable as they are dramatic, hence that old adage about the hot goaltender determining possession of the Stanley Cup...

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  17. Hartley on Comeback: 'Nothing Rattles Us'

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  18. 5 Reasons Ducks Will Win the Stanley Cup

    Good morning, Ducks fans! I'm proud to be able to introduce myself as the new editor here at Pucks of a Feather – just in time to watch the Anaheim Ducks begin their quest ...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 3 days ago 21 reads 0 comments

  19. Battle-Tested Ducks Ready for Deep Playoff Run

    The Ducks should know what to expect by now. It's not like they haven't been good students over the last few seasons...

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  20. Penguins a Lively Underdog vs. Rangers

    If you are an underdog team looking to go on some unexpectedly deep run to the Stanley Cup, this is probably the year to do it. Quite frankly, there aren't any heavy favourites expected to advance – Tampa Bay and St...

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  21. The Pressure Is on for Bruce Boudreau

    The general manager took care of the shopping for the ingredients needed to create a memorable dinner. Now all the coach has to do is put a winning recipe together and not burn it...

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  22. Pittsburgh Putting Playoffs on Public Big Screens

    The City of Pittsburgh and the Penguins announced Thursday that they will hold watch parties for all home games of the team's opening-round series against the New York Rangers ...

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  23. Window Might Be Closing on Penguins as a Contender

    The Pittsburgh Penguins ' first-round playoff matchup against the New York Rangers could also be viewed as a battle to keep the band together. There's growing concern in Pittsburgh that the team's window as a Stanley Cup contender is closing...

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  24. The Storied History of the New York Rangers

    For those of you who are unfamiliar with me, I used to write over at In Lou We Trust a couple years back. For those who actually remember me occasionally commenting over here all those ...

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  25. 3 Keys to Victory for Rangers vs. Pens

    For me, I used to write over at In Lou We Trust a couple years back. For those who actually remember me occasionally commenting over here all those years back, hi! I do still occasionally ...

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