1. Jets Rally, Beat Bruins in Shootout

    Evander Kane scored with 1:57 remaining in regulation to force overtime and rookie goaltender Michael Hutchinson beat the team that drafted him in the Winnipeg Jets ' 2-1 shootout victory against the Boston Bruins on Thursday night...

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  2. Habs Reassign Nathan Beaulieu to Bulldogs

    Montreal Canadiens and Hamilton Bulldogs General Manager Marc Bergevin announced today the Canadiens have assigned defenceman Nathan Beaulieu to the Bulldogs...

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  3. Report: Habs' Murray to Avoid Injury for Hit on Isles' Sundstrom

    In his first game back from a three-game suspension, Montreal Canadiens defenseman Douglas Murray delivered another questionable hit, this time on Johan Sundstrom of the New York ...

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  4. Alex Galchenyuk Injury: Updates on Canadiens Center's Lower Body and Return

    If the Montreal Canadiens want to advance past the first round of the playoffs, they'll have to do so without one of their most promising players...

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  5. Karlsson Lifts Senators Past Devils in Shootout

    OTTAWA -- Erik Karlsson scored the winner in the shootout to lift the Ottawa Senators to a 2-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night...

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  6. 5 Keys for Toronto Maple Leafs to Finish Strong in 2013-14 NHL Regular Season

    The Toronto Maple Leafs are not playoff bound this season thanks to a late-season swoon that saw them win just two games in twelve contests since March 16. This record was heading into April 10 action...

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  7. Patrice Bergeron Sits out Thursday (and Not as a Healthy Scratch)

    The Boston Bruins are resting some workhorse players like defenseman Zdeno Chara and goalie Tuukka Rask, which really isn't stunning news consider how little they have on the line against the Winnipeg Jets ...

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  8. Zdeno Chara a Healthy Scratch vs. Jets; Patrice Bergeron out

    Lineups. Chara, Potter healthy scratches. Kelly day-to-day (back). Bergeron out & is not a 'healthy' scratch ^CS pic.twitter...

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  9. Tyler Johnson Breaks Steven Stamkos' Rookie Goal Record with 24th

    Tyler Johnson sets a Lightning rookie record with his 24th goal 2:00 into first period. Appropriate feed from Stamkos, whose record fell...

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  10. Lecavalier's Second Trip to Tampa Is Special, 'But Not Like the 1st Time'

    Back in November, the first time former Lightning captain Vinny Lecavalier played at the Tampa Bay Times Forum, he said he pretty much was counting the days until the game...

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  11. Tuukka Rask of Boston Bruins Should Take Home Vezina Trophy

    Until last season, the Vezina Trophy belonged to the veterans of the goaltending position for much of the past two decades...

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  12. Canadiens Closing in on Home Ice for First Round

    MONTREAL -- The Montreal Canadiens can clinch home-ice advantage in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs as early as Thursday as long as they get a point at home against the New York Islanders ...

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  13. Bruins' Krejci Back in vs. Jets, Bergeron Likely to Rest

    WINNIPEG -- The Boston Bruins can move a step closer to their first Presidents' Trophy since the 1989-90 season when they meet the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday at MTS Centre...

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  14. Hackett's Rise to NHL Starter Caps 'weird Year'

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  15. Stewart Works Hard to Return

    Chris Stewart was on the ice Tuesday night, making his First Niagara Center debut for the Buffalo Sabres in a 4-2 loss to the Detroit Red Wings . There was a time the team figured that wouldn't happen until October...

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  16. Sabres Makarov Has Come Through the Ranks Quickly

    It's been quite a journey for Sabres goalie Andrey Makarov. The free agent goalie is just 20 years old and has played on three teams this season.....

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  17. Custance: Nolan's New Culture Taking Hold in Buffalo

    His first thought was that he misunderstood his mom. Brandon Nolan was driving home from Niagara Falls with his wife in November when he got a phone call with news he didn't see coming...

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  18. Reinforcements Ride in to Bolster Amerks

    From where to get players to what to do with all these players, that's now the dilemma for the Rochester Americans coaching staff.....

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  19. Would the Sens Really Fire MacLean?

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  20. MacIntyre on 1st NHL Start: 'I Can Help the Team'

    There is a simple phrase written on the side of Drew MacIntyre's goal stick: “Why not?” The story behind it is of particular importance with MacIntyre expected to make ...

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  21. Leafs Sign Forward Rupert to Entry-Level Deal

    The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed forward Ryan Rupert to a three-year entry level contract. The 19-year-old Rupert played for the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League ...

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  22. GM Tallon: 'I've Got to Do a Better Job'

    The Florida Panthers didn't even come close to making the playoffs this season and are on the verge of an embarrassing record...

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  23. Kostka (Concussion) Returns; Salo (Upper-Body) out

    Confirmed that Kostka will play tonight. Sami Salo (upper body) will not. Salo's injury is not considered long term...

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  24. Injured Dennis Seidenberg Gets Back on the Ice

    WINNIPEG — Injured defenseman Dennis Seidenberg skated for the first time since his ACL and MCL injuries, taking the ice in Boston on Tuesday, coach Claude Julien said Wednesday...

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  25. Ducks Gain Ground on Bruins for Presidents Trophy

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