1. Lightning's Triplets Lead to Potent Line

    CHICAGO -- It was one brief shift in the second period of Game 4, but noteworthy nonetheless, when Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos skated with Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat...

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  2. How TB Turned 2003 5th-Rd Pick into Vasilevskiy

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  3. Stamkos 'Not Frustrated' Despite Not Scoring

    The game-tying goal, which would have been his first of the Stanley Cup Final, appeared to be a foregone conclusion...

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  4. Is Victor Hedman Closing in on John Tavares as True Gem of 2009 NHL Draft?

    Tampa Bay Lightning 's Victor Hedman was selected second overall in the 2009 NHL draft behind Hart Trophy candidate John Tavares ...

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  5. One-Goal Games Equal Intense Stanley Cup Final

    TAMPA — The series is tied 2-2. Each team has nine goals. No one has built a lead larger than one goal – at any point...

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  6. Lightning Should Stick with Vasilevskiy

    If you're the Lightning and you're suddenly locked in a best-of-three series for all the marbles against the Blackhawks , you might think you can't win a Stanley Cup without your all-everything goalie, Ben Bishop...

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  7. Former Senators Captain Daniel Alfredsson Not Ruling out a Coaching Gig

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  8. Steven Stamkos Not Fretting Scoring Slump in Stanley Cup Final

    TAMPA, FLA. - He may be one of the elite young players in hockey, but the championship chase has not been a fruitful pursuit for Lightning captain Steven Stamkos...

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  9. Kane (Shoulder) Skates for the 1st Time Since February

    Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane took the next step in his recovery from shoulder surgery by hitting the ice for the first time on Wednesday...

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  10. June 9 Marks 22nd Anniversary of Habs' Last Cup

    June 9 marked the 22nd anniversary of the Canadiens ' last Stanley Cup victory, when they beat the Los Angeles Kings 4-1 in Game 5 of the final...

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  11. Who Do Experts Think Habs Will Draft?

    In compiling the mock drafts from experts around NHL media, we might get a better idea of who the Habs will take in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft...

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  12. Should the Sabres Buy out Hodgson?

    If you want a study in how far a player can fall in a season, you may not find a better example than Buffalo Sabres forward Cody Hodgson...

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  13. Sabres' Murray Talks About Hodgson and Other Topics

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  14. Should the Buffalo Sabres Acquire One of the Senators Goalies?

    With the goaltending situation being the biggest question mark for the Buffalo Sabres next season, General Manager Tim Murray's former team, the Ottawa Senators , is looking like a premier trading partner...

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  15. The Sweeney Plan: How Do Bruins Build a Winner?

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  16. Claude Julien: Bruins 'Have to Be Patient With' Young Players

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  17. Jason Garrison: Tampa Bay Lightning Can Build on Game 4 Loss

    That's the way the game goes. You can feel like you played really well and still come up short in the end. That's how we feel right now. But that's also why it's not the first to two wins, it's the first to four...

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  18. The Tampa Bay Lightning Can Hold Their Heads High After Split in Chicago

    When the Tampa Bay Lightning headed to Chicago to face the Blackhawks after splitting the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final in Tampa, the No. 1 goal was to gain at least a split at the United Center...

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  19. Lightning's Drouin Scratched Again, Says No Rift with Cooper (W/Video)

    There's no question that touted Lightning rookie LW Jonathan Drouin would love to have played more in the postseason...

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  20. Lightning Power Play Back in Funk in Final (W/Video)

    There has been one consistent thread for the Lightning this post­season: The power play has been inconsistent...

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  21. Game 4 Loss Doesn't Detract from Terrific Series

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  22. With Rookie in Goal, Lightning Edged by Blackhawks in Game 4

    CHICAGO (AP) -- Andrei Vasilevskiy's surprise start in the Stanley Cup Final went quite well for Tampa Bay ...

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  23. Lightning falls to Blackhawks, Stanley Cup final tied at 2

    CHICAGO — The mystery surrounding Ben Bishop's unknown ailment took another interesting plot twist Wednesday night.....

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  24. Missed chance: Chicago takes Game 4 as series shifts to Tampa

    CHICAGO — With all the drama, intrigue and entertainment taking place in the Stanley Cup Final the big stage has served up plenty of action...

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  25. Stamkos Was so Close to Tying Game 4 in Closing Seconds

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