1. Blackhawks, Wild Ready to Get Down to Business

    All week, the Blackhawks and Wild have talked about each other and practiced in prepartion to face each other.....

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  2. Trouba Undergoes Successful Hand Surgery, Will Be Ready for Jets Camp

    The Winnipeg Jets got good news on one of their numerous injured players on Friday, as the club announced d-man Jacob Trouba underwent successful surgery on his broken right hand, and would be ready for training camp this fall...

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  3. Dallas Stars Missing Playoffs Has It's Own Positives

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  4. Colorado Avalanche Roster Outlook: Part 3: Left Wings

    Everything is pretty quiet around the Colorado Avalanche , as all eyes are on the 2015 NHL Playoffs, where the first round is coming to a close...

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  5. Avalanche Throwback Thursday: Who Wore Jersey Number 2 Best?

    Some fanbases don't understand ( Minnesota Wild ) — when you have a history like the Colorado Avalanche does, it's fun to sometimes live in the past...

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  6. Blackhawks Sign D-Man Gustafsson to 2-Yr Contract

    The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have agreed to terms with defenseman Erik Gustafsson on a two-year contract...

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  7. Duncan Keith Excels Even as Ice Time Climbs

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  8. Blackhawks-Wild: Who Has the Edge?

    It's just about time. Yes, folks, we've had a prolonged wait between first and second rounds but finally — finally! — the Blackhawks and Minnesota Wild will begin Round 2 on Friday night at the United Center...

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  9. ESPN: Scott Darling's Hardest Save Was Himself

    CHICAGO -- The lights are out. The roar is deafening. And in the final moments before the insanity begins, the most unlikely of Stanley Cup playoff heroes stands alone...

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  10. Versteeg Day-to-Day, Injury 'Not Serious'

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  11. Vladimir Sobotka Might Return to Blues from KHL

    St. Louis was missing veteran forward in Vladimir Sobotka this season because he opted to to play in the KHL rather than accept a one-year, $2.7 million contract from the Blues . He might come back for the 2015-16 campaign though...

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  12. KHL Standout Artemi Panarin, Chicago Blackhawks Agree to Two-Year Deal

    Artemi Panarin has agreed to terms with the Chicago Blackhawks on a two-year entry-level contract, according to a source.....

    Ryan Ocenada Written by Ryan Ocenada about 4 days ago 46 reads 0 comments

  13. 'Hawks Likely to Use Teravainen in Gm 1 vs. Wild

    Teuvo Teravainen spent the final four games of Chicago 's first round series against Nashville in the press box, but he should be back in the lineup for Game 1 of the second round series against Minnesota ...

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  14. Jackman, Michalek Top List of Pending Blues FAs

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  15. Blues Envision Competition Between Allen, Elliott

    After choosing Jake Allen over Brian Elliott in the playoffs, the understudy over the incumbent, the Blues expect to go into next season using both goaltenders...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 5 days ago 6 reads 0 comments

  16. St. Louis Blues Won't Make Rash Decisions After Early Playoff Exit

    Many thought the St. Louis Blues would have made a coaching decision by now, but the first thing everyone needs to know is that GM Doug Armstrong isn't going to let the emotion of the moment rush him into big decisions...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 5 days ago 28 reads 0 comments

  17. Yeo: 'Hawks Play with a Lot of Pace

    ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Minnesota Wild are preparing for a much different challenge than they faced in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs...

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  18. Crawford Puts Difficult First Round in Past

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  19. Blackhawks Defense Needs to Be Strong vs. Wild

    The Blackhawks ' goaltending switcheroo was a big story through the first round. First it was Corey Crawford, then Scott Darling, then Crawford again...

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  20. Wild Relishes Chance to Revive for Blackhawks

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  21. Report: Blackhawks Close to Signing KHL Standout Artemi Panarin

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  22. Chambers: Avs Fans Must Be Patient If No. 10 Pick Is Defenseman

    Based on needs, the Avalanche probably will select a defenseman with the No. 10 pick at the NHL draft June 26-27. But this pick won't be Connor McDavid, and patience will be required...

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  23. Complete Guide to the 2015 Offseason for the St. Louis Blues

    The St. Louis Blues failed to make it past the first round for the third consecutive season, and their season can be looked at as a colossal failure. This year's script was the same as the last two, as the Blues ultimately were eliminated in six games.

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  24. Armstrong: Won't Sign Anyone Before Tarasenko

    General manager Doug Armstrong said there was no timetable on decisions moving forward but that re-signing Vladimir Tarasenko.....

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  25. Armstrong: Won't Sign Anyone Before Tarasenko

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