1. NHL Playoffs 2013: NY Rangers on the Rocks with No Margin for Error Down 3-0

    The New York Rangers likely won’t be coming back from this one. Oh sure, they could conceivably win on Thursday night to force a Game 5 in Boston this weekend, and possibly ...

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  2. Rangers Coach Tortorella Says Carl Hagelin 'Stinks on the Power Play'

    The New York Rangers trailed their best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series with the Boston Bruins by a game after dropping the opener, 3-2, in overtime on Thursday, and had gone just 2-for-31 on the power play to that point...

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  3. Bruins Blueliner Krug Comes Through in Stanley Cup Playoff Debut

    Score one for the small guy. Former Michigan State defenseman Torey Krug , a 5’9” native of Livonia, MI, made his Stanley Cup playoff debut more than a little memorable ...

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  4. Boston Bruins Comeback Definitely One for the Ages

    It was certainly something to watch, one of those "where were you then?" moments—or rather, four of them...

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  5. Former NCAA Players Putting on Shows So Far in Stanley Cup Playoffs

    Former college players have been filling the scoresheet in the first week of the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs, particularly several former Wisconsin Badgers. Western Conference Vancouver vs...

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  6. College Players Who Could Help the New Jersey Devils

    The New Jersey Devils are in need of a retooling, if not at least a partial rebuild, after missing out on the Stanley Cup playoff picture for the second time in the last three years...

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  7. Devils End Season with Second Loss to Rangers in Six Days

    Talk about ending with a whimper. The New Jersey Devils ’ lockout-shortened 2013 campaign, which began with so much promise back in January, ended ignominiously on Saturday ...

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  8. New Jersey Devils: Playoff Hopes Finally Extinguished as Devils Fall to Rangers

    So much for Saturday’s showing. One day after blasting the Florida Panthers by a 6-2 count, the New Jersey Devils were eliminated from Stanley Cup playoff contention for ...

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  9. NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Head Coaching Carousel Continues

    Ohio State is now looking for a new men's head hockey coach, while Denver got a former college star to guide its fortunes. Denver has locked up Jim Montgomery as its next head coach, as reported in the Denver Post ...

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  10. NHL Global Hockey Legends Raise $50,000 for Hurricane Sandy Relief

    It was one of the greatest assemblages ever of superstar hockey talent in the tri-state area—and it was all for charity...

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  11. St. Cloud's Drew LeBlanc Wins Hobey Baker Memorial Award

    Drew LeBlanc of St. Cloud State University is the 2013 winner of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as college hockey’s top player. The award was presented to the senior forward tonight at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Penn...

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  12. College Hockey's Hobey Hat Trick to Be Decided Tonight in Steel Town

    The pool of 10 finalists for the 2013 Hobey Baker Memorial Award has been whittled down to the Hobey Hat Trick of St. Cloud State's Drew LeBlanc , Boston College's Johnny Gaudreau and Quinnipiac 's Eric Hartzell ...

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  13. Yale Continues Frozen 4 Dream by Advancing to NCAA Title Game

    And to think they almost didn't make the field. The last school to gain a berth in this year's NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament, the Yale University Bulldogs are one of ...

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  14. New Jersey Devils Winless in Last 7, Playoffs Looking More Precarious

    Time is running out for the New Jersey Devils . The defending Eastern Conference champions are winless in their last seven games (0-3-4) and have gone just 2-7 in shootouts so far this season, including Sunday night's 3-2 SO loss at Buffalo...

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  15. St. Cloud, Quinnipiac Complete 2013 NCAA Hockey Frozen Four Field

    The other half of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four in Pittsburgh has been finalized. St. Cloud State and No...

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  16. Finalists for College Hockey's 2013 Hobey Baker Memorial Award Announced

    The 10 finalists for the 2013 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given to the top player in NCAA Division I men's ice hockey, were announced earlier this month...

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  17. Continuing Upsets Ensure New NCAA Hockey Champion to Be Crowned in 2013

    One half of the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four is set: Yale and UMass Lowell. Whoever completes the other side of the bracket will also be a first-time national ...

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  18. Yale Upset of Minnesota Part of First-Day Activity in NCAA Tournament

    They did it again. Three years after upsetting North Dakota by a 3-2 score in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Northeast Regional in Worcester, Mass...

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  19. David Quinn Named New Men's Hockey Coach at Boston University

    David Quinn was announced today as the new men's ice hockey head coach at Boston University. "BU is a premiere college hockey program, one of the top programs in college hockey," said Quinn from the podium at a Tuesday news conference at BU ...

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  20. Quinnipiac Top Seed as 2013 NCAA Hockey Tournament Field Is Set

    The opening segment of the road to the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Frozen Four was revealed tonight on ESPNU. The regionals will be contested this upcoming weekend, March 29-31, in four different cities and venues...

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  21. Michigan Poised to Win Final CCHA Title, Earn 23rd Straight NCAA Berth

    After a loss to Cornell at Madison Square Garden in November, the University of Michigan was in trouble...

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  22. Peter Harrold Helps Devils Defense with Offense from Blue Line

    This Peter Harrold guy isn’t so bad. The New Jersey Devils (finally) brought Harrold up from Albany ( AHL ) prior to a game with Buffalo on March 7, and so far it’s looked like a good move for the parent club...

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  23. New Jersey Devils Not Looking so Good After Consecutive Defeats

    Well, that didn ’t go very well. Just last week , I was saying don’t worry too much about the New Jersey Devils . Three games later, that’s not looking so good—and neither are the Devils...

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  24. Jones Nets Decisive Goal Late in Overtime as Avs Beat Blues 1-0

    A pair of former NCAA players teamed up late Wednesday night to lift the Colorado Avalanche to a 1-0 victory over the visiting St. Louis Blues ...

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  25. Jakub Voracek Sudden Catalyst for Flyers Offensive Fortunes

    Looks like all the Philadelphia Flyers really needed for what ailed them was for Jakub Voracek to get going offensively...

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