1. Marian Hossa: Another Failed Attempt

    For Marian Hossa it's the same story in a new city. Another disappointing season and another failed Stanley Cup Final performance by the high-priced winger...

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  2. Detroit Red Wings: Dive, Dive, Dive!

    Dive, dive, dive! Inspirational words that probably came out of Mike Babcocks' mouth after being beaten by the Pittsburgh Penguins two games straight...

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  3. Penguins-Capitals: Alexander Ovechkin Fails, Sidney Crosby Prevails

    In a decisive Game Seven, 6-2 victory, Ovechkin's mouth has finally been shut. Hanging his head while sitting on the bench, the loud-mouth Russian forward had little to say while his team was being destroyed by the Pittsburgh Penguins...

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  4. Detroit Red Wings, Ladies In Red

    Living on New York, and seeing primarily Eastern Conference games, I thought the Devils were by far the team that cried the most. Yet, another contender has emerged. The Detroit Red Wings put up quite a challenge to the Devils for the title...

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  5. Penguins Lose Two Straight

    NiThe Pittsburgh Penguins go down two straight. After losing by a goal in the first game of the semi-finals because of bad coverage in the defensive end to the Washington Capitals, the Penguins looked to even the series...

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  6. Capitals and Penguins Clash

    Alexander Ovechkin is upset, oh no. In Game Two of the semifinals, Chris Kunitz of the Pittsburgh Penguins hit the Washington goalie Simeon Varlamov with a cheap shot late in the game...

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  7. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman Must Go

    Get rid of this little weasel. Once again, Bettman has had the officials go from one extreme to another with penalties. A few years back, the league tried to get rid of players crashing the net...

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  8. Penguins Defeat Flyers Again and Crosby Sucks

    Hey Pens fans, did you hear? Crosby sucks. Well that is the opinion of those classy Flyers fans. You know, the people that have a statue of Rocky in their city...

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  9. Capitals Spank Rangers in Game Six, Tortorella's Big Mistake

    John Tortorella benched Sean Avery for game five against the Washington Capitals, and it bit him right in the ass. After being frustrated with Avery, who took a bad penalty in game four, Tortorella decided to sit Avery and bring in Aaron Voros...

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  10. New Jersey Devils Lose Game Four and Cry All The Way Home

    On Tuesday night, the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Devils in game four of the quarterfinals, tying the series at two games apiece and, yet again, the Devils were crying...

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  11. Henrik Lundqvist Has Arrived

    In game two of the first round, the New York Rangers shut out the Washington Capitals, 1-0. It appears that Henrik Ludqvist is back on track after being a little shaky in the first game and giving up three goals...

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  12. NHL Playoff Let Downs

    The first round of the playoffs have begun and only some goalies look sharp. In the NY Rangers first game against the Washington Capitals, Henrik Lundqvist looked a little off in the second period, but rebounded in the third...

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  13. New Jersey Devils Get Lucky, Ramo's Huge Mistake

    On a night when the organization congratulated Brodeur on his new record, and presented him with a silver goalie stick, which should have been silver pacifiers for the team, the Devils came out with an OT win...

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  14. Devils on a Losing Streak: Someone Get the Tissues for Marty

    In their five straight losses, they've been outscored by a total of 16-6. The crying, while originally enjoyable, is so persistent that it's getting almost unbearable...

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  15. Another Run at the Cup for the Pittsburgh Penguins

    With the playoffs around the corner, the Pens have come to life. The firing of Therrien, trading Whitney,and the additions of Geurin and Kunitz seems to be the "missing links" to a team that was slumping less than a month ago...

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  16. NHL: Fighting Is Essential

    Fighting in the NHL has been a hot topic as of late. As long as I can remember, there have always been fights in hockey. Growing up, I heard all about the great fighters like Gordie Howe...

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  17. Flames-Devils Recap: Martin Brodeur is Closer to the Record

    The New Jersey Devils beat the Calgary Flames on Mar. 10, 2009. In a 3-2 victory, the Devils were actually outshot by the Flames 37- 28. I have to give Brodeur credit for this one. He was very controlled and played the angles well...

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  18. Marty So Sad

    The picture says it all. Finally, justice in the hockey world. The great Marty gave up six goals on 26 shots through two periods before being replaced by Kevin Weekes...

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  19. Leafs-Devils Recap: Martin Brodeur Outplayed by Vesa Toskala

    Once again, Martin Brodeur is outplayed by the opposing goalie, but comes out on top. In a 3-2 OT win, Brodeur and the Devils managed to squeak by the struggling Leafs, after giving up the lead in the third period...

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  20. Chris Kunitz Scoring, Sidney Crosby Crying

    Chris Kunitz seems to be the answer the Pens were looking for. With two goals against Tampa and aggressive forechecking, Kunitz has turned Pittsburgh into a completely different team from a month ago...

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  21. Marty Brodeur's Glorified Win Over Florida Panthers

    Well hockey fans, Marty and the goons defeated the Panthers in a 7 to 2 victory at Prudential Center, bringing Marty closer to the all time wins lead...

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  22. Trading Jordan Staal? That's Cooky!

    Trading Jordan Staal would be a foolish move. Stall is a great shut down center with the potential to be a great goal scorer. He has good size, throws hits, and rarely gets caught out of position...

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  23. Whitney For Kunitz

    Ryan Whitney for Chris Kunitz and Tangradi. Hmm...I like it. Finally a forward with some grit for the front line. Someone that actually knows where the front of the net is, and isn't afraid to stand there...

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