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Open Post- Today’s Stanley Cup Playoff Games
Feel free to discuss the NHL Playoff games today. The Caps are up 3-2, Tampa/Detroit tied at 2, Chicago up 3-2 and the same with Calgary.  

Jim Rutherford And Mike Johnston Will Return In Pittsburgh
from Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, The Penguins aren't firing their coach or their general manager following a first-round exit in the Stanley Cup playoffs, president and CEO David Morehouse said Saturday. “I know there's been a lot of speculation out there, but (co-owners) Ron (Burkle) and Mario (Lemieux) never once considered a change,” Morehouse said. “Jim Rutherford's our general manager, and Mike Johnston's our coach.” Morehouse point...

Morning Line- Mike Peluso
In December, 1994, I suffered a major concussion thanks to a bare-knuckled fist to the head. I was knocked unconscious as my head slammed against the ice, and carried off the rink. In the locker room I took multiple showers, because I kept forgetting that I had already showered. However, the team quickly cleared me to play despite signs of a serious concussion. A few weeks later, I experienced a grand mal seizure during a workout. As I convulsed, my teammates restrained me from hurting my...

One More Win And The Washington Capitals Move On
from Chuck Gormley of CSNWashington, Troy Brouwer, now in his fourth season in Washington, noted that all three of his playoff series have been decided in seven games. He said he believes that with the arrivals of coach Barry Trotz and defensemen Brooks Orpik and Matt Niskanen, this year’s Capitals have a better chance of closing the deal in Game 6. “We have to find a way where we can close teams out,” Brouwer said. “I like the pedigree of our team. I like...

The Vancouver Canucks Face A Must Win Game
from Tony Gallagher of the Vancouver Province, Most everyone is all over Mikael Backlund for his post-Game 5 comments about how there’s no way the Flames will lose to the Vancouver Canucks back in Calgary Saturday night. In Van they’re outraged because of the arrogance, and in Calgary they’d like to shut him up much the way Vancouverites would have loved to stuff a sock in the mouth of Kevin Bieksa when he was saying Michael Ferland was irrelevant. Flames fans d...

NHL Short Notes
FRIDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps NY RANGERS 2, Pittsburgh 1 (OT) – NYR win series 4-1 Ottawa 5, MONTREAL 1 – MTL leads series 3-2 Minnesota 4, ST. LOUIS 1 – MIN leads series 3-2   HAGELIN’S OT GOAL LIFTS RANGERS INTO SECOND ROUND Carl Hagelin scored at 10:52 of overtime to lift the Rangers to a Game 5 victory over the Penguins and into the Second Round of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs.  * The Rangers clinche...

Video- Ready For Today’s Playoff Action?
Full playoff mode today...  

How Bad Is It In Toronto?
from Neil Davidson of the CP at the Toronto Star, The blue-chip Maple Leafs brand has survived bad seasons in the past. But 2014-15 took its toll. “I’ll tell you there’s a bunch of us down here that are losing sleep about it,” said Dave Hopkinson, chief commercial officer for Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment. Toronto finished 27th in the league with a 30-44-8 record, losing 34 of its last 43 games and finishing with the NHL’s worst road record (...

Pieces Falling Into Place For The Edmonton Oilers
from Terry Jones of the Edmonton Sun, Ten days ago Bob Nicholson had no real belief he was going to get Connor McDavid. Nor had he given any real thought to the idea of ever being able to hire Peter Chiarelli as his head of hockey operations and new general manager. None. Zero. A week ago Wednesday, Chiarelli was fired by the Boston Bruins. Saturday the Edmonton Oilers won the right to draft Connor McDavid No. 1 overall. Monday Nicholson was made boss of everything for the Oilers...

On To Round 2 For The New York Rangers
from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, And so the Rangers are now 5-0 in potential series clinchers at the Garden over the last four years, and the common denominator to the team’s success is the uncommon goaltender named Henrik Lundqvist. It’s on to the second round for the Blueshirts following Friday’s Game 5, 2-1 overtime triumph over the Penguins on Carl Hagelin’s goal from the right at 10:52. It’s on to the second round for the fourth straight seas...

The St. Louis Blues Now Face Elimination
from Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, There they go again, your St. Louis Blues, the most appropriately named franchise in professional sports. I can’t figure them out. Can you? Why do they insist on giving us the blues? They don’t need a better coach or game plan; they need to go sit on Dr. Phil’s couch. Maybe he can holler at them. With a wonderful chance to take a crucial 3-2 series lead over the Minnesota Wild at home on Friday night, the Blues sco...

Now What Pittsburgh?
from Rob Rossi of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, So even though the Penguins don't want to end the Sidney Crosby/Evgeni Malkin era, I'm not sure they're going to have a choice in the matter. It's not that the franchise centers are unhappy. (They are, but they've been that way since last summer). They've lost faith in the direction of the franchise. And I'm not sure what can be said — especially to Malkin — to make things right. Something has to be done in the wake of ...

Dave Cameron Calls Out Brandon Prust For Spear On Craig Anderson
via the CP at NHL.com, With 2:03 left in Ottawa's 5-1 victory on Friday night, Prust moved into the crease and brushed against Anderson, who responded with a stick jab in the back. Prust then began spearing the goaltender in the midsection and a skirmish broke out. Prust was called for roughing and cross-checking and Patrick Wiercioch got a roughing minor, while P.K. Subban and Eric Gryba got 10 minute misconducts for a lively wrestling match. "There's certainly frustration on th...

Videos- Highlights From Friday’s Playoff Games
The recap package put together by Sportsnet,     The NHL's version is below...

The New York Rangers Advance To The Second Round Of The Stanley Cup Playoffs
The New York Rangers will play the winner of the Washington Capitals/New York Islanders series after beating the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 in OT.

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