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from Gene Collier of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Penguins, who started what figures to be a short spring, showed up in Gotham as a convincing facsimile of the Penguins you've come to know and mourn. "We didn't do it early enough toni...

from Sean Gordon of the Globe and Mail, Most pro sports view acts of wanton violence as a failure, to be lamented and erased from memory as quickly as possible; in hockey, they can become cultural touchstones. Call it a manifestation of t...

from Martin Fennelly of The Tampa Tribune, The first shot he faced in his Stanley Cup playoff career, nine minutes into the game, got past him. Not really his fault. The fourth shot he faced in his Stanley Cup playoff career, eight seconds in...

from Mark Whicker of the Los Aneles Daily News, Whether NHL players actually sleep during the playoffs is debatable. It’s classified information anyway. But it’s doubtful that the Anaheim Ducks were walking the floors when they go...

from Jeff Gordon of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Minnesota Wild played fast and the Blues couldn’t quite catch up, falling 4-2 in Game 1 of this best-of-seven series. This was not how Blues coach Ken Hitchcock envisioned his tea...

Nicknamed "Mr. Devil", Ken Daneyko, born on this date in 1964, was drafted in the first round 18th overall by the New Jersey Devils in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft after a season and a half playing defense for the Spokane Flyers and a h...

Sportsnet with their version, just under 2 1/2 minutes...     Below, the NHL's version of the nightly recap...

University of Michigan defenseman Zachary Werenski wasn't just the youngest player in the NCAA during the 2014-15 season. He also was considered one of the best at his position. "I can't tell you how close he is to playing in the NHL, but I can...

“The media debates it a lot, but we don’t get a lot of negative feedback from fans. In fact, when you see the way the races played out and the importance of every game in the regular season, there are teams that wish they had a couple ...

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NHL Draft Lottery to Determine First Shot at McDavid
There's a significant jackpot awaiting the winner of the 2015 NHL Draft Lottery on Saturday (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, TVA Sports). The team winning the lottery will be able to choose between two players projected to be generational talents eligible...

2015 NHL Draft Lottery Procedure
A weighted system used to determine the order for the first round of the 2015 NHL Draft for the 14 Clubs not qualifying for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the 2015 NHL Draft Lottery will take place on Saturday, April 18, in Toronto. In coordination ...

Pacioretty, Stone both back for Habs-Sens tilt
Pacioretty, Stone both back for Habs-Sens tilt

The Candidates to Replace Flyers Coach Craig Berube

Recapping the 2014-15 NHL Atlantic Division regular season Part I
With the regular season having officially concluded, the Raw Charge staff looks back at preseason predictions compared to how each Atlantic Division team did after the past seven months. Back in October, an analysis (

Is Playing Sam Bennett a Good Move?
View image | The surprise announcement before game one last Wednesday was that Sam Bennett, the fourth overall draft pick in the 2014 NHL draft, would be in the […]

Philipp Grubauer: Will Start Friday
Philipp Grubauer: Grubauer will get the nod on Friday for Game 2 of Washington's playoff series against the Islanders. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Ron Hextall comments April 17
Flyers General Manager Ron Hextall talks about the decision to relieve Craig Berube of his coaching duties.

Philadelphia Flyers: Hextall Gives Berube the Boot
Late this morning, the Philadelphia Flyers  announced the firing of head coach Craig Berube. In his two seasons as head coach, Berube managed to acquire 75 wins, 58 losses, and 28 overtime losses. Continue reading →

Open Post- Tonight’s Stanley Cup Playoff Games
The New York Islanders, Chicago Blackhawks and Calgary Flames look to go up 2-0 tonight and take that lead back home. Meanwhile, Montreal wants to be up 2-0 wheh they head to Ottawa. Tonight's schedule is below and feel free to discuss anythin...

NHL releases Sabres lottery ball combinations
And now you can simulate your own heart-pounding lottery drawings! The NHL Draft is still months away, but the draft lottery, perhaps the most exciting night of the year for fans of the

Philadelphia Flyers: Head Coach Craig Berube Fired!
Breaking News: Flyers Fire Craig Berube According to numerous sources, the Philadelphia Flyers have fired their head coach Craig Berube. This news comes after Ron Hextall had addressed the public earlier this week, claiming he had no intentions of...

How About Terry Murray As The Next Coach Of The Philadelphia Flyers?
from Allan Muir of Sports Illustrated, There are guys who plant the seeds and there are guys who harvest the crops. Babcock and Julien? They’re harvesters. And right now what this team needs more than anything is a planter. The Flye...

Video- Hear It, New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins Game 1
via the NHL YouTube channel, The New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins squared off in Game 1 of the their series. Listen in as microphones pick up the action on the ice.  

Blues Refuse To Repeat Playoffs History
The St. Louis Blues made a statement in losing the opening game of their Round One series in the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs to the Minnesota Wild Thursday night. They’ve […]

Playoff Home Ice: Not Really An Advantage
As the results of the opening games of the 2014-15 NHL playoffs show, having home ice advantage isn’t what it’s all cracked up to be — unless you’re an Original Six […]

Braden Holtby: (Illness) Misses Morning Skate
Braden Holtby: Holtby (illness) missed the morning skate, but is expected to play in Game 2 against the Islanders on Friday, Mike Vogel of Monumental Network reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

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