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The end of Mike Babcock's media tour took him to Sportsnet's Hockey Night in Canada studios, where he sat down with George Strombolopolous for an 11-minute interview that aired during the 1st intermission: If it's possible to make Mike Ba...

From the Associated Press: NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman expects the salary cap for the 2015-16 season to settle in around $71 million, depending on the fluctuations of the Canadian dollar. Appearing between the first and second periods o...

Was there a hockey game last night? You’ve got to love how disruptive the Maple Leafs can be. There was TSN posting a lengthy clip of Mike Babcock’s plane touching down early in the morning. There was members of the media throwing pr...

Born in Rat Portage, Ontario, Tommy Phillips played for the local junior team before moving to Montreal to attending McGill University in 1902, where he joined the school's hockey team and was named the team captain. He also found time to pla...

When the New York Rangers brought Dan Boyle in over the off-season, they saw themselves adding a veteran defenseman, who has a wealth of playoff experience, and the ability to […]

Anaheim slapped around Chicago again and is now leading the WCF series 2-1 [Puck Daddy] Sudden death hockey is anything but morb...

from Tom Jones of the Tampa Bay Tribune, Sudden death. It's the most dramatic moment in all of hockey. In all of sports, really. Is there anything more exciting, more agonizing, more gripping than sudden death overtime in the Stanley Cup ...

from Barry Rozner of the Chicago Daily-Herald, The Ducks stifled the Hawks in the third and yet another power play went for naught when the Hawks failed to get bodies to the net and pucks to the goal. "It's frustrating," Sharp said. "We h...

Nick Kypreos talks hockey with Keith Olbermann.  

from Scott Burnside of ESPN, Instead of letting the past determine their future, the Anaheim Ducks revealed an inner fortitude that now has them halfway to a berth in the Stanley Cup finals. Less than 48 hours after a crushing triple-over...


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Is Henrik Lundqvist Really “They Guy”?
from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, It was a laughing matter to Alain Vigneault, the coach so taken aback by the inquiry at the Rangers’ press availability at the team hotel Thursday that he chuckled both before answering and while ...

NHL Playoffs 2015: Latest Stanley Cup Scores, Standings and Predictions
Anaheim came to Chicago with a purpose, and the Ducks accomplished that goal by beating the Blackhawks 2-1 on their home ice in Game 3. Many thought that the Ducks were going to be in bad shape after losing Game 2 in triple overtime and then havi...

How to Improve NHL Network
When the NHL Network launched in Canada in 2001, the thought of having 24/7 NHL news, programming and games was enough to make any hockey fan drool. It was a […]

The Penguins Should Not Trade Evgeni Malkin
With the latest playoff disappointment for the Pittsburgh Penguins, many individuals have begun to brainstorm on how the Steel City can regain its winning form. As a result of this […]

Quick Strikes for Friday, May 22
Lots of updates on Mike Babcock to the Toronto Maple Leafs + news and notes from around the NHL for your Friday links. More publicity for this guy, and less for the astronaut, okay? [NHL.com]

The Anaheim Ducks Beat The Chicago Blackhawks 2-1
from Scott Burnside of ESPN, Instead of letting the past determine their future, the Anaheim Ducks revealed an inner fortitude that now has them halfway to a berth in the Stanley Cup finals. Less than 48 hours after a crushing triple-over...

Video- Nick Kypreos Talks Stanley Cup Playoffs With Keith Olbermann
Nick Kypreos talks hockey with Keith Olbermann.  

Daily Links Around the NHL
Anaheim slapped around Chicago again and is now leading the WCF series 2-1 [Puck Daddy] Sudden death hockey is anything but morb...

1907 Kenora Thistles Tommy Phillips Jersey
Born in Rat Portage, Ontario, Tommy Phillips played for the local junior team before moving to Montreal to attending McGill University in 1902, where he joined the school's hockey team and was named the team captain. He also found time to pla...

Dan Boyle Is Living up to His Expectations
When the New York Rangers brought Dan Boyle in over the off-season, they saw themselves adding a veteran defenseman, who has a wealth of playoff experience, and the ability to […]

Friday Mashup: Hell of a Few Days
Was there a hockey game last night? You’ve got to love how disruptive the Maple Leafs can be. There was TSN posting a lengthy clip of Mike Babcock’s plane touching down early in the morning. There was members of the media throwing pr...


 
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