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No miracles in yesterday’s draft lottery. Here’s the history of the eighth overall pick dating back to 1990: The top 20 prospects per the March ISS rankings: Nick Ritchie is going to get a lot of play in Leafland because he’s thi...

from, The Florida Panthers will pick first in the 2014 NHL Draft after winning the lottery Tuesday. As the 29th place team in the final 2013-14 NHL standings, the Panthers entered with an 18.8 percent chance of getting the No. 1 p...

Playoffs Round 1 Eastern Conference Puck the Bunny appears on All Habs Hockey Magazine predicting outcomes of Canadiens games. Puck, the Brazilian prognosticating bunny, is now in Canada. In his first two seasons as a member of the All Habs te...

Rooting for a team other than your own beloved hockey club can be a tricky business. Many won’t even entertain the idea, dismissing the concept of actively supporting another team as nothing short of heresy. But for others, the NHL playoffs...

from Lance Pugmire of the LA Times, Maybe a man who has steered his teams to six regular-season division titles but never gotten one past a second-round playoff series is supposed to keep quiet about his longing to hold the Stanley Cup. T...

from Jeff Z. Klein of the New York Times, Despite a series of rule changes and awareness campaigns aimed at eliminating spinal cord trauma, amateur hockey players continue to sustain paralyzing injuries from crashing into the boards. Tom Smit...

GameDay: Habs vs Lightning – Game 1 (Apr-16, 2014) On this day in hockey history… 1957 – Montreal beat Boston 5-1 in Game Five of the Finals, to become the 1957 Stanley Cup Champions.  Round 1  The series is tied 0-0. … ...

“The Oilers are a great organization. I mean, they’ve had tons of super stars, so it would be huge for me. It would definitely be the greatest thing ever for me.” […] Author information

from Michael Arace of the Columbus Dispatch, The Jackets are hurting. Nathan Horton (abdominal surgery) is out. Nick Foligno (knee) and R.J. Umberger (upper body) are still mending. Among the three are 1,700 regular-season and 86 playoff game...

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In Defence of the Leafs’ Colton Orr
As the Toronto media pore over every minute detail of the Maple Leafs’ collapse the finger of blame is being pointed most aggressively at Randy Carlyle and justifiably so. Part of that seems to be an insistence that Colton Orr is run out of...

Playing by the Numbers: A Fearless Forecast of the Playoffs
Last post, I talked about the accuracy of hockey’s Pythagorean Theorem in predicting the performance of teams in the regular season. I also discussed how the formula could be used to project playoff results provided an experiment to see if ...

LIVE CHAT: NHL playoffs puck drop
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The Top Offseason Priority for Every NHL Team That Missed the Playoffs
As the NHL's 16 top teams prepare for the opening round of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs, the 14 non-playoff clubs must absorb the disappointment of failing to qualify. These teams face a long offseason dealing with the issues that kept them out o...

Flames assign Keegan Kanzig and Emile Poirier to Abbotsford Heat
CALGARY, AB -- The Calgary Flames announced today that they have assigned defenceman Keegan Kanzig and forward Emile Poirier to the Abbotsford Heat of the American Hockey League. Kanzig, a native of Athabasca, Alberta, played in 63 games with ...

Broad Street vs. Broadway: 2014 Stanley Cup Metropolitan Semi-Finals Preview
Home ice is usually important in every playoff series, but in the first-round matchup between the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers, it could be the difference maker. The Importance […] Author information

Kings-Sharks: Exploding Myths
Who flinches first? The Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks are set to collide again this Thursday, the third time in four years that the I-5 rivals will play […] Author information

5 Reasons Why the Penguins Have a Possession Problem (Part II)
The Penguins aren't deep enough this year. They'll have to rely on a top-heavy forward group and hope that a deeper team like Boston doesn't make them pay. Author information

2014 NHL Playoffs: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Montreal Canadiens Series Preview
The first round series between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Montreal Canadiens begins today: so how do these two teams match-up? After an impressive run to finish a surprisingly successful regular season, the Tampa Bay Lightning claimed...

Atlantic division semifinal game 1:Tampa Bay Lightning versus Montreal Canadiens game one preview
The NHL playoffs are a process of surviving. The second season begins tonight for the Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens, who played a tight regular season series Follow @RawCharge !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElem...

Craig Berube comments April 15
Craig Berube talks about making his head coaching debut, Mason's recovery, and playing the Rangers following practice today.

Meltzer’s Musings: Line Matching, Team Stat Comparisons
LINE MATCHING MAY BE TOUGH VS. BLUESHIRTS One of the difficulties of playing against the New York Rangers is the depth of talent throughout the New York lineup. The Flyers' first-round playoff opponent is not one against whom line matching is an ...

Meltzer’s Musings: Line Matching, Quick Hits
LINE MATCHING MAY BE TOUGH VS. BLUESHIRTS One of the difficulties of playing against the New York Rangers is the depth of talent throughout the New York lineup. The Flyers' first-round playoff opponent is not one against whom line matching is an ...

“The Rules Do Not Change During The Playoffs”
from Kerry Fraser of TSN, The margin for victory between all the teams is very slim and mistakes made by players and officials are magnified at this time of year. Simply put, mistakes can be the difference between a team and an official from ...

Quick Picks Round One
Alright with the Stanley Cup finals kicking off (okay facing off) tonight figured it was time I post my picks for the first round so that I can either say “I told you so” or you can say it to me in about week and a half – two wee...

Keep McPhee And Oates
from John Feinstein of the Washington Post, If Leonsis is going to jettison McPhee and Oates — or just McPhee, as seems possible — he should have done it Monday. It isn’t as if he hasn’t had plenty of time to look at h...

Typical Sabres luck: Panthers win draft lottery
Tuesdsay April 15th was supposed to be a great day for the Buffalo Sabres and their fans. Instead, it felt like typical Buffalo luck. The NHL Draft Lottery was held yesterday evening and it was supposed to be a validation for all of the awful hoc...

Why I believe the Avs can beat the Wild and win the Stanley Cup
I believe the Avalanche are poised to beat not only the Wild, but win the Stanley Cup. There is no real way of doing this story without having fan-bias. I accept that as a premise, but I do genuinely believe the title from both a hockey p...

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