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3 hrs ago | Globe and Mail
Joffrey Lupul scored Saturday in overtime for the Leafs, but it was also the 21st time this season they squandered a third-period lead.
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7 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Only one of them will accomplish the latter, but each of these big-name additions will be scrutinized down the stretch.
9 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
Team Russia forward Yevgeni Kuznetsov leaps against the glass to celebrate his goal with teammate Nikita Pivtsakin and fans in third period quarter-final action against Finland at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Buffalo, N.Y., on Sunday, January 2, 2011.
13 hrs ago | MLive.com
The Detroit Red Wings didn't help themselves at the NHL trade deadline, according to the online gaming site Bovada.lv.
17 hrs ago | Canada.com
Frazer McLaren of the Toronto Maple Leafs punches Jay Rosehill of the Philadelphia Flyers during NHL action at the Air Canada Centre March 8, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Rangers' Derick Brassard celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the second period of a game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday, March 1, 2014, in Philadelphia.
The Washington Capitals signed forward Evgeny Kuznetsov to an entry-level contract Saturday, signaling the end of a nearly four-year wait for the highly-touted prospect.
When looking back over the absolute soul-decimating roller coaster of this season, it's hard to pinpoint exactly why things have gone the way they have for the Ottawa Senators.
March 6, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; Montreal Canadiens left wing Thomas Vanek in action against the Phoenix Coyotes during the first period at Jobing.com Arena.
Teemu Selanne likely was ramping up his workouts in advance of his third NHL training camp in August 1994 when fellow Finn Olli Maatta was born.
There are only 18 games left in the Toronto Maple Leafs 2013-14 season. We are in the home stretch of the NHL season and now the real races for the playoffs start.
Tonight's Pittsburgh Penguins at Anaheim Ducks game showcases two of the top five Stanley Cup contenders.
It hasn't been the best of road trips for the Pittsburgh Penguins and things won't get easier on Friday night when they visit the Anaheim Ducks in a matchup between the two conference leaders in the NHL.
Once the NHL games resumed following the Winter Olympic break the Bruins came out of the gate sluggish and lost their first two games.
When the NHL announced its realignment plan nearly a year ago, Columbus Blue Jackets president John Davidson was quoted on NHL.com as saying: Geographically, a lot of the NHL's realignment made sense, but when it came to the new playoff format, not only did it not appear make common sense, it hardly made any sense at all.
It's the quintessential question that every NHL team is asking right now: Did we improve enough at the deadline to achieve our goals? For the Pittsburgh Penguins , the finish line is where it has been since the third year of Sidney Crosby 's career - winning the Stanley Cup.