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Heading into the season, many predicted that the Penguins and Bruins would again meet in the Eastern Conference Finals.
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The Toronto Maple Leafs want to solidify their hold on a playoff spot, and that showed in their effort last night against the New York Rangers.
The New York Rangers acquired easily the best player dealt at the NHL trade deadline and, on paper, are a better team because of the move.
The New York Rangers made a splash on deadline day when they acquired forward Martin St. Louis from the Tampa Bay Lightning , but that wasn't the only move of the day.
One day after Martin St. Louis debuted with the Rangers, Ryan Callahan prepared Thursday for his first Lightning appearance in Tampa Bay.
The Winnipeg Jets recalled 25-year old center John Albert from the St. John's Ice Caps of the AHL on Thursday.
The New York Rangers bolstered their Stanley Cup hopes with the addition of Martin St. Louis while the Montreal Canadiens added some scoring punch by landing Thomas Vanek ahead of the NHL's trade deadline on Wednesday.
In The End, Cally Priced Himself Out Of NY - And Blueshirts May Be Better For It March 6, 2014 9:59 AM Hockey royalty has arrived at Madison Square Garden in the form of ageless 38-year-old winger Martin St. Louis.
The San Jose Sharks nearly pulled off a deal for Rangers forward Ryan Callahan. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson adhered to that mantra on Wednesday, not pulling off any deals before the NHL trade deadline.
The thing we can safely predict about the results of this NHL trade deadline: only one team is going to win the Stanley Cup.
NHL analyst Zig Fracassi joined Booger and Rich to discuss the Marty St. Louis trade and what the Lightning should expect moving forward.
Marty St. Louis is going to bring a heavy dose of high-octane offense to the New York Rangers, but it's not going to be enough to help his new team get past the Pittsburgh Penguins or the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference.
Almost 20 years ago, the New York Rangers made several trades that mortgaged their future in return for NHL veterans to make a deep playoff run.
Stamkos received the final clearance to return to the lineup following an X-ray and discussion with team physician Dr. Ira Gutentag and will be in the lineup when Tampa Bay opens a six-game homestand on Thursday against Buffalo.
The Toronto Maple Leafs will try once again to record their first win since the Olympic break when they visit the New York Rangers for Wednesday's battle at Madison Square Garden.
The possibility that Marty St. Louis played his last game with the Tampa Bay Lightning may become reality later today.
When the Rangers acquired Kevin Klein on January 22, the defenseman was immediately reunited with two familiar faces from his youth in the Ontario Hockey League.