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  • In what may well be the most amazing 62 minutes, 49 seconds of hockey ever played in Nationwide Arena, Columbus overcame a 3 - 0 deficit to stun the favored Penguins and even their Stanley Cup Playoff series. This one is so rich, so textured... read more...
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  • The Blues looked outstanding for long stretches in Game 4. Vladimir Tarasenko was spectacular, notching two goals in what proved to be a losing effort. With a 3-2 lead and only a handful of minutes left to play in the third, a victory was within reach. Then the Blues committed the #1 mistake you can’t make while protecting a lead – sit back on defense. Chica... read more...
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  • Jay Beagle was a little surprised when the centering pass from Jason Chimera behind the net– hard, crisp and perfectly placed – found him out in front. But the moment he released a one-timer, the hard-working center knew the shot would hold significance. That shot, which went between Chicago netminder Corey Crawford’s legs to make […]... read more...
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  • DALLAS – The Ducks are celebrating Earth Week by coming back down to it. They came into the Stanley Cup playoffs as the epitome of youth, speed and depth. They have run into someone faster and just as deep, and too young to care that the Ducks had... read more...
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  • In the wake of the Penguins’ brutal 4-3 overtime loss to Columbus in Game 4, I decided to summarize the team’s Jekyll-and-Hyde performance by breaking it down into three categories: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. THE GOOD – The First Period (or at least the first 11 minutes): The Pens looked fast, crisp and confident as they bolted to a... read more...
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  • Thursday night in Raleigh, N.C., was not the type of springtime hockey the Washington Capitals are accustomed to. Two non-playoff bound teams sleepwalked through three periods, drawing that much closer to the end of the season with little of consequence up for grabs. Not even the usually upbeat Joel Ward, who posted a goal and […]... read more...
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  • ST. LOUIS – It might be too little too late for their playoff chances but the Capitals put together one of their best performances of the season to capture a 4-1 win over the Blues and stay alive at least for another day. Alex Ovechkin recorded his 50th goal of the season in the win […]... read more...
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  • The first shift of the 1st period was a bit jumbled, for the Blackhawks, as the Blues nearly took advantage of a bouncing puck rebound, but Corey Crawford was able to freeze the puck.  After that, the Hawks dominated the first half, of the 1st period. At 13:32, of the 1st period, Steve Ott jumped Michal Handzus, and a mini-scrum ensued. […]... read more...
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  • RALEIGH, N.C., — It didn’t take long for Washington Capitals Owner Ted Leonsis to offer something of a mea culpa now that his team will officially miss the playoffs for the first time since 2007. “Before the Capitals season started, I was quoted as saying I didn’t see any weakness in our lineup … Obviously, […]... read more...
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  • For the first time since the 2006-07 season, the Washington Capitals will not reach the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Capitals were mathematically eliminated from reaching the postseason Wednesday night when the Detroit Red Wings earned a point for their shootout loss in Pittsburgh and the Columbus Blue Jackets captured two with a win at Dallas. […]... read more...
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  • Game Four would be an action packed, emotional game for the St. Louis Blues and Chicago Blackhawks. Unfortunately for the Blues the would fail to hold a lead and end up in OT. The Blackhawks would get the gamewinner to tie the series 2-2. ... read more...
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  • Examine the Capitals roster and there aren’t many players who aren’t under contract for next season. As of this writing, Washington already has more than $58.4 million committed to 21 players for the 2014-15 season, including players such as rookie defensemen Connor Carrick and Patrick Wey, who both ended the year in the NHL. Only […]... read more...
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