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Senators 2, Rangers 1 | Ottawa leads series, 1-0: Rangers Lose Opener to Senators. Don’t Blame Henrik Lundqvist.

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 04:04:33 GMT

Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist chasing the puck in a busy first period Thursday in which he made 21 saves against Ottawa. He had 41 for the game.Lundqvist, continuing his strong play, stopped 41 shots, but Erik Karlsson’s goal with 4 minutes 11 seconds left lifted Ottawa.


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Travis Green, New Canucks Coach, Will Focus on Youth and Offense

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 00:39:23 GMT

The former N.H.L. center Travis Green after his introduction as the successor to Willie Desjardins as coach of the Vancouver Canucks.Green, with no N.H.L.-level coaching experience, will have to develop Vancouver’s roster after the club set a franchise low for goals this season.


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U.S.A. Hockey Names a New Executive Director

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 02:10:25 GMT

Pat Kelleher, an assistant executive director who has developed youth programs at U.S.A. Hockey, will become executive director as the sport’s national governing body faces scrutiny for a lack of gender diversity.Pat Kelleher has developed youth programs for the sport’s national governing body, which last month faced a boycott by the national women’s team.


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N.H.L. Playoffs: The Oilers Survive a Wild Third Period to Beat the Ducks

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 15:32:04 GMT

Adam Larsson, center, celebrating one of his two third-period goals in Edmonton’s 5-3 victory over Anaheim in Game 1 on Wednesday.Edmonton blew a two-goal lead in the third but took Game 1 of its second-round series in Anaheim. Nashville also won Game 1 on the road, beating St. Louis.


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Rangers and Senators Captains Lead by Different Examples

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 00:33:01 GMT

The Senators captain Erik Karlsson (65) is an offensive force known for his spectacular passing. Ottawa faces the Rangers in a second-round playoff series starting Thursday.In a contrast in defensemen, Ottawa’s Erik Karlsson is an offensive force known for his passing, while Ryan McDonagh has a more physical style.


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N.H.L. Playoffs: What to Watch in the Second Round

Wed, 26 Apr 2017 09:00:24 GMT

Alex Ovechkin of the Capitals. The Capitals face the Penguins Thursday in the second round of the N.H.L. playoffs.The Washington Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins, who had the two best records in the league, will square off in the main event.


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Distracting or Dirty, N.H.L. Agitators Can Provide a Spark in the Playoffs

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 22:43:34 GMT

The Montreal Canadiens’ Steve Ott (92) going face to face with the Rangers’ Mats Zuccarello in their first-round playoff series. Ott called getting under opponents’ skin “the game within the game.”Some players help their teams by being major irritants. Bloody or illegal hits can be part of the package.


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Rangers Ride Henrik Lundqvist Into the Second Round

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 14:22:00 GMT

Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist had defensive help from Rick Nash (61) against Andrew Shaw in Game 1 against Montreal. But Lundqvist stood tall in his own right in a six-game series victory.“I’m going to have a glass of wine tonight, maybe two,” Coach Alain Vigneault said after his team eliminated the Montreal Canadiens.


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Rangers 3, Canadiens 1 | Rangers win series, 4-2: Rangers Beat the Canadiens in Game 6 and Advance to the Conference Semifinals

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 05:06:35 GMT

Henrik Lundqvist protected a one-goal lead for more than 25 minutes until the Rangers’ late empty-net goal.They will play the Boston Bruins or the Ottawa Senators in the next round.


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Swiss Teenager Nico Hischier Raises His Standing for N.H.L. Draft

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 20:17:58 GMT

Nico Hischier (13) after scoring in a game for top prospects in January in Quebec City. Hischier, 18, a center who starred for Switzerland at the under-20 world junior hockey championship, is now ranked No. 2 among N.H.L. draft prospects.Hischier, 18, who starred at the under-20 world junior hockey championship, is poised to become the highest Swiss-born player selected in the June draft.


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Rangers at Home Aim to Eliminate the Canadiens in Game 6

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 01:07:21 GMT

Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist (30) during Thursday’s 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in Game 5. Lundqvist made 34 saves.After falling behind in the best-of-seven series, the Rangers have turned the tables on Montreal and are returning home for Game 6.


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Alex Ovechkin Briefly Leaves Game 5 After a Hard Hit

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 00:08:53 GMT

Alex Ovechkin lay on the ice after a hit by Nazem Kadri on Friday during Game 5.Ovechkin, the Washington Capitals star, took a hard check from Nazem Kadri of the Toronto Maple Leafs during the first period on Friday but was back on the ice for the second.


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