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Penguins prevail over Preds in strange Game 1

Tue, 30 May 2017 03:01:54 GMT

Pittsburgh went exactly 37 minutes without a shot on goal in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Jake Guentzel broke the drought, and won the game.



Antti Raanta and the possibility he goes to Vegas

Sun, 28 May 2017 14:02:07 GMT

In the latest issue of The Hockey News, they have Vegas selecting Antti Raanta from the Rangers in the expansion draft. There is a belief that Vegas will acquire Marc-Andre Fleury but The Hockey News instead has Fleury being traded to Calgary. They wrote later in the issue that Raanta is "cheap, a short investment, still in his prime and often outplayed 'The King." Great target for the Golden Knights. The other goalies for Vegas, according to The Hockey News, could be Phillipe Grubauer and Larent Brossoit. Other players of note that they have heading to Vegas include Michael Del Zotto and Carl Hagelin. For more on the expansion draft, click HERE. For more on Raanta's potential future, click HERE.



Capitals to host Maple Leafs in outdoor game at U.S. Naval Academy

Mon, 29 May 2017 22:55:27 GMT

As part of the 2018 Stadium Series, the Washington Capitals will host the Toronto Maple Leafs. The NHL confirmed this news today, which originally surfaced from the AP on May 27. To be more specific, the event takes place at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, which is located at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.



Could Larry Robinson be joining the Florida Panthers?

Mon, 29 May 2017 23:06:39 GMT

Last week, it was revealed that with his contract about to expire, Larry Robinson would not return to the San Jose Sharks. Robinson, a six-time Stanley Cup champion with the Montreal Canadiens as a player, was the Sharks’ director of player development. Given the comments his agent, Donnie Cape, made to the Montreal Gazette a few days ago, Robinson still wants to work for an NHL club — just not behind the bench as a coach.



Marian Gaborik stands to benefit from Los Angeles Kings overhaul

Mon, 29 May 2017 08:00:00 GMT

With the Los Angeles Kings cleaning house this summer, firing longtime GM Dean Lombardi and coach Darryl Sutter, there are likely to be some personnel and lineup changes going into next season. Rob Blake and John Stevens are looking to put their stamp on the team and steer them into a return to the playoffs. One of the players who may be a beneficiary of the coaching change is winger Marian Gaborik. Gaborik has been the subject of buyout speculation due to his long term contract and underwhelming numbers but Blake has already said that he will not be bought out this summer and the team will commit to him for at least another year. Gaborik broke into the NHL in 2000 as a highly-touted prospect



How do you handle losing the Stanley Cup?

Mon, 29 May 2017 00:29:29 GMT

There's no second place trophy in hockey, so how do NHL players deal with the disappointment of losing out on the Stanley Cup? Blackhawks' Bobby Hull and Tony Esposito describe the bitterness that comes with defeat.



Predators take hands-off approach to Crosby

Tue, 30 May 2017 04:25:06 GMT

David Fleming ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and FlemFile columnist for ESPN.com. Has written more than 30 cover stories for SI and ESPN. Author of "Noah's Rainbow" (a father's memoir) and "Breaker Boys" (stolen 1925 NFL title). Follow on Twitter PITTSBURGH -- Back when he was the coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, I asked Peter Laviolette to help me with a story about hockey scrums. We were standing in the narrow hallway outside his office, and after several minutes -- when it became clear I wasn't understanding the basic human quality that fuels retaliation -- Laviolette slowly but sternly grabbed two fistfuls of my shirt and pushed me backward down the hallway.



Ripple effect of Patrick Sharp trade still stings Blackhawks 2 years later

Mon, 29 May 2017 12:39:00 GMT

On July 10, 2015, the Blackhawks traded winger Patrick Sharp and defensive prospect Stephen Johns to the Stars for defenseman Trevor Daley and winger Ryan Garbutt. The Hawks and general manager Stan Bowman had to unload Sharp's salary to get below the salary cap and Johns was the price they had to pay — a steep one considering the Stars are also in the Central Division. The trade hurt at the time for Hawks fans. They were saying goodbye to a key component of three Stanley Cup runs in Sharp. And two years later, the trade still stings thanks to the consequences it had on the Hawks roster in its aftermath and how the trade may affect the team's future. The part of the trade that was supposed to



Raw Charge Round Table: Expansion Draft

Mon, 29 May 2017 05:00:00 GMT

(With special guest, BoltsGuy04.) Is Jonathan Drouin really that irreplaceable? Jonathan Drouin is a 22 year old restricted free agent who will need a new contract this year. His last contract was a three-year entry-level deal with an annual salary of $894,167. He will command a significant raise. Actium (Matt): Here’s the blunt truth. Look at the wingers Tampa Bay has and tell me who, outside of Nikita Kucherov, is an offensive threat with the tools that Drouin has? I’ll wait. The Tampa Bay Lightning are much stronger with Drouin on board. There is no debating this. JustinG.: Nope. No one is irreplaceable in the eyes of Steve Yzerman. They are all just pieces in a great Stanley Cup puzzle for



Defending champion Penguins appear to have playoff experience advantage

Mon, 29 May 2017 16:35:29 GMT

With the minutes counting down before the puck is dropped Monday night at PPG Paints Arena to kick off the 2017 Stanley Cup Final, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators continued to size up one another. On paper at least, there was one area the defending champion Penguins appeared to have an indisputable advantage: playoff experience. "Anytime you won it before there are some good memories you can think back on," said Pittsburgh winger Carl Hagelin, who is appearing in his third Final in the past four seasons. Not only is this year's Pittsburgh roster almost identical to the group that won the franchise's fourth championship last year, but the Predators conversely as a franchise are still playoff neophytes for the most part entering the best-of-seven series.



Morning Skate: No surprise cheap-shot artists are running wild

Mon, 29 May 2017 18:23:33 GMT

It was the longest run that the P-Bruins have had in a few years and another unmistakable sign that the future is brightening for the Black and Gold, but the Bruins AHL affiliate has ended their playoff push in the Calder Cup semi-finals.  The Providence Bruins fell by a 3-1 score to the Syracuse Crunch on Saturday night to lose to the Crunch in five games when the best-of-seven series was set to return to Providence this coming week. The P-Bruins had vanquished the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins and Hershey Bears in the first two rounds of the Calder Cup playoffs before finally exiting against Syracuse.  Though it’s over, it’s clear some of the Bruins prospects made a nice step forward over



The 2017 Stanley Cup Final could be decided by 2 players who won’t play

Mon, 29 May 2017 11:30:02 GMT

Predators-Penguins would be a lot different if Ryan Johansen and Kris Letang were healthy right now. It’s not difficult to figure out which names to focus on in the 2017 Stanley Cup Final. The Nashville Predators rode an unmatched defense led by P.K. Subban and Roman Josi to the championship series.



Grading the 2016-17 Canadiens: Our community’s evaluations of the forwards

Mon, 29 May 2017 05:00:00 GMT

In the first part of the community season reviews, we looked at the goalies and defencemen and how you ranked their play this season. The overall opinion was a positive one for the defensive personnel, with no major criticisms. The opinions were fairly positive about the forwards who played major roles this season as well, with the most impressive being those who showed top-six potential for the first time in their career. But there were also some players who didn’t meet their expectations. Forwards There was a lot of excitement when the season started with a top prospect joining the team from the Swedish league and a Russian star bringing his offence back to North America. However, it was a