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Published: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 17:19:24 -0700

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NHL Playoff Preview

Wed, 15 Apr 2009 17:19:24 -0700

Will the Stanley Cup return to the Motor City in 2009? Wes Goldstein joins Lauren Shehadi to break down the entire playoff picture...



NHL Insider: The Road to the Stanley Cup

Sat, 11 Apr 2009 17:07:41 -0700

The road to the Cup is set with the 16 participants having been decided. All that remains are the match-ups which are still unsettled as the final two days of the season come to an end.



NHL Roundup: Flames and Rangers Big Winners at the Trade Deadline

Sat, 7 Mar 2009 16:14:11 -0700

The Stanley Cup won't be awarded until the late spring, but the Calgary Flames have already emerged as big winners in their own right after the NHL's trade deadline.
According to the official word from the NHL, there were 22 trades made involving 47 players and 21 draft picks. The last three seasons saw 25 deals done with (40, 44, 45 players changing teams respectively).



FemmeFan Weekly: The NHL: Not Dead, Just Forgotten

Thu, 13 Dec 2007 10:29:01 -0700

It's a quarter of the way into the NHL season. Do you know where your local hockey team stands? No? Well don't feel so bad, apparently you're not alone. Hockey, unfortunately is on the decline. Once part of the "big 4" in sports along with the NFL, MLB, and NBA the NHL now finds itself on the outside looking in as NASCAR, for all intents and purposes, has replaced it in the big 4. The NHL, like so many other companies who find themselves floundering, have for the most part no one to blame but themselves.



NHL news from around the web

Thu, 10 May 2007 22:40:52 -0700