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Caps shut out Leafs 4-0

Alex Ovechkin scored his 40th and 41st goals of the season in Washington’s 4-0 win over a flailing Toronto Maple Leafs squad. The Capitals captain now has reached the 40-goal plateau for the tenth straight...
NHL 2015 - Feb 28 - NYR vs PHI -

Photo Gallery: Rangers vs Flyers (02/28/2015)

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting New York Rangers by a score of 4-2 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Michael Del Zotto (#15 PHI) 2nd Sean Courturier (#14 PHI) 3rd J.T. Miller...
Wildwing from the Anaheim Ducks.

Everything’s Ducky in Anaheim

Goalie matchups make sense when coaching decisions make sense. On Friday, or really, back to Thursday, Darryl Sutter’s choices made no sense. Why play your number one guy (Quick), against a quite likely weak...
Left Wing Thomas Vanek (#26) and Center Charlie Coyle (#3) of the Minnesota Wild congratulate teammate Left Wing Jason Zucker (#16) after he scored a goal with 46 seconds left

Wild add Bergenheim

With the long term injuries to Jason Zucker, Ryan Carter, and Matt Cooke, the Minnesota Wild needed to fill some shoes for the stretch run. So Tuesday, GM Chuck Fletcher made another splash in the trade market...
Left Wing R.J. Umberger (#18) of the Philadelphia Flyers gets a step on Defenseman Andrej Sekera (#4) of the Carolina Hurricanes

Big on Defense

What’ new in LALALand? The Kings traded away a first-round pick (if they make the playoffs this year) and a prospect (Roland McKeown) for a defenseman to shore up a blueline weakened by suspension (Voynov)...
Defenseman Kris Letang (#58) of the Pittsburgh Penguins

Pens trump Caps, win 4-3

The Washington Capitals failed to complete the season sweep of the Pittsburgh Penguins, dropping the fourth and final regular season meeting after winning the previous three. For two teams lauded for their...
Goalie Jonathan Quick (#32) of the Los Angeles Kings makes a save with his glove

Never Behind the D

The Wings had their Monday night game with Anaheim well in hand. They were ahead by a pair of goals, and they were continuing to dominate the play towards the end of the second period. But then the Ducks came...