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The PHT Nightcap – Wednesday, March 31

Apr 1, 2010, 1:00 AM EST

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We put a lot of content on this blog each day, and we understand it can be a bit tough to keep track of everything. So at the end of the day we’ll put up a nightly recap of all of that day’s news. Presenting the Pro Hockey Talk Nightcap:

Goal of the night: Rick Nash

Save of the night: Jeff Delauriers

Predators grinding through a brutal March – Grinding is what they do best in Smashville. No, wait…

Burrows says Coyotes would love Winnipeg – Coyotes fans are now big fans of Stephane Auger.

NHL Playoffs update: Chicago keeps stumbling

Ville Leino feeling confident in Philly – Detroit fans asking, “Where was this before?”

Chicago needs to raise its level of concern – Antti Niemi then later on went and told us to get our shine box.

Edmonton Oilers “earn” right to draft Hall or Seguin – Oh they earned it all right. The hard way.

USA Hockey names its 2010 under-18 team – See who will beat Canada for gold in the future now. USA! USA! USA!

Calgary Flames should fire the Sutter brothers – Not to point fingers here but…

Taylor Hall, Tyler Seguin among Combine invitees – Guess which one is the future Oiler.

Caption contest: John Tavares gets pinched – Win a free fake dinner on James.

Getting to know Hobey Baker Award finalists – They’re the best players you haven’t heard of until now.

Inside Henrik Sedin’s assist-filled season – Daniel feels all the pride though.

Tonight’s Games: No margin of error

Happy Birthday to Gordie Howe – And he celebrates by pulling a sweater over his sons’ heads.

Eastern Conference Playoff Spoilers – Who knew the Leafs would be a factor?!

Nervous About Nabokov – Because the Sharks need another scapegoat in the playoffs.

Avalanche Playoff Hopes Under Fire – Since they’re being chased by the Flames. Ahh, puns.

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