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The PHT Nightcap – Monday, April 5

Apr 6, 2010, 2:00 AM EDT

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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:

NHL Playoffs Update: Colorado and Philly Survive

Mueller injured after questionable hit by Blake - Apparently it was a concussion, as you’ll see soon.

Blues’ Jackman played through injury for 2 weeks - Jackman is much tougher than you are. Most likely.

Video: Minnesota’s wild comeback - Quite the comeback.

Gretzky and Modano: Cleaning up Stars ownership mess - Could they put together the most talented group of owners ever?

Theo Fleury disappointed after James’ pardon - Ugh, this doesn’t sound like a good situation at all.

Hull actually interested in Stars ownership? - He clearly wants to upgrade his title from ambassador of fun to OWNER of fun.

Mueller has concussion, out indefinitely - Big loss of the Avs.

Modano responds to ownership reports 

Hawks commit to Niemi for the postseason - Pretty good idea, Chicago.

Oduya at peace with trade to Thrashers - As hard as it may be to not live in New Jersey anymore …

Stars sign Petersen to 2-year extension

Byfuglien on Keith: He plays weird - Funny stuff from goofy old Byfuglien.

PHT at Wachovia: My first day in the media - Great fly-on-the-wall stuff from Brandon.

Should the Capitals rest their stars? - They won without Mike Green, so maybe the answer is yes.

Tonight’s games: Focus on Boston

Last night to vote for Bertuzzday IV

Draft talk: Living up to hype, Hall-Seguin update - The mid to late 90s were a bad time for … everything.

Montreal Canadiens’ most frustrating player - Good stuff from Four Habs Fans.

Jarome Iginla’s disturbing, untimely slump - Seriously, he’s been terrible.

The road ahead for Flames and Avalanche

Taylor Hall-Tyler Seguin duel remains one-sided - It hasn’t been a good series for Seguin.

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