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The PHT Nightcap – Friday, April 9

Apr 10, 2010, 12:10 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:

Video: Modano’s emotional night in Big D: If you’re not moved by this, you’re a monster.

NHL playoffs update: Rangers knocking on the door: But would they kick it in later in the evening?

Hornqvist expected to be ready for playoffs: The Preds are going to need Horny for the playoffs.

The case for Sidney Crosby for the Hart Trophy: Yeah, cause that should be tough to make.

Ponikarovsky hit on Bailey: Suspension-worthy?: I’m thinking it might be…

Poll: Who should win the Hart Trophy?

Nick Lidstrom should not retire this year: Yes, he’s playing as good as ever. Seriously.

Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin top list of young scorers: Also, water still wet.

Shootout-happy season benefits Coyotes most: Hello potential playoff storyline.

Alexei Ponikarovsky suspended 2 games: See… Told you it might be.

Capitals don’t need to name a No. 1 goalie: Jose & Semyon sounds like a Vegas act anyway.

My insane (but awesome) shootout solution: James lures you to his padded room with genius.

Quick hits: Jeff Carter might be back tonight: All that and much, much more.

Tyler Myers’ Calder Trophy argument: The debate rages on.

North Dakota Fighting Sioux no more: Political correctness run amok once again.

Coyotes inch closer to sale: Ice Edge steps to the plate first…

Blackhawks’ price of success: Supply and demand rears its ugly head again.

Blake Geoffrion wins Hobey Baker: Wisconsin’s best brings home the hardware.

Coyotes with more than one bidder: …and Glendale Hockey jumps in as well.

NHL Draft lottery preparation guide: It’s not the ping pong party you thought it was.

NHL playoffs update: Just win baby: The Rangers kicked the door in; Chaos ensues.

Matt Duchene hurt vs. Chicago: Potentially tough blow for the youthful Avs in the playoffs.

Race for the Rocket: Ovechkin first to 50: And how will Sid and Steven answer?

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