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  1. Video: Alex Burrows bites Patrice Bergeron, might face suspension

    Jun 1, 2011, 10:00 PM EDT

    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks

    Alex Burrows is probably primed for a suspension after biting Patrice Bergeron at the end of the first period of Game 1.

  2. Roberto Luongo and Tim Thomas stand strong in Game 1′s wide open first period

    Jun 1, 2011, 9:18 PM EDT

    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks - Game One

    The Bruins and Canucks created a ton of chances in a wide-open first period, but the score remained 0-0 because of brilliant work by Tim Thomas and Roberto Luongo.

  3. Your primer for Game 1 of 2011 Stanley Cup finals between Bruins, Canucks

    Jun 1, 2011, 7:12 PM EDT

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    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks

    Want to catch up with all the PHT content heading into Game 1 of the 2011 Stanley Cup finals? Read all about the Bruins and Canucks in this post.

  4. Ryan Kesler gives Americans a reason to root for Vancouver

    Jun 1, 2011, 6:56 PM EDT

    Ryan Kesler

    Are you a conflicted American hockey fan and don’t want to root for the Bruins but feel a little bit dirty rooting for Vancouver? Ryan Kesler is here to make you feel better.

  5. Canucks miracle man Manny Malhotra will not play in Game 1 tonight

    Jun 1, 2011, 5:31 PM EDT

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    Manny Malhotra

    Miracles will have to wait for the time being as Manny Malhotra will not play in tonight’s Game 1 against Boston.

  6. Flames fail to sign 2009 first round pick Tim Erixon, deal him to Rangers

    Jun 1, 2011, 5:00 PM EDT

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    Tim Erixon, Darryl Sutter

    The Jay Feaster era as GM of the Calgary Flames is already off to a rocky start as he was forced to deal 2009 first round pick Tim Erixon to the Rangers because he couldn’t get him signed by the deadline.

  7. Vancouver-born Milan Lucic trying to be thorn in hometown team’s side in Stanley Cup finals

    Jun 1, 2011, 4:19 PM EDT

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    Milan Lucic

    Milan Lucic might be from Vancouver, but he’s going to try and put the screws to his hometown team while with the Bruins. He’s also going to try and win it for another former Bruins and Canucks player now in the Boston front office.

  8. PHT Predicts: Who will win the Stanley Cup?

    Jun 1, 2011, 1:50 PM EDT

    Stanley Cup Media Day

    You’ve gotten all the analysis you need, now you get to hear from us as we put our money where our mouth is and pick who wins the Stanley Cup.

  9. Bruins and Canucks most likely to become villains in the 2011 Stanley Cup finals

    Jun 1, 2011, 1:00 PM EDT

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    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks

    Which Bruins and Canucks are most likely to be considered “villains” in the 2011 Stanley Cup finals? Here are prime candidates from each team.

  10. Colin Campbell to step down as league disciplinarian, Brendan Shanahan to replace him

    Jun 1, 2011, 12:44 PM EDT

    Brendan Shanahan

    It appears that Colin Campbell will be out as the league disciplinarian and former NHL star Brendan Shanahan will be taking his place as the league disciplinarian.

  11. Vancouver looks to win their first Stanley Cup since 1915

    Jun 1, 2011, 11:35 AM EDT

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    Vancouver_Millionaires_1915

    While the Canucks have never won the Stanley Cup, the city of Vancouver has been without the prize since the early 1900′s. They’re probably feeling some separation anxiety by now.

  12. Bruins continue to reap rewards of Cam Neely trade with Canucks 25 years later

    Jun 1, 2011, 9:00 AM EDT

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    Nathan Horton, Milan Lucic

    It would be bad enough if you judged the Cam Neely trade just by how his career (and Glen Wesley’s seven seasons) compared to Barry Pederson’s time. Yet when you follow all the assets the Bruins received thanks to trading Wesley later on, it’s clear Boston continues to benefit from that move.

  13. Plenty of Canucks fans buying tickets in Boston, Bruins fans not as willing to travel to Vancovuer

    Jun 1, 2011, 4:43 AM EDT

    2011scflogo

    Plenty of numbers breaking down exactly how much tickets are for this year’s Cup Final; including statistics that show Canucks fans are far more willing to travel to Boston than Bruins fans are willing to buy tickets for games at Rogers Arena.

  14. Stars, Devils, Senators, and Wild still looking to fill coaching vacancies

    Jun 1, 2011, 3:35 AM EDT

    Montreal Canadiens v Pittsburgh Penguins

    After the Florida Panthers found their man in Kevin Dineen, four teams are still looking for their new boss. Here are some of the candidates that the Dallas Stars, Minnesota Wild, New Jersey Devils, and Ottawa Senators are considering.

  15. Stanley Cup Final could pump $15 million into Boston’s economy

    Jun 1, 2011, 1:33 AM EDT

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    Tampa Bay Lightning v Boston Bruins - Game Seven

    Boston expects at least a $5 million boost to the local economy for each and every Stanley Cup Final game played in TD Banknorth Garden.

  16. What are the most likely scenarios for Southeast Division realignment?

    Jun 1, 2011, 12:49 AM EDT

    The MTS hockey arena in seen on Portage Avenue in downtown Winnipeg

    Realignment will have to wait for at least a season, but will Detroit, Columbus, or Nashville end up in the Eastern Conference with the NHL shakes up the Southeast Division?

  17. Andrew Ladd will be first test for Winnipeg signing their own players

    May 31, 2011, 10:21 PM EDT

    Andrew Ladd

    One of the first orders of business for the team in Winnipeg is to lock-up their new captain, restricted free agent Andrew Ladd.

  18. Vezina finalists Luongo and Thomas set to duel in Stanley Cup Final

    May 31, 2011, 8:30 PM EDT

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    Tim Thomas

    After last year’s Stanley Cup Final, there were fans and pundits who claimed that goaltending wasn’t as important as it used to be. The Blackhawks thought Antti Niemi was replaceable after winning the Stanley Cup and the Philadelphia Flyers came within two games of a championship with a goaltender that ended up playing most of…

  19. Canadiens re-sign Hal Gill to one year contract, continue tutoring P.K. Subban

    May 31, 2011, 6:54 PM EDT

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    P.K. Subban, Hal Gill, Patrice Bergeron

    The Canadiens are keeping 6’7″ defenseman Hal Gill around for one more year and P.K. Subban is the guy that could benefit most from it.

  20. Video: Thrashers owner Michael Gearon breaks down crying talking about team’s sale and move to Winnipeg

    May 31, 2011, 6:19 PM EDT

    Michael Gearon

    Soon-to-be former Thrashers owner Michael Gearon spoke to the media about the sale and eventual relocation of the team to Winnipeg and broke into tears. Sincere? You be the judge.

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