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  1. 2010 NHL playoffs: Goal of the Night

    Apr 19, 2010, 11:00 AM EDT

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    The Phoenix Coyotes have stunned the Detroit Red Wings, and have steadily built the pressure on the more experienced team as each game has progressed. Sunday, this build up finished with a great goal by Petr Prucha, the eventual game-winner. My favorite part? The drop pass that Prucha banks off the boards.

  2. 2010 NHL playoffs: Sunday night highlights

    Apr 19, 2010, 10:30 AM EDT

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    Highlights of last night’s playoff action:  

  3. 2010 NHL playoffs: Save(s) of the Night

    Apr 19, 2010, 10:00 AM EDT

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    It’s almost a shame that Craig Anderson had such a great game as Martin Brodeur’s incredible effort in the third period and overtime are going to be overshadowed in some ways by the amazing Avalanche win. Yet we know how good Brodeur was and how much he deserved a win; it’s too bad his teammates…

  4. Mike Modano facing a Brett Favre decision

    Apr 19, 2010, 9:00 AM EDT

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    While he’s certainly not the NFL superstar that Brett Favre was at the time, Mike Modano could certainly start to draw some comparisons to the this summer to the quarterback. Just a week after the NHL regular season ended, Modano is already answering questions about his decision on retirement and if anything, he’s even more…

  5. Video: Craig Anderson addresses home crowd

    Apr 19, 2010, 8:05 AM EDT

    It’s amazing to think that a team that had Patrick Roy for so long, for two Stanley Cup victories, would never have seen as great a playoff performance in net as we witnessed on Sunday night. Craig Anderson was simply amazing, stopping 51 shots in a 1-0 shutout, but the best part of the entire…

  6. Boyle: Goal was "worst thing that could happen"

    Apr 19, 2010, 7:00 AM EDT

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    As soon as the Sharks and Avalanche game was complete, ended by the flukiest goal I’ve ever seen in hockey, all mediums of social media exploded. Hockey fans have control of nearly all of them, and immediately Dan Boyle became a trending topic on Twitter in the United States. If you know anything about trending…

  7. Dan Boyle's own-goal shot dooms Sharks in OT

    Apr 19, 2010, 12:42 AM EDT

    Game 3: Final – Colorado Avalanche 1, San Jose Sharks 0 Avalanche leads series 2-1 How do you end a game in which you’ve put over 90 total shots at the net, have zero goals to show for it and are starting sudden death overtime with a 0-0 score? Why, score on your own goal…

  8. 2010 NHL playoffs: Avs & Sharks head to OT

    Apr 19, 2010, 12:10 AM EDT

    If you want just one reason, and one reason only, why playoff hockey is the most exciting time in all of sports you need to look no further than the Sharks and Avalanche game tonight. The San Jose Sharks have controlled play for the past 40 minutes of the game, outshooting the Avalanche 50-16 through…

  9. 2010 NHL playoffs: Niemi shuts out Preds, 2-0

    Apr 18, 2010, 11:33 PM EDT

    Game 2: Final – Chicago Blackhawks 2, Nashville Predators 0 Series tied 1-1 This time, the shotty ice in Chicago wouldn’t betray Antti Niemi. In game one, after two solid periods, Niemi allowed a bouncing backhand to beat him glove side, a goal that tied the game and took the air out of the Chicago…

  10. 2010 NHL playoffs: Avs lose Hejduk to injury

    Apr 18, 2010, 10:30 PM EDT

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    Game 2: End of 2 – Chicago Blackhawks 1, Nashville Predators 0 Hawks lead series 1-0 Pekka Rinne is keeping the Predators alive, especially in the second period when the Predators committed three straight penalties. The Hawks are outshooting the Predators 26-12, and while the chances have been few Antti Niemi has been strong in…

  11. Metropolit close to returning for Canadiens

    Apr 18, 2010, 10:00 PM EDT

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    With the series headed back to Montreal tied a one apiece, the Habs could be getting a valuable injection of veteran experience as Glen Metropolit prepares to return from a shoulder injury. The 35-year old forward practiced hard today, and there’s a chance he could return for tomorrow’s game 3. “I feel good,” he told…

  12. 2010 NHL playoffs: Carcillo scores in OT

    Apr 18, 2010, 9:25 PM EDT

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    Three games down, two to go. We’ll be hit with the same problem as before as the Predators and Blackhawks game will be on at the same time as Sharks and Avalanche, which is unfortunate. We’ll do our best. Game 3: Final – Philadelphia Flyers 3, New Jesey Devils 2 (OT) Flyers lead series 2-1…

  13. Dany Heatley out for game 3 against Avs, 'day-to-day'

    Apr 18, 2010, 9:15 PM EDT

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     I love nearly everything there is when it comes to playoff hockey. Nearly. What I don’t love, and what has frustrated me for years, is the lack of disclosure when it comes to injuries. It’s not changing anytime soon, so no use crying now. As it is, it’s being reported that Dany Heatley will miss…

  14. Ovechkin says Halak is feeling the pressure

    Apr 18, 2010, 8:49 PM EDT

    The Capitals and Canadiens series has become a much more interesting contest than I thought it could be, although I shouldn’t be surprised when Alex Ovechkin and the Habs are in a seven game series. Now there’s some talk going back and forth, although it doesn’t seem to be anything that out of the ordinary.…

  15. NBC Video: Discussing Habs-Caps

    Apr 18, 2010, 8:30 PM EDT

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  16. 2010 NHL playoffs: Crosby gives Pens 3- 1 lead

    Apr 18, 2010, 8:15 PM EDT

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    We’ll be doing our best to update you on all of tonight’s action. The only downside of playoff hockey, especially in the first round, is that there is inevitably going to be multiple games on at the same time. This makes watching all the games a bit difficult, and tonight is no exception. As such,…

  17. Coyotes beat Red Wings 4-2, take 2-1 series lead

    Apr 18, 2010, 6:20 PM EDT

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    NBC Playoff Coverage Phoenix Coyotes 4, Red Wings 2, Coyotes lead series 2-1 (Obviously, this photo isn’t from today’s game but it’s so worth it. Look at the women’s facial expressions. That’s classic, folks.) Perhaps Sami Lepisto’s goal 29 seconds into the first period symbolized what the Phoenix Coyotes are and the Detroit Red Wings…

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