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Washington Capitals Are Heavy Stanley Cup Favorites After Day One of Free Agency

During free agencies and trade deadlines of the past, Washington Capitals' General Manager George McPhee has often earned himself the name, Sleepy McPhee. 

Not this year. McPhee just got serious.

After three consecutive years of postseason failure and disappointment, McPhee has finally realized what the flaws in his organization are, and he is now doing whatever it takes to fix them.

Chicago Blackhawks Defenseman Brent Seabrook Participates in Saturday Skate

On the heels of an impressive 5-0 victory over the Canucks in Vancouver, the Chicago Blackhawks return home with hope of winning a series that once saw them down 3-0 to the Western Conference's top seed.

In the last two games alone, the Blackhawks have scored 12 goals and have chased Roberto Luongo from net both times.

NHL Playoffs: Michael Ryder the Hero as Bruins Earn Game 4 Comeback Win

Claude Julien brought his Boston Bruins to Lake Placid, NY after Monday's Game 3 win over the Montreal Canadiens. Lake Placid, where the greatest night in American hockey history occurred 31 years ago, seemed the perfect location to bring his team, who had narrowly kept themselves in the series with the win Monday.

NHL: New York Rangers vs. Boston Bruins Preview

With playoffs just around the corner, this will be a significant matchup, particularly, for the New York Rangers. The Rangers find themselves hanging on to the final playoff spot by a thread as they enter tonight's game, as they sit only two points ahead of the ninth place Carolina Hurricanes. Both New York and Carolina have only three games remaining, so this will be a very important one for the Rangers tonight. 

Boston Bruins Recap: Team Shuts Down Canadiens in a 7-0 Victory

Posted 03/25/2011 - 15:24 by HockeyPolls

The controversy surrounding the Boston-Montreal game last night had some of the biggest hype we’ve heard all season.

A "Goon Show" at the Garden Tonight? Bruins-Habs Rivalry Regular Season Finale

In case you didn't know, the last time these two rivals met, Zdeno Chara hit Max Pacioretty hard into a dangerous part of the Bell Centre ice in what was a pure hockey play.

Pacioretty lay motionless on the ice and the diagnosis was later announced that he suffered a "severe" concussion and fractured vertebra.

Meanwhile, Montreal's delusional fans deemed Chara a criminal and flooded the 9-1-1 lines crying murder when it was announced he would not be suspended. 

St. Louis Blues: Jaroslav Halak Set to Return, Ben Bishop Returned to Peoria

St. Louis Blues goaltender Jaroslav Halak has been activated from the injured reserve list today.

Halak has been suffering from a broken hand and has been on the IR since Feb. 17.

The move signals the return of Ben Bishop to Peoria, since Ty Conklin has been placed on waivers and will spend the rest of the season with the Blues.

Dallas Stars Ownership Race Joined by Owner of the Allen Americans

If there was ever a sign that Brad Richards may be signed come July 1st, then this revelation may just be it.

Today it was revealed that Douglas Miller, owner of CHL team the Allen Americans, has made an initial offer for the Dallas Stars organisation, reportedly worth around $110 million.

Nashville Predators Make Room for Jonathon Blum, Deal Alexander Sulzer To Panthers

With the trade deadline only a few short days away, many Predators fans, as well as the hockey pundits of the world, were mentioning that the Preds could use another defenseman.

With the team experiencing so many injuries this season, the club could use all the depth it can get.

The train of thought would be that Nashville general manager David Poile would be in search of such a commodity.

In fact, Poile did make a deal invovling a defenseman yesterday, but it was to trade away one, not acquire one.

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