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Canucks ‘energized’ by opportunity Game 7 presents against Oilers
Canucks ‘energized’ by opportunity Game 7 presents against Oilers

Edmonton appeared to be the more energized team facing elimination for the first time in Game 6 on Saturday, a decisive 5-1 victory in which they outshot the Canucks 27-15 and controlled play for prolonged stretches while preventing Vancouver from establishing a forecheck or generating much offense.

Stolie’s Standpoint: Panthers ready for ECF in the Big Apple
Stolie’s Standpoint: Panthers ready for ECF in the Big Apple

The block that Barky had on the penalty kill with like 30 seconds left, for him to play a make like that and bail us out was huge. Then once the game was finally over, it kind of felt like a weight was lifted. You’re moving on and get a fresh slate. You feel like you’re one step closer to the ultimate goal.

Boeser will not play for Canucks in Game 7 against Oilers
Boeser will not play for Canucks in Game 7 against Oilers

VANCOUVER -- Brock Boeser Brock Boeser will not play for the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 of the Western Conference Second Round against the Edmonton Oilers on Monday (9 p.m. ET; ESPN, CBC, TVAS, SN). Coach Rick Tocchet did not specify what is ailing Boeser.

Shesterkin vs. Bobrovsky goalie matchup in Eastern Conference Final
Shesterkin vs. Bobrovsky goalie matchup in Eastern Conference Final

Goaltending is an integral part of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. To better understand the strengths and weaknesses of each goaltender, the last 100 goals allowed for each goaltender in the regular season and every goal in the playoffs were charted to see what patterns emerge.

2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Rangers vs. Panthers Eastern Final preview
2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Rangers vs. Panthers Eastern Final preview

The conference final round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs will feature the four teams that advanced out of the second round in two best-of-7 series. Today, NHL.com previews the Eastern Conference Final between the New York Rangers and Florida Panthers.

RELEASE: Blackhawks Sign Seney to One-Year, Two-Way Contract
RELEASE: Blackhawks Sign Seney to One-Year, Two-Way Contract

The Chicago Blackhawks today announced that the team has agreed to terms with forward Brett Seney (SEE-nee) on a one-year, two-way contract that runs through the 2024-25 season ($775,000 salary cap hit).

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Rangers Agree to Terms with Dylan Roobroeck
Rangers Agree to Terms with Dylan Roobroeck

New York Rangers President and General Manager Chris Drury announced today that the team has agreed to terms with forward Dylan Roobroeck on a three-year, entry-level contract. Roobroeck, 19, collecte

Hynes at the Helm
Hynes at the Helm

Hynes has guided three benches in his NHL tenure, including the Wild, Predators and New Jersey Devils. He's amassed a 318-279-68 record through 665 regular-season games, and has steered his club to four appearances in the Stanley Cup Playoffs over that frame.

Maven's Memories: Remembering the Radio Guys 1972-89
Maven's Memories: Remembering the Radio Guys 1972-89

Just thinking about it, a half-century-plus one is a long time but, compared to the birth of radio, it was only yesterday However, 1972 marked the birth of the Islanders and with the new National Hockey League team,

Stepan still gets ‘goose bumps’ about Game 7 OT goal with Rangers
Stepan still gets ‘goose bumps’ about Game 7 OT goal with Rangers

Yandle quickly moved the puck to Dan Girardi at the point, and the latter ripped a one-timer toward Washington goalie Braden Holtby. The rebound came off Holtby and out to Stepan in the left circle, where he settled the puck on his stick and whipped a wrist shot into the net.

NHL Morning Skate for May 20
NHL Morning Skate for May 20

The Oilers and Canucks close out the Second Round of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs in a rare all-Canadian Game 7 at 9 p.m. ET on Monday, with the winner advancing to face the Stars in the Western Conference Final.

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