NHL

Trevor Daley Out For Postseason

(notey.com)

Daley to Miss Postseason With Ankle Injury The playoffs are all about attrition and the Pittsburgh Penguins are experiencing that the hard way. Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said that Daley suffered a broken ankle in their Game 4 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning and will miss the remainder of the season. It’s a huge loss for the Penguins and ...

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Shawn Michaels to Support Penguins in Game 5

Sep 15, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Professional wrestler Shawn Michaels throws a ceremonial pass before the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Dallas Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City won the game 17-16. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Wrestling Superstar Headed to Game 5 The Pittsburgh Penguins are going to get some unexpected support when they take on the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals tonight. Maybe in the form of some “sweet chin music”. WWE wrestling legend Shawn Michaels will be in the building on Sunday to cheer on the Penguins after ...

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Steven Stamkos Unlikely to Return This Postseason

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Stamkos Unlikely to Return Tampa Bay Lightning captain and star center Steven Stamkos has been dealing with a blood clot that has kept him out of action since April 4. He admitted on Thursday that there’s a very real possibility that he may not play at all this postseason. He spoke to the media after taking part in the team’s ...

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Patrik Laine: Ovechkin Superfan

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Laine Faces Childhood Idol Patrik Laine isn’t like most other 18-year-olds. No, he’s a sensational prospect from Finland who is probably a lock to go second overall in the upcoming NHL Draft, though some think he could even overtake assumed lock Auston Matthews, the future savior of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Then again, he’s kind of like other 18-year-olds. From his ...

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Brent Burns Having Masterful Season

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Burns Having Rare Season for Defenseman When talking about the top scoring defensemen in the NHL, the conversation usually turns to Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson and with good reason. After all, he did just lead the NHL in assists with 66 and finished tops among defensemen with 82 points, tied for fourth in the NHL. He is a generational ...

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Minnesota Wild Sign Standout Hungarian Goalie

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Wild Ink World Championships Standout The Minnesota Wild made an interesting move on Wednesday afternoon, announcing the signing of goaltender Adam Vay to a two-year, entry-level contract. The 22-year-old Vay just completed the world hockey championship where both he and Team Hungary made some pretty big waves. Hungary won its first tournament game in 77 years against Belarus last week, ...

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Ottawa Senators: Top 5 Draft Targets

(ottawa citizen)

Senators Prospect Pool Deep, But Lacking Impact Players   The Ottawa Senators were a tough nut to crack heading into the 2015-16 season and they’re no easier to figure out now. That’s what happens after a young team with promise finishes just outside the playoff picture. The Senators posted a 38-35-9 record, missing the playoffs by eight points and finishing fifth ...

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Why You Should Root For the Blues

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Blues Should Be Earning Your Support We’re down to the Final Four of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs. That means there’s a pretty dang good chance that the team you root for has either been long-eliminated or honing their golf game since the start of the playoffs. So now that we’re down to the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Tampa Bay Lightning ...

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Darryl Sutter Signs Extension

Sutter Likes LA Core, Wishes to Stick Around Darryl Sutter had a big question mark hanging over his head in regards to his future status with the Los Angeles Kings and his role as their head coach after the team lost their first-round playoff match-up to the San Jose Sharks. He erased those questions when he signed a contract extension ...

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Kevin Stevens Facing Drug Charges

(cbs pittsburgh)

Former Penguin in Trouble Former NHLer Kevin Stevens is in a lot of trouble after being charged in federal court with conspiring to sell oxycodone. According to the Boston Globe, the 51-year-old Stevens, is charged along with another man with conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute oxycodone. They both face a detention hearing on Tuesday. Stevens played in 874 ...

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