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Both impending NHL semi-final series evenly matched

A classic clash of styles is guaranteed in the Stanley Cup final no matter what happens in the next round of the playoffs.

Ovietime joy elusive for frustrated Washington Capitals

After a 2-1 overtime victory Wednesday by the New York Rangers, they and the Washington Capitals are going in opposite directions in terms of playoff results.

Ducks subdue plucky Flames, Rangers force Game Seven

The NHL's Western Conference champion Anaheim Ducks eliminated the determined Calgary Flames 3-2 Sunday and the Eastern champion New York Rangers won 4-3 to force one more game with the Washington Capitals.

Op-Ed: Which four hopefuls will survive to continue Stanley Cup quest?

Stanley Cup pretenders are being separated from the real contenders with half of the original 16 hopefuls eliminated in the first round.

One good shot enough for Tampa in 'knife fight' with Red Wings

Although Steven Stamkos kept firing blanks, defenseman Braydon Coburn scored early in the third period as Tampa eliminated the Red Wings from the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Capitals in NHL second round, Lightning remain in contention

The eight best-of-seven-game NHL preliminary series have provided eye-popping saves, highlight-reel goals, comebacks, heroic comeback attempts and nasty stickwork as well as vicious hits that enflamed the emotions of players and fans.

Report: The 5 cities NHLers don't want to play in

A new report says that cities like Winnipeg and Edmonton are the most common places on no-trade clauses by NHL players. Canada in general fares pretty badly.

Coaches banned from touching players in girls hockey league

Toronto - A Toronto girls hockey league has implemented a zero tolerance policy that bans coaches from touching benched players, even on the helmet.

The business of hockey Special

Canadian hockey enthusiast? Business background? Wishing there was a way to combine these two into a career? Welcome to a program that will allow you to do just that.

Australian Treasurer Hockey welcomes Cabinet reshuffle

Canberra - Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey has welcomed two new appointments to the treasury team, following Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s recent statement on his cabinet reshuffle.

Leafs look to continue hot streak against slumping Devils

The Toronto Maple Leafs seek their fifth win in six games, and third in a row, Thursday when they welcome the New Jersey Devils to the Air Canada Centre for a 7:30 p.m. puck drop.

Oilers drop 11th straight, 3-2 (OT) in Winnipeg

Despite leading in a game for just the fourth time since Remembrance Day, the Edmonton Oilers lost again Wednesday night — a crippling 3-2 overtime defeat in Winnipeg.

Toronto Maple Leafs seek fourth straight win as they host Boston

The Toronto Maple Leafs are out to collect their sixth point in three games Wednesday when they host rival Bruins from Boston in a national televised matchup.

Ducks goalie John Gibson temporarily reassigned

The Anaheim Ducks have reassigned young, emerging netminder John Gibson to its American Hockey League Affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals, the club announced this week.

Op-Ed: Islanders good bet to be most-improved NHL team

Many NHL teams are upwardly mobile, but only one will be the most-improved squad during the coming season, likely helping its coach to the Jack Adams Trophy.

Op-Ed: What's the over/under on when the Leafs fire Randy Carlyle?

Toronto Maple Leafs President Brendan Shanahan has his fall guy in place headed into the season. But will he have to use him?

Op-Ed: The NHL should suspend Milan Lucic

You can get the lowdown (in words and video) on how Boston's Milan Lucic handled himself after the Montreal Canadiens eliminated the Bruins from the NHL Playoffs Wednesday night ...

Op-Ed: Leafs demise is one based on high expectations, not failure

Following three straight years of missing the playoffs heading into the 2008-09 season, the Toronto Maple Leafs hired head coach Ron Wilson to return the team to a winning culture. What followed is one of the most confusing rides in professional sports

Staying Alive: Reimer redemption in OT win over Boston Special

Toronto - Filled with energy and optimism just two periods earlier, tension crept near the boiling point late in the third period at the Air Canada Center Thursday night.

Leafs fan Flames in hopes to prevent year from going up in smoke Special

Margin for error the slimmest it's been all season, The Toronto Maple leafs snapped an eight game losing streak while playing host to the Calgary Flames Tuesday night at the Air Canada Center, keeping their playoff hopes alive for at least one more game.

Goalie leaves team mid-game

An Ontario Hockey League (OHL) goaltender left a playoff game before the end of the 2nd period stating that this past season has "ruined" the game for him.

Leafs without a clue to stop the Blues in sixth consecutive loss Special

Toronto - The return of Jonathan Bernier failed to spark the play of the Maple leafs as the ship continues to sink in Toronto. Meanwhile, the rest of the Division continues to climb in the standings.

Hockey becomes a game of four quarters

Hockey will no longer be a game of two halves at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, with the sport announcing on Thursday a change to a four-quarter format to broaden its appeal to broadcasters and fans.

Leafs' Lupul takes flight in 4-3 Overtime win over Philadelphia Special

The Toronto Maple Leafs narrowly escaped a third period collapse Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre when the Philadelphia Flyers tied it up on separate occasions late in the game.

Russia coach Bilyaletdinov steps down: federation

Russia men's ice hockey head coach Zinetula Bilyaletdinov is stepping down following the team's poor performance at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games, the national federation said on Wednesday.

Ice Hockey: Canada take gold, Backstrom fails dope test

Canada swept past Sweden 3-0 on Sunday in the Winter Olympics men's ice hockey final, a game Swedish forward Nicklas Backstrom missed due to a failed a dope test.

G20 united on need to tackle tax reform: Australian Treasurer

Finance officials of the world's 20 major economies discussed the impact of the Federal Reserve's withdrawal of stimulus on emerging markets and were united on the need to address problems of tax minimization, Australian Treasurer Jo...

Canada triumphs over the U.S. in men's Olympic hockey semifinals

The Canadian men's hockey team will try to win gold in two consecutive Olympics after it triumphed over its American rivals with a 1-0 victory Friday.

Ice hockey: Canada, United States primed for grudge match

Canada and the United States were preparing to take centre stage at the Sochi Winter Games in a mouth-watering men's ice hockey grudge match on Friday with the winners earning a shot at Olympic go...

Obama, Harper bet cases of beer on U.S.-Canada Olympic hockey games

President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper have put both national pride and cases of beer on the line in a friendly wager on the Canada-U.S. Olympic hockey matches.
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Loose puck in Ricoh Coliseum right in front of Ben Scrivens
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Canada's Chris Kunitz (L) is congratulated by teammates after scoring on Sweden during the third period of their men's ice hockey gold medal game at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games February 23, 2014
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U.S. goalie Ryan Miller looks on during a men's ice hockey team practice at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, February 18, 2014
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Canada celebrates their men's ice hockey semi-final win as Team USA's Phil Kessel (L) skates away at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games February 21, 2014
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Calgary Hitmen show off the thousands of Teddy Bears donated during the annual Teddy Bear Toss for Alberta children's charities.
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Canadian players pose with their gold medals after defeating Sweden in the men's ice hockey final game at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, February 23, 2014
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Goaltender Carey Price will have to be at his brilliant best for the Montreal Canadiens to subdue the Tampa Bay Lightning in the second round of the NHL playoffs.
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File photo: Los Angeles Kings player Jarret Stoll skates with the Stanley Cup after the team's victory.
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Joe Hockey, Australian federal treasurer and Liberal party MP.
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