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The Stanley Cup Playoffs begin Wednesday night, and NBC is streaming NHL playoff games online for free!...In fact, out of the 56 possible first round NHL playoff games, NBC will only livestream 6 of them. And of those, 3 of them are "If Necessary"
Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk confirmed that head coach Paul MacLean will be back behind the bench next season, but he was vague on the future of captain Jason Spezza. Melnyk, speaking in a conference call with Ottawa-based reporters Tuesday,
The Sharks have the home ice advantage that was so critical last year in their bruising playoff series against the Los Angeles Kings when the visiting team lost every night including Game 7 at the Staples Center...Yet even as San Jose is gaining some
But after being fired in November, he was named the Canadian women's team coach and guided the squad to a stirring fourth straight Olympic title in Sochi, Russia. Dineen is now with a third team, preparing the Canadian under-18 men's squad to defend
ET Carey Price and the Canadiens hope to become the first Canadian-based team to win the Stanley Cup since Montreal in 1993. (Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images) Born in Ottawa and raised mostly in Montreal, the Stanley Cup is Canadian.
Patrick Roy's first playoff series as an NHL coach will be against the last team he faced in the postseason as a Hall of Fame goaltender. The Minnesota Wild's first-round series victory in 2003 coincided with the last time Roy manned the nets for the
Their bond remains so strong that Kariya, retired and reclusive, attended Sunday's game. He was the only former teammate Selanne invited. "I've been very lucky that I've been playing with unbelievable players, pretty much my whole career. But nothing
Search NY Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers playoff matchup brings back memories of 1997 The Rangers missed the playoffs the next seven seasons, while the Flyers advanced every year until 2004-05 NHL lockout. In the 15 NHL seasons between 1997 and
Anticipation and expectations rose from the desert at the start of the 2013-14 NHL season. The Phoenix Coyotes had owners for the first time in four years. They had money to spend, at least more than in previous years. The front-line scorer they had
The Flyers are optimistic but cautious about whether goalie Steve Mason will play in Thursday's playoff opener against the New York Rangers. "I feel he will," general manager Paul Holmgren said Monday afternoon, "but you never know...The Penguins'