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The Vancouver Canucks carry the NHL's best record into the Stanley Cup playoffs for the second year in a row. The New York Rangers are on top of the Eastern Conference for the first time since they won it all in 1994.
John Tortorella blew off a question about the Washington Capitals before the New York Rangers' game Saturday night.
Flying sticks. Pointed fingers. Postgame putdowns. And that was just the coaches.
Henrik Lundqvist has to face shots from Marian Gaborik every day at practice with the New York Rangers. But it's not every day that Gaborik celebrates by turning his stick into a makeshift rifle.
Rangers coach John Tortorella was fined $30,000 by the NHL for critical comments of the league and the officials in New York's Winter Classic victory over Philadelphia.
On Sunday, John Tortorella insisted his New York Rangers' lineup was going to be the same. No Marc Staal, who hadn't played since April 23 because of post-concussion syndrome. Monday afternoon, that all changed.
Henrik Lunqdvist is more than capable of being not only the best goalie on the ice or in a tournament but the best in the world. He showed that at the 2006 Turin Olympics in leading Sweden to a gold medal.
A year ago the Pittsburgh Penguins' Jordan Staal came back from injury just in time for the Winter Classic. This year, brother Marc likely won't be so lucky.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Washington Capitals that everyone expected coming into the season.