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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Matt Cooke
The momentum of this first-round playoff series has shifted to Minnesota.
Former Caps forward Matt Cooke is in hot water again after his knee-on-knee hit Monday night.
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Tyson Barrie will miss the rest of the first-round playoff series against Minnesota and more.
The Minnesota Wild were denied at the net by Semyon Varlamov time after time, a 44-shot barrage in regulation that resulted in, alas, zero goals.
Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau found the perfect way to celebrate their new contract extensions.
A big milestone for Darcy Kuemper came in a big win for the Minnesota Wild.
For the first time this postseason, the Penguins find themselves with a bagel next to their name after the Boston Bruins pulled away for a 3-0 victory in Game 1 on Sunday night.
There's a dry erase board in the Pittsburgh Penguins' dressing room coach Dan Bylsma uses to remind his players about where they stand in their bid for a Stanley Cup.
When Matt Cooke mouthed off at the officials after being called for boarding Alex Ovechkin, Washington had its break: a four-minute power play. Four minutes to untie the score. Four minutes to gain ground in the playoff race. Four minutes to end Pittsburgh's winning streak.
Penguins forward Matt Cooke apologized for an illegal hit that earned him the stiffest suspension of his NHL career, saying he needs to "change" the way he plays.
Matt Cooke got exactly the kind of harsh punishment Mario Lemieux challenged the NHL to hand out.
Penguins forward Matt Cooke was suspended for the remainder of the regular season and first round of the playoffs by the NHL for elbowing Ryan McDonagh of the New York Rangers in the head.
Sidney Crosby's return date from a concussion is still unknown. Evgeni Malkin is headed toward surgery and won't play again until next season. Chris Kunitz is day to day, and Mike Comrie, Mark Letestu and Arron Asham are all sidelined with various injuries.
Marc Savard returned to the Boston Bruins' lineup Thursday night against Tampa Bay after a long fight with post-concussion syndrome.
Sobered by the punishment, Cooke said then he needed to change the way he plays.
Cooke's tactics were questioned anew last year when his skate blade snapped the Achilles tendon of Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson, but he was not penalized or suspended for that and said he meant no harm.