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Topic - Matt Cooke
Mikael Backlund believes he is finally living up to the Calgary Flames' expectations.
Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau found the perfect way to celebrate their new contract extensions.
Last year, the Chicago Blackhawks gave the Minnesota Wild a quick exit from the playoffs.
A big milestone for Darcy Kuemper came in a big win for the Minnesota Wild.
Minnesota earned its second straight win despite being outshot 30-11, becoming the first team since the NHL officially began tracking shots on goal in 1973-74 to score five goals on fewer than 12 shots, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
Braden Holtby allowed five goals on 11 shots, but he wasn't the only who struggled against the Wild Saturday night.
The Capitals scored early and late in regulation before turning toward goaltender Braden Holtby, who sealed a satisfying comeback victory. Holtby had 33 saves, then blanked the Minnesota in a shootout as Washington beat the Wild 3-2 to extend its winning streak to four games.
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.
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.
Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson isn't quite ready for the traditional season-ending handshake. Yet he knows if the Senators can't find a way to slow down slow down the Pittsburgh Penguins, it's coming soon.
The Penguins should feel confident — and a bit fortunate — to escape the relentless Islanders. New York dominated for long stretches in the series, using its speed to fluster Pittsburgh's talented but sometimes plodding roster of veterans.
Budding New York Islanders star John Tavares anticipated the open space he found so easily during the regular season to be whittled away by the Pittsburgh Penguins in their opening-round playoff series.
Karlsson needed slightly more than two months after the gruesome mid-February injury to return, and the reigning Norris Trophy-winning defenseman was in the Senators' lineup Thursday at the Washington Capitals.
The fear is gone. The doubt too for that matter. Ditto the hesitation.
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.
"The result wasn't there because they got that one (goal) late," Minnesota forward Matt Cooke said. "It's frustrating. You go out and do your part and guys are blocking shots and guys are taking hits to make plays, and the result's not there. At the end of the day, it's about wins and losses."
"I've been in that situation before and it's no fun," he said. "I'm thankful I can go out tomorrow night and help my team."