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Topic - Michael Ryder
After watching the Colorado Avalanche struggle to generate offense for more than 57 minutes, coach Patrick Roy rolled the dice and pulled goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere with 2:30 left in regulation against the New Jersey Devils.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Cory Schneider has played in so many low-scoring games this season that his coach compared him to a pitcher who needs a shutout to win.
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The Stanley Cup is sporting a new dent after toppling from a table in Newfoundland.
The Stanley Cup-champion Boston Bruins said goodbye to forward Michael Ryder on Friday, the first free-agent defection from the team that beat Vancouver last month to win its first title since 1972.
Just three days after the Bruins staggered back to Boston, they've barged right back into the Stanley Cup finals with two brilliant blowout wins.
This is a whole different series now.
Tyler Seguin had two goals and two assists and the Boston Bruins fed off the energy of the recently promoted rookie to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 6-5 and tie the Eastern Conference finals at one game each on Tuesday night.
"I went through a little stretch there where the puck wasn't going in and I just stuck with it," Ryder said. "If you keep shooting, eventually you'll find the back of the net. It's going in for me now."
"It would be nice to go home 3-1," Bruins right wing Michael Ryder said. "It's going to take our A-game to do that. We know they're going to come out even harder."