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Topic - Niklas Kronwall
The Boston Bruins overcame a two-goal deficit to win Game 4 of their playoff series in Detroit. Now the Red Wings must overcome a two-game deficit to keep their season alive.
The Boston Bruins took a couple punches, then hit back hard and put the Detroit Red Wings on the brink of elimination.
Sweden beat up and defeated its biggest rival, and the reward is a shot at a second gold medal in the last three Olympics.
Erik Karlsson scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period and Henrik Lundqvist finished with 25 saves, lifting the Swedes over Finland 2-1 on Friday and into the Olympic hockey final.
Sweden coach Par Marts got his first chance to publicly reflect on his prediction that added another layer to a long-standing rivalry with Finland on and off the ice.
The Detroit Red Wings got a break, getting credit for a goal in perhaps one of the most bizarre ways in NHL history.
The Blackhawks, who had the best record in the NHL regular season, rallied from a 3-1 series deficit to reach the Western Conference finals against the defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings.
The NHL has put one of its signature events on ice.
When talking about the best defensive defensemen in the NHL, players such as the New York Rangers' Dan Girardi and San Jose Sharks' Douglas Murray dominate the conversation.
Phoenix Coyotes forward Vernon Fiddler once blocked a shot on the top of his left foot that was so hard the puck sliced through his skate and left him limping.
"They're a really, really good team," Detroit's Niklas Kronwall said, "but, at the same time, we didn't really take care of business.
"You can't be satisfied," Detroit defenseman Niklas Kronwall said. "We want to get to the next spot - see how high we can get in the standings before we start the playoffs."