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Known for his offensive prowess, Eric Fehr was never used as a penalty killer during his NHL career. At least not until recently. Fehr has played on the penalty kill in the past five games, and Saturday the Washington Capitals were rewarded for that experiment with his first short-handed goal.
Mark Fayne knew the puck was heading his way and he knew Los Angeles goalie Jonathan Quick was out of position.
A year after missing the playoffs for the first time since 1996, the New Jersey Devils are going back to the Stanley Cup finals, thanks to a rookie, a 40-year-old goaltender and a coach who'd never been to the postseason in the NHL.
Tomas Vokoun stopped 36 shots in his third shutout of the season, and the Florida Panthers ended a six-game losing streak against the Washington Capitals with a 3-0 victory Thursday night.