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Penguins Shut Out Capitals in Game 7 to Reach Eastern Finals

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Marc-Andre Fleury turned back the clock with a 29-save effort, and Bryan Rust and Patric Hornqvist scored for Pittsburgh, which will face Ottawa.

On Pro Hockey: In Post-Mortem of Season, Rangers and Lundqvist May Hear a Ticking Clock

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Goalie Henrik Lundqvist, a special talent, is 35, and the team’s key scorers are now on the downside of most expected performance charts.

Senators 4, Rangers 2 | Ottawa wins series, 4-2: Rangers Fall to Ottawa and Lose Series

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

A slow start dooms the Rangers, who at times dominated the series against the Senators, but continually came up short when it mattered.

Rangers to Face Sabres in 2018 Winter Classic at Citi Field

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The Rangers also played in the 2012 Winter Classic in Philadelphia and took part in Stadium Series games in 2014.

Oilers and Ducks Both Seek Redemption in Another Game 7

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Edmonton has won five Stanley Cups but has not played in the postseason since 2006. Anaheim, which won the Cup in 2007, has lost four playoff Game 7s in the past four years.

Rangers Fight Best When Put in a Corner

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The Rangers have put themselves in a hole with a penchant for late-game collapses, but they also have a solid record when facing elimination.

Senators 5, Rangers 4 | Overtime | Ottawa leads series, 3-2: After Late Lead Slips Away, Rangers Lose Game 5 in Overtime

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The Senators forced overtime in the final minutes, then sent a shot through Henrik Lundqvist’s legs to leave the Rangers one loss from playoff elimination.

Michigan’s Female Hockey Players Support Their Team With Cash and Brooms

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

At a university that spends $160 million on athletics annually, women must pay to play, sometimes sweeping the arena to do so. Their biggest bill? Michigan charges them rent.

Ducks 4, Oilers 3 | Two Overtimes | Anaheim leads series, 3-2: Ducks Stun Oilers After Record Rally to Win Game 5 in 2nd Overtime

6 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Anaheim scored three goals in just over three minutes, including the tying score with 15 seconds left in regulation, in a second-round playoff series.

Penguins Carry Signs (and Posters and Rugs) of Home on the Road

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

When the team is the visitor, Pittsburgh’s equipment staff does its best to make the locker room feel like home, down to photos of the Roberto Clemente Bridge.

Penguins’ Sidney Crosby Practices, and Doesn’t Rule Out Game 5

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The sight of Crosby, who sustained a concussion in Game 3, back on the ice opened the possibility of his playing in the near future.

In Defense of Their Title, the Penguins Change Styles

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Hobbled by injuries, Pittsburgh has abandoned its speedy pace and embraced a far grittier game.

Rangers 4, Senators 1 | Series tied, 2-2: Rangers Even Series With Senators, as Oscar Lindberg Scores Twice

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Lindberg scored back-to-back goals in the second period, assisted by Tanner Glass on each, and Henrik Lundqvist did not yield an Ottawa goal until less than seven minutes were left to play.

France Prepares to Stake Its Place in World Hockey

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

With Paris co-hosting the World Ice Hockey Championship, a country with little renown in the sport has a chance to make its mark.

Tanner Glass Hopes to Lift Rangers Again in Game 4 Against Senators

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

After sitting out five straight postseason games, Glass provided a physical jolt and an assist in a win at Madison Square Garden that cut Ottawa’s second-round series lead to two games to one.

Nashville Predators’ Defense Is Becoming Their Best Offense

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The Predators are 7-1 so far in the N.H.L. playoffs, with their defensemen contributing eight goals and 14 assists.

Rangers, Back at Home, See Their Luck Change Against the Senators

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

After narrowly losing the first two games of their Eastern Conference semifinal series in Ottawa, the Rangers looked like a different team in Game 3 at the Garden.

Niskanen Will Not Face Further Discipline for Hit on Crosby

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The N.H.L. will not hold a disciplinary hearing for Capitals defenseman Matt Niskanen for his crosscheck that injured Penguins star Sidney Crosby.

Sidney Crosby Leaves Game 3 After Hit to Head

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Crosby was crosschecked by Matt Niskanen of the Washington Capitals and was on the ice for several minutes before leaving under his own power on Monday.

Guy Boucher, an Intense Coach, Molds the Ottawa Senators’ Spirit

7 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

In his first year behind the bench in Ottawa, Boucher has taken his team to the second round of the playoffs, where they lead the Rangers by two games.

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