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Blog Post Archive

For N.H.L.’s Vegas Golden Knights, ‘Hockey Should Never Be Boring’

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

A new franchise, under General Manager George McPhee and Coach Gerard Gallant, hopes to go beyond the expansion draft to build a speedy, skilled team.

Capitals Face Challenges in Getting Beyond Another Early Exit

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Washington General Manager Brian MacLellan does not see the need for “a major change” after a deflating Game 7 loss and with a salary-cap crunch looming.

Old Friends Cheer Pekka Rinne as Predators Make a Stanley Cup Run

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Rinne will miss a reunion with old Finnish teammates, but with Nashville in its first Stanley Cup finals, they have something new to talk about.

Predators’ Uneven Play Gives Penguins Early Lead in Stanley Cup Finals

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

A dreadful start, followed by a valiant rally, and then a late fade resulted in a Pittsburgh victory in Game 1, even though Nashville controlled play through it all.

How a Candy Heir Sneaked Into Pro Hockey and Made His Name as a ‘Savage’

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Nello Ferrara was being groomed to take the reins of a famed confectioner, but chose to cobble together a decade-long career with 19 minor league teams.

N.H.L. Playoffs: What You’ll See in the Stanley Cup Finals

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

While the Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to repeat as champs, the Nashville Predators are intent on their very first title.

The Stanley Cup Favorite Penguins Aren’t Counting Their Chickens

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Loaded with seasoned veterans, Pittsburgh, which is trying to repeat as N.H.L. champions, knows the margin of error in the final is razor thin.

Penguins 3, Senators 2 | Two overtimes | Pittsburgh wins series, 4-3: Penguins Top Senators in Overtime to Advance to Stanley Cup Finals

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Chris Kunitz scored in the second overtime period of Game 7, sending Pittsburgh back to the finals for the second straight year.

Senators Shake Off Blowout Loss to Force Game 7

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Facing elimination, Ottawa rebounded with a 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Predators 6, Ducks 3: Predators Advance to Their First Stanley Cup Final

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Colton Sissons scored three times as Nashville eliminated the Anaheim Ducks in Game 6. Up next is the winner of the series between the defending champion Pittsburgh Penguins and the Ottawa Senators.

A Reunion for the Lundqvist Brothers, and a Gold for Team Sweden

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Henrik and Joel Lundqvist, who had not played on the same team in 12 years, joined forces in the men’s hockey world championship.

From Hockey 101 in Nashville to a Ph.D. With Predators

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The transformation to playoff perennials is particularly rewarding for a small number of employees who have been present since the franchise’s early years.

Penguins 7, Senators 0: Penguins Rout Senators in Game 5 to Take Series Lead

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Pittsburgh scored four times in the first period on the way to a huge shutout and the doorstep of the Stanley Cup finals, as seven players in all recorded goals.

Matt Murray Will Start in Goal for the Penguins in Game 4

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Pittsburgh Coach Mike Sullivan chose Murray over Marc-Andre Fleury, who had a bad start in Game 3 against Ottawa after being stellar for most of the postseason.

Ducks 3, Predators 2 | Series tied, 2-2: Deflection in Overtime Lifts Ducks After a Late Advantage Is Lost

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Corey Perry scored 10:25 into overtime with a shot that hit P.K. Subban’s stick, and the Ducks ended the Predators’ 10-game home playoff winning streak.

Penguins Go From Murray to Fleury, to Murray?

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Pittsburgh has not announced if Matt Murray will replace Marc-Andre Fleury in goal for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals against Ottawa.

Senators 5, Penguins 1: Senators Chase Marc-Andre Fleury and Overwhelm Injury-Riddled Penguins

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Host Ottawa had four first-period goals, the last three in 2 minutes 18 seconds, and took a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference finals.

Predators 2, Ducks 1: Predators Score Twice in Third Period and Take Series Lead Over Ducks

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Roman Josi and Filip Forsberg scored for Nashville as it rallied from a 1-0 deficit entering the final period.

N.H.L.’s Goaltending Merry-Go-Round Gets an Early Start

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

With the Vegas Golden Knights expansion draft as a catalyst and plenty of teams in the market for talent in the net, the dominoes were starting to fall.

Only Two Goals in Two Games, but Penguins Say the Chances Are There

8 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Before the Senators’ trap stifled the high-scoring Penguins in the first two games of the conference finals, they had not been held to a single goal in a game in seven weeks.

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