From the moment Stephane Robidas was traded from the Dallas Stars to the Anaheim Ducks last month, he realized he might end up facing his former teammates in the first round of the playoffs.
Few teams looked as unbeatable as the Anaheim Ducks at the start of the season.
Exactly as advertised, Ryan Miller came to the St. Louis Blues and the goals-against number went down.
Like the robins returning and baseball opening its season, a sure sign of spring in recent years has been a preponderance of predictions that the Penguins would win the Stanley Cup.
St. Louis Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock said on Tuesday that he expects all of his currently injured players to return to action by the end of the first round of the playoffs.
(Sports Network) - Heading into the final week of the regular season, the St. Louis Blues were in the running to capture the Presidents' Trophy as the league's top point-earning team.
The St. Louis Blues are getting closer to the lineup that set a franchise record for victories and challenged for first place overall, instead of the patchwork roster that lost six in a row to finish the regular season.
Pittsburgh cruised to a division title this season, taking the Metropolitan with 109 points -- 13 more than the second-place New York Rangers.
The Stanley Cup Finals seem so far away to Tyler Seguin, and yet, they seem like yesterday.
NHL draft lottery losers last year, the Florida Panthers had their number come up this year.
Patrick Roy's fiery personality was on full display in the opening game when the Colorado coach got into a heated exchange with Anaheim, banging his hands again and again on the glass partition until it tilted.
The Columbus Blue Jackets don't mind all the doubters.
The Carolina Hurricanes have entered perhaps their most uncertain offseason since they moved to North Carolina.
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Darryl Sydor remembers driving to Xcel Energy Center thinking "that was it."
One season under the NHL's realigned conference setup probably was enough for Eastern teams to veto future additions from the West.
Steve Mason always promised to be something of a mystery for the Flyers in these playoffs anyway, only there are more questions now. He spent 15 minutes on the ice during Tuesday's practice, sent out a cryptic text message to the media about the cryptic upper-body injury he'd sustained on Saturday, and neither coach Craig Berube nor general manager Paul Holmgren offered anything more than murk when asked whether Mason would be healthy enough to start Thursday night against the Rangers.
Tim Murray's vision of rebuilding the Buffalo Sabres involves several things.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are the closest NHL team to the Pittsburgh Penguins, at least geographically. The two franchises are separated by 185 miles of highway.
After a two-season absence the Tampa Bay Lightning are back in the playoffs.
It's not the things the Anaheim Ducks do well (and there are plenty of them) that cause me concern for the Stars in this first-round playoff series. It's the things they don't do well that make them downright scary.
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