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Ed Jovanovski (hip) isn't expected to be available for the Panthers' season opener.

Jovanovski was limited to just six games last season due to the injury. "He's still rehabbing and is getting better every day," Panthers GM Dale Tallon said. "It's a matter of when he feels he can contribute and get into the physicality of the game." Tallon estimated that Jovanovski will be ready to return in about three to four weeks.
Sun, Sep 29, 2013 10:07:00 AM

Do not expect to see Calvin De Haan (shoulder) in the Islanders lineup Saturday.

De Haan suffered the injury in Game 5 when he banged shoulders with Troy Brouwer. De Haan had a couple of shoulder surgeries in the past few years and was unable to practice on Friday. Stay tuned.
Apr 25 - 8:31 AM

Carl Hagelin scored the series clinching goal in Friday's 2-1 overtime win over Pittsburgh.

Derek Stepan opened the scoring at the 4:23 mark of the first period, but the Rangers were unable to beat Marc-Andre Fleury again until overtime. Fleury was excellent for Pittsburgh, and he's the only reason the game even went to overtime but he may want the Hagelin goal back. The 26-year-old now has two goals and one assist in five playoff games in 2015. The Rangers will take on the winner of the Capitals-Islanders series which Washington currently leads three games to two.
Apr 24 - 10:24 PM

Craig Anderson stopped 45 of 46 shots in Friday's 5-1 win over Montreal.

Anderson has been extremely good since entering the series in game three. The 33-year-old may have seen a lot of rubber tonight, but the Canadiens didn't generate many quality scoring chances. Still, Anderson has made the saves to keep his team in each game and in the series. Many had written off the Senators after they were down three games to none, but there aren't many doubters left. Anderson appears to be in Montreal's head, as he has allowed just one goal in the last two games of the series. Ottawa will need their goaltender to keep playing this way if they want to win their next two games. Anderson has stopped 120 of 123 shots in this series.
Apr 24 - 10:10 PM

Carey Price is a finalist for the Vezina Trophy.

Price is the heavy favorite to win the award after leading the league with 44 wins, a 1.96 GAA, and .933 save percentage in 66 contests. The bigger question is whether or not he'll take the Hart Trophy as well. His fellow nominees, Devan Dubnyk, and Pekka Rinne, certainly had great seasons in their own right, but Dubnyk didn't really take off until he was acquired by Minnesota on January 14th while Rinne slowed down considerably in the second half of the campaign. By contrast, Price was dominant throughout 2014-15.
Apr 24 - 6:43 PM

Peter Chiarelli has been appointed both the Edmonton Oilers president and general manager.

Kevin Lowe, the former Oilers president of hockey operations, will stay within the organization, but his focus will presumably be more on the business side of the game. Former Oilers GM Craig MacTavish is remaining in the organization too, perhaps as an assistant to the new general manager. Chiarelli took some heat during his tenure with the Boston Bruins for his handling of the cap and his decision to trade emerging star forward Tyler Seguin was also met with criticism. Even so, the Bruins flourished for most of Chiarelli's tenure. Combined with Edmonton winning the draft lottery, the Oilers' future is looking a lot brighter these days.
Apr 24 - 3:13 PM

Shea Weber has been ruled out for the remainder of the first round due to a lower-body injury.

Nashville wouldn't specify what Weber's injury is, which is typical during the playoffs, but the team did specify that he doesn't have an ACL issue. Either way, Weber is obviously a huge part of the Predators and his absence has been felt. Also keep in mind that him being ruled out for the remainder of the first round doesn't necessarily imply that he will be back at some point during the Predators' playoff run should they advanced far enough. He might be able to return, but given the secrecy surrounding this and most other injuries at this time of year, there's no way to know for certain.
Apr 24 - 2:35 PM

Jacob Trouba suffered a broken hand in Game 2 of the Jets' first round series.

Trouba stayed in the lineup, which is impressive considering he could only hold his stick with two fingers. Now that the Jets have been eliminated, he'll undergo surgery and take six-to-eight weeks to recover. In other words, he should be fine for the start of the 2015-16 campaign.
Apr 24 - 12:10 PM

Filip Forsberg scored his first career hat trick during Thursday's 5-2 Game Five win over Chicago.

The hat trick was also Nashville's first ever in the playoffs as well. Forsberg started by intercepting Marcus Kruger's defensive zone faceoff win and putting one under the bar just two ticks into the clock. The weirdest part was that Forsberg wasn't even looking at the net. Add in a weak-side one-timer feed from Mike Fisher, and a power play empty-netter, and Forsberg has night to remember with his teammates and Predators fans everywhere.
Apr 24 - 1:22 AM

Tyler Johnson's overtime winner capped off a heroic night at Joe Louis Arena, as the 24-year-old center scored two goals and added a primary assist to lead Tampa Bay to a 3-2 win over Detroit.

The Bolts scored two goals in 1:17 late in the third period to claw back into the game and the series. Johnson scored the first goal to narrow the deficit to 2-1, then assisted on Ondrej Palat's equalizer before winning it just 2:25 into overtime to tie the series at two. Johnson's breakout season has extended into the playoffs as he has four goals and five points in four post-season contests.
Apr 23 - 11:15 PM

Evgeny Kuznetsov led the way for Washington in Game 5, scoring a goal and two assists to help the Caps beat up on the Islanders 5-1 on Thursday night and seize control of the series.

The 22-year-old speedster was shut out the first four games of the series with a minus-three rating, so Thursday's performance certainly boosted Kuznetsov's stock. Kuznetsov had 37 points in 80 games this season, and is going through his first playoffs in the NHL.
Apr 23 - 9:53 PM

Mark Stone has been selected as a finalist for the Calder Trophy.

His late-season surge helped get the Ottawa Senators into the playoffs and it tied him with Johnny Gaudreau for first among rookie scorers with 64 points in 80 games. He amassed 47 points in 46 games from January to the end of the regular season. Stone tied Colorado's Ryan O'Reilly for first in the NHL with 98 takeaways and he finished with a rookie-leading plus-21 rating. Gaudreau and Florida defenseman Aaron Ekblad were the other nominees.
Apr 23 - 7:04 PM




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