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While Rick Nash remains on target for a return to the Rangers lineup either Tuesday at the Garden against the Bruins or Thursday in Dallas, concussed winger Taylor Pyatt is also progressing in his recovery.

Pyatt, who sustained his concussion Nov. 7 in Columbus on a second-period elbow from Fedor Tyutin, has had his symptoms subside over the last few days. Pyatt has visited Michigan-based specialist Dr. Jeffrey Scott Kutcher, the same physician who examined Nash last month. There is no timetable regarding a return to the ice for Pyatt, who has been sidelined for the last four games, including Sunday’s 1-0 loss to the Kings. Tyutin was assessed an elbowing minor on the play, but escaped supplementary discipline because Pyatt’s body was the primary point of contact.
Source: NY Post
Mon, Nov 18, 2013 09:16:00 AM

Tyler Johnson scored two goals and the Tampa Bay Lightning forced Game 7 of the Eastern Conference First Round series against the Red Wings with a 5-2 victory Monday night in Detroit.

Game 7 will take place Wednesday in Tampa Bay. Johnson has been hot for the Lightning in this series. He now has five goals. He was not the highest point-getter for the Ligntning in Game 6, though. Nikita Kucherov was. He had three assists. Kucherov drew assists on the game's first three goals, scored by Johnson, Jason Garrison (first of the playoffs) and then Johnson again. Johnson's second goal came at 9:09 of the second period. The Wings narrowed the gap to 3-2 early in the third period after a pair of goals by Tomas Tatar, but then the Lightning extended their lead again on goals by Alex Killorn (second of the series) and Cedric Paquette (first). Paquette's goal was a short-handed, empty-netter, recorded at 19:03 of the third period.
Apr 27 - 10:26 PM

Drew Doughty has been announced as a finalist for the Norris Trophy.

He averaged 28:59 of ice time per game in 2014-15, while posting seven goals and 46 points in 82 games. Doughty posted 219 shots and he led the NHL with a SAT of 410. He was a finalist for the award in 2009-10, but that was the year Duncan Keith won his first Norris Trophy. P.K. Subban and Erik Karlsson are the other finalists for this season.
Apr 27 - 6:56 PM

Shea Weber sustained a subluxed kneecap during Game 2 of Nashville's first-round series against Chicago.

He sat out the Predators' final four playoff matches and underwent a medical procedure to repair the damage. Weber is expected to require four to six weeks of recovery time.
Apr 27 - 4:52 PM

Steve Stamkos insisted Monday that he isn't playing hurt.

"Obviously cause I'm not scoring, people think you're injured," Stamkos said. "That's not the case. I feel great. Obviously everyone is going through some bumps and bruises at this time (of year). But if I had a couple goals, nobody would ask me if i was injured." He hasn't scored a goal in the playoffs yet after finishing second on the league with a total of 43 during the regular season.
Apr 27 - 3:05 PM

Mats Zuccarello is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.

He may have suffered a concussion when was struck in the head by Ryan McDonagh's slap shot last Friday. Martin St. Louis is slated to take Zuccarello's spot on the top line.
Apr 27 - 1:48 PM

Carey Price stopped all 43 shots he faced in Sunday's 2-0 series clinching win over Ottawa.

Price was outstanding from the beginning of this game until the very last second. The Canadiens came out of the gate strong, but Ottawa took over from the middle of the first period until the end of the game. After one period the shots were 13-13, but Ottawa was able to fire 30 shots in the final 40 minutes while the Canadiens had just seven. After a difficult performance in game five, Price rebounded nicely in this contest. Montreal may not be able to score much but having a goaltender like Price will make them a tough out in any playoff series.
Apr 26 - 9:08 PM

Zach Parise scored two goals in Sunday’s 4-1, elimination win over St. Louis.

Parise opened the scoring with a shorthanded goal that goalie Jake Allen will be embarrassed to have let in. Parise also added the insurance marker at the 1:01 mark of the third period. The Wild will now advance to the second round of playoffs where they will face the Chicago Blackhawks. Many people underestimated the Wild coming into the playoffs but they have great goaltending and timely scoring. This will be a rematch of last year’s second round matchup, as the Blackhawks eliminated the Wild in six games.
Apr 26 - 6:00 PM

Jori Lehtera will play in Sunday's game six tilt against the Minnesota Wild.

Lehtera (lower body) missed game five because of an injury, but his return to the lineup should give the Blues a boost. He was skating on a line with Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko. The Blues need to win to keep their season alive.
Apr 26 - 3:12 PM

Sidney Crosby will play for team Canada at the World Hockey Championships.

The Penguins were eliminated from the playoffs on Friday night, and we now find out that Crosby has committed to play for his country. Obviously, this is a huge boost to Canada's roster and their chances of winning the gold medal have increased significantly. Canada already had a strong roster with big names such as Tyler Seguin and Matt Duchene, but Crosby's arrival will drop everyone down a notch on the pecking order. The 27-year-old finished the 2014-15 season with 28 goals and 84 points in 77 games. He had two goals and four points in five playoff games.
Apr 26 - 11:45 AM

Bo Horvat was tied for first among Vancouver Canuck players in playoff points.

The talented 20-year-old had a goal and four points which tied him along with the Sedin twins, Radim Vrbata and Jannik Hansen for the team lead. He was also outstanding at the faceoff dot Saturday, winning 11 of 14. He is ready to explode offensively and is worth selecting next season in most pools, especially keeper pools as he can be a force in the years to come.
Apr 26 - 8:30 AM

Henrik Lundqvist is pleased that he will get a few days off from playing.

The Rangers ended their series on Friday, defeating the Penguins in five games and with the next series against either Washington or the Islanders slated to begin on Wednesday or Thursday, it gives the 35-year-old netminder some valuable games off. Lundqvist was stellar against Pittsburgh as he was 4-1 with a 1.53 GAA and a .939 save percentage. If he continues this solid play, the Rangers could carry the Stanley Cup around the ice in June.
Apr 26 - 7:39 AM




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