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Penguins win East Division after Capitals beat Fly

Pens get a gift from the Caps and clinch the East Division

The short-handed Washington Capitals beat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 Saturday night to guarantee they'll open the playoffs at home. Failing to win in regulation gave the East Division title to the rival Pittsburgh Penguins.
Report: John Tortorella informs Blue Jackets he wo

End of a era in Columbus, as Tortorella says "no mas"

John Tortorella has reportedly informed the Columbus Blue Jackets that he will not be returning to the team next season, ending the most successful stretch in franchise history.
Carter scores career-high four goals, Penguins bla

Warhorse Carter has a career game as Pittsburg downs the Sabres

Jeff Carter scored a career-high four goals and the Pittsburgh Penguins moved back into first place in the crowded East Division with an 8-4 victory over Buffalo on Thursday night.
Making sense of bombshell firing of Rangers presid

That should read John Davidson, but hey it's only small news right SN?

Elliotte Friedman and David Amber discuss the shocking firing of New York Rangers president Jeff Davidson and GM Jeff Gorton, and the notable timing of it on the heels of the controversy surrounding Tom Wilson.
Houser wins again, Bjork scores twice as Sabres be

All the Sabres needed to right the ship was a little Doogie Houser and Bjork

Michael Houser made 45 saves and stopped all three shots he faced in the shootout while Anders Bjork scored Buffalo's last two goals in regulation and one in the shootout goal, lifting the Sabres to a 4-3 victory over the New York Islanders on Tuesday.
Rangers' Artemi Panarin out for rest of season aft

Rangers lose Panarin for rest of the year as a result of Wilson incident

Artemi Panarin will miss the New York Rangers' final three games of the regular season due to an injury suffered on Monday night during an on-ice brawl incited by Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson.
Rangers 'extremely disappointed' by Wilson ruling,

Rangers' have a case on Panarin incident, but jump the shark with their Twitter post

The New York Rangers say they are "extremely disappointed" by the NHL's lack of suspension for Tom Wilson and believe that George Parros, the head of league's Department of Player Safety, is "unfit to continue in his current role."
Maple Leafs' Matthews continues 'unbelievable' sea

Matthews gives his Dad a great birthday present with yet another stellar performance

At even-strength, Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner have combined for more goals (46) and points (97) than any other duo in the sport. We’re talking about 23-year-olds. Yes, they’re rolling at their best. But better might still lie ahead.
Fleury ties for third on NHL's all-time wins as Go

Fleury looks to overtake Strombone on the all-time list with his next win

Jonathan Marchessault scored on a power play at 3:04 of overtime, Marc-Andre Fleury moved into a tie for third on the NHL's all-time wins list and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Arizona Coyotes 3-2 on Saturday night.
Rock bottom still beneath Canucks with daunting sc

Don't dream it's over. Vancouver has a long way to go before the final bell rings.

The Vancouver Canucks significantly outplayed the Toronto Maple Leafs for one period on Saturday and outshot them through two. They still lost 5-1. With an even more daunting schedule on the horizon, it's hard to imagine how the Canucks will cope.