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October 6, 2010
Points 1. Henrik Sedin, Vancouver . . . 112 2. Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh . . . 109 3. Alex Ovechkin, Washington . . . 109 4. Nicklas Backstrom, Washington . . . 101 5. Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay . . . 95 Goals 1. Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh . . . 51 2. Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay . . . 51 3. Alex Ovechkin, Washington . . . 50 4. Patrick Marleau, San Jose . . . 44 5. Marian Gaborik, New York Rangers ....
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October 6, 2010 | by the Daily News
ED BARKOWITZ: Flyers points: 99 Eastern Conference final four: Flyers, Sabres, Penguins, Capitals Western Conference final four: Red Wings, Kings, Sharks, Canucks League MVP: Alexander Ovechkin, Capitals Cup winner: Penguins over Canucks Flyers' MVP: Jeff Carter Number of Michael Leighton starts: 41 CHUCK BAUSMAN: Flyers points: 101 Eastern Conference final four: Flyers, Penguins, Canadiens, Rangers ...
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June 1, 2011 | Associated Press
VANCOUVER - Daniel Sedin absently scratched his red playoff beard, thinking back on a decade of struggle and setbacks before the Vancouver Canucks reached the Stanley Cup finals against Boston. Down the hallway, his identical twin rubbed his identical beard exactly the same way. Henrik Sedin was considering a more pressing problem, though: Now that the Swedish superstars are finally close enough to touch the Stanley Cup, how do they get it away from hulking defenseman Zdeno Chara and the bruising Bruins?
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January 26, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Jeff Friesen has been a streaky goal scorer since coming to the New Jersey Devils, and it appears he's on another run. After going 10 games without a goal, Friesen scored his third in four games early in the third period to lead the Devils to a 3-2 victory over the visiting Atlanta Thrashers last night. "Sometimes you get in slumps and, for whatever reason, guys don't get on the same page," Friesen said. "Sometimes it's a frustrating rut to get out of, but I feel I'm out of the rut now and I'm starting to contribute offensively.
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May 6, 2011 | Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Ryan Kesler broke a tie with a power-play goal at 7 minutes, 28 seconds of the third period, and the Vancouver Canucks beat the Nashville Predators, 4-2, on Thursday night to take a three-games-to-one lead in their Western Conference semifinal series. Christian Ehrhoff scored a power-play goal and had two assists, Kesler also had two assists, and Alexander Edler had a goal. Henrik Sedin notched his first points in the series with two assists and an empty-net goal with 20.6 seconds left.
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June 13, 2011 | Associated Press
BOSTON - Even after all the taunts, bites, and vicious hits that the Vancouver Canucks have thrown at the Boston Bruins over the last two weeks, skating the Stanley Cup around the Garden ice would be the biggest insult of all. The Canucks could do it after Game 6 on Monday night, when they'll attempt to finish off the testiest Stanley Cup finals in recent memory. If the Bruins win again, the Cup will be claimed Wednesday in Vancouver. After racking up the regular season's best record and then surviving several playoff scares, the Canucks don't want to wait another day for their franchise's first championship.
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May 6, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
The Vancouver Canucks can prove they learned from Chicago the importance of closing out an opponent the first chance they get. Ryan Kesler broke a tie with a power-play goal at 7:28 of the third period, and the visiting Canucks beat the Nashville Predators, 4-2, last night to take a 3-1 lead in the Western Conference semifinal series. The Canucks, the Presidents' Trophy winners for the NHL's best regular-season record, can close out the series tomorrow night in Game 5 in Vancouver.
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May 23, 2011 | Associated Press
SAN JOSE - With the sharp-passing Sedin twins, plenty of players with big shots, and a gold medal-winning goalie, the Vancouver Canucks are tough enough to beat in normal situations. That task becomes nearly impossible when they have two extra skaters on the ice. The Canucks converted three successive five-on-three power plays in a span of less than 2 minutes during the second period, with Sami Salo scoring twice and Ryan Kesler adding the third, to beat the San Jose Sharks, 4-2, yesterday in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals and take a 3-1 series lead.
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March 18, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
The NHL playoffs start April 9. In the Northwest Division, it's almost as if they've already begun. Brent Burns and Branko Radivojevic both scored and Niklas Backstrom stopped 29 shots for the Minnesota Wild in a 3-1 victory over the visiting Colorado Avalanche last night that broke a three-way tie for first place. The game began a final stretch that features four teams with division title aspirations, and none with a playoff spot locked up. "It's exactly like a playoff game," Minnesota forward Brian Rolston said.
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May 1, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
Sami Salo scored on a 3-on-1 rush with 1:13 left, and the Vancouver Canucks beat the visiting Chicago Blackhawks, 5-3, last night after blowing a three-goal lead in the third period of their Western Conference semifinal series opener. After Nikolai Khabibulin made a sliding save on Steve Bernier's one-timer, the trailing Salo was all alone to tap in the rebound. Patrick Kane scored twice for Chicago, and David Bolland tied it with 5:29 left. Ryan Johnson scored into an empty net with 15.5 seconds left to wrap up the victory.
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May 20, 2013 | Daily News staff and wire reports
FLYERS DEFENSEMAN Erik Gustafsson scored to help Sweden become the first home team to win the world hockey championships in 27 years, beating Switzerland, 5-1, yesterday in Stockholm for its ninth title. Vancouver Canucks star Henrik Sedin had two goals and an assist, and Buffalo Sabres goalie Jhonas Enroth made 26 saves to help Sweden become the first team to win the title on home ice since the Soviet Union in 1986. Switzerland earned its first medal in 60 years. "It was a tight game," Sedin said.
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April 9, 2012
The Phoenix Coyotes went through a brutal stretch in the schedule that sent them roughly 125,000 miles across North America in six weeks. They battled injuries, inconsistent stretches, some bad bounces. Oh, yeah, they still don't have an owner yet, either. But when the final horn of the regular season sounded, the Coyotes had closed out what might have been the most impressive of 33 years as an NHL franchise. After so many near misses, a big move from Canada to the desert and an ongoing ownership saga, the Coyotes were division champions for the first time - and, yeah, it was a sweet feeling.
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February 19, 2012
Alex Burrows and Daniel and Henrik Sedin combined for 10 points in the host Vancouver Canucks' 6-2 thrashing of the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night. Burrows scored two goals, Daniel Sedin had a goal and three assists, and twin brother Henrik added four assists. The Sedins' outburst came after both had gone three games without a point.   Stamkos scores Steven Stamkos scored his NHL-leading 40th goal of the season and the host Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Washington Capitals, 2-1. The 22-year old Stamkos became the first Tampa Bay player to have three consecutive seasons of at least 40 goals when he scored 1 minute, 50 seconds into the second period.
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January 6, 2012
Flyers Notes Sports Illustrated named Flyers center Claude Giroux the league's MVP for the first half of the season. Yet Giroux wasn't selected by the fans who chose the first six players for the All-Star Game. Those names were announced Thursday. Giroux entered Thursday tied for second in the NHL with 46 points - two behind Vancouver's Henrik Sedin , who also was bypassed in the fans' vote, along with such forwards as Toronto's Phil Kessel ; Tampa Bay's Steven Stamkos ; and Sedin's twin brother, Daniel , of Vancouver.
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December 20, 2011 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
BOSTON BRUINS forward Milan Lucic knows what the league is trying to do and understood the reason for his one-game suspension despite the fact that he didn't totally agree with it. Lucic sat out last night's 3-2 win over visiting Montreal because he was suspended without pay by the league for hitting Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo from behind and into the boards in the second period of a 6-0 win on Saturday. "I think it's good that it's in the back of players' mind now that the NHL just isn't a place to just be running around recklessly anymore, and I think it's a good thing," he said before Boston faced the Canadiens.
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November 7, 2011 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
KEN HITCHCOCK is back coaching in the NHL. The St. Louis Blues have fired Davis Payne after a 6-7-0 start and hired Hitchcock to a contract through next season. The 59-year-old Hitchcock is 534-350-88-70, winning a Stanley Cup with the Dallas Stars in 2000 and also coaching the Flyers and Columbus Blue Jackets. The team called a news conference for this morning; Hitchcock will be on the bench for practice in the afternoon.   In yesterday's games *  At New York, former Flyer Marty Biron stopped 23 shots for his first shutout in more than 2 years and Marian Gaborik scored two goals to help the Rangers beat the visiting Winnipeg Jets, 3-0. The win was the Rangers' fourth straight.
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June 15, 2011
Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks When: 8 o'clock TV: NBC. Radio: None. About the Bruins: Have outscored the Canucks 17-3 in their three wins in Boston and been outscored 5-2 in their three losses in Vancouver . . . Can become the first team ever to win three Game 7s in a single postseason. The only series Boston didn't need seven games was in its second-round sweep of the Flyers . . . Former Flyer Mark Recchi, who is in his 22nd NHL season, has indicated that he will retire if the Bruins win the Stanley Cup. Recchi, 43, is 6-4 in Game 7s. He had three assists in Game 6 . . . David Krejci leads the Bruins with 23 points in 24 games, but goalie Tim Thomas (eight goals against in six Finals games)
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June 13, 2011 | Associated Press
BOSTON - Even after all the taunts, bites, and vicious hits that the Vancouver Canucks have thrown at the Boston Bruins over the last two weeks, skating the Stanley Cup around the Garden ice would be the biggest insult of all. The Canucks could do it after Game 6 on Monday night, when they'll attempt to finish off the testiest Stanley Cup finals in recent memory. If the Bruins win again, the Cup will be claimed Wednesday in Vancouver. After racking up the regular season's best record and then surviving several playoff scares, the Canucks don't want to wait another day for their franchise's first championship.
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June 13, 2011 | Associated Press
BOSTON - Even after all the taunts, bites and vicious hits that the Vancouver Canucks have thrown at the Boston Bruins over the past 2 weeks, skating the Stanley Cup around the Garden ice would be the biggest insult of all. The Canucks could do it after Game 6 tonight when they'll attempt to finish off the testiest Stanley Cup Finals in recent memory. If the Bruins win again, the Cup will be claimed Wednesday back in Vancouver. But after racking up the regular season's best record and then surviving several playoff scares, the Canucks don't want to wait another day for their franchise's first championship.
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June 10, 2011 | From Staff and Wire Reports
BOSTON - Although Roberto Luongo is receiving much of the blame for Vancouver's two-game meltdown in Boston during the Stanley Cup Finals, the Canucks refuse to allow their goalie to take the heat alone. Most of the 12 goals he allowed in just over five periods weren't his fault, said defenseman Kevin Bieksa. Luongo might have been pulled from a crucial Game 4 - which the Bruins won, 4-0, to even the series a two games each - but the star goalie will get himself together in time for Game 5 Friday in Vancouver, captain Henrik Sedin promised.
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