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  • Gene Collier: Game l looked very different for Penguins

    PITTSBURGH Wait, this is the playoffs? Can't be. When it's the playoffs, the Penguins score maybe two goals in a week and exit muttering toward the summer; they don't score twice in 45 seconds and thrice in the first 40 minutes on Wednesday night. When...
  • Flyers start playoffs with Emery in goal

    Flyers start playoffs with Emery in goal
    No one will ever know if Ray Emery would have started the first round of the playoffs in goal for the Philadelphia Flyers even if Steve Mason had not been injured. But the whole thing became a moot point around noon on Wednesday when Emery was...
  • Sutter's goal rallies Penguins to 4-3 win over Blue Jackets

    Sutter's goal rallies Penguins to 4-3 win over Blue Jackets PITTSBURGH --- Center Brandon Sutter wasn't thinking about being the hero, just on finding the back of the net. Sutter's goal with 11:42 remaining capped a rally from a two-goal deficit as...
  • Canadiens beat Lightning in overtime, 5-4, in playoff opener

    Dale Weise scored 18 minutes 8 seconds into overtime Wednesday night to give the Montreal Canadiens a 5-4 victory over the host Tampa Bay Lightning in the opening game of their Eastern Conference first-round playoff series. Daniel Briere passed from...
  • Penguins claw back to win Game 1 in playoff series

    PITTSBURGH This was, the Penguins said, precisely what they expected from Columbus. And it was, the Blue Jackets said, exactly what they wanted to give to the Penguins. And what they intend to give them again. As long as this first-round playoffs...
  • Ilya Bryzgalov is formfitting for Wild

    DENVER Like the "humongous" universe he was so fascinated by during HBO's "24/7," the Ilya Bryzgalov YouTube library is vast and endless. Type his name into the search field, and you'll find out Bryzgalov is afraid of bears in the forest. You'll hear how...
  • Top Women's Recruit A'Ja Wilson Stays In South Carolina

    Storrs is home to the nine-time national champions, but it is not home to A'Ja Wilson. "There really is no place like home," Wilson said Wednesday at her high school in Columbia, S.C., after announcing she will attend South Carolina. Wilson, the top-rated...
  • Stanley Cup playoffs: First-round series previews

    Stanley Cup playoffs: First-round series previews
    One season under the NHL's realigned conference setup probably was enough for Eastern teams to veto future additions from the West. The Red Wings and Blue Jackets, who moved from the West to the East before this season, won their new conference's two...
  • Sam Donnellon: Flyers' answer for Madison Square Garden skid

    In six season with two teams, Jakub Voracek has yet to skate off the ice at Madison Square Garden a happy man. Wayne Simmonds has the same lack of positive vibe over the same amount of seasons, so maybe they are not exactly the right people to analyze...
  • Penguins hold off Blue Jackets in Game 1

    PITTSBURGH The Penguins got a stiff test from the Columbus Blue Jackets but prevailed, 4-3, in the opening game of their best-of-seven, first-round playoff series on Wednesday night at Consol Energy Center The Blue Jackets took a 1-0 lead at 6:20 of...
  • Series guide to Stanley Cup playoffs

    Lace 'em up and buckle up, NHL playoff season is here. Don't take any stupid penalties, watch those cross-ice passes and just win your shift. First one to 16 victories gets the best trophy in North American pro sports. Here's a look at the first-round...
  • Penguins aren't favored to win the East for a change

    PITTSBURGH 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. Except that they haven't proved those prognosticators correct...