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Burnside: Flames still have some magic left

The Flames are full value for all the hyperbole talk of magic, comeback and character, something they proved once again in shocking the Ducks in Game 3.

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Pronman: Top 100 prospects for 2015 draft

Sure, Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel are the top two NHL draft prospects. But who goes thereafter? Corey Pronman ranks the top 100, including notes from scouts and executives.

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Devils' hiring of GM Ray Shero is long overdue

Hiring GM Ray Shero is a few years too late as there's a reason the Devils missed the playoffs three straight seasons, and it starts at the top.

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Entering Tuesday, the Ducks (NHL), Wizards (NBA) and Warriors (NBA) were the only unbeaten teams in their spots this postseason. No longer.

Backland caps off Flames comeback in OT

Johnny Gaudreau scored the tying goal with 19.5 seconds left in the 3rd period and Mikael Backlund netted the winner in overtime to push the Flames past the Ducks in Game 3. Anaheim leads the second-round series 2-1.

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Blackhawks blank Wild

Corey Crawford had 30 saves, and that plus a Patrick Kane goal gave Chicago the win and 3-0 series lead.

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Ducks Video: Corey Perry, Patrick Maroon and Matt Beleskey all score goals in 4-3 Game 3 OT loss; series lead cut to 2-1

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Flames Highlight: Mikael Backlund scores OT winner after Johnny Gaudreau ties Game 3 late in 3rd; Ducks lead series 2-1

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