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LeBrun: Canadiens just can't solve Lightning

The Habs outshot and outworked the Bolts, but Tampa still handed Montreal a gut-wrenching loss, scoring in the final second to take a 3-0 series lead.

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11hCraig Custance

Custance: Will a KHL star have NHL success?

OSTRAVA, Czech Republic -- He’s non-traditional, as one NHL executive put it. Steve Moses doesn’t have the prototypical, size nor has he taken the prototypical path to the NHL.

Stanley Cup Playoffs Analysis

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8hKatie Baker

Grantland: NHL Playoffs Report

Taking a look at were the Wild things are (hint: it's not pretty), and examining how the Flames roasted the Ducks with a comeback.

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Eichel using world championships as measuring stick (2:38)
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Faulk on Team USA's win over Russia (2:54)
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Levy and Melrose: The science of playoff cheating (2:17)
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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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Levy and Melrose: Intensity in the playoffs (1:52)

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Capitals: Andre Burakovsky shows he belongs, scores twice in Game 4 - "I wanted to prove I don't belong in the stands"

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At 20 yrs and 86 days, Andre Burakovsky is youngest player for the Washington Capitals to have a multi-goal game in the playoffs, per Elias

Canadiens: Tomas Plekanec on stunning finish to Game 3 - "We played a hell of a game. It's a bad way to lose"

Rangers Video: Barry Melrose says Rangers on verge of being "done" against "big, physical Capitals"

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