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  • Jagr left off World Cup roster; Voynov selection questioned

    The Czech Republic will have to do without Jaromir Jagr at the World Cup of Hockey. Also, the NHL questioned whether defenseman Slava Voynov is eligible to play in September after being added to Russia's roster on Friday. The former Los Angeles Kings player pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor…

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  • Penguins top Lightning 2-1 to advance to Stanley Cup Final

    PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The hours before the biggest game of Bryan Rust's life were restless. The nap he tried to sneak in never materialized. The Pittsburgh Penguins forward's mind was simply too busy.

    The Associated Press
    Thu, May 26
    Tampa Bay1 - 2Pittsburgh
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  • Notes: Sharks draw on previous moments ahead of Game 6

    SAN JOSE The biggest game in San Jose Sharks franchise history didnt bring with it any different feeling than the other 99 theyre played so far this season on Wednesday morning. One of the strengths of this Sharks team, according to Joe Thornton, has been its ability to stay in the moment. Only…

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    Wed, May 25
    St. Louis2 - 5San Jose
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  • Voynov named to Russian roster, status for World Cup unclear

    Former Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov is no sure thing to play in the World Cup of Hockey despite being named to Russia's final roster on Friday. Voynov served two months in jail on domestic violence charges, was detained by immigration officials and voluntarily returned to Russia last…

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    SportsFlash - Wednesday May 25, 2016 Evening Edition

    Yahoo Sports recaps the day's top stories including the Grizzlies coaching hire, Arrieta's ninth victory, and Kawhi Leonard's unanimous selection.

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  • Buffalo Sabres sign Karabacek, 2014 2nd-round draft pick

    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- The Buffalo Sabres have signed prospect forward Vaclav Karabacek to a three-year entry-level contract.

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  • 2 long series wins might have exhausted Blues

    A pair of seven-game series wins might have taken a toll on the St. Louis Blues. St. Louis who will have to settle for its first appearance in the Western Conference final since 2001. ''I think if you're going to look at one aspect, it's our inability to close off those first two series and get the…

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  • Haggerty: Signing Kevan Miller may have connection with Jimmy Vesey

    Joe Haggerty explains why he thinks the Boston Bruins signing Kevan Miller may have a connection with them trying to sign Jimmy Vesey.
  • Senators defenseman Chris Phillips announces retirement

    Ottawa Senators defenseman Chris Phillips is closing out his career with the only NHL team he has ever known. Drafted first overall by the Senators in 1996, the 38-year-old Phillips announced his retirement Thursday. ''Nineteen years of professional hockey takes a toll on a body,'' Phillips said.

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  • Wild's Parise rehabbing back injury without surgery

    Minnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise has been rehabilitating his back injury without surgery, putting him on track to be at full strength by September. Parise joined teammates Erik Haula, Jason Pominville, Nate Prosser, Jared Spurgeon and Jason Zucker at an autograph signing to raise money for…

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  • What Went Wrong: CGY, WPG

    Two Canadian teams that regressed after making the playoffs in 2014-15.

  • Remembering the Lindros hit from Stevens 16 years later

    All it took to end the Flyers career of Eric Lindros was one devastating shoulder to the chin from Scott Stevens. This day, in 2000, just 7 minutes and 50 seconds into Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final, Stevens, the most intimidating defenseman in New Jersey Devils history, caught Lindros in…

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  • Coyotes hire Anaheim's Segal as COO

    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Arizona Coyotes have hired Anaheim Ducks executive Ari Segal as chief operating officer.

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  • Sharks know way to San Jose

    The Thursday Dose looks at the Sharks' impressive win over St. Louis to send them to their first Stanley Cup Final in their existence.

  • Panthers send Gudbranson to Canucks for McCann

    The Florida Panthers traded defenseman Erik Gudbranson to the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday night for forward Jared McCann. Gudbranson spent all five of his NHL seasons with the Panthers, and signed a deal for the 2016-17 season this month. The Canucks got him with the No. 24 overall pick in the…

    The Associated Press
  • Dose: Before Steve Leaves?

    Running down what might have been Steven Stamkos' last game with the Lightning and a trusty Bryan Rust performance in the ECF Game 7 Dose.

  • NHL-Rust scores 2 as Pens beat Lightning in Game 7

    Bryan Rust, a rookie forward who was in the minors for half the season, scored both Pittsburgh goals and the Penguins beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 Thursday night in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. "We've been trying to get back," said Crosby, who helped lead the Penguins to the Stanley…

  • 'Pissed off' upon his arrival, DeBoer used Sharks anger to get buy-in

    Wednesday's Western Conference Final clincher brought with it a little deja vu for Sharks coach Pete DeBoer, who will now be guiding his second club through a Stanley Cup Final.In 2012, he took a veteran New Jersey Devils team all the way the last round before bowing out to the champion Kings in…

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  • Sharks stats to know before Game 6

    The Sharks on Wednesday look to eliminate the Blues and clinch their first Stanley Cup Final in franchise history.

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  • Reed Deer beats Brandon 2-1 in OT in Memorial Cup

    RED DEER, Alberta (AP) -- Evan Polei scored at 3:50 of overtime to give the host Red Deer Rebels a 2-1 victory over the Brandon Wheat Kings on Wednesday night in the Memorial Cup junior hockey tournament.

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