The Tampa Bay Lightning organization is the latest to utilize a new high-tech projection system that turns the ice surface into a giant video screen.
Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville got tagged for $25,000 by the NHL for grabbing his crotch in disagreement with the officials in Game 1's second overtime.
The Columbus Zoo penguins are either in trouble for being penguins or they're rooting against their own kind. This Blue Jackets-Penguins rivalry may have gone too far.
Paul Stastny scored twice in one of the most exciting finishes of the young postseason. The Avs home radio call matched that excitement and multiplied it by 100.
The Anaheim Ducks will be without Matt Beleskey for Game 2 of their series against the Dallas Stars. Devante Smith-Pelly will replace him in the lineup.
Flyers goaltender Steve Mason practiced for the first time since sustaining an upper-body injury last Saturday. He is hoping to return to action for Game 2 against the Rangers, but will await word from the Flyers' medical team.
Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville is getting some attention from the NHL for grabbing at his crotch to express his displeasure with the officials in Game 1.
The Tampa Bay Lightning can't seem to catch a break as another key player has gone down with injury. This time its sensational rookie winger Ondrej Palat.
The Avalanche overcame a two-goal deficit in the third period against the Wild in Game 1, capped off by Paul Stastny's goal with 13 seconds left to force OT.
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville gestured to the officials after they appeared to have missed a call against the St. Louis Blues for delay of game. Cameras were on the coach.
Maxim Lapierre may have gotten help getting into position thanks to a shove from Bandon Saad, but he ended up being in the right spot to save a sure goal off his own line.
The SAP Center, home of the San Jose Sharks, lost power about a half hour before the game was due to start. The lights are on, but teams had to warm up without music.
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Corey Crawford of the Chicago Blackhawks made a terrific save to preserve his team's lead in the second period, robbing Vladimir Tarasenko in the process.
Ryan Getzlaf's face got pretty messed up after taking a puck directly to the jaw off the stick of Tyler Seguin.
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