Predators captain Shea Weber left Game 2 after suffering an apparent lower-body injury midway through the second period against the Blackhawks.
Patrick Kane scored his first goal of the postseason on Friday night, but it should not have counted.
Calgary Flames defenseman Kris Russell cross checked Vancouver Canucks forward Nick Bonino in the back of the head on Friday night. He was not penalized.
If the Predators are lucky enough to make a deep run in the playoffs, they still might not match the playoff beard of one of their young fans.
Alex Galchenyuk's turnaround shot earned the Canadiens a 3-2 win in Game 2 to take a 2-0 series advantage over the Senators.
P.K. Subban unleashed an unholy slap shot past Andrew Hammond to give Montreal a 2-1 lead over Ottawa.
Mika Zibanejad nearly scored one of the best goals we've seen all season, then Carey Price happened.
Sometimes referees and linesmen get in the way. It can be painful for them.
Max Pacioretty and Mark Stone will be in the lineup for their respective teams in Game 2 despite recent injuries.
The Washington Capitals will be without the services of Braden Holtby on Friday night. Philipp Grubauer will start in his place.
Braden Holtby missed the Capitals' morning skate with an illness, but is still expected to start Friday night in Game 2.
The Philadelphia Flyers have fired head coach Craig Berube after two seasons.
The Dallas Stars have agreed to terms on a seven-year deal with defenseman John Klingberg.
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