Every night during the Stanley Cup playoffs, Eye On Hockey writers Adam Gretz and Chris Peters will bring you up to speed everything you need to know about all of the action around the NHL. Here is everything that happened on April 16: Day 2 of the 2015 playoffs
Penguins defenseman Christian Ehrhoff has been cleared for contact after having to sit out since March 24 with an upper-body injury. He is still listed as day-to-day.
The Eye On Hockey staff gets you ready for the Stanley Cup Playoffs with five things you need to know about every series. Here, we look at the New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins matchup.
Now that the 2015 NHL playoff field is set and the games are ready to begin, which teams are the true contenders to win the Stanley Cup?
The Pittsburgh Penguins did not make it easy on themselves, but they are in the playoffs. The Boston Bruins will not make the playoffs.
The Pittsburgh Penguins had a 12-point cushion in the playoff race a little less than a month ago. Now, their entire season comes down to game 82.
Due to an injury to defenseman Derrick Pouliot, the Penguins will have just five healthy blueliners in the lineup Friday night in a potential clinching game against the Islanders.
The Ottawa Senators just keep finding new ways to win. They did it again on Tuesday night overcoming a 3-0 first period deficit to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins in overtime, 4-3.
The Penguins are still awaiting the return of defensemen Kris Letang and Christian Ehrhoff, but it sounds like neither will be ready until the playoffs.
Some teams are more dependent on one or two players than others when it comes to producing offense. Let's take a look at the players that have had the biggest role in their team's offensive production this season.

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