The young talent of the Arizona Coyotes had an adjustment period under new coach Rick Tocchet last season. By the time they made it around the learning curve, any thought of the playoffs had long pass
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The Philadelphia Flyers needed a true No. 1 goalie. They needed to shake up the nucleus of a franchise that hasn't won a playoff series since 2012.
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The Anaheim Ducks' run of five consecutive Pacific Division titles ended last spring. Their fall was then punctuated by a humiliating first-round playoff sweep by the San Jose Sharks.
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One talented Russian winger. Deep lines and pairings. Years of playoff heartache.
... s. Years of playoff heartache. Months after Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals won the first Stanley Cup title in franchise history, the are looking to fol ...
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The Tampa Bay Lightning know there are no shortcuts to winning a Stanley Cup title.
... final twice in three years, including coming up short against the Washington Capitals last season. “It’s a hard thing to do, and this group has done it year after ...
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The Vegas Golden Knights stunned the league with a run to the Stanley Cup Final in their inaugural season and almost seemed to be leading a charmed existence.
... eemed to be leading a charmed existence. But the storybook season ended with Capitals hoisting the Cup on Vegas’ home ice and the bitter taste remains, which is d ...
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Tom Wilson caught himself. He knew what was about to come out of his mouth went against years of hatred between his Washington Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
... to come out of his mouth went against years of hatred between his Washington Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins. “I don’t know why I’m saying this, but you resp ...
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The speedy, full-tilt pace on the ice remains in place for the Colorado Avalanche.
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Coach Peter DeBoer embraced the high expectations for the San Jose Sharks after general manager Doug Wilson presented him two-time Norris Trophy-winning defenseman Erik Karlsson on the eve of training
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