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Video: Some skill, a lot of luck for Caps' Holtby

In “Any Given Sunday,” Al Pacino gives a speech about “a game of inches.” Sometimes that rings quite literally true, such as a moment in the second period between the New York Islanders and Washington Capitals. 117 more words

Washington Capitals

Here’s your Stanley Cup playoff TV schedule for today

A quick look at what games will be on what channels in today’s Stanley Cup playoff action…

Capitals at Islanders, 3:00 p.m. ET on NBC… 356 more words

Chicago Blackhawks

Learn how to navigate playoff hockey in daily fantasy

The defense is starting to tighten up in the Stanley Cup playoffs, and that’s bad news for FantasyScore players, making it increasingly harder to pick winners. 528 more words


Sens go back to 'proven playoff' performer Anderson

Trailing 3-0 and facing elimination, the Ottawa Senators will go back to their veteran netminder tonight at home versus Montreal.

Coach Dave Cameron confirmed this morning that Craig Anderson would get the start over rookie Andrew Hammond. 91 more words

Monday Munchables

Every Monday, I will bring to you bite-size pieces of news from the last week in the NHL.

The McOiler
On Saturday, much to the chagrin of the entire NHL, the Edmonton Oilers won the draft lottery. 719 more words

Monday Munchables

New York Islanders honour anniversary of longest playoff game with quick overtime winner against Washington Capitals

UNIONDALE, N.Y. — On the 28th anniversary of the longest playoff game in New York Islanders history, John Tavares ended one of their shortest.

Fifteen seconds was all it took from the opening faceoff of extra time Sunday. 910 more words


Islanders Defeat Capitals 2-1 in Overtime, Cal Clutterbuck Has Some Words for Alex Ovechkin After the Game

The New York Islanders defeated the Washington Capitals today 2-1 in overtime, and took a two games to one lead in the best-of-seven series.

Islanders Captain John Tavares scored the game-winning goal 15 seconds into the overtime period, as Nikolay Kulemin’s shot was initially-stopped by Capitals Goaltender Braden Holtby — who tried to direct the rebound into the right corner, but, ultimately found Tavares’ stick with the save, who scooped it in before Holtby could recover… 92 more words