Tag: Stanley Cup Playoffs

This Woman Engraves the Stanley Cup

For the second time in as many years, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Matt Murray and the rest of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ roster will be engraved onto the Stanley Cup, the ultimate prize in the National Hockey League. Since 1988, Louise St. Jacques has been the sole person in charge of such duties. Continue reading “This Woman Engraves the Stanley Cup”

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Minnesota Wild qualify for NHL Playoffs

The Minnesota Wild had lost eight straight games and 13 of 14 after the Boston Bruins defeated them 4-2 on Feb. 13.

Mike Yeo was fired as coach later that day and replaced by John Torchetti, who was coaching the Wild’s American Hockey League affiliate in Iowa.
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Nashville Predators qualify for NHL Playoffs

The Nashville Predators took an impressive 14-game point streak into March, but wound up clinching a berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs while on a three-game losing streak.

The point streak from Feb. 12 to March 9 was the longest in Nashville history, and the Predators earned at least a point in 17 of their past 22 games. They haven’t won since March 26, but qualified for the postseason when the Colorado Avalanche lost to the Washington Capitals on Friday.

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