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Rick Nash losing sleep after rejuvenating two-goal effort
NEW YORK -- After his first multi-goal game in almost four months, Rick Nash must have slept like a baby Friday night, right?
from: Edmonton Sun

Oilers' Dynasty Ends: Kid line sparked Stanley Cup run
On a team that boasted Mark Messier, Jari Kurri, Glenn Anderson, Craig Simpson and almost 50 Stanley Cup rings, nobody would have guessed that a bunch of wide-eyed, won-nothing kids would be the spark that re-ignited a champion.
from: Edmonton Sun

Oilers' Dynasty Ends: Bill Ranford's amazing playoff run
Twenty-five years after winning a Conn Smythe trophy and capping the Oilers dynasty with a fifth Stanley Cup, Bill Ranford's run in the spring of 1990 remains one of the great playoff performances in franchise history - which is saying something.
from: Edmonton Sun

Oilers' Dynasty Ends: Oilers were playoff underdogs
It seems absurd to categorize a team that won a fifth Stanley Cup in seven years as an underdog, but that's the way it felt when the Edmonton Oilers launched their playoff bid in 1989-90.
from: Edmonton Sun

Oilers' Dynasty Ends: Mark 'Moose' Messier left his mark
Adam Graves will never forget being a no-name kid with nothing on his resume and having Mark Messier - THE Mark Messier - driving over and picking HIM up for a morning skate.
from: Edmonton Sun

Oilers' Dynasty Ends: Oh, what it was like to be a winner!
Twenty-five years ago today.
from: Edmonton Sun

'Anything can happen': Chicago's Kane
It was desperation hockey stretching towards the incredible.
from: Edmonton Sun

Oilers' Dynasty Ends: Cam Tait remembers superfans [Photos]
Meet Gerry Postman and Clancy Mullen: two childhood friends from Fort Saskatchewan and unquestionably two of the greatest Edmonton Oilers fans ever.
from: Edmonton Sun

Blackhawks tie series with double OT win
CHICAGO - It was desperation hockey stretching towards the incredible.
from: Edmonton Sun

Edmonton Oilers' Dynasty Ends ... with a bang [Photos]
To look back 25 years ago today at the fifth and final Stanley Cup won by the Edmonton Oilers, first you have to go back to Aug. 8, 1988.
from: Edmonton Sun

Blackhawks score in double OT to beat Ducks 5-4 in Game 4 of Western final
Game 5 is Monday night in Anaheim
from: The Global and Mail

Lupul happy to be reunited with Babcock
When Joffrey Lupul was drafted in 2002, he walked to the stage at the Air Canada Centre, put on an Anaheim jersey and shook hands with all the right people.
from: London Free Press

Hunter Smith helps take Generals past Oceanic in Memorial Cup
QUEBEC CITY -- Hunter Smith is no goat.
from: London Free Press



from: Cyber Presse

Canadian Hockey League crackdown on post-whistle scrums leads to plenty of 10-minute penalties doled out at Memorial Cup
The Canadian Hockey League takes great pains to attract the world's top junior hockey talent.
from: London Free Press

Acquiring Keith Yandle at trade deadline a shrewd move by Rangers GM
When Glen Sather was named a finalist for the NHL GM of the Year Award Friday afternoon, the obvious questions were raised.
from: London Free Press



from: Cyber Presse

Blackhawks need to get their legs back for Game 4
CHICAGO - Somewhere in between the three overtime win and the three and a half hour flight back here from California, the Blackhawks lost their speed.
from: London Free Press

Les Rangers l'emportent face au Lightning

from: Le Devoir

Londoner Mitch Vande Sompel is a defenceman who also plays forward, and poses a threat wherever he plays on the ice
Mitch Vande Sompel will play defence for the Oshawa Generals at the Memorial Cup.
from: London Free Press

Quebec Remparts beat Kelowna Rockets in game one of Memorial Cup
Twelve years ago, the Quebec Remparts went 0-3 at a home Memorial Cup.
from: London Free Press



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from: Cyber Presse

Duhatschek: Babcock's big deal is the exception, not the new norm
Todd McLellan's $3-million-a-year package in Edmonton is seen as a more-realistic benchmark for NHL coaching salaries
from: The Global and Mail

Rangers crush Lightning to tie series at two games apiece
The New York Rangers shut down the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1 on Friday night in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals
from: The Global and Mail

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