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  1. Thanks for reading! Please visit Below the Goal Line for more exclusive hockey content. NHL Game Updates: Buffalo Sabres @ Toronto Maple Leafs, The Sabres are victorious in this one 3-2. Toronto is comfortably in third place in the Atlantic Division, but hopes of moving up into second place are almost gone. Florida Panthers @ New York Islanders, The Panthers are now just one point behind the Devils for the final Wild Card spot thanks to a 3-0 win. The frustrated Islanders were officially eliminated from the playoffs. Ottawa Senators @ Carolina Hurricanes, The Ottawa Senators look like they are all focused on the summer and not the rest of this season. I can't blame these guys for that, as their dreadful season continues with a 4-1 loss in Raleigh. Detroit Red Wings @ Montreal Canadiens, Two non-playoff teams duked it out in this one, and it was the home Canadiens who were victorious 4-2. Brendan Gallagher now has 30 goals this season after potting two tonight. Arizona Coyotes @ Tampa Bay Lightning, The roller coaster ride that is the Tampa Bay Lightning continues as they lose 4-1 on home ice to the Coyotes. The Lightning are in coast mode right now, as they have been atop the standings for most of the season. That won't get it done, even against and NHL bottom feeder. San Jose Sharks @ Chicago Blackhawks, The Sharks get shootout goals from Logan Couture and Kevin Labanc to win their eighth straight game, their longest since the 2008-09 season. Evander Kane, who will be a free agent this summer, scored again for the Sharks. 4-3 (SO) was the final here. Colorado Avalanche @ Vegas Golden Knights, Vegas needed just one point to clinch a playoff spot. They got two with a 4-1 victory. I don't know what's more impressive, Jonathan Marchessault with 72 points in 73 games this season or William Karlsson with 40 goals on the year. Calgary Flames @ Los Angeles Kings, Calgary has been falling out of the playoff picture for weeks, but they were officially eliminated tonight thanks to a 3-0 loss to the Kings. Washington Capitals v New York Rangers: The Metropolitan Division leading Washington Capitals visit the New York Rangers tonight as they look to continue their push towards the playoffs. The Capitals have a comfortable three-point cushion on the Pittsburgh Penguins, while the Rangers do not have the opportunity to qualify for the postseason. The Capitals started fast in this one. T.J. Oshie scored less than three minutes into the opening period. Oshie is left alone coming down the right-wing side and fired a puck past rookie goalie Alexander Georgiev from the right face-off circle. Defenseman Matt Niskanen would add to the lead at 5:13 with his seventh of the year. Niskanen was again left alone, and Georgiev has little chance to make a stop after Niskanen has several seconds to perfect his shot. The onslaught continued when Alex Ovechkin scored his 45th of the season at 8:54. Ovechkin blasts the puck past Georgiev on the powerplay, and the Rangers decided to go with goalie Ondrej Pavelec for the rest of this contest. Pavelec didn't fare much better in the first period, as Evgeny Kuznetsov got his 24th of the season on a Rangers powerplay. The Capitals took this 4-0 lead into the second period. Fortunately for the Rangers, the Capitals' offense goes quiet the rest of the way. Lias Andersson would score his first NHL goal in the second period, and Mats Zuccarello would beat goaltender Philipp Grubauer in the third. The Rangers would only muster two as they fall 4-2. The Capitals open up a five point lead for the Metro Division lead with the win tonight. The Caps surged through the first period, but looked tired in stretches in the second and third periods. Look for some players to take maintenance days the rest of the way, especially if Washington locks up a playoff spot in the coming days. It is just a matter of time for the Capitals, as teams have around six games left on their schedules. The Florida Panthers sit in ninth place in the East with 85 points, 12 less than Washington. A few wins or a couple of losses by the Panthers and New Jersey Devils, and the Caps will qualify for the playoffs. Thanks for joining us. Please subscribe for email updates of future posts on the right side of the page (or after the entire article on your mobile devices). Don't forget to check us out on Twitter and Facebook!
  2. THE DEBATE - Hockey Podcast - Episode 14 Debate 1 | Oilers Gameplan – How will Edmonton right the ship for next season? Debate 2 | Headshots – Is hockey trying to eliminate headshots? Debate 3 | Rangers Rebuild – Is it time for a rebuild in the Big Apple Brad Burud and Blake Frairs are back at debating current topics in the NHL. On this episode they discuss the Edmonton Oilers and what the future game plan is for this underachieving team. Headshots keep happening and is the NHL taking this seriously, and the New York Rangers are talking rebuild. What will that entail and how long will Rangers fans have to wait to raise the Stanley Cup again?
  3. The Countdown is on... 3-27-2012 The Minnesota wild were officially eliminated from the playoffs on Sunday by way of a 3-0 shutout at the hands of the Washington Capitals (I stress the word officially). The Wild have now officially become the first team to have lead the NHL on December 1st that missed the playoffs. And the cherry on top: Matt Cullen broke his finger blocking a shot Saturday in Buffalo, and is more than likely done for the year. This isn’t unexpected; the Wild have won 12 games since the second week of December. That’s obviously not going to get it done. With that said, most Wild eyes will turn to the NHL Entry draft, where the Wild will more than likely have a lottery pick. As it stands now the Wild have the 4th pick, and are only one point put of the 2nd pick. The possibility of having the 2nd pick are very good, taking into account the way the Wild are playing and their remaining schedule. Picking in the top 5 at the draft would be a big help for a team that has a severe need for some elite talent right now (A lot of people are speculating about what the Wild may try to do in free agency, which could certainly help the team significantly, but is by no means guaranteed). A lot has been made of the Wild’s good line up of prospects (Mikael Grandlund, Charlie Coyle, Zack Phillips, Jason Zucker, Johan Larsson, Jonas Brodin, and Erik Haula- Go Gophers J, among others), but this is a team that needs help now. I know having a top 5 pick obviously doesn’t guarantee that, but the odds are significantly better than picking 9th or 10th. This is the problem the Wild have been enduring for the last several years. They have been mired in that 8th to 12th draft spot that yields talent, but not immediate impact talent (For the record, the Wild have done an amazing job at the draft over the past few years. They have gotten great talent in their draft position and in the later rounds. This is just a critique of circumstance and not a knock on the Wild at the draft for the past few years under this new regime of ownership). Now, with all of that said, the Wild will go out there and try to win games as best they can. Mike Yeo is not a guy who is going to coast to the end of the season. That will all start tonight in St. Paul as the New York Rangers roll into town…. So that’s looking promising. For tonight’s game: -Josh Harding will get the start and Nicklas Backstrom will back up- This is Backstrom’s official return from injury, so emergency call up Matt Hackett will be sent back to Houston. Harding has looked very good as of late, and may be trying to show the Wild how important it may be to re-sign him (He wants to stay with Minnesota). -Jared Spurgeon (Concussion) and Matt Cullen (Broken Finger) are both likely out for the season- Chad Rau (brother of Kyle Rau- Go Gophers J) is an emergency call up for Cullen and Kurtis Foster (Back) will play in tonight’s game. - The Rangers have the Penguins hot on their heels for the one seed in the Eastern Conference, so expect them to come out and play their best- This is the first night of a back to back for the NYR, who are in Winnipeg tomorrow, so it could be Biron or Lundqvist, but my money will be on Biron. Have a good day everybody- feel free to leave comments and questions. Todd Varga On twitter @Wild_Halo
  4. Taken from TSN.ca for us to discuss on here. Text Size Sean Avery's hockey career appears to be at an end. Or is it? A week after being told he was no longer in the New York Rangers' plans, Avery told Bravo TV that he is calling it quits while appearing as a guest on "Watch What Happens Live" with socialite Nicole Richie. "I am officially retired," he said. "I threw my skates in the Hudson [River]." While it wasn't immediately clear whether he was kidding, Larry Brooks of the New York Post later tweeted that Avery was in fact serious. "No, that wasn't a joke," Avery told Brooks. "Yes I'm retiring at end of season and it's okay." However, Avery's agent Pat Morris has denied the reports, saying Avery was joking and has no desire to retire. Morris also said Avery's future plans will be determined by interest this summer or early next season. Earlier in the month, Avery was left off the "Clear Day" roster by the Rangers' AHL affiliate Connecticut Whale, making him ineligible for the rest of the regular season and the Calder Cup Playoffs. The Whale also told Avery he was no longer required to show up for practices or games. The four-year, $15.5 million contract Avery signed with the Dallas Stars expires at the end of this season and Avery is set to become an unrestricted free agent. In 580 games during parts of 10 seasons with New York, Dallas, Los Angeles and Detroit, Avery has 90 goals and 247 points along with 1,533 penalty minutes.
  5. Buffalo is back at home tonight at the First Niagara Center for the first time since January 13th a 3-2 win against the Leafs. The opponent tonight are the 1st place New York Rangers. They are coming off a 4-3 shootout loss to NJ last night. The last time the Sabres lost in regulation at home was to these very New York Rangers on December 10th. Since then they have put a pretty good home streak together. Marty Biron played last night in NJ, therefore Henrik Lundqvist will be between the pipes tonight for the Rangers. Lundqvist is not the guy Buffalo or any team wants to be looking at defending the goal. King Henrik is the runaway favorite in my opinion for the Vezina this season. I love watching Ryan Callahan play. I would do anything to have a player like him on my team. He never gives up on any play, is physical, and can score. A great captain for the Rangers. However on the other side of the things Brad Richards comes into tonights game on a bit of a slump. He has 33 pts in 49 games and only 2 in his last 9. Thomas Vanek will not play tonight and another un-named forward may miss tonights game from an illness. In case that forward cannot go Zack Kassian has been recalled, it is possible to Kassian to play for Vanek instead of Adam, but I would highly highly doubt it. I expect Miller in goal again. Enroth won't be in net until next Friday or Saturday. Expected Lineup: Leino-Roy-Pominville Gerbe-Ennis-Stafford Boyes-Gaustad-Kaleta McCormick-Adam-Ellis (Reserve for Ill player-Zack Kassian) Myers-Ehrhoff Sekera-Regher Leopold-Weber Miller (Enroth) Prediction: Why not? 3-2 Buffalo.

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