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Tearing it down will not be the hard part for the Rangers

You would remember the Purge of 2004 a little bit differently if the Rangers had emerged with a haul featuring their first- or second-line center for the next dozen years. The Blueshirts should have had Travis Zajac as part of the return for Brian Leetch. Fourteen seasons ago, the collection of mercenaries

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Ducks outlast Wild 3-2 in 11th round of shootout

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Nick Ritchie scored in the 11th round of a shootout and John Gibson stopped seven straight shots in the Anaheim Ducks' 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Saturday. After the teams combined for 13 straight misses, Ritchie beat Devan Dubnyk. Ryan Getzlaff and Ondrej Kase

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Blackhawks rout Capitals 7-1 to end 8-game losing streak

CHICAGO (AP) — Jonathan Toews had a goal and two assists and the Chicago Blackhawks ripped the Washington Capitals 7-1 on Saturday night to end an eight-game losing streak. Patrick Kane, Brandon Saad and Ryan Hartman each added a goal and an assist in a 44-shot attack that took advantage of Washington

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Live Blog Golden Knights heavy favorites at home against Montreal

The Golden Knights host the Montreal Canadiens this evening at T-Mobile Arena. The early 4 p.m. start time is due to the fact that the game is being televised on Hockey Night in Canada. At minus-255 the Golden Knights are the largest favorite they've been this season. That's partially due to

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Latest USA-Russian mens hockey clash just like it always was in the stands

Sam Borden ESPN Senior Writer Sam Borden is a senior writer for ESPN.com. GANGNEUNG, South Korea -- They came in wearing USA hockey jerseys and cowboy hats, and over in one corner, a full Superman outfit. One man had a cap that was in the shape of a bald eagle, and there was a plethora of NHL sweaters

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