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Evgeni Malkin accepts suspension, believes Raffl 'dove'

Evgeni Malkin did not play in the Pittsburgh Penguins' 3-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday night because he was serving a one-game suspension for violently swinging his stick at Philadelphia Flyers forward Michael Raffl. For Malkin, the play resulted in his second match penalty of the season

Read more: https://nhl.nbcsports.com/2019/02/14/evgeni-malkin-accepts-suspension-believes-raffl-dove/?src=rss

Hot streak helps Hurricanes surge into playoff contention

The Carolina Hurricanes have skated their way out of being tied for last place into playoff contention - all in just six weeks. The Hurricanes entered Thursday night's games three points out of a playoff spot with 25 games remaining, a stretch run that starts Friday night when Edmonton visits.

Read more: https://sports.yahoo.com/hot-streak-helps-hurricanes-surge-playoff-contention-201520767--nhl.html?src=rss

Sabres eye rare winning streak as Rangers visit

The Sabres aim to continue their defensive improvement and get consecutive wins for the first time in over two months on Friday night when they conclude a seven-game homestand against the New York Rangers. The Sabres began the homestand by allowing 17 goals and going 1-1-1 in three games against Chicago

Read more: https://sports.yahoo.com/sabres-eye-rare-winning-streak-rangers-visit-192651729--nhl.html?src=rss

Who will change the NHL's balance of power? From Carter Hart to Cheveldayoff vs. Poile

It's foolish to ponder “what ifs” in professional sports. Every team, in every season, has variables that alter its fate. But it's challenging for Philadelphia Flyers fans not to ponder how their playoff outlook would be different had Carter Hart been promoted from the American Hockey League 

Read more: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nhl/columnist/allen/2019/02/14/nhl-playoffs-carter-hart-david-poile-kevin-cheveldayoff/2868391002/?src=rss

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