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Martin Havlat announces retirement from professional hockey

Forward Martin Havlat announced his retirement from professional hockey on Wednesday.  After 14 seasons in the NHL, he's calling it a career. Havlat has 594 points in 790 career games with the Senators, Blackhawks, Wild, Sharks and the Blues.  His best season was in 08-09, when he had 77 points in 81

Parise may require season-ending back surgery

Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise could require season-ending surgery to repair a herniated disk, the (Minneapolis) Star Tribune reported Thursday. The Wild announced Wednesday that Parise would miss the first two games of the Western Conference First Round Series against the Dallas Stars because of an upper-body injury. Game 1 is

First Round Matchup: Minnesota Wild vs. Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars come into this series as the 2nd ranked team in the NHL, and 1st place in the Western Conference and Central division. Their opponent, the Minnesota Wild, will be in tough company taking on the Stars. The Wild got into the playoffs in the 2nd wild card

2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Possible Matchups

These playoff matchups are based as if the playoffs started today. These playoff matchups are based as if the playoffs started today. Two Florida teams are in the Playoffs but no Canadian teams? Woah, thanks Bettman. With less than two weeks to go in the regular season, there are nine playoff spots available. No teams can clinch a playoff spot Wednesday.

2017 Expansion Draft; Who to Protect,Who to Risk?

Rules that have been released about the upcoming expansion draft: Teams can only lose one player for each expansion team that's added. So if there's one team, the Flyers could lose one player. If two teams are added, they could lose two. Teams can protect three defensemen, seven forwards and one

Our Daily Picks for Sunday, March 20th, 2016

   Our pick: Anaheim Ducks The Ducks are a much better team than the Jets. All around, the Ducks are better. Will be a rematch of last year's playoffs. Should be a good, hard hitting contest.    Our pick: New Jersey Devils The Devils have been a much more solid team than the Blue Jackets

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