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Report: AHL could have new division in western U.S (NBC Sports)
(Fri, 18 Apr 2014 14:06:26 PDT)
Apparently, the "Coyotes, Ducks, Kings, and Sharks are on board" with relocating their minor-league affiliates closer to home.

‘Rejuvenated’ Weise enjoying the belief of his coach in Montreal (NBC Sports)
(Fri, 18 Apr 2014 12:48:28 PDT)
Unlike the last coach he had in Vancouver.

Guelph, Erie benefit from blockbusters but only one can win Western final (Yahoo Sports)
(Fri, 18 Apr 2014 12:25:15 PDT)
Erie's Brendan Gaunce and Guelph's Kerby Rychel both hope their trade is the one that pays dividends for their new teams.

Report: Hextall ‘in the mix’ for Vancouver GM job (NBC Sports)
(Thu, 17 Apr 2014 13:26:59 PDT)
Meanwhile, no word on Torts.

Can the Blackhawks avoid the Stanley Cup hangover? (NBC on Yahoo Sports)
(Thu, 17 Apr 2014 07:20:31 PDT)
The Chicago Blackhawks are the hunted in these Stanley Cup playoffs, which is really no different from their position throughout the regular season. That’s what happens when you win the silver chalice, hockey’s Holy Grail, the previous season. Not only did they win it all, they enjoyed a record-breaking regular season, too. But that was last year. Now, the question becomes: Can the Blackhawks avoid the Stanley Cup hangover as they look to defend their championship? It should help Chicago’s cause that Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane are expected to be ready for when the post-season begins , as the Blackhawks open up against the St. Louis Blues in the first round. This best-of-seven series begins Thursday in St. Louis. ‘‘They’re going to play the way they play, and we’ll play the way we play,’’ said forward Ben Smith , as per the Chicago Sun-Times . ‘‘In a best-of-seven series, we’ll see who comes out on top.’’ True enough. But while discussing the Blackhawks and that whole element of the championship hangover, it’s worth pointing out Chicago’s struggles following their last Stanley Cup victory, which came back in 2010. That was also the year of the Vancouver Olympics, which surely put added burden on the likes of Toews and Kane, as well as Brent Seabrook and Duncan Keith . The next year, the Blackhawks barely made it into the playoffs as the eighth seed in the Western Conference and were eventually beaten in the opening series in seven games by the Vancouver Canucks. This season looked to be on a similar path to the 2013 lockout-shortened campaign. The Blackhawks were on top of the Central Division with 84 points and a 35-11-14 record heading into the Sochi Olympic break. But since then, they’ve been hardly above average or of championship caliber. Their record since the NHL schedule resumed: 11-10-1. Some of that had to do with injuries to key players. And now, they have a date with the Blues, losers of six straight but a team that challenged for the Presidents’ Trophy as the league’s best regular season team right up until the final days of the schedule. “That’s what everybody wants to talk about, but we’re not going to think that we have an easier team to play against,” Toews told ESPN Chicago . “That’s definitely not going to be the case. They’re a team that loves to play physical against us, and we’ve got to expect that. There’s no reason why we can’t return that as well. We’ll be ready to bring that type of effort. - Cam Tucker, NBC Sports

Puck Daddy Power Rankings: Sewing Oates, the end of Trotz and delusional Brodeur (Puck Daddy)
(Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:43:48 PDT)


Facebook knows your favorite playoff team, and they've made a really cool map (Photo) (Puck Daddy)
(Wed, 16 Apr 2014 11:04:56 PDT)
Facebook knows that you like hockey. They know because you told them, clicking the "Like" button on your favorite NHL team, in an attempt to further personalize your profile, but really just helping them to advertise to you. They knew you were going to like this map, then. Facebook knows all. Stop telling Facebook all your secrets. Still, it's a pretty cool map. This colour-coordinated look at North America illustrates which playoff team each state and province is rooting for, based on the number of Facebook Likes. There are some interesting takeaways: • The San Jose Sharks are California's most Liked franchise. Anaheim and Los Angeles may have been assigned colors, but the Golden State is San Jose teal. (I guess that's really more of a persian green.) It seems strange that the state of California would be rooting predominantly for the one local team that's never won a Cup, but perhaps it's in the interest of fairness? • Pittsburgh wins the Battle of Pennsylvania, if not in-game, than on Facebook. That's probably due mostly to Sidney Crosby's star power, which also bleeds into the Virginias (Virgina is apparently for lovers of Crosby), and the Carolinas. • Crosby's reach also seizes central Canada, as well as the Northwest Territories. He's the only reason the country isn't completely Habs purple. • Perhaps if the Vancouver Canucks were a playoff team, Washington would be able to get behind them. Instead they've moved on to their second love: the Detroit Red Wings, apparently. • Detroit fans are all over the place. Besides Michigan, they've also turned states like Alaska, Louisiana, Georgia, and Tennesee. That's right: Tennessee. With the Predators out, the majority of folks in this state cheer for a former divisional rival.  • Blackhawks fans are similarly spread out. Beyond Illinois, they've infected Nevada, Oklahoma, Kansas, and even Arizona, who have apparently thrown their weight behind the former Stanley Cup champions after their Coyotes fell short of the postseason. • Don't forget about the people that love you in the Dakotas, Minnesota. • The Colorado Avalanche own the Rocky Mountains.  All that said, this map may not be that accurate. Lots of fans may like their NHL team without "Liking" their NHL team. Which would mean Facebook's information is woefully incomplete. It could be that there's just one NHL fan in New Mexico, and he bleeds burgundy and steel blue, for instance. s/t to Business Insider

Bulletin-board material: Why your team won’t win the Stanley Cup (NBC Sports)
(Wed, 16 Apr 2014 08:25:58 PDT)
Prove us wrong, all 16 teams. Prove...us...wrong.

Sochi Problems: Olympics hurt NHL teams that sent several players to Games (Puck Daddy)
(Wed, 16 Apr 2014 07:27:46 PDT)
Throughout its Olympic participation, the NHL has attempted to figure out what the benefits and costs are to its product and its teams. One key question: Does the wear, tear and extra exhaustion from the Winter Games experience have a negative effect on a team’s performance when their star players return for the stretch run? University of Massachusetts professor Neil Longley believes it does, and has the numbers to back it up. In 2012, he found that a team’s goal differential “dropped by 0.088 of a goal per game compared with its performance before the Games,” according to the New York Times, for every player it sent to the Olympics. The more Olympians on the team, the more that team’s numbers trended downward after the Games. Longley ran the numbers through last Friday’s games, and discovered the trend has continued after the Sochi Games, as goal differential dropped by 0.077 per Olympian. From the Times and Jeff Klein: The goal differential of teams that sent seven or more players to the Olympics (Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Anaheim, Montreal, the Rangers, Pittsburgh and Vancouver) collectively dropped by an average of 0.33 goals a game. Of those teams, only the Canucks failed to make the playoffs, but they were in position for a postseason berth when the Olympic break began. The goal differential of teams that sent three or fewer players to the Olympics (Calgary, Dallas, Edmonton, Toronto, Florida, Nashville and Ottawa) improved by 0.09 goals a game. Only one of those teams — Dallas — is headed to the playoffs. The largest drops among teams sending seven or more players to Sochi were by St. Louis (minus 1.11 goals a game), Pittsburgh (minus 1.01), Anaheim (minus 0.52), Chicago (minus 0.50) and Vancouver (minus 0.47). St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Chicago all lost significant players to injury after Sochi, which obviously would have affected their offense and defense. Longley said that despite injuries to several Olympians – David Backes, Evgeni Malkin, Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane among them – it was “impossible to determine whether the injuries could be attributed to Olympic-related physical or emotional fatigue.” It’s naïve to think that the players involved in the Olympics and its trappings – travel, pressure-filled games, an interruption in training and routine – aren’t adversely affected by it. Hence, it would be interesting to see Longley and his ilk focus the study on individual players, in comparison to what they do this time of year in a non-Olympic year. Are Phil Kessel’s five goals in 21 games in March and April the “Olympic Effect” if he scored 16 in 26 games last home stretch and five goals in 18 games the previous home stretch? Or do we dismiss it because he scored six goals in 21 games in 2011-12?

NHL Playoff Preview: Can the Blackhawks avoid the Stanley Cup hangover? (NBC on Yahoo Sports)
(Wed, 16 Apr 2014 06:44:59 PDT)
The Chicago Blackhawks are the hunted in these Stanley Cup playoffs, which is really no different from their position throughout the regular season. That’s what happens when you win the silver chalice, hockey’s Holy Grail, the previous season. Not only did they win it all, they enjoyed a record-breaking regular season, too. But that was last year. Now, the question becomes: Can the Blackhawks avoid the Stanley Cup hangover as they look to defend their championship? It should help Chicago’s cause that Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane are expected to be ready for when the post-season begins , as the Blackhawks open up against the St. Louis Blues in the first round. This best-of-seven series begins Thursday in St. Louis. ‘‘They’re going to play the way they play, and we’ll play the way we play,’’ said forward Ben Smith , as per the Chicago Sun-Times . ‘‘In a best-of-seven series, we’ll see who comes out on top.’’ True enough. But while discussing the Blackhawks and that whole element of the championship hangover, it’s worth pointing out Chicago’s struggles following their last Stanley Cup victory, which came back in 2010. That was also the year of the Vancouver Olympics, which surely put added burden on the likes of Toews and Kane, as well as Brent Seabrook and Duncan Keith . The next year, the Blackhawks barely made it into the playoffs as the eighth seed in the Western Conference and were eventually beaten in the opening series in seven games by the Vancouver Canucks. This season looked to be on a similar path to the 2013 lockout-shortened campaign. The Blackhawks were on top of the Central Division with 84 points and a 35-11-14 record heading into the Sochi Olympic break. But since then, they’ve been hardly above average or of championship caliber. Their record since the NHL schedule resumed: 11-10-1. Some of that had to do with injuries to key players. And now, they have a date with the Blues, losers of six straight but a team that challenged for the Presidents’ Trophy as the league’s best regular season team right up until the final days of the schedule. “That’s what everybody wants to talk about, but we’re not going to think that we have an easier team to play against,” Toews told ESPN Chicago . “That’s definitely not going to be the case. They’re a team that loves to play physical against us, and we’ve got to expect that. There’s no reason why we can’t return that as well. We’ll be ready to bring that type of effort. - Cam Tucker, NBC Sports

Gaborik adds scoring to LA Kings' playoff plans (The Associated Press)
(Wed, 16 Apr 2014 00:17:02 PDT)
Marian Gaborik's new teammates with the Los Angeles Kings initially wondered whether such a talented goal-scorer could fit into a defense-dominated team when he arrived in a trade last month. Nobody is wondering anymore after Gaborik helped the Kings reach the postseason on a roll. ''It took me a little bit, but I think I adjusted pretty good,'' Gaborik said Tuesday while the Kings prepared for their first-round opener against San Jose. Gaborik scored 16 points in 19 games as the Kings' top-line left wing down the stretch, adapting his game to coach Darryl Sutter's preferences while still providing his own unique offensive talents to the NHL's best defensive team.

Pressing Question: Can the Blackhawks avoid the Stanley Cup hangover? (NBC Sports)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 20:17:07 PDT)
They've struggled after the Olympics.

After NHL draft lottery, Caps still at No. 13 (Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 18:39:01 PDT)
So much for the Capitals defying the draft lottery odds.

Panthers win NHL draft lottery (The SportsXchange)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 17:58:00 PDT)
The Florida Panthers, who finished with the second-worst record in the NHL this season, won the league's draft lottery Tuesday.

Florida Panthers win 2014 NHL Draft lottery, leaping over Buffalo (Puck Daddy)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 17:33:53 PDT)
The Buffalo Sabres had a 25 percent chance of taking the top spot in the 2014 NHL Draft Lottery, which would have been a nice consolation prize after a terrible, imploding season. Alas, they got more sand kicked in their face – Floridian sand. The Florida Panthers, with an 18.8 percent chance of getting the top pick, won the NHL Draft Lottery on Tuesday night. Last season the Panthers had the best odds and fell to No. 2 overall, taking forward Aleksander Barkov. “We’re looking to continue to build on our core talent of the players,” said Travis Viola, VP of hockey operations. “We’re anxious to put a winner in Florida, but if we take our time and make a really good plan with Mr. Dale Tallon and Mr. Bill Torey … a little slower pace than rushing right away.” It’s the second time the Panthers will have the first overall pick, the last time coming in 1994 when Florida took defenseman Ed Jovanovski at No. 1. Will it be another defenseman at No. 1 for Florida? Defenseman Aaron Ekblad of the Barrie Colts is one of three players expected to go at the top of the draft, along with Sam Reinhart and Sam Bennett. The rest of the lottery field: 2. Buffalo Sabres 3. Edmonton Oilers 4. Calgary Flames 5. New York Islanders 6. Vancouver Canucks 7. Carolina Hurricanes 8. Toronto Maple Leafs 9. Winnipeg Jets 10. Anaheim Ducks (from Ottawa Senators) 11. Nashville Predators 12. Phoenix Coyotes 13. Washington Capitals.

Puck Daddy’s NHL Draft Lottery 2014: Edmonton, again? (Puck Daddy)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 16:22:53 PDT)
It’s the 2014 NHL Draft Lottery, going at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on Tuesday night, and we’re live-chattin’ it! Here are the odds for the lottery tonight: Buffalo Sabres - 25.0% Toronto Maple Leafs - 3.6% Florida Panthers - 18.8% Winnipeg Jets - 2.7% Edmonton Oilers - 14.2% Anaheim Ducks (from Ottawa) - 2.1% Calgary Flames - 10.7% New Jersey Devils - 1.5% New York Islanders - 8.1% Nashville Predators - 1.1% Vancouver Canucks - 6.2% Phoenix Coyotes - 0.8% Carolina Hurricanes - 4.7% Washington Capitals - 0.5% Please join us for a live chat starting at 8 p.m. ET. You bring the funny, we bring the hamburger women. That’s how it works!

So you're telling me there's a chance? Caps lottery odds slim (Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 15:47:45 PDT)
Do you believe in miracles?

Calgary’s AHL affiliate parts ways with Abbotsford (NBC Sports)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 12:13:13 PDT)
The city has terminated the contract.

Pressing question: How will Habs handle carrying Canada’s Cup hopes? (NBC Sports)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 09:30:19 PDT)
A nation's hopes hang in the balance.

NHL 14 predicts Boston Bruins as Stanley Cup champs, which means it won't happen (Puck Daddy)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 09:19:43 PDT)
As the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs approach, it's that time of year where everyone is in the prediction business. You'll hear crowing from those who made stellar choices over the next two months and utter silence when what they expected to happen doesn't even come close to reality;  like if some idiot  thought the Boston Bruins were going to get swept in 2010. Speaking of the Bruins, EA Sports has used NHL 14 to simulate the playoffs for another year and the team from Boston comes up as Stanley Cup champions in the end. According to EA, "The simulation is conducted by using artificial intelligence within NHL 14 that uses real-life data from each player to predict a realistic outcome of each game." Given the game's most recent pre-playoff predictions, you should bet your hard earned money that it won't happen. Here's who the NHL series has thought would lift the Cup over the last six years and when their season ended: 2008 : San Jose Sharks (2nd round) 2009 : Boston Bruins (2nd round) 2010 : Pittsburgh Penguins (2nd round) 2011 : Vancouver Canucks (Stanley Cup Final) 2012 : New York Rangers (Conference Final) 2013 : St. Louis Blues (1st round) NHL 14 predicts what will likely be a common Stanley Cup Final choice (/raises hand) with the Bruins facing off against the San Jose Sharks and winning in six games. Tuukka Rask takes home Conn Smythe honors. So, congrats to the other 15 NHL teams. Your Stanley Cup odds have just improved. - - - - - - - Sean Leahy is the associate editor for Puck Daddy on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Sean_Leahy

Hockey Hugs: Marty St. Louis is scared; Blue Jackets float through life (Puck Daddy)
(Tue, 15 Apr 2014 06:34:37 PDT)
Hockey Hugs is a feature that celebrates the best in hugging from around the sport of hockey, because who doesn't love a good hug now and then? Have you seen a particularly good hug photo lately? Send it to  puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com  or Tweet it to  @HarrisonMooney . The NHL's regular season is over, which means, 14 teams and their fans could probably do with a good hug. Fortunately, this feature has several. A handful of times every night, you see, the two teams pause the game so one team can hug. It builds momentum. (After a hug, the bench is 10 feet tall.) It relieves pressure.   "We all know the pressure's there, we just have to deal with it and move on," Randy Carlyle said as his team felt the rigours of trying to hold onto a playoff spot. "Our job is to provide a template for players to feel comfortable. Some days it's a little more harsh, sometimes it's a pat on the back, a hug, whatever you deem appropriate." Here at Puck Daddy, we always deem hugs appropriate. Which is why we're counting down our favourite six of the past month in the NHL. Honorable mention to Paul Bissonnette and the Phoenix Coyotes. They say he's a tough guy, but he's actually a very sensitive soul, and this mischaracterization hurts his feelings. Here he is, telling Chris Summers all about it. No. 6. New York Rangers A concerned Martin St. Louis nestles into Rick Nash, who is big enough to protect him.

Burke: Tortorella should 'keep his mouth shut' (The Associated Press)
(Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:27:15 PDT)
Calgary Flames interim general manager Brian Burke defended his coach Bob Hartley on Monday and said Vancouver Canucks coach John Tortorella ''oughta keep his mouth shut.'' Burke, also Calgary's president of hockey operations, responded to Tortorella's postgame comments after Sunday's game in Vancouver, where the Canucks won the regular-season finale 5-1. Tortorella had objected when Canucks forward Daniel Sedin was hit from behind and driven into the boards by Flames forward Paul Byron late in the second period.

Brian Burke thinks John Tortorella should shut his mouth (Puck Daddy)
(Mon, 14 Apr 2014 15:01:28 PDT)
John Tortorella dislikes Bob Hartley. Maybe “dislikes” doesn’t properly convey the emotion between the Vancouver Canucks coach and his Calgary Flames counterpart, who antagonizes Tortorella on a Avery-vs.-Brodeur level. They have history with each other dating back to the 1990s, and that anger boiled over this season when Tortorella was suspended for 15 days after being physically restrained from attacking Hartley on Jan. 18 after the Flames coach’s personnel decisions sparked a line brawl. “I was going to get him. I’m not going to lie to you,” said Tortorella on Monday, recalling the incident. The feud grew on Sunday when the Flames’ Paul Byron put Daniel Sedin on a stretcher with a hit, and Tortorella felt the Flames coach's "embarassing" behavior that followed was over the line in a meaningless game. “I probably shouldn’t say anything, but he pisses me off. I just don’t like the disrespect. It aggravates me,” said Tortorella on Hartley. “I just don’t like the way he does business. I don’t like’em. I need to protect my players. A lot of people don’t understand that. “It aggravates the [crap] outta me. It’s bush league,” he said, before cutting off his postgame press conference in frustration. Hartley hasn’t engaged in much verbal sparring with Tortorella during this feud. Then again, why does he need to when he has smack talkin’ Brian Burke as a boss. Burke, in his postseason press conference, addressed the Tortorella comments as one expected he would. Burke felt Tortorella’s anger was focused on the notion that Hartley was arguing for penalties on the Canucks for attacking Byron after the hit, and doing so when Sedin was still being treated. Via writer Chris Nichols, who transcribed the Burke comments: "So what Bob Hartley did last night was exactly what John Tortorella would have done had it been one of our players lying on the ice and he felt there was an inequity in the penalty call. So for him to afterward say it was disgusting and all that - John Tortorella, who's a friend of mine - should start worrying about John Tortorella and the Vancouver Canucks and stop worry about us. Our coach acted completely appropriately last night and Torts ought to keep his mouth shut." Burke also said later, on Tortorella’s personal attack on Hartley: "I really don't care. Like, days and weeks go by where I don't care what John Tortorella thinks about our team. I can promise you, it's been since January 18 where I've worried about it and I'm not going to worry about it tomorrow. I don't know why he seems so worried about our team. He should be worried about his team. And John Tortorella was on my staff for the Olympics in 2010. He's a good guy. I don't know what's going on in his head, but you know what? Shut your mouth and worry about your team. Leave my coach alone." Read the full Burke comments here. To your corners, gentlemen, for the offseason; then please, come out fighting next fall. Assuming Tortorella is still coaching somewhere in the NHL, as Burke said Hartley’s back next season.

Burke says Hartley will be back, thinks Torts should ‘keep his mouth shut’ (NBC Sports)
(Mon, 14 Apr 2014 14:20:57 PDT)
"John Tortorella should start worrying about John Tortorella and the Vancouver Canucks..."

Sabres, Panthers have best odds for 2014 NHL draft lottery (NBC Sports)
(Mon, 14 Apr 2014 13:36:56 PDT)
And the order will be decided tomorrow, on NBCSN.

Torts calls Canucks ‘stale,’ says it’s not 2011 anymore (NBC Sports)
(Mon, 14 Apr 2014 11:30:45 PDT)
"It needs youth. It needs a change."

Lindback, Gibson, Johansen named 'Three Stars' (The SportsXchange)
(Mon, 14 Apr 2014 10:12:11 PDT)
Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Anders Lindback, Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson and Columbus Blue Jackets center Ryan Johansen were named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week. Lindback went 3-0-0 with a 0.67 goals-against average, .975 save percentage and one shutout. He stopped all 25 shots he faced in relief of Ben Bishop in a 3-0 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs last Tuesday.

Flames say line brawl vs. Canucks turned season around, was ‘good for hockey’ (NBC Sports)
(Mon, 14 Apr 2014 10:06:54 PDT)
This should...generate some comments.

Daniel Sedin injured in Canucks' win over Flames (The Associated Press)
(Mon, 14 Apr 2014 00:47:12 PDT)
A miserable season for the Vancouver Canucks ended with a scary incident. Daniel Sedin scored twice before leaving the game on a stretcher after taking a hit from behind as the Canucks wrapped up a disastrous 2013-14 campaign with a 5-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Sunday night. The result of a game that meant very little was overshadowed by the nasty incident late in the second period when Sedin was checked in the numbers by Calgary's Paul Byron and stayed flat on his back. The Canucks confirmed that Sedin, who was moving his fingers immediately after the hit, was taken to a hospital as a precaution and later released.

Sweden's Daniel Sedin in hospital after hit
(Sun, 13 Apr 2014 23:42:45 PDT)
Swedish superstar Daniel Sedin was in a Vancouver hospital Sunday night after being hit by Calgary's Paul Byron in the second period of the Canucks 5-1 victory at Rogers Arena. Sedin scored two goals in the first period but was taken off the ice on a stretcher late in the second after the hit by Byron, who was thrown out of the game by the officials. Sedin was hurt when he was hit awkwardly into the boards in the Canucks' final game of the 2013-14 National Hockey League season. The Canucks said that Sedin was in stable condition.

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