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Keith scores late goal, Blackhawks beat Blues 4-3

Keith scores late goal, Blackhawks beat Blues 4-3

ST. LOUIS — Duncan Keith scored a power-play goal with 8.5 seconds left and the Chicago Blackhawks beat St. Louis 4-3 on Wednesday night to hurt the Blues' playoff hopes.
Duncan Keith lifts Blackhawks past Blues, 4-3

Duncan Keith lifts Blackhawks past Blues, 4-3

ST. LOUIS — Duncan Keith and the Chicago Blackhawks did their part to spoil the St. Louis' playoff chances. The star defenceman scored a power-play goal with 8.5 seconds left and the Blackhawks beat St. Louis 4-3 on Wednesday night.
Sabres clinch 31st following 4-2 loss to Senators

Sabres clinch 31st following 4-2 loss to Senators

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Three years after bottoming out, the Buffalo Sabres found a way to achieve a new low.

Minnesota Wild forward Luke Kunin undergoes ACL surgery

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota Wild rookie forward Luke Kunin has undergone surgery to repair a torn ACL is in left knee. The Wild said Wednesday the surgery was successful and was performed by Dr. Michael Stuart at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
Hart to tell: Crowded NHL MVP race has a dozen candidates

Hart to tell: Crowded NHL MVP race has a dozen candidates

Taylor Hall had just scored two more goals in another big New Jersey Devils victory when his general manager asked him a simple question. "I said, 'Taylor, what'd you get tonight?'" Ray Shero recalled. "He goes, 'We got two points is what we got.
Scherbak latest in rash of concussions on injury-riddled Canadiens

Scherbak latest in rash of concussions on injury-riddled Canadiens

BROSSARD, Que. — The announcement Wednesday that forward prospect Nikita Scherbak will miss the last two games of the season with a concussion was just the latest bad news for the Montreal Canadiens.
Stanley Cup saying goodbye to names like Richard, Hull, Howe

Stanley Cup saying goodbye to names like Richard, Hull, Howe

BOSTON — So long, Gordon Howe. Bye-bye, Robert Hull. Au revoir, M. Richard.
Soaking It Up: Patrick Marleau has come as advertised for young Maple Leafs

Soaking It Up: Patrick Marleau has come as advertised for young Maple Leafs

TORONTO — When the Toronto Maple Leafs get to their locker room for the second intermission, either at home or on the road, one thing is certain. Patrick Marleau is heading to the cold tub.
Avs on the cusp of playoffs a year after last-place finish

Avs on the cusp of playoffs a year after last-place finish

DENVER — The captain of the Colorado Avalanche has a pingpong paddle sitting in his locker that features a picture of him taped to one side. Merely a ploy, explained Gabriel Landeskog, the self-proclaimed table tennis champion of the dressing room.

Karlsson not expected to rejoin Senators for final 2 games

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson won't play Wednesday night against the Buffalo Sabres, and coach Guy Boucher says he's not expecting the defenceman to join the team for its final two games.