Game 3: Coaches’ press conferences; notes

Penguins captain Sidney Crosby takes a first-star bow after his team’s 3-2 victory in Game 3 last night.
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Post-game interview with:
DETROIT RED WINGS COACH MIKE BABC

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Game 3: Pre-game notes

Setting the stage for tonight's Game 3 with a notes package furnished by the NHL:

Game 3 pre-game

Game 2: Coaches’ press conferences; notes

Unhappy camper: Therrien after Game 2.
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Post-Game Interview With:
PITTSBURGH PENGUINS COACH MICHEL THERRIEN


NHL's FRANK BROWN: Questions for Coach.

Boone arriving at the arena late

A family situation will keep Inside/Out blogging colleague Mike Boone from being at his laptop and TV for the start of Game 2 in the Stanley Cup Final

Lafleur: Re-sign Kovalev, not Koivu

Canadiens captain Saku Koivu and star forward Alex Kovalev are both headed into the final year of their contracts, both unrestricted free agents on July 1, 2009.

In his

Remembering the NHL’s longest game, Part I

Mud Bruneteau
Scored the longest game's only goal

Detroit Red Wings goalie Chris Osgood was impressive in his 4-0 blanking of the Pittsburgh Penguins in Saturday's Game 1

Remembering the NHL’s longest game, Part II

The puck used by Detroit's Modère (Mud) Bruneteau on March 25, 1936, to beat Montreal Maroons goalie Lorne Chabot, thus ending the longest game in NHL history. The

Tough break for replica Memorial Cup

So the Spokane Chiefs not only won the Memorial Cup tonight with a 4-1 victory over the Kitchener Rangers, they also broke a replica of the

NHL Entry Draft less than a month away

But who's counting, right, just one game into the 2007-08 Stanley Cup Final?

The 2008 NHL Entry Draft takes place June 20-21 at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa. And for

Report: AK46 wants to stay

Based on a conversation with super agent Don Meehan, the Journal du Montreeal reports Andrei Kostitsyn would like to pursue his career with the Canadiens.

Kostitsyn, the team's first-round