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These clubs will meet twice over the next two days as both teams prepare for a playoff run. The Blues won four of the first six meetings, losing just once in regulation. In their last meeting on May 1, Minnesota earned a 4-3 overtime victory when forward Kevin Fiala scored the game winner.

Vellucci has led teams to championships in the OHL and AHL. He won the Calder Trophy with one of the lowest-budget teams in the AHL. When the Charlotte Checkers beat the Marlies, they were operating at a fraction of Toronto's budget.Vancouver Canucks Face Coverings

And while the players pointed to coach Mike Sullivan’s steady leadership and Crosby’s consistent excellence as the fulcrum around which the rest of the organization swung, there may have been another accomplice: the league’s COVID-19 protocols.

The Bruins have gotten the better of the Capitals in the regular season with a 4-1-2 record. These teams will square off in the regular season finale on Tuesday night in Washington.San Jose Sharks Face Coverings
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Expectations were definitely tempered when captain Jonathan Toews took a medical leave of absence, and the Blackhawks began the season without Kirby Dach and Alex Nylander as well. Chicago was a mirage early on -- thanks to better-than-expected goaltending, while veterans and younger players performed at a high level -- but tapered off to finish the season. The Blackhawks have some great players to build around, but Bowman was right: Chicago just doesn't have enough to compete with the top teams right now.St. Louis Blues Face Coverings

With all due respect to Vanecek, this one's not close. Rask is one of the top goalies in the NHL with a proven track record of NHL success. I'm not even sure Vanecek will stay Washington's No. 1 for the entire series.Montreal Canadiens Face Coverings


The Hail Mary fell incomplete. Darryl Sutter was hired after Geoff Ward led the Flames to an 11-11-2 record in his first (and last!) season as Calgary head coach. The plan was for Sutter to work the magic he had as a two-time Stanley Cup winner with the Los Angeles Kings, giving the Flames defensive structure and systematic stability. He ended up going 11-14-0 in his first 25 games, and the Flames missed the postseason.


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