Metropolitan Division

Agostino Returns Home as NHLer

NEWARK, N.J. – New Jersey native Kenny Agostino skates to Calgary’s bench after the National Anthem. He grabs his water bottle, takes a sip, sprinkles some water on his back and takes a few more drinks before p...

Depleted Devils Fall Short Against Flames

NEWARK, N.J. – It was another injury-depleted night for the Devils. Once again the Devils dressed 11 defensemen and had Eric Gelinas play left wing. Once again the Devils were without Patrick Elias, Adam Hen...

Power Play Connects Twice, Rangers Down ‘Canes

April 9, 2014 After clinching a playoff berth on Monday night while idle—due to a New Jersey Devils loss—the New York Rangers were back in action Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden facing the Carolina Hurr...

Depleted Devils Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

NEWARK, N.J. – With 4: 54 minutes left in the game, New Jersey had nine players on the bench and eight forwards in the game. “I think there was a lot of breathing on the bench. A lot of heavy breathing. And ...

Washington stomped by surging Bruins

The Washington Capitals needed to prove their playoff worthiness Saturday afternoon when they met the white-hot Boston Bruins in front of a home crowd hungry for the postseason. Despite the obvious motivation, ...

Lundqvist, Fourth Line Lift Rangers Over Flyers

March 27, 2014 Wednesday night’s game between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers was hyped up to be an intense and gritty matchup between division rival vying for the No. 2 seed in the Metropolitan...

Retro Rangers: Jiggs and Da Boom

Jiggs McDonald is probably best known for his many years behind the mic calling New York Islander games. But before that he was the play-by-play voice of the L.A. Kings and Atlanta Flames. And it was while he w...

Poor Effort Sends Devils To Third Straight Loss

NEWARK, N.J. Just 59 seconds. That’s how much time it took for the Bruins to accrue a 3-1 lead in the second period. Patrik Elias started the frame with a 5-on-3 power play goal to tie the game at 1-1. ...

Caps ‘wish’ they had solutions after loss to Pens

“I wish I (knew).” That was Adam Oates’ response to a question regarding the Caps tendency to allow goals quickly after scoring their own. Apparently, he’s just as confounded by the problem as everyone else....