|Zetterberg in, Howard out for Red Wings in Game 4
The Detroit Red Wings announced just before the start of Thursday's Game 4 that captain Henrik Zetterberg is back in the lineup, while goaltender Jimmy Howard is out against the Boston Bruins.
|Habs sign Carr, Crisp to contracts
Montreal, QC (SportsNetwork.com) - The Montreal Canadiens announced Thursday the signings of forward Daniel Carr to a two-year contract and forward Connor Crisp to a three-year deal.
|Lightning G Bishop to have wrist surgery
The Tampa Bay Lightning announced on Thursday that goaltender Ben Bishop will undergo surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist.
|Top Shelf: Pens' problems go beyond Fleury
Marc-Andre Fleury's recent playoff struggles have left such an indelible mark on his career it's sometimes difficult to remember the guy actually anchored a Stanley Cup winner.
|Cooke issues statement on suspension
Minnesota Wild forward Matt Cooke issued an apology less than 24 hours after the NHL slapped him with a seven-game suspension and hours before Game 4 of the Western Conference quarterfinals was set to begin.
|Mason to start Game 4 for Flyers
Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason will be the starter for Friday's Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the New York Rangers.
|Bergeron, Kopitar, Toews named Selke Trophy finalists
Forwards Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins, Anze Kopitar from the Los Angeles Kings and Jonathan Toews of the Chicago Blackhawks were named the finalists for the Frank J. Selke trophy as the league's best defensive forward on Thursday.
|Wild n' out: Cooke suspended seven games
The National Hockey League issued a seven- game suspension to Minnesota Wild forward Matt Cooke on Wednesday.
|Selanne to sit for Game 4
Anaheim Ducks forward Teemu Selanne will not be in the lineup as his club takes on the Stars for Game 4 of their Western Conference quarterfinal on Wednesday night.
|MacKinnon, Johnson, Palat named Calder finalists
Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon and Tampa Bay teammates Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat have been named the finalists for the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie.