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NHL Network presents: Game 5 2011 ECQF: Capitals vs. Rangers

Sunday, 07.03.2011 / 12:01 AM / NHL Network


As the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers entered Game 5 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series, the Caps had the opportunity to achieve something they were not able to do in the first five postseason series of head coach Bruce Boudreau's tenure in D.C. Since Boudreau became head coach in November 2008, Washington had never won a playoff series in less than the maximum seven games. But a higlight-reel goal and an assist from captain Alex Ovechkin coupled with 26 saves from rookie goalie Michal Neuvirth gave the Capitals a 3-1 win to wrap up the series.

Washington was the more agressive team in Game 5 and despite Rangers' goalie Henrik Lundqvist's best efforts, the Caps emerged victorious. A 3-0 Capitals lead late in the third period proved to be too much for the Blueshirts as Washington avenged its 2010 Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series loss to the Montreal Canadiens in which they surrendered a 3-1 series lead.

NHL Network presents: Game 4 2011 ECQF: Rangers vs. Capitals

Friday, 07.01.2011 / 12:01 AM / NHL Network


With the first three games of the Eastern Conference Quaterfinal series between the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers being very close contests, it was no surprise that Game 4 would once again be settled with just one goal. However, the Blueshirt faithful at Madison Square Garden were more shocked than surprised by the fact that their team surrendered a 3-0 first-period lead and eventually fell 4-3 in double overtime.

Artem Anisimov got the scoring going for New York with a wrist shot early in the first period that found its way past Caps' goalie Michal Neuvirth and into the back of the net. Marian Gaborik and Brandon Dubinsky added goals just seven seconds apart later in the first to give the Rangers what seemed like a comfortable 3-0 lead. But the Capitals refused to go quietly as they owned the second period and tied the game at 3-3 on a goal by Alex Semin and a pair of tallies from center Marcus Johansson. Jason Chimera sealed it on a tip-in goal past Rangers' goalie Henrik Lundqvist in double OT to give Washington a 3-1 series lead heading back to D.C.


NHL Net. continues coverage on free agency eve

Thursday, 06.30.2011 / 1:10 PM / NHL Network


There are less than 24 hours until the free agency signing period opens and NHL Network is continuing its expansive coverage and analysis of what names could be on the move and to where.

From 4-6 ET, NHL Live will give its take on the impending signing period as hosts E.J. Hradek and Bill Pidto welcome Red Wings GM Ken Holland, former New York Ranger Adam Graves and television analyst Pierre McGuire to the show.

Following NHL Live, Brian Duff and Craig Button will tackle all the latest moves as teams rush to sign their impending free agents before the deadline on NHL On The Fly at 6 ET. In addition Darren Dreger will chime in with his latest insider report.

Scheduled to appear are Nashville general manager David Poile and recently-signed St. Louis Blues forward T.J. Oshie.

NHL Network presents: Game 3 2011 ECQF: Rangers vs. Capitals

Thursday, 06.30.2011 / 12:01 AM / NHL Network


The Rangers were back home at Madison Square Garden for Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series and were desperate not to fall into a 3-0 hole at the hands of the Eastern Conference-best Washington Capitals. But for the Blueshirts to escape with a victory, they would need to depend on the resiliency that became a hallmark for them during the 2010-11 regular season.

A tally in the closing seconds of the second period would have given the Rangers a 2-1 lead, but the score was negated as a goal review determined time had expired before the puck crossed the goal line. The Rangers reclaimed that 2-1 lead midway through the third on a Vinny Prospal goal, but the Capitals' Mike Knuble tied it  at 2-2 on a slick wrist shot with just over five minutes remaining in regulation. However, Brandon Dubinsky's circus-like backhander went up and over Caps' goalie Michal Neuvirth's shoulder and into the net with less than two minutes left in the game to give New York the 3-2 win and cut Washington's series lead to 2-1.


NHL Network to broadcast July 1 FA Frenzy

NHL Live, NHL On The Fly cover deadline with special shows

Wednesday, 06.29.2011 / 3:22 PM / NHL Network


NEW YORK -- With the 2010-11 NHL season complete, it's time to focus on the upcoming campaign as Clubs begin to build their teams and solidify their rosters with the official start of the NHL's Free Agency period on Friday, July 1.

Hockey fans can watch TSN's Free Agent Frenzy show on NHL Network U.S. beginning at noon ET to follow all the signings and rumors during one of the most exciting days on the League's calendar. Hosted by James Duthie, FREE AGENT FRENZY features two panels comprised of TSN's team of hockey experts as well as correspondents filing reports on the day's activities from each Canadian NHL city.
TSN Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger are joined by Gord Miller at the ‘Free Agent Signing Desk' to bring viewers breaking news on NHL deals. Duthie is joined by TSN hockey analysts Pierre McGuire, Darren Pang and Mike Johnson on the ‘Instant Analysis Panel' while Steve Kouleas hosts a panel with former NHL GM Craig Button and ex-NHLer Michael Peca delivering opinions on all the day's developments. Duthie will also conduct live interviews with players and GMs from around the league, providing viewers with instant reaction from the deal-makers and players involved.

Upcoming free agent coverage on NHL Network

Wednesday, 06.29.2011 / 12:50 PM / NHL Network


As the free agent signing period rapidly approaches on Friday, NHL Network's wall-to-wall coverage continues Wednesday on NHL Live and NHL On the Fly.

From 4-6 ET, NHL Live will discuss which free-agent forwards are likely to wind up where. This year's forward class, headlined by Stars' forward Brad Richards, became more interesting Wednesday with the news that New York's Chris Drury will accept a buyout from the Rangers and test the market. As well, with word that Pittsburgh may have set Wednesday as a deadline for reaching a potential deal with Jaromir Jagr, there is plenty of intrigue for the NHL Live crew to discuss.

NHL Network presents: Game 2 2011 ECQF: Capitals vs. Rangers

Wednesday, 06.29.2011 / 12:01 AM / NHL Network


The Washington Capitals entered Game 2 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against the New York Rangers with a full head of steam after Alex Ovechkin and Alex Semin helped them overcome a late 1-0 deficit for a 2-1 overtime victory in Game 1. For its second home game in the series, Washington once again turned to their rookie goaltender Michal Neuvirth and the talented Czech did not disappoint.

In only his second career postseason start, Neuvirth made 22 saves to stifle the Rangers and lead the Caps to a 2-0 shutout win at the Verizon Center. A pair of Jasons -- Chimera and Arnott -- gave Washington all the offense it needed with goals less than two minutes apart at the start of the second period. The win also staked the Caps to a 2-0 series lead as they headed to New York for Games 3 and 4.


Free agent, HHOF coverage Tuesday on NHL Network

Tuesday, 06.28.2011 / 12:33 PM / NHL Network


With the start of the 2011 NHL free agent signing period at noon ET on Friday, NHL Network is continuing its extensive coverage of who the big names are and where they could wind up with NHL Live daily from 4-6 ET as well as NHL On The Fly at 6 ET.

Tuesday's NHL On The Fly will also include a discussion of the 2011 Hockey Hall of Fame inductees, who are being announced Tuesday at 3 p.m. Coverage of the HHOF Inductee Announcement can also be seen live on NHL Network.

In addition to coverage of the HHOF Inductee announcement, Tuesday's NHL On The Fly will feature in-depth analysis of impending free agents who have been locked up such as Brooks Laich and Pascal Dupuis, as well as a preview of the remaining players who will hit the free agent market this Friday.

NHL Network presents: Game 1: Caps vs. Rangers

Monday, 06.27.2011 / 5:20 PM / NHL Network


All summer long, NHL Network will be replaying the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs -- from every jaw-dropping goal to every highlight-reel save to every crushing defeat.

Each game of the postseason -- spanning the more than two-month period from the opening round to Boston's Game 7 clincher of the Stanley Cup Final -- will be shown on the Network throughout the offseason.

Fans can tune in at 8 p.m. ET nightly for a different game -- and different chance to re-live history. A complete program schedule can be found on NHLNetwork.com.

Looking to make a strong start in the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs after 2010's first round disappointment against eighth-seeded Montreal in seven games, the Eastern Conference-best Capitals turned to rookie goaltender Michal Neuvirth in Game 1 of their quarterfinal series against the New York Rangers

NHLN-U.S. to air HHOF inductee announcement

Monday, 06.27.2011 / 2:50 PM / NHL Network


After wrapping up a successful 2010-11 NHL campaign, the NHL Network team is continuing its live programming momentum with special coverage of the 2011 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee announcement on Tuesday.

NHL Network U.S. will air TSN's coverage of the 2011 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee announcement at 3:00 p.m. ET. Bill Hay, HHOF CEO and Chairman of the Board, and Jim Gregory and Pat Quinn, Co-Chairs of the HHOF Selection Committee, will make the live announcement.
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