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NHL, Yankee Stadium issue fan reminders for Stadium Series game between Islanders, Rangers

NHL.com

NEW YORK - The National Hockey League and Yankee Stadium would like to remind fans attending Wednesday's 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series game between the New York Rangers and New York Islanders about some ticket, weather and security matters.

Start time is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to avoid anticipated heavy traffic and last minute crowds at the gates, and to enjoy pregame festivities inside the stadium. All gates to Yankee Stadium will open at 5:30 p.m. ET.

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Suter hopes to join father as Olympic gold medalist

Wednesday, 01.29.2014 / 3:00 AM / 2014 Olympics

Tal Pinchevsky - NHL.com Staff Writer

Growing up in Wisconsin, there were a few basic rules that Minnesota Wild and U.S. Olympian Ryan Suter had to abide by. Among the most basic: Don't lose Dad's Olympic gold medal.

Of course, Suter couldn't help but forget the medal in his locker when he was asked to bring it to school for show-and-tell. At that age, he didn't yet understand exactly what that gold medal represented. By the time he became the third member of his family to play on the U.S. Olympic team, he finally figured it out.

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Over the Boards: Ducks deep at center

Wednesday, 01.29.2014 / 2:15 AM / Over the Boards

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

Look no farther than Nick Bonino's stat line this season if you want to analyze just how deep the Anaheim Ducks are at center.

Bonino, considered the Ducks' third- or fourth-line center, depending on the game, opponent and his linemates, would lead eight teams in scoring right now despite being 77th among centers in ice time per game (16:27).

He has 40 points, which is third on the Ducks behind fellow center Ryan Getzlaf and right wing Corey Perry. Bonino is one of five centers who routinely make coach Bruce Boudreau's job one of the easiest yet toughest in the NHL.

"When you've got that many guys that can play minutes, I mean, Bruce has a task every night," Getzlaf said.

The Ducks talk about their four-line balance as one of the main reasons for their success this season. They wouldn't have that four-line balance without at least four centers Boudreau trusts in nearly all situations.

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