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Goaltender Price to start for Canadiens

Saturday, 03.15.2014 / 11:43 AM / News

Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com

MONTREAL -- The Montreal Canadiens will have goaltender Carey Price back in net for the first time since the return from the Olympic break when they host the Ottawa Senators at Bell Centre on Saturday.

Price has missed eight games with a lower-body injury he aggravated while playing for Canada at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. The last time Price played was the gold-medal game in Sochi when he made 24 saves in a 3-0 win against Sweden, extending his Olympic shutout streak to 164:19.

"Price is playing, it's excellent news," Canadiens coach Michel Therrien said. "He had a good day [Friday] and he felt good [Saturday] morning."

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Kings hope Gaborik can provide offensive spark

Saturday, 03.15.2014 / 3:00 AM / NHL Insider

Curtis Zupke - NHL.com Correspondent

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- When Marian Gaborik got his first full day off in Los Angeles on Tuesday, he poked around what has become a playground for hockey players here. He took in sunny Manhattan Beach, where many of his Los Angeles Kings teammates live.

"It's beautiful around here," Gaborik said. "It's nice to get some vitamin D and just get ready for the game. I think it's pretty easy to get comfortable here."

Gaborik, though, won't have many more days off and the Kings have a small window to get their offense going with their new forward in order to improve their position for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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Daily Primer March 15: Weekend in Pennsylvania

Saturday, 03.15.2014 / 2:36 AM / NHL Insider

NHL.com

The Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins will see a lot of each other this weekend.

The Pennsylvania rivals begin a home-and-home series Saturday afternoon when they face off at Wells Fargo Center (1 p.m., NHLN-US, ROOT, CSN-PH). After that game is over, they'll head to the other end of the state for a rematch on Sunday (12:30 p.m., NBC, TSN2).

In terms of the standings, the games likely mean more to the Flyers than the Penguins. Philadelphia is fighting to hang on to a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs; the Penguins are cruising to the Metropolitan Division title.

Here's a look at all the action on a busy Saturday:

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Tapped In: Ryan on Ottawa and Olympic break fun

Saturday, 03.15.2014 / 12:47 AM / Tapped In

Kathryn Tappen - NHL.com Contributor

Drafted No. 2 by the Anaheim Ducks in the 2005 NHL Draft, Bobby Ryan played five seasons for the Anaheim Ducks before being traded this past summer to the Ottawa Senators. Ryan, 26, has endeared himself to his new teammates this season, totaling 22 goals and 45 points while playing solid defensively with a plus-9 rating. The New Jersey native talks about how he learned to play the game, his involvement in helping the victims of Hurricane Sandy and why proposing at the top of the Eiffel Tower was a necessity.

Kathryn Tappen: I heard you were quite busy during the Olympic break. Congratulations on your proposal to longtime girlfriend Danielle Rhodes.

Bobby Ryan: We did; we got engaged in Paris. It was pretty cool, so thank you.

KT: You do realize you’ve set the bar incredibly high for men everywhere by proposing atop the Eiffel Tower?

BR: I waited so long to propose I had to go all in, so that was my only choice.

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