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ICYMI: Monday, May 4

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TRENDING:

Shero named GM of Devils; Lamoriello still president
Former Pittsburgh Penguins executive Ray Shero was named general manager of the New Jersey Devils, taking over for longtime GM Lou Lamiorello, who will remain with the organization as President.

Analysis: Elite talent, skill keep Blackhawks rolling
The Chicago Blackhawks possess a plethora of talent and skill that has become obvious in the second round against the Minnesota Wild.

Perry enjoying playoff success for Ducks
Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry is having his best Stanley Cup Playoffs in years, a big reason why the Ducks lead the Calgary Flames 2-0 in their best-of-7 Western Conference Second Round series.



NEWS:

Wild, Jenys agree on entry-level contract
The Wild have signed center Pavel Jenys to a three-year entry-level contract.

Jets name Manitoba Moose as new AHL affiliate
True North Sports & Entertainment Limited today announced its American Hockey League franchise will be called the Manitoba Moose and unveiled the team's primary, secondary and wordmark logos, as well as the home and away jerseys for the 2015-16 season.

Stanley Cup Playoffs notebook
Comprehensive Stanley Cup Playoffs notebook from action on Sunday, May 3.

FEATURES:

Lightning brush off idea they have Canadiens number
The Tampa Bay Lightning may be in control of the Eastern Conference Second Round series against the Montreal Canadiens, but don't tell them that.

Invigorated Jagr powering Czech Republic at Worlds
Jaromir Jagr flourished at the end of the regular season following a trade to the Florida Panthers and has carried that into the 2015 IIHF World Championship, scoring twice in as many games for the host Czech Republic.

Lightning power play scores four goals in Game 2 win
The Tampa Bay Lightning power play scored four goals on four shot to provide the difference in their 6-2 defeat of the Montreal Canadiens in Game 2.

Noel: Wild must neutralize Blackhawks star players
Patrick Kane
Right Wing - CHI
GOALS: 5 | ASST: 5 | PTS: 10
SOG: 27 | +/-: 6
Claude Noel feels the Minnesota Wild need to figure a way to neutralize the big plays from the Chicago Blackhawks star players to have a legitimate shot at staging a comeback in the series.

Wild pay big price for key mistakes in Game 2
Everything was stacking up for the Minnesota Wild at United Center on Sunday until just past the midway point of the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1 win in Game 2 of the Western Conference Second Round.

Canadiens must show they can handle adversity
The Montreal Canadiens haven't faced much adversity this season. But after a 6-2 loss Sunday, they'll have to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning four times in five games to get back to the Eastern Conference Final.

Stamkos, Lightning power play break out in Game 2
Two big posititves from Tampa Bay's 6-2 win in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Second Round against the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday: captain Steven Stamkos ending his postseason goal drought and the Lightning power play breaking out of their slump.

BLOG COVERAGE:

Vermette's faceoff ability a boon for Blackhawks
Antoine Vermette's skill in the faceoff circle is finally starting to pay off for the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Wild hope to play better defensively in Game 3
The Minnesota Wild hope to play better defensively in Game 3 on Tuesday than they did in a 4-1 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 2.

Canada holds off Czech Republic for third straight win
Canada defeated host Czech Republic 6-3 to remain undefeated at the 2015 IIHF World Championship.

United States defeats Russia, stays perfect at Worlds
Four players scored and Jack Campbell made 15 saves as the United States defeated Russia for its third straight win at the 2015 World Championship.

Melrose: Expect Rangers-Capitals to go six or seven
Barry Melrose is expecting a long series between the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals that will be the best of the second round.

Rangers' Nash won't let goal slump bring him down
New York Rangers forward Rick Nash won't let his goal drought heading into Game 3 against the Washington Capitals bring him down

Capitals' Gleason probable for Game 3 vs. Rangers
Washington Capitals defenseman Tim Gleason is expected to be in the lineup for Game 3 against the New York Rangers on Monday

Desharnais doesn't travel with Canadiens to Tampa
Montreal Canadiens center David Desharnais, who has the flu, did not travel with the team to Tampa on Monday in preparation for Game 3 on Wednesday.

Blackhawks' Crawford OK after taking shot off mask
Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford said he's fine after taking a shot off the mask late in Game 2 of this Western Conference First Round Series.


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