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“That was key. Obviously we probably didn’t deserve to have the game at 1-1. They came out pressing, they probably could have had three or four in the first period. Just to get that tied 1-1, take a deep breath, just regroup for the second, and obviously the power play was huge tonight.”Tampa Bay Lightning Custom Logo Face Coverings

The 16th and final team to qualify for the playoffs after winning just one of their final nine regular-season games in regulation, the Canadiens are the first club to make the semifinals of the Stanley Cup tournament this year.Pittsburgh Penguins Custom Logo Face Coverings

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“I wake up every morning and thank Chelsea for taking me away from the west of Scotland, because my children don’t understand this,” Clarke said after the 2019 incident, weeks before getting the national team job.

"We've got a lot of confidence in our group," Point said. "I thought we had a pretty good regular season where we were kind of building to this. ... Yeah, it's just a belief in our group. We've got four lines and all the D and great goaltending. So we just feel confident."Detroit Red Wings Custom Logo Face Coverings

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This comes after the Wild took down Vegas 3-0 on Wednesday night in Game 7. Now, the Golden Knights are facing plenty of adversity with their season on the line this weekend.

Among the Blues who could be available for the Seattle Kraken: Schwartz, Blais, Barbashev, defenseman Marco Scandella and Dunn. Given his status in the Blues' lineup, his RFA status and his puck-moving prowess, it's widely assumed that Dunn is done in St. Louis. But if the Blues wanted to really make things interesting and they don't believe he can ever be what he was again ... would they dare leave Tarasenko (signed through 2022-23, $7.5 million AAV) unprotected?

On Sunday, the NHL Department of Player Safety announced Krejci had been fined $5,000, the maximum financial penalty allowed under the collective bargaining agreement. Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin also received a fine of $5,000 for a similar play as Krejci's earlier this season.Vegas Golden Knights Custom Logo Face Coverings