Les nouvelles

  • Daily playoff update:
    • NHL
      • Buffalo/Boston: Boston looking to end the series, ended up losing the Sabres on a 4-1 score, but the Bruins still lead the series 3-2.
      • Washington/Montreal: the Caps looked to clean up round 1, but instead found themselves on the losing end of a 2-1 lost, and now the series is 3-2 for Washington.
      • Detroit/Phoenix: After a 4-1 win over Phoenix, Detroit now leads the series 3-2 and looks to eliminate the Coyotes in the next game.
      • Vancouver/LA: Taking charge, Vancouver blew the Kings out of the waters with a 7-2 win and now lead the series 3-2.
    • AHL
      • Chicago/Milwaukee: On the brink of elimination, Milwaukee drew all their strength together towin 5-4 and ties the series up at 3-3 for a game 7.
      • Texas/Rockford: Texas Stars took to the ice with the Ice Dogs and ended up sweeping them up in a 4-2 win.  For now, they await the winner of the Milwaukee/Chicago series.
      • Hamilton/Manitoba: Manitoba avoid elimination with a 5-2 win over Hamilton and is makes the series 3-2 for Hamilton.
      • Rochester/Abbostford: Abbey keeps their playoff dreams alive as they defeated the Americans 1-3, but Rochester still leads the series 3-2.
    • OHL
      • Windsor/Mississauga: Windsor kept their O final dreams alive with a convincing 6-4 win over the Rangers and now Windsor has tied the series 3-3.
    • QMJHL
      • Saint John/Victoriaville: Saint John got one step closer to making it to the Q finals with a 6-1 win over the Tigers.  The Sea Dogs now lead the series 3-1.
      • Moncton/Drummondville: Moncton looked to finish the Voltigeurs and go on to the Q finals.  And that they did with a 4-2 win over Drummondville.  After 5 games, Moncton won 4 of them and now await the winner of the Saint John/Victoriaville series.
    • WHL
      • Brandon/Calgary: Calgary sealed the deal with a 6-1 win over the Wheat Kings and now await the winner of the Vancouver/Tri-City series for the W finals!
      • Vancouver/Tri-City: Vancouver dropped a 4-1 game to the Americans and now trail behind in the series, 3-2 games.
  • NHL Awards update!  The finalist for the Norris Trophy for best defenceman has come out!  For the first time since 1994, all finalists are Canadian!  And it isn't a shock to see their names are Drew Doughty, Duncan Keith, and Mike Green.
  • Toronto Maple Leafs have signed with FA goalie Jussi Rynnas on a 2-year entry-level contract. Leafs release
  • Edmonton Oilers clean up: head medical trainer, Ken Lowe, is stepping down from his position after 21 years with the club.  Training staff members Barrie Stafford and Lyle Kulchinsky are leaving their positions as well.  The Oilers thank you

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