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10:57 AM ET The Ottawa Senators named D.J. Smith the team’s new coach on Thursday. Smith, who is the 14th coach in the franchise’s history, has been an assistant coach with the Toronto Maple Leafs the past four seasons. He replaces Guy Boucher, who was fired on March 1 amid a six-game losing streak and
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6:35 PM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Behind the microphone for the last New York Rangers championship in 1994, John Davidson is now front and center to try to parade the Stanley Cup down Broadway again. Davidson recalled 1994 as one of the best times of his life, and after moving from broadcasting to
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7:29 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN For the first time since 1970, the St. Louis Blues are playing for the Stanley Cup. For the … well, we’ve lost count really, the San Jose Sharks are going home before the final round. Here’s what happened in the NHL last night (check out replays of every playoff game
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5:45 PM ET Associated Press KOSICE, Slovakia — Pierre-Luc Dubois scored early to back the shutout goaltending of Matt Murray, sending Canada past the United States 3-0 on Tuesday at the world hockey championship. Both teams already were assured quarterfinal berths and were competing for seeding. Canada won Group A and will next play Switzerland.
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5:15 PM ET Associated Press BOSTON — Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara returned to practice and worked out with the full squad Monday, his first such workout since sitting out Boston’s Eastern Conference-clinching victory over Carolina with an undisclosed injury. Chara had skated prior to practices over the weekend but didn’t participate in any full sessions.
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6:00 PM ET ESPN News Services KOSICE, Slovakia — The Brits and Italians will be back … barely. Ben Davis scored 2:03 into overtime for Great Britain to complete an unlikely comeback and edge France 4-3 to avoid relegation at the expense of the French at the hockey world championships Monday. Britain’s return to the
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