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5/29/2015

Antoine Roussel, LW, DAL

Antoine Roussel

Roussel Leads World Championships In Penalties

News: Antoine Roussel lead the World Championships in penalty minutes with 34 -- as well as one game misconduct -- through seven games.
Analysis: Antoine Roussel, unsurprisingly, lead the tournament in penalty minutes despite Team France only playing seven of a possible 10 games. Roussel's tournament wasn't great, though a big part of that was Team France being outmatched. He finished with two assists and three shots on goal through seven games.

5/29/2015

John Klingberg, D, DAL

John Klingberg

Klingberg Impresses At World Championships

News: John Klingberg had a plus-9 rating at the World Championships for Team Sweden, the best plus/minus of any player who doesn't play for Team Canada.
Analysis: John Klingberg finished the tournament with two goals and four assists, along with 15 shots. Klingberg had a solid tournament, but didn't manage to bring home a medal with Team Canada outmatching everyone.

5/29/2015

Brent Burns, LW, SJ

Brent Burns

Sharks' Burns Named Best Defenseman At Worlds

News: Brent Burns was named the 2015 World Championships' best defenseman, taking home that honor in addition to a gold medal.
Analysis: Brent Burns finished tied for seventh in overall points and second among defensemen in the tournament, with two goals and nine assists. Only Oliver Ekman-Larsson had more assists in the tournament. He also finished with a plus-10 rating.

5/29/2015

Tyler Seguin, C, DAL

Tyler Seguin

Seguin Leads Team Canada In Goals At Worlds

News: Tyler Seguin posted nine goals at the 2015 World Championships, leading the entire tournament.
Analysis: Tyler Seguin brought home gold on a team loaded with superstars, outmatched other teams by a huge margin. Nonetheless, Seguin was the superstar we know him to be, leading the tournament in goals, power play goals with five, and was second overall in shots at 36. The only blemish in his stats were that he failed to add even a single assist to his nine goals.

5/29/2015

Jason Spezza, C, DAL

Jason Spezza

Spezza Solid In Worlds

News: Jason Spezza lead all players in points at the World Championship in the Czech Republic, posting six goals and eight assists in 10 games.
Analysis: Jason Spezza took home a gold medal and no small amount of pride after being a clear leader for Team Canada. His production was incredible and it offers hope for his production next season, with the caveat that Canada was head and shoulders about most of their competition in the tournament.

5/29/2015

Philippe Desrosiers, G, DAL

Philippe Desrosiers

Desrosiers Exits Memorial Cup

News: Philippe Desrosiers and Rimouski Oceanic exited the Memorial Cup on Thursday, losing 5-2 to Quebec.
Analysis: Philippe Desrosiers had a solid season, posting a .901 save percentage for Rimouski, a solid number in the QMJHL. The 19-year-old goaltender will be 20 at the start of the season and will be back at Stars camp. Despite goaltending issues in Dallas, the 2013 second round pick is unlikely to see NHL time next season.

5/29/2015

Ryan McDonagh, D, NYR

Ryan McDonagh

Rangers' McDonagh Played Through Broken Foot

News: Coach Alain Vigneault acknowledged after the Rangers' Game 7 loss to the Lightning that Ryan McDonagh played the final couple games of the series with a broken right foot.
Analysis: It likely would have taken nothing less than a broken foot for the Rangers captain not to be on the ice in the Eastern Conference Finals, but he clearly wasn't himself in the last three games. After tallying a goal and assist in Game 4, Ryan McDonagh failed to get on the score sheet and mustered only one shot on goal in Games 5 through 7. Additionally, he skated fewer than 22 minutes in each of the last three contests, well below his postseason average of 23:51 TOI.

5/29/2015

Cedric Paquette, C, TB

Cedric Paquette

Bolts' Paquette To Play Friday

News: Cedric Paquette will return to Tampa Bay's lineup for Friday's Game 7 against the Rangers, Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune reports.
Analysis: Cedric Paquette missed Game 6 of the series with a hand injury, but is now healthy enough to return to the Bolts' lineup for Game 7 against the Rangers. He'll replace Vladislav Namestnikov, and will center J.T. Brown and Ryan Callahan on Tampa Bay's third line.

5/29/2015

Ben Bishop, G, TB

Ben Bishop

Bolts' Bishop Will Start Friday

News: Ben Bishop will be in the crease for Friday's Game 7 against the Rangers.
Analysis: Ben Bishop will look to bounce back from a poor performance in Tuesday's Game 6 in which he allowed five goals on 26 shots before being pulled in the third period. Bishop has been inconsistent throughout the Eastern Conference finals, but was able to post a shutout performance en route to a victory in Game 5. He'll hope to return to that sort of form in Game 7 of the series.

5/29/2015

Henrik Lundqvist, G, NYR

Henrik Lundqvist

Rangers' Lundqvist Will Start Friday

News: Henrik Lundqvist will be in net for Friday's Game 7 against the Lightning.
Analysis: With the exception of Games 2 and 3, in which he surrendered a total of 12 goals, Henrik Lundqvist has been solid against Tampa Bay throughout the Eastern Conference finals. If his teammates are able to carry the offensive momentum they gained after tallying five goals in Game 6 into Game 7, another solid outing from Lundqvist could be enough to propel the Rangers to the Stanley Cup finals.

5/29/2015

Justin Falk, D, CLB

Justin Falk

Jackets' Falk Signs One-Year, Two-Way Deal

News: Justin Falk signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Blue Jackets on Friday, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: The 26-year-old appeared in 18 games for the Blue Jackets and Wild in 2014-15, tallying one goal, one assist and 14 penalty minutes. Justin Falk, who was acquired from Minnesota in early March, will likely split time between the NHL and AHL again next season. "Justin is a good, young defenseman who was a solid addition to our hockey club late last season and we are pleased that he will continue to be a part of our group on the blue line next season," Columbus GM Jarmo Kekalainen said.

5/28/2015

Cody Goloubef, D, CLB

Cody Goloubef

Jackets' Ink Goloubef To Two-Year Extension

News: Cody Goloubef signed a two-year, one-way contract extension with the Blue Jackets on Thursday, Aaron Portzline of The Columbus Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Cody Goloubef's role with the Blue Jackets in 2014 expanded largely beyond his two previous seasons. The blueliner dressed for 36 of the team's games, posting 23 shots on goal, nine points (all assists) and a plus-12 rating. Following the strong season, he'll likely enter 2015-16 on firmer footing, and could solidify a roster spot with the club in training camp.

5/28/2015

Mats Zuccarello, RW, NYR

Mats Zuccarello

Rangers' Zuccarello Practices Without Contact

News: Mats Zuccarello (upper body) briefly joined the Rangers during the non-contact portion of Thursday's practice, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: As soon as coach Alain Vigneault blew the whistle for the start of full-contact work, Mats Zuccarello left the ice, suggesting that he's not a candidate to play during Friday's Game 7 against the Lightning. Zuccarello could receive clearance to take contact in the coming days, and should have a decent shot at reentering the lineup in the Stanley Cup Finals if the Rangers are able to advance.

5/28/2015

Nicklas Backstrom, C, WAS

Nicklas Backstrom

Caps' Backstrom Undergoes Arthroscopic Hip Surgery

News: Nicklas Backstrom underwent arthroscopic hip surgery Wednesday afternoon, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: The Capitals are optimistic that Nicklas Backstrom will make a full recovery and be back to 100 percent health by the start of the 2015-16 regular season. Backstrom didn't indicate during his exit interview following the second round of the playoffs that he had been nursing any sort of injury, but perhaps he elected to get out ahead of the hip issue before it became a recurring problem. Backstrom's recently completed season was a near mirror image of 2013-14, as he finished with the same goal total (18) and one fewer assist (60) while playing all 82 games for the second straight year.

5/28/2015

Cam Fowler, D, ANA Ducks' Fowler Continues Big Series

Cam Fowler

Ducks' Fowler Continues Big Series

News: Cam Fowler picked up an assist in his 23:37 of ice time in Wednesday's Game 6 loss to the Blackhawks.
Analysis: Cam Fowler has delivered a four-point series for the Ducks thus far, generating a goal and three helpers. Expect him to rank among the team leaders in minutes for Saturday's series-deciding Game 7 in Anaheim.

5/28/2015

Patrick Maroon, LW, ANA Ducks' Maroon Nabs Power-Play Goal

Patrick Maroon

Ducks' Maroon Nabs Power-Play Goal

News: Patrick Maroon potted a power-play goal in Wednesday's Game 6 loss to the Blackhawks.
Analysis: Patrick Maroon has been outstanding all postseason for the Ducks, but he's really ratcheted up his production in the Western Conference Finals. Through six games, he's recorded three goals on 20 shot attempts, while also posting sizable hit totals on the defensive end.

5/28/2015

Nate Thompson, C, ANA Ducks' Thompson Credited With Assist In Game 6

Nate Thompson

Ducks' Thompson Credited With Assist In Game 6

News: Nate Thompson picked up an assist in Wednesday's Game 6 loss to the Blackhawks.
Analysis: Nate Thompson isn't typically one of Anaheim's more productive scorers, but he's been able to come away with a goal and four assists thus far in the series. Though it's been a nice run for the 30-year-old, his modest track record as a point producer suggests the Ducks shouldn't bank on him driving their offense in Saturday's Game 7.

5/28/2015

Clayton Stoner, D, ANA

Clayton Stoner

Stoner's Goal Not Enough In Ducks' Game 6 Loss

News: Clayton Stoner registered a third-period goal in Wednesday's Game 6 loss to the Blackhawks.
Analysis: Clayton Stoner's first goal of the postseason didn't come without controversy. Teammate Jakob Silfverberg appeared to run into goalie Corey Crawford's glove as Stoner was about to fire off a slap shot, but officials didn't call interference on the play. Nonetheless, the goal didn't affect the final outcome in what was a well-deserved Chicago victory. The series heads back to Anaheim on Saturday for Game 7.

5/28/2015

Marian Hossa, RW, CHI

Marian Hossa

Three-Game Point Streak For Hawks' Hossa

News: Marian Hossa notched a goal on one of his two shot attempts in Wednesday's Game 6 win over the Ducks.
Analysis: Marian Hossa has found twine just three times in the playoffs, but he's seen heavy involvement as an assist man to prop up his overall point totals. Wednesday's goal was his fourth point of the series, three of which have come in the last three games.

5/28/2015

Andrew Desjardins, C, CHI

Andrew Desjardins

Blackhawks' Desjardins Dishes Out Two In Win

News: Andrew Desjardins supplied two assists in Wednesday's Game 6 win over the Ducks.
Analysis: Andrew Desjardins' first assist required a particularly resilient effort, as he chased down a loose puck and dumped it over to Andrew Shaw, who would give the Blackhawks a two-goal advantage. Valued mostly for his steady, physical play on the back end, Desjardins typically doesn't see much involvement on the attack, and he has only three points across 14 postseason contests.

5/28/2015

Patrick Kane, RW, CHI Hawks' Kane Nabs Game-Winner, Assist In Game 6

Patrick Kane

Hawks' Kane Nabs Game-Winner, Assist In Game 6

News: Patrick Kane supplied an assist and tallied the game-winning goal in Wednesday's Game 6 triumph over the Ducks.
Analysis: The goal was a thing of beauty, as Patrick Kane danced past the Ducks' Matt Beleskey and found an open space behind goalie Frederik Andersen to give the Blackhawks a 3-0 lead. Kane has scored three times this series and has 10 goals overall in 16 playoff contests.

5/28/2015

Duncan Keith, D, CHI Hawks' Keith Stars, Assists Thrice In Game 6 Win

Duncan Keith

Hawks' Keith Stars, Assists Thrice In Game 6 Win

News: Duncan Keith set up three of the Blackhawks' five goals in Wednesday's Game 6 win over the Ducks. He was honored with the game's first star.
Analysis: Duncan Keith has accumulated more minutes than any player in this postseason, but it didn't prevent him from being the most dominant skater on the ice Wednesday night with the Blackhawks' backs against the wall. In addition to making his presence felt offensively with his fourth multi-point match of the playoffs, Keith helped preserve a one-goal advantage early in the third period when he knocked away a shot at the goal line that Corey Crawford couldn't find. Keith's statistical production declined during the past regular season, but the two-time Norris Trophy winner has sparkled throughout the postseason. He now has 16 points in 16 games.

5/28/2015

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Pots Two Goals In Game 6 Win

News: Andrew Shaw scored on both of his shot attempts and notched seven hits in Wednesday's 5-2 Game 6 win over the Ducks.
Analysis: Both of Andrew Shaw's goals came late in the third period to give the Blackhawks some breathing room and ice the game, with the final tally an empty-netter with 48.8 seconds remaining. Shaw has four goals and five assists over 16 playoff contests.

5/28/2015

Antoine Vermette, C, CHI Point Streak Hits Three Games For Hawks' Vermette

Antoine Vermette

Point Streak Hits Three Games For Hawks' Vermette

News: Antoine Vermette tallied an assist and won eight of his 12 faceoffs in Wednesday's Game 6 win over the Ducks.
Analysis: Three of Antoine Vermette's five postseason points have come in the last three games, helping him atone for a miserable start to his Blackhawks career. With linemate and prized rookie Teuvo Teravainen beginning to pick up his performance in the Western Conference Finals, Vermette could start to become a larger focal point of the Blackhawks' offense for the duration of their stay in the playoffs.

5/28/2015

Corey Crawford, G, CHI

Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford Stops 30 In Game 6 Win

News: Corey Crawford denied 30 of 32 shot attempts to claim the win in Game 6 on Wednesday against the Ducks.
Analysis: Corey Crawford's final line would have looked even better if not for the Ducks' Clayton Stoner tallying a controversial third-period goal, when the Blackhawks goalie appeared to be interfered with by Jakob Silfverberg as he tried to stop Stoner's shot. Nonetheless, Crawford turned in a clutch performance to extend the series, and will certainly be back in the net Saturday with a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals on the line. He owns a 10-3 record, 2.23 GAA and .922 save percentage over 13 career games when facing elimination from the postseason.