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Round 1 Dates And Times Announced

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NEW YORK (April 11, 2010) – The National Hockey League tonight announced the dates and times for the 2010 Stanley Cup Conference Quarter-Final round, which begins Wednesday, April 14.  National broadcast information will be released when it is available.

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“It’s So Empty And Disappointing Right Now”

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The words of Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist after the game.

Lundqvist is followed by Gaborik and Drury in the video.

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2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs - First Round Matchups

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EASTERN CONFERENCE

#1 Washington Capitals vs. #8 Montreal Canadiens
#2 New Jersey Devils vs. #7 Philadelphia Flyers
#3 Buffalo Sabres vs. #6 Boston Bruins
#4 Pittsburgh Penguins vs. #5 Ottawa Senators

WESTERN CONFERENCE

#1 San Jose Sharks vs. #8 Colorado Avalanche
#2 Chicago Blackhawks vs. #7 Nashville Predators
#3 Vancouver Canucks vs. #6 Los Angeles Kings
#4 Phoenix Coyotes vs. #5 Detroit Red Wings

Dates are not yet available.

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Tortorella After The Loss To Philadelphia

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Crosby With His 50th Goal, This Time It Counts

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The East Is Set For The Playoffs

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1. Washington
2. New Jersey
3. Buffalo
4. Pittsburgh
5. Ottawa
6. Boston
7. Philadelphia
8. Montreal

update 7:24pm, Now that New Jersey beat Buffalo tonight, the seedings are set for the East, so I removed the possibility of Buffalo finishing 2nd.

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The West Is Set For The Playoffs

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1. San Jose
2. Chicago
3. Vancouver
4. Phoenix
5. Detroit
6. Los Angeles
7. Nashville
8. Colorado

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Report- Burke Will Continue His GM Job For Team USA

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from Scott Burnside of ESPN,

Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke will reprise his role from the Vancouver Olympics as team GM for the United States at this spring’s World Championships, a source connected to USA Hockey said.

The U.S. management team and coaching staff for the World Championships, to be held in Germany in May, is expected to be named later this week, with Burke as GM and New York Islanders coach Scott Gordon as coach, the source said.

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Afternoon Line

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“To me, this was the best team in 11 years of the organization,.  This franchise had the best players. Right now, they can not blame [Ilya] Kovalchuk or [Slava] Kozlov. They have to take responsibility, because I think ownership did everything right, signed good players, they have a good goalie, good defense—but something is missing. I think we are missing from the coaching staff. Looks like they have fun, but unfortunately in the NHL you have to work. You have to prepare for every game.

“There are lots of good teams in the NHL and you think you are a good team if you see the roster. That doesn’t work in this league. You have to do homework and work hard. I think I can put a big question mark that they weren’t preparing.”

-Slava Kozlov of the Atlanta Thrashers.  More from Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

This may be a first, I have never heard Kozlov cal anyone out.

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Your Art Ross Trophy Winner

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from Gordon McIntyre of the Vancouver Province,

Vancouver Canucks centre Henrik Sedin will become the first Canuck to win the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s regular-season scoring champion.

Sedin’s four-point effort on Saturday night against the Calgary Flames, followed by Alexander Ovehckin’s goose egg this morning in the Washington Capitals’ 4-3 shootout loss against Boston, gave the Canuck a 112-109 advantage as the regular season came to an end.

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