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Ranking the top players, teams, coaches, owners, arenas we're rooting for in the 2021 NHL playoffs

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Ranking the top players, teams, coaches, owners, arenas we're rooting for in the 2021 NHL playoffs
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When it comes to rooting interests in the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs, we can all agree on one of them: the health and safety of everyone participating, after a regular season that saw a parade of players on the COVID-related absences list and plenty of interruptions to the schedule.
But beyond that, we'd love to have these people, places and things that we're pulling for in the chase for the Cup. Here's our top 10:
The Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup last season. Unless you're a fan of dynasties or Tampa Bay as the sports epicenter of the universe, there's not really a compelling reason to root for the Lightning again. But I am rooting for Kucherov, because there's something absolutely delicious about the way the Lightning were able to navigate his injury.

Frank Seravalli: Don Granato grateful for the timing of his shot with the Buffalo Sabres

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Don Granato was short on time, something he knows a thing or two about. The day he took over as Buffalo Sabres interim head coach on March 18, the team’s morning skate was cancelled due to the National Hockey League’s COVID-19 protocol.
The only chance he had to gather his reeling roster was a couple hours before puck drop and Granato was tasked with finding the words to shake a sleepwalking team out of an abysmal 12-game winless streak, one of the longest in the NHL this century.
“I looked at them and I said, ‘I guarantee you this is not the worst thing you will go through. I assure you our situation is not bleak. Pick our heads up,’” Granato recounted Thursday.

Ondrej Kasé returns to Boston Bruins practice: Could long-injured wing impact playoff roster?

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Ondrej Kasé returns to Boston Bruins practice: Could long-injured wing impact playoff roster?
Updated May 07, 1:11 PM;
Posted May 07, 1:06 PM
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS - FEBRUARY 27: Ondrej Kase #28 of the Boston Bruins looks on during his first game with the Bruins at TD Garden on February 27, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)Getty Images
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With three games left in the season, Ondrej Kasé returned to Bruins’ practice for the first time since Jan. 16 opening the door to a possible return for a player who has been away from the team for almost the entire year.
Kasé was acquired from Anaheim last year to be what Taylor Hall has been since being acquired at this year’s deadline, a scoring threat on the second line who can take advantage of David Krejci’s considerable gifts distributing the puck. It’s unclear what Kasé will be asked to provide or capable of contributing this late in the year.

Bruins notebook: DeBrusk continues to battle through tough season

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Bruins notebook: DeBrusk continues to battle through tough season
Jake DeBrusk is trying to break through as Boston gears up for the playoffs. "I'm just trying to stay positive, but the game's not fun when you're struggling, man."
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Boston’s Jake DeBrusk had just four goals and seven assists for 11 points through 37 games going into Thursday, where he did manage a goal.
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Jake DeBrusk is usually one of the most pleasant interview subjects you will find, almost always loquacious and engaging. Even when times have been bad for him, he’s been willing to examine his game both publicly and honestly.

NHL Power Rankings: Storm Warning for the League as Hurricanes Rise to the Top

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"It's a wide-open field."
A one-size-fits-all description for sporting events where an odds-on favorite is not clear?
But as cliched as it might be, there have rarely been years when it's more NHL-applicable.
Particularly when viewed the lens of the B/R hockey power rankings, where yet another team has climbed to the top spot to put in its claim as the best that the 31-team league can offer.
Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the Carolina Hurricanes.
The modern incarnation of the Hartford Whalers is in Season 3 of a renaissance that followed a nine-year playoff exile. The Canes were placed in a particularly competitive Central Division alongside both teams that reached the Stanley Cup Final last summer but have remained consistently elite across an oft-chaotic 2020-21 schedule—losing a league-low 10 regulation games entering Wednesday.

KSU shootings: May 4 commemoration features wounded former students

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Markers installed in remembrance of students injured, killed at Kent State
The new markers were installed earlier this year and help give perspective to where the wounded students were standing as well as the location of the Ohio National Guard troops who fired the shots.
“They should have been installed a long time ago,” Jacobs said of the markers. “I love the fact that they're there and it shows who was killed and how far away they were from where the National Guard was.”
While people came to campus to remember and reflect in person, the official commemoration of the 51st anniversary was held virtually, featuring talks by former students who were hit and injured by some of the 67 shots the Ohio National Guard fired off that afternoon.

Pavel Zacha scores OT winner as Devils edge Bruins

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Pavel Zacha scores OT winner as Devils edge Bruins
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05 May 2021, 12:40 GMT+10
Pavel Zacha scored his second goal of the game with 2:18 left in overtime Tuesday night as the New Jersey Devils won their home finale by coming back from a pair of one-goal deficits to beat the Boston Bruins, 4-3, in Newark, N.J.
Zacha shuffled the puck as he bore in on the crease before flicking a backhand over Jaroslav Halak's glove shoulder to give the Devils (18-28-7, 43 points) their fourth win in the last five games.
Jesper Boqvist and Yegor Sharangovich scored game-tying goals in the third for the Devils. Mackenzie Blackwood made 33 saves.

The Recorder - Devils slip past Bruins for 4-3 OT win

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Devils slip past Bruins for 4-3 OT win
New Jersey Devils center Michael McLeod (20) surrounds teammates, including New Jersey Devils center Pavel Zacha (37), center, (seen only by his helmet) after Zacha scored a game-winning goal in playoff-bound Boston Bruins, Tuesday, May 4, 2021, in Newark, N.J. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) Kathy Willens
Boston Bruins goaltender Jaroslav Halak (41) looks over his shoulder as New Jersey Devils center Yegor Sharangovich (17) looks into the net at New Jersey Devils center Pavel Zacha's game-winning overtime goal in an NHL hockey game, Tuesday, May 4, 2021, in Newark, N.J.(AP Photo/Kathy Willens) Kathy Willens
The puck goes in on a shot by Boston Bruins left wing Taylor Hall (71) who leaps above New Jersey Devils goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood (29) during the second period of an NHL hockey game, Tuesday, May 4, 2021, in Newark, N.J. The goal was ruled good after a video review. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) Kathy Willens

Bruins fall to Devils in OT one night after clinching playoffs

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Boston blew two one-goal third-period leads and dropped points for only the third time (22-0-3) when leading after two periods.

NHL Power Rankings - 1-31 poll, plus the biggest offseason need for every team

We're into the final week-plus (for most teams) of the 2021 NHL season, and while 16 of them will be competing for the Stanley Cup this spring and summer, 15 of them will begin to devise their plan to get back in the playoff mix in 2021-22.
Usually, it's a pretty straightforward exercise of determining which free agents to re-sign and which to let explore the market, along with tweaks to be made via trade, and additions to the pipeline courtesy of the draft. This summer, however, there's the added wrinkle of the Seattle Kraken expansion draft -- and any side deals that must be made to sway GM Ron Francis to stay away from choosing certain players to join his roster.

Devils Fall 3-0 to the Playoff-Bound Bruins

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Devils Fall 3-0 to the Playoff-Bound Bruins
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First Period
In a not-so-great start to the game, Miles Wood chases Charlie McAvoy on the forecheck just 15 seconds into the period, gets tangled up on the turn, and hits the ice clutching his leg. He does return to the ice for his next shift though fortunately, in a game where his presence is looking more important than ever. The name of tonight’s gameplay is FAST, and not showing signs of slowing any time soon, so Wood’s talents would be sorely missed if he was seriously injured.
Though speed is supposed to be our young team’s best trick, Boston is beating us at our own game so far this period. There’s a lot of back and forth, but the Devils aren’t able to set up much in the offensive zone when they get there, whereas the Bruins are at least getting a shot or two off on each entry. They’re also collecting all the rebounds— our rebounds (which haven’t hit the net yet), their rebounds, my U16 roller hockey team’s rebounds, they’re just picking up everything. The Devils are keeping up with their feet, but they need to wake up their sticks and get a bit more active around the puck.

Playoff berth assured, Bruins look to dump Devils again

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Playoff berth assured, Bruins look to dump Devils again
Field Level Media
04 May 2021, 20:19 GMT+10
The Boston Bruins officially clinched a playoff spot Monday night. However, with fewer than 10 days left in the regular season, the jockeying for seeding in the East Division is just beginning.
The visiting Bruins will look to maintain their third-place standing in the East and perhaps inch closer to a top-two spot Tuesday night when they complete a back-to-back set against the New Jersey Devils in Newark, N.J.
The Bruins qualified for the playoffs for the fifth straight season and the 12th time in 14 years Monday night, when Tuukka Rask stopped all 20 shots he faced and Nick Ritchie, Patrice Bergeron and Matt Grzelcyk scored a goal apiece in a 3-0 win.

Weekly East Division Snapshot: 05/02/2021 - 05/08/2021

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In the sixteenth weekly East Divison snapshot of the 2020-21 NHL season, the Pittsburgh Penguins took the throne, the New Jersey Devils finally won a game, and the playoff teams all have something to play for in the final full week of the season in the East. All this and more in this week’s snapshot.

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Craig Smith's hat trick leads Boston Bruins to dominant 6-2 win over Buffalo Sabres

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Craig Smith’s hat trick leads Boston Bruins to dominant 6-2 win over Buffalo Sabres
Updated 3:55 PM;
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Boston Bruins' Craig Smith (12) celebrates his goal with Taylor Hall (71) during the first period of an NHL hockey game against the Buffalo Sabres, Saturday, May 1, 2021, in Boston. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)AP
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BOSTON - The Bruins looked like a team with its eyes on the playoff. The Sabres looked like a squad eager for the offseason. The result was predictable.
Craig Smith lodged a hat trick and Boston controlled the game from start to finish and bulldozed their last-place 6-2, Saturday at TD Garden.

Craig Smith's hat trick leads Bruins past Sabres

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Craig Smith's hat trick leads Bruins past Sabres
Field Level Media
02 May 2021, 06:19 GMT+10
Craig Smith recorded his second career hat trick and David Krejci assisted on all three goals, as the surging Boston Bruins won their third in a row, 6-2 over the visiting Buffalo Sabres on Saturday.
Smith opened the scoring, then completed the hat trick with two goals in the third for Boston (30-14-6, 66 points), which owned a 43-19 shot advantage while winning for the ninth time in 11 games.
Nick Ritchie had a goal with an assist while Sean Kuraly and Patrice Bergeron also scored for the Bruins, who are closing in on a playoff spot in the East Division following their six consecutive home victory.

Bruins move closer to playoffs with another win over Sabres

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Updated April 29
Bruins move closer to playoffs with another win over Sabres
Charlie Coyle ends a long scoring drought and Boston gets three goals in the third period to beat Buffalo, 5-2.
By DOUG ALDENAssociated Press
Charlie Coyle fires the puck past Sabres goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen for the go-ahead goal in the third period, lifting the Boston Bruins to a 5-2 win Thursday night at TD Garden.
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BOSTON — David Krejci and Brad Marchand each had a goal and an assist, and the Boston Bruins beat the Buffalo Sabres 5-2 on Thursday night.
David Pastrnak scored his 199th career goal for Boston just 1:16 into the game, and Charlie Coyle snapped a 2-all tie on a breakaway midway through the third period for his first goal in two months.

Athol Daily News - Bruins score 3 unanswered goals in 3rd, beat Sabres 5-2

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Bruins score 3 unanswered goals in 3rd, beat Sabres 5-2
Boston Bruins center Charlie Coyle celebrates his goal against the Buffalo Sabres with left wing Nick Ritchie (21) and center Sean Kuraly (52) during the third period of an NHL hockey game Thursday, April 29, 2021, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) Elise Amendola
Boston Bruins center Charlie Coyle (13) scores against Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen (1) during the third period of an NHL hockey game Thursday, April 29, 2021, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) Elise Amendola
Boston Bruins center Curtis Lazar (20) defends against Buffalo Sabres center Sam Reinhart (23) as Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask (40) protects the net during the second period of an NHL hockey game Thursday, April 29, 2021, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) Elise Amendola

Bruins score 3 unanswered goals in 3rd, beat Sabres 5-2

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BOSTON — David Krejci and Brad Marchand each had a goal and an assist, and the Boston Bruins beat the Buffalo Sabres 5-2 on Thursday night. David Pastrnak scored his 199th career goal for Boston just 1:16 into the game, and Charlie Coyle broke a 2-all...

Sabres fall to Bruins, 5-2 - Fingerlakes1.com

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Sabres fall to Bruins, 5-2
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The Sabres’ latest losing streak extended to three games on Thursday night. The Boston Bruins toppled Buffalo 5-2 at TD Garden.
Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen’s 35 saves weren’t enough for the blue and gold. Boston scored three unanswered goals to end the game in the third period.
Sam Reinhart picked up his 23rd goal of the season in the contest. Taylor Hall scored for the Bruins; he now has as many tallies against the Sabres as he did for Buffalo early in the season.

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