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    NHL - Risultati 9 Aprile

    Panthers-Bruins 4-2
    SUNRISE, Fla. -- The Florida Panthers damaged the Boston Bruins' playoff hopes with a 4-2 win on Thursday night at the BB&T Center.
    The Bruins (95 points) fell one point behind the idle Pittsburgh Penguins and two points behind the Ottawa Senators in the battle for the final playoff berth in the Eastern Conference. Pittsburgh has two games remaining while Boston and Ottawa have one each. The Senators beat the New York Rangers 3-0 on Thursday night.
    Florida got goals by centers Jonathan Huberdeau and Aleksander Barkov and right wingers Brad Boyes and Jimmy Hayes to win the game.
    Centers Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron scored for Boston.


    Canadiens-Red Wings 4-3 (OT)
    MONTREAL -- Center Lars Eller scored the winner at 1:21 of overtime, leading Montreal over Detroit at the Bell Centre.
    With the overtime point and Boston Bruins' regulation loss to the Florida Panthers, Detroit clinched a playoff berth for a 24th consecutive season.
    Centers Tomas Tatar, Pavel Datsyuk and Darren Helm scored in regulation for the Red Wings (42-25-14). Defensemen Andrei Markov and Jeff Petry and center Tomas Plekanec replied for Montreal (49-22-10). The Canadiens remain two points ahead of the Tampa Bay Lightning in the battle to win the Atlantic Division title.


    Rangers-Senators 0-3
    NEW YORK -- Two quick goals from left winger Clarke MacArthur and center Kyle Turris late in the second period helped pushed Ottawa to a victory against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.
    The win allowed the Senators (42-26-13) to vault into a wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference. They have one game remaining, Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia against the Flyers.
    Goaltender Andrew Hammond improved to 19-1-2 by stopping all 26 shots he faced. Center J-G Pageau scored into an empty net and Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist turned aside 23 of 25 shots.


    Blues-Blackhawks 2-1
    ST. LOUIS -- Right winger Dmitrij Jaskin scored on a power play late in the second period and goaltender Jake Allen stopped 21 of 22 shots to lead St. Louis over Chicago.
    The win coupled with the Nashville Predators 4-2 loss to the Minnesota Wild means the Blues clinched the Central Division title for the second time in the last four years. It also moved St. Louis into a tie for first place in the Western Conference with idle Anaheim. Each team has 107 points with one game to play.
    The Blues also got a goal from center Paul Stastny and Chicago center Andrew Shaw scored.


    Predators-Wild 2-4
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Right winger Jason Pominville scored the tiebreaking goal at 17:57 of the third period as Minnesota won its 12th consecutive road game, dumping Nashville at sold-out Bridgestone Arena.
    Left winger Jason Zucker scored twice and defenseman Marco Scandella scored once for the Wild.
    Defenseman Seth Jones and center Filip Forsberg scored for Nashville.


    Lightning-Devils 4-3 (OT)
    TAMPA, Fla. -- Tyler Johnson scored twice, including a goal 1:22 into overtime, giving Tampa Bay a hard-fought victory over New Jersey.
    Center Steven Stamkos and defenseman Nikita Nesterov also scored for Tampa Bay.
    Right winger Steve Bernier scored twice and winger Patrik Elias one for New Jersey.


    Flyers-Hurricanes 1-3
    PHILADELPHIA -- Defensemen Brett Bellemore and Ryan Murphy each scored a goal, and goaltender Cam Ward stopped 27 of 28 shots to lead Carolina over Philadelphia.
    Hurricanes center Jordan Staal added his sixth of the season, into an empty net, to seal the win.
    Flyers goaltender Ray Emery made 24 saves in the loss. He was in net for the first time since taking a loss to the Hurricanes in Carolina on April 4. Philadelphia center Sean Couturier scored his 15th goal of the season.


    Avalanche-Jets 1-0 (SO)
    DENVER -- Goaltender Reto Berra had a season-high 41 saves and stopped both shooters in the shootout for his first career shutout and Colorado edged Winnipeg.
    Centers Ryan O'Reilly and Matt Duchene scored in the shootout to give Colorado its second straight win.
    The Jets earned a point and still clinched the second wild card when the Los Angeles Kings lost at Calgary.


    Flames-Kings 3-1
    CALGARY, Alberta -- Calgary's win over Los Angeles means the Flames are in the playoffs and the Kings are out.
    The Flames (45-29-7) rode first-period goals from left wingers Johnny Gaudreau and Jiri Hudler to extinguish their five-season playoff drought, and Hudler buried an empty-netter to close it out in the third period.
    Los Angeles (39-27-15) came out flat and never recovered, despite making a game of it in the third period when center Jordan Nolan buried a big rebound past goalie Jonas Hiller to cut the Kings' deficit to one.


    Oilers-Sharks 1-3
    EDMONTON, Alberta -- The San Jose Sharks scored two third-period goals to overcome a deficit and beat Edmonton at Rexall Place.
    Center Bryan Lerg, winger Patrick Marleau and left winger Matt Nieto scored for the Sharks.
    Winger Nail Yakupov scored his 13th of the season for Edmonton's lone goal.


    Canucks-Coyotes 5-0
    VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Defenseman Yannick Weber scored back-to-back power-play goals 1:38 apart in the second period as Vancouver beat Arizona at Rogers Arena.
    Goalie Eddie Lack made 28 saves for the shutout win.
    Left wingers Daniel Sedin and Ronalds Kenins, and defenseman Dan Hamhuis also scored for the Canucks

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    NHL - Preview 10 Aprile

    Preview: NY Islanders at Pittsburgh
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Friday, April 10, 2015
    Where: Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    After coming within a few seconds of clinching a playoff berth on Tuesday, the New York Islanders officially punched their ticket to the postseason two nights later - without even being on the ice. New York looks to improve its standing and send the Pittsburgh Penguins to their fifth straight loss when the Metropolitan Division rivals meet at Consol Energy Center on Friday.
    New York overcame a three-goal deficit in the third period before yielding the go-ahead tally with 2.1 seconds remaining in a 5-4 loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday. The Islanders were left to stew over that defeat, but they were able to secure a playoff spot two days later after Boston dropped a 4-2 decision to Florida. Pittsburgh's quest for its ninth straight postseason berth has hit a snag, as it saw a three-goal lead evaporate en route to a 4-3 overtime setback in Ottawa on Tuesday. The Penguins are nursing a one-point lead over Boston for the final wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, NHLN, RSN360, TVA2, MSG Plus (New York), ROOT (Pittsburgh)
    ABOUT THE ISLANDERS (46-28-6): John Tavares has collected two goals and seven assists during his four-game point streak, moving him into a tie with fellow captains Sidney Crosby of Pittsburgh and Jamie Benn of Dallas for the league lead with 83 points. Tavares, who recorded a goal and two assists versus the Flyers, notched one of each in New York's 4-1 victory over Pittsburgh on Nov. 22 and set up a pair of tallies in the Islanders' 6-3 win over the Penguins on Jan. 16. Kyle Okposo, who tallied four times in the last meeting, also scored the shootout winner in the 5-4 victory on Nov. 21.
    ABOUT THE PENGUINS (42-26-12): Despite his team's troubles, Evgeni Malkin admitted he has no doubt Pittsburgh will qualify for the postseason. "A little bit of bad luck the last two games, but I still believe we play in playoffs and it doesn't matter which team," said Malkin, who has collected two goals and a team-high four assists against the Islanders this season. Patric Hornqvist also has recorded six points versus New York this season with three goals and as many assists, while Crosby netted two tallies and set up another in the Jan. 16 loss.
    OVERTIME
    1. New York can clinch third place in the Metropolitan and set up a date with Washington in the first round of the playoffs with a win on Friday.
    2. The Penguins boast a 17-3-1 record against the Islanders in the last 21 home meetings.
    3. Pittsburgh is just 1-for-11 on the power play during its losing streak.
    TRENDS
    Islanders are 3-9 in their last 12 overall.
    Islanders are 1-7 in their last 8 vs. a team with a winning record.
    Islanders are 0-5 in their last 5 games playing on 2 days rest.
    Penguins are 0-4 in their last 4 overall.
    Penguins are 0-5 in their last 5 vs. a team with a winning record.
    Penguins are 0-8 in their last 8 vs. Eastern Conference.
    Under is 8-3-1 in Islanders last 12 overall.
    Over is 5-2 in Islanders last 7 road games.
    Under is 3-0-1 in Penguins last 4 home games.
    Under is 7-3-1 in Penguins last 11 overall.
    GOALIES
    ISLANDERS - Jaroslav Halak (37-17-3, 2.44, 0.913)
    PENGUINS - Marc-Andre Fleury (33-19-9, 2.35, 0.920)


    Preview: Buffalo at Columbus
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Friday, April 10, 2015
    Where: Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
    The Columbus Blue Jackets look to extend their point streak to a franchise high-tying 12 games when they host the Buffalo Sabres on Friday. The Blue Jackets breezed to a 5-0 victory over Toronto on Wednesday, two days after seeing their club-best nine-game winning streak come to a halt with a 4-3 overtime loss to the New York Rangers.
    Columbus has emerged victorious in five straight contests at home while improving to 10-0-1 in its last 11, with Todd Richards moving into a tie with Ken Hitchcock for the franchise lead with 125 coaching wins. Brandon Dubinsky has played a pivotal role in the Blue Jackets' success of late, setting up a pair of tallies versus the Maple Leafs to extend his point streak to six games (three goals, six assists). For its part, Buffalo posted its third win in five contests with a 4-3 triumph over Carolina on Monday. Tyler Ennis netted his team-leading 20th goal and added an assist in the victory.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, MSG (Buffalo), FSN Ohio (Columbus)
    ABOUT THE SABRES (23-49-8): Although his team has been long removed from postseason contention, Ennis insists there's plenty of motivation for Buffalo to finish the campaign on a high note. "We want to play spoiler and we want to compete," said Ennis, who resides one goal shy of matching his career high from last season. "There are guys playing for jobs and everyone wants to get better. That's how you have to look at these last two games."
    ABOUT THE BLUE JACKETS (40-35-5): Artem Anisimov scored versus Toronto to extend his point streak to four games, during which he has recorded one tally and three assists. The 26-year-old Russian also scored in the Blue Jackets' 3-1 victory over the Sabres on Oct. 9. Buffalo native Nick Foligno also has been on a tear, recording points in seven of his last eight games - with five goals and four assists in that stretch.
    OVERTIME
    1. Columbus last won six in a row at home from Dec. 26, 2007-Jan. 15, 2008.
    2. Buffalo captain Brian Gionta scored and set up a goal on Monday, giving him five tallies and nine assists in his last 12 games.
    3. The Blue Jackets have killed off all 12 short-handed situations in their last four contests.
    TRENDS
    Sabres are 1-4 in their last 5 games playing on 3 or more days rest.
    Sabres are 2-8 in their last 10 games following a win.
    Sabres are 10-43 in their last 53 road games.
    Blue Jackets are 14-3 in their last 17 overall.
    Blue Jackets are 5-0 in their last 5 home games.
    Blue Jackets are 4-1 in their last 5 vs. a team with a winning % below .400.
    Over is 6-2 in Sabres last 8 overall.
    Over is 4-1 in Sabres last 5 games following a win.
    Over is 6-1-1 in Blue Jackets last 8 overall.
    Over is 3-1-1 in Blue Jackets last 5 home games.
    GOALIES
    SABRES - Anders Lindback (6-14-2, 3.16, 0.906)
    BLUE JACKETS - Sergei Bobrovsky (29-17-3, 2.70, 0.918)

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    Entra Ottawa, peccato per la tripla.

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    NHL - Betting Trends 10 Aprile
    NHL 10-04 (totale +10.01U)
    penguins vs islanders UNDER (1.60 - 1.80)
    bluejackets vs sabres OVER (1.30 - 1.90)

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    Oggi doppa Capitals-Senators entrambe testa a testa. Dovrebbe entrare ad occhi chiusi

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    NHL - First Round Playoffs Schedule

    EASTERN CONFERENCE


    MONTREAL CANADIENS VS. OTTAWA SENATORS
    At Montreal, Wednesday, April 15
    At Montreal, Friday, April 17
    At Ottawa, Sunday, April 19
    At Ottawa, Wednesday, April 22
    *At Montreal, Friday, April 24
    *At Ottawa, Sunday, April 26
    *At Montreal, Tuesday, April 28


    TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING VS. DETROIT RED WINGS
    At Tampa Bay, Thursday, April 16
    At Tampa Bay, Saturday, April 18
    At Detroit, Tuesday, April 21
    At Detroit, Thursday, April 23
    *At Tampa Bay, Saturday, April 25
    *At Detroit, Monday, April 27
    *At Tampa Bay, Wednesday, April 29


    NEW YORK RANGERS VS. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS
    At New York, Thursday, April 16
    At New York, Saturday, April 18
    At Pittsburgh, Monday, April 20
    At Pittsburgh, Wednesday, April 22
    *At New York, Friday, April 24
    *At Pittsburgh, Sunday, April 26
    *At New York, Tuesday, April 28


    WASHINGTON CAPITALS VS. NEW YORK ISLANDERS
    At Washington, Wednesday, April 15
    At Washington, Friday, April 17
    At New York, Sunday, April 19
    At New York, Tuesday, April 21
    *At Washington, Thursday, April 23
    *At New York, Saturday, April 25
    *At Washington, Monday, April 27


    WESTERN CONFERENCE


    ST. LOUIS BLUES VS. MINNESOTA WILD
    At St. Louis, Thursday, April 16
    At St. Louis, Saturday, April 18
    At Minnesota, Monday, April 20
    At Minnesota, Wednesday, April 22
    *At Minnesota, Sunday, April 26
    *At St. Louis, Wednesday, April 29


    NASHVILLE PREDATORS VS. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    At Nashville, Wednesday, April 15
    At Nashville, Friday, April 17
    At Chicago, Sunday, April 19
    At Chicago, Tuesday, April 21
    *At Nashville, Thursday, April 23
    *At Chicago, Saturday, April 25
    *At Nashville, Monday, April 27


    ANAHEIM DUCKS VS. WINNIPEG JETS
    At Anaheim, Thursday, April 16
    At Anaheim, Saturday, April 18
    At Winnipeg, Monday, April 20
    At Winnipeg, Wednesday, April 22
    *At Anaheim, Friday, April 24
    *At Winnipeg, Sunday, April 26
    *At Anaheim, Tuesday, April 28


    VANCOUVER CANUCKS VS. CALGARY FLAMES
    At Vancouver, Wednesday, April 15
    At Vancouver, Friday, April 17
    At Calgary, Sunday, April 19
    At Calgary, Tuesday, April 21
    *At Vancouver, Thursday, April 23
    *At Calgary, Saturday, April 25
    *At Vancouver, Monday, April 27

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    @donk32 secondo te chi vince?
    non mi aspettavo i wild con una quota del genere.....

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    Guarda, non mi aspetto una vittoria dei Rangers come da pronostico, bensi confido molto nella forza dei Canadiens e non sottovalutiamo mai e dico MAI i Blackwaks che due anni fa hanno trionfato e l'anno scorso hanno perso solo in finale. Per me vince una di queste due(Tampa e Duck non hanno mai fatto bene in ottica playoff e anche ST.Louis).

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