Detroit Red Wings
- Proof that regular season records don't guarantee rings
- Larkin eager to display skills with Team North America
- Larkin calls his first NHL season 'successful'
- Larkin on top of the worlds
- Red Wings add Salajko as goalie coach
- Red Wings player surprises fan battling brain cancer at prom
- Wings hire Houda as assistant, dismiss Bedard
- Red Wings' Twitter account celebrates Nyquist's Derby win
- Nyquist wins Kentucky Derby to stay unbeaten
- Gustav Nyquist pulling for Nyquist in Derby
- Nyquist a fan of Nyquist
- 'Would rather be in pads than in a suit'
- Q&A with Hockey Hall of Famer Chris Chelios
- New Red Wings home called Little Caesars Arena
- Ranking Pavel Datsyuk among his era's elite
- Melrose impressed with Lightning after eliminating Red Wings
- Three keys to the offseason: Detroit Red Wings
- #LevyAndMelrose: Playing through pain
- Wings call up Ouellet from AHL ahead of Game 5
- Drouin's star turn just what Lightning needed
Experts' predictions: Stanley Cup winner
By one strange stat, Penguins have an advantage in Stanley Cup finals quest
Stamkos returns, not talking about future
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2016 Stanley Cup playoffs coverage
Teams unveil rosters for World Cup of Hockey
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Penguins win Game 7, on to Stanley Cup finals
Bryan Rust scored both goals for the Penguins in a 2-1 Game 7 victory as Pittsburgh wins the Prince of Wales Trophy and advances to the Stanley Cup finals.
Melrose: West too strong in Stanley Cup finals
Barry Melrose is excited for the Penguins-Sharks final but gives the edge to San Jose after coming out of the more difficult Western Conference.
Rust tallies two in Game 7 for Pittsburgh
Check out both goals from Penguins right winger Bryan Rust in a 2-1 win over the Lightning in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Sharks beat Blues in 6, punch ticket to Cup finals
San Jose opens up a 4-0 lead in the third period with two goals from Joe Ward and beats St. Louis 5-2 to clinch a spot in the Stanley Cup finals.
Melrose: Sharks can be labeled as winners now
Barry Melrose says the Sharks making the Stanley Cup finals puts a stamp on the careers of Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau and describes how emotional it can get in the traditional handshake line after a series.