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NHL Diary: Kings Rally To Tie Series 3-3

Welcome to the “Morning Skate: Stanley Cup Playoffs Edition,” a daily collection of the latest news

All-Star Game

NHL Announces Game 7 Times

Game 7 times for Wednesday announced

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Flyers, Rangers Make Lineup Changes For Game 5

The Flyers and Rangers have made some changes to their starting lineups for Game 5.

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NHL: Gill In First Playoff Game Since 2012

Hal Gill will debut on the Philadelphia Flyers’ blue line since 2012. Gill is set to take Nicklas Grossmann’s spot in game 5 against the New York Rangers. For more information visit: Joe Yerdon, ProHockey Talk

Steve Mason

NHL: Rangers Feel They Made It Easy For Mason

The Philadelphia Flyers won against the New York Rangers last night. The Rangers, felt however, that G Steve Mason had an easy night against them. “We didn’t make it tough enough on Mason in his first game back,” D

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Flyers Recall Scott Laughton But He Will Be Out For Game 4

Scott Laughton just brought up by the Flyers won't play tonight against the Rangers.

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Craig Berube on Flyers Playing at Home: ‘We Can’t Force Anything’

The Philadelphia Flyers cannot pressure themselves too much when playing at home.

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NHL Diary: Lightning Behind The Puck

MORNING SKATE: STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS EDITION – APRIL 21, 2014SUNDAY’S RESULTS (Home Team in Caps) Philadelphia 4, NY RANGERS 2 – series tied 1-1 BOSTON 4, Detroit 1 – series tied 1-1 MONTREAL 3, Tampa Bay 2 – MTL

Steve Mason

NHL: Flyers’ Mason Out For Game Two

Philadelphia Flyers Steve Mason still isn’t ready to play in the playoffs. For now, the Flyers will go with Ray Emery in net against the Rangers. For more on this story visit: ProHockey Talk, Joe Yerdon

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Flyers’ Mason Practiced, Aiming To Start Game Two

Flyers goalie Steve Mason was on the ice, practicing, and gearing himself up for a possible Game 2 start