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New Jersey Devils Stanley Cup Champions
Despite appearances to the contrary, New Jersey defensemanColin White proved that he and the Devils were not toothless intheir quest for the franchise's third ...
Since being won by the New York Rangers, the Cup has been on a dizzying—and damaging—social whirl
The Islanders Go Four It All
Led by intimidating—and impenetrable—Billy Smith, New York took a 3-0 series lead over the Edmonton Oilers to pull within a win of a fourth straight Stanley Cup
Less Than Great
Wayne Gretzky is having a subpar year and feeling heat over trades made by the Los Angeles Kings
SILVER SEVEN WON THE STANLEY CUP SO OFTEN THEY KICKED IT INTO A CANAL
On a black winter night in February 1903, One-Eyed McGee, Rat Westwick and the rest of the rough, sweat-soaked gang were whooping it up ...
The Bitter End A dubious goal that gave the Stars the Stanley Cup over the Sabres tarnished what had been the best final series in years
They couldn't disallow it. Not now. Mike Modano's tear ductswere working as if they were Niagara Falls, and Mike Keane wasalready smoking a ...
Bulwark of the Bruins
Boston's Ray Bourque might resemble Linus at home, but on the ice he could be the best defenseman in the NHL
The Good Old Days
That's what Mark Messier and Wayne Gretzky hope to recapture in New York
A King in Edmonton
Wayne Gretzky returned to his old city and was greeted with heartfelt cheers
Nasty Boys In one of the weirdest and most riveting Stanley Cup finals in years, the Stars and the Sabres jawed and clawed on and off the ice
Mike Modano stood by his locker last Saturday night--no emotionson his sleeve, no cast on his fractured left wrist--and answeredquestions ...