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Since being won by the New York Rangers, the Cup has been on a dizzying—and damaging—social whirl
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 ...
Old Reliables The Red Wings are again pinning their Stanley Cup hopes on a band of rejuvenated graybeard defensemen
Hard by the banks of the murky Detroit River, with a splendidview of Canada and ... defensemen to serve asthe backbone of their annual Stanley Cup campaign.
A King in Edmonton
Wayne Gretzky returned to his old city and was greeted with heartfelt cheers
The Good Old Days
That's what Mark Messier and Wayne Gretzky hope to recapture in New York
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 Best And Getting Better
At 20, Wayne Gretzky is without question the NHL's top player. All that's left to ask is: How good will he become?
Soul on Ice
A growing number of black players are making their mark in a league that until recently has been known for its insensitivity.
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 ...
That's Scotty! Now that Detroit's Scotty Bowman has taken hold of his eighth Stanley Cup, let us, in turn,embrace him for what he is: the best coach ever in a major pro sport
The NHL allowsno one, not even Bowman, to win more than one Stanley Cup ayear, but there he was on June 16, his Red Wings having justclosed out the ...