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  1. NHL Playoffs Daily: Who else will go up 2-0 today?

    Friday's five-game slate presents a chance for revenge -- or a two-game lead. Plus, it could get chippy for the Islanders and Capitals after their Game 1 antics.
  2. 2020 NHL Playoffs Central: Bracket, schedule, scores, highlights, analysis

    From the qualification round all the way through the Stanley Cup Final, ESPN has you covered. Check out the full picture and coverage on each team.
  3. Survey: Fans unsure how long sports will continue

    A little more than 60% of sports fans agree that they are "happy to have some sports to watch as an escape," but they're not sure how long it will last amid the coronavirus pandemic according to a survey of 837 adults conducted by TideWatch for ESPN.
  4. Habs' Julien out of hospital after getting stent

    Canadiens coach Claude Julien, who was admitted to a hospital in Toronto after experiencing chest pains, was released after having a stent inserted into his coronary artery. He is expected to make a full recovery.
  5. Bruins' Pastrnak game-time decision for Saturday

    Bruins star forward David Pastrnak will be a game-time decision on Saturday after being deemed "unfit" to play on Thursday.
  6. Brind'Amour 'moving on' after criticism, $25K fine

    Carolina coach Rod Brind'Amour said he was "moving on" when asked whether he had anything more to add a day after being fined by the NHL for calling the league "a joke" in criticizing an officials' ruling on a goal challenge.
  7. Caps coach: Lee's hit on Backstrom 'predatory'

    Capitals coach Todd Reirden took exception to Anders Lee's heavy hit on Nicklas Backstrom in Wednesday's series opener, calling it "late" and "predatory."
  8. Pens let three coaches go after early playoff exit

    After a qualifying-round loss to the Canadiens, the Penguins won't renew the contracts of three assistant coaches: Sergei Gonchar, Jacques Martin and Mark Recchi.
  9. Fehr says 'so far so good' on no positive tests

    NHLPA chief Don Fehr couldn't have envisioned a better resumption of play five months later with the first round of playoffs getting under way.
  10. The Coyotes cannot waste Darcy Kuemper's brilliance

    The goalie has been a shining star for the Yotes this postseason. Can the team around him score enough for that to matter?