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This criminally underrated and offensively dangerous duo will be counted

Calle Jarnkrok got Bridgestone Arena jumping late in the first period. A close-range shot from Craig Smith couldn’t get past Penguins goalie Matt Murray, but Jarnkrok was nearby to corral the rebound and cash in with 5:09 left. Pittsburgh challenged the goal, Kevin Klein elite jersey arguing Murray was interfered with on the play. But the Penguins were wrong and the scoreboard remained 1-0.
The Oilers’ young guns are among several high-flying duos making a mark on today’s NHL, and their respective high-priced contracts will impact future deals for other up-and-coming players.
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This criminally underrated and offensively dangerous duo will be counted on to bring the Hurricanes back to the playoffs for the first time since 2009.

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The goal came with just 37 seconds left in the game and sent the Senators to overtime (they ultimately lost in a shootout), but it’s the wider context of DiDomenico’s goal that makes it special.
NEW YORK — Alexander Radulov had a goal and an assist to lead Montreal to a 3-1 victory over the New York Rangers on Sunday night, giving the Canadiens a 2-1 lead in the first-round playoff series.
Florida Panthers: Worried about Jonathan Huberdeau feeling any residual ill effects from last autumn’s Achilles injury? Don’t be. Chatting with reporter Harvey Fialkov, Huberdeau insists he “hasn’t made any adjustment to skating since [his] recovery” and “feels like he’s skating [at] 100 percent”. Back on the Panthers’ No. 1 line with Aleksander Barkov and Jaromir Jagr, Huberdeau appeared no worse for wear in scoring a goal on six shots his first game back last Friday.