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Blackhawks take game one, Alex Ovechkin gets injured and Carey Price might miss Game 2.

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Playoffs News

Blackhawks Survive Game 1, Earn An Early Series Lead - Second City Hockey
The Blackhawks pulled out a 3-1 win over the Kings in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

Carey Price misses practice, Brandon Prust not happy with Chris Kreider - CBSSports.com
Carey Price missed practice a day after getting crashed into by Rangers forward Chris Kreider. The Habs think Kreider's fall was on purpose.

Canadiens' Alex Galchenyuk could return to lineup in Game 2 - CBSSports.com
After sitting out nearly six weeks with a knee injury, Canadiens forward Alex Galchenyuk could return to the lineup for Game 2 after being cleared for contact this week.

News From Around the Hockey World

GIF: Alex Ovechkin suffers apparent injury at World Championship - CBSSports.com
Alex Ovechkin took a direct hit to his right knee in Russia's game against Germany at the World Championships. He needed to be helped off the ice

Photo: Ovechkin confirms he’s OK with a thumbs up | ProHockeyTalk
Capitals fans can probably breathe a sigh of relief.

Blue Jackets will seek trade for R.J. Umberger - The Cannon
The Dispatch dropped a bit of a bombshell this morning when Aaron Portzline reported that R.J. Umberger requested a trade during his season ending meetings with the club - and the club has agreed to work on making it happen.

Mark Pavelich's 'Miracle on Ice' gold medal sells for $262,900 | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The 1980 Winter Olympic gold medal owned by Mark Pavelich, a forward on the famed "Miracle on Ice" U.S. men's hockey team, has sold for $262,900 at auction.

Ryan Ellis scores winning goal as Canada beats Sweden 3-2 in overtime - The Hockey News
Team Canada took control of its playoff road at the world championship of hockey by beating Sweden 3-2 in overtime on Sunday.

New York Rangers players, coaches join Martin St. Louis for mother's funeral - ESPN New York
New York Rangers coaches and players have joined star forward Martin St. Louis at his mother's funeral outside Montreal.

Big games haven’t been kind to Bruce Boudreau | ProHockeyTalk
Especially when it's a Game 7.

The Final Howl

Amnesty International Blasts Conditions Of NHL Penalty Boxes | The Onion - America's Finest News Source