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NHL: Results and standings

National Hockey League results and standings after Wednesday's games: Colorado 4 Los Angeles 6 Vancouver 1 St. Louis 0 Buffalo 5 Boston 4 (OT) Montréal 1 Detroit 2 (OT) Standings (pl w l ot gf ga pts) Eastern Conference Atlantic Division 1. Boston 37 16 5 180 130 79 2. Tampa Bay 33 20 5 168 145 71 3. Montréal 32 21 7 149 144 71 4. Toronto 32 22 6 178 182 70 5. Detroit 27 20 12 153 164 66 6. Ottawa 26 22 11 169 191 63

NHL: Results and standings

National Hockey League results and standings after Wednesday's games: Colorado 4 Los Angeles 6 Vancouver 1 St. Louis 0 Buffalo 5 Boston 4 (OT) Montréal 1 Detroit 2 (OT) Standings (pl w l ot gf ga pts) Eastern Conference Atlantic Division 1. Boston 37 16 5 180 130 79 2. Tampa Bay 33 20 5 168 145 71 3. Montréal 32 21 7 149 144 71 4. Toronto 32 22 6 178 182 70 5. Detroit 27 20 12 153 164 66 6. Ottawa 26 22 11 169 191 63

Sabres 5, Bruins 4 (OT)

Sabres 5, Bruins 4 (OT): Matt D'Agostini scored on a partial breakaway just 22 seconds into overtime as host Buffalo won its second straight game following the Olympic break.

Ice hockey: Price was right for Canada in Sochi

By Frank Pingue SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Goaltending was the main concern for the Canadian men's ice hockey team ahead of the Sochi Olympics but Carey Price was up for the task, proving a stable force in net en route to winning a gold medal. Price registered two shutouts in four games during Canada's golden Sochi run, including Sunday's 3-0 win over Sweden in the tournament's finale that drew praise from his team mates.

For U.S. all that glitters is Olympic gold

By Steve Keating SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - For the United States men's ice hockey team the Sochi Winter Games mission was a simple one - win gold. But their 'go big, or go home' philosophy will once again see the Americans return to the United States empty-handed after a lackluster 5-0 effort against Finland in Saturday's bronze medal game. For the smiling Finns, all that glitters is not necessarily just Olympic gold, a bronze proving to be a more than adequate consolation prize.

Canadian hockey fans look forward to golden game as men's team advances to final

TORONTO - Canadian hockey fans have their sights set firmly on a golden finish. Just moments after the men's hockey team eliminated their American adversaries on Friday, many spectators were laying out their plans to take in Canada's final game against Sweden this weekend. Sunday's early-morning showdown will be Canada's chance to win a second consecutive Olympic gold medal for men's hockey after beating the U.S. in Vancouver in 2010.

Cheers near the White House as Canadian expats celebrate beating U.S. at hockey

WASHINGTON - There was cheering not far from the White House on Friday as a boisterous crowd celebrated the elimination of the U.S. men's Olympic hockey team. That burst of revelry, in the heart of the American capital, was coming from the Canadian embassy. Just down Pennsylvania Avenue, Canadian diplomats hosted hockey-watching parties two days in a row for their American contacts.

Ice hockey: Canada, United States primed for grudge match

By Steve Keating SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Canada and the United States were preparing to take centre stage at the Sochi Winter Games in a mouth-watering men's ice hockey grudge match on Friday with the winners earning a shot at Olympic gold. Thousands of miles and nine times zones away, hockey-mad Canadians - still buzzing from a stunning 3-2 overtime win over the United States in the women's final on Thursday - were waking up to another day of compelling action on the ice.

Canada stuns U.S. with golden comeback

By Frank Pingue SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Canada fought back from the brink of defeat to stun their fiercest rivals the United States and capture a fourth consecutive Olympic women's ice hockey gold medal with a wild 3-2 overtime win at the Sochi Games on Thursday. Trailing by two goals with under four minutes to play in regulation, Canada scored twice, including one with 55 seconds to play, before going on to win on Marie-Philip Poulin's goal eight minutes into the sudden-death overtime period.

Silver again as fortune turns against U.S

By Steve Keating SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - American Julie Chu has four times stood on the ice, listened to Canada's national anthem and watched the Maple Leaf raised to the roof while the United States' great rivals celebrated an Olympic women's ice hockey gold medal. Three times Chu has had to settle for Olympic silver and once for bronze, the gold medal always just beyond her grasp.
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