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Blackhawks Return To Action Tonight

 width=>>Blackhawks Back In Action Tonight

(Chicago, IL) -- The Blackhawks will be back from the All-Star break to face the Kings tonight. The contest is the opener of a six-game road trip for Chicago, which will also visit Anaheim, San Jose, Minnesota, Winnipeg and St. Louis on the trek. The puck drops at 9:30.

>>Isles Cruise Past Rangers

(Uniondale, NY) -- Jaroslav Halak denied 40 of the 41 shots he faced to lead the Islanders to a 4-1 win over the Rangers at Nassau Coliseum. Mikhail Grabovski, Matt Martin, Ryan Strome and John Taveras had the goals for the Isles, who have won all three meetings with the rival Rangers this season. Carl Hagelin scored with 8.1 seconds left to end the shutout for the Blueshirts, who have been outscored 13-4 by the Isles this year. Henrik Lundqvist allowed all four goals on 38 shots in the setback.

Philadelphia Flyers 4, Arizona Coyotes 3 (SO)
Pittsburgh Penguins 5, Winnipeg Jets 3
Columbus Blue Jackets 4, Washington Capitals 3
Carolina Hurricanes 4, Tampa Bay Lightning 2
Montreal Canadiens 3, Dallas Stars 2
Detroit Red Wings 5, Florida Panthers 4
Nashville Predators 4, Colorado Avalanche 3 (OT)
Calgary Flames 4, Buffalo Sabres 1
Minnesota Wild 2, Edmonton Oilers 1
Anaheim Ducks 4, Vancouver Canucks 0

 width=>>Brodeur To Announce Retirement Tomorrow

(St. Louis, MO) -- Blues goalie Martin Brodeur [[ mar-TAN bro-DURE ]] is calling it a career. The 42-year-old will formally retire tomorrow, but stay on with the team in a management role. The longtime Devils star signed with the Blues last month before taking a leave of absence to decide his future.

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