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Mentoring His Much Younger Bruins Teammates Is Vintage Zdeno Chara

By Gary Santaniello

At 42, Chara is 14 years older than Boston’s next oldest defenseman, and he will be seeking his second title with the Bruins when the Stanley Cup finals start on Monday.

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Can the W.N.B.A. Be a Model for Women’s Hockey?

By Seth Berkman

Women’s hockey players want a league molded in the image of the W.N.B.A. But will the N.H.L. follow a model the N.B.A. concedes isn’t working?

Back With the Rangers, John Davidson Has Unfinished Business

By Allan Kreda

As a goalie, Davidson came up just short of winning a Stanley Cup in New York. Now, he will try to bring a championship as team president.

How the Blues Went From Last Place to the Stanley Cup Finals

By Ben Shpigel

On Jan. 3, St. Louis had the worst record in the N.H.L. On Tuesday, the Blues became the Western Conference champions.

How the Blues Went From Last Place to the Stanley Cup Finals

By Ben Shpigel

On Jan. 3, St. Louis had the worst record in the N.H.L. On Tuesday, the Blues became the Western Conference champions.

Big Question at the Hockey World Championship: Who’s No. 1 (in the Draft)?

By JULIE ROBENHYMER

Jack Hughes of the U.S., the top-rated North American prospect, and Kaapo Kakko of Finland, the top European prospect, are under the microscope as they play for their national teams.

Blues 5, Sharks 0 | St. Louis leads series, 3-2: N.H.L. Playoffs: Blues, With Hat Trick and Shutout, Move 1 Win From Finals

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Jaden Schwartz scored three times and Jordan Binnington stopped 21 shots against the Sharks. Vladimir Tarasenko added a goal on St. Louis’s first playoff penalty shot in 51 years.

As the Blues Seek the Stanley Cup, a Hockey Hub Grows in St. Louis

By BEN SHPIGEL

The pipeline of American hockey, which snakes from Massachusetts west into Michigan and Minnesota, has meandered south, to Missouri.

Britannia Rules the … Rink? Maybe One Day

By BRIAN PINELLI

Ranked 22nd in the world, the British have yet to win a game in this year’s world hockey championships. But ice hockey has grown in Britain.

As the Blues Seek the Stanley Cup, a Hockey Hub Grows in St. Louis

By BEN SHPIGEL

The pipeline of American hockey, which snakes from Massachusetts west into Michigan and Minnesota, has meandered south, to Missouri.

John Davidson Returning to Rangers to Be Team President

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

A former goaltender and television analyst for decades in New York helped turn around the Blue Jackets the past seven seasons.

Bruins Sweep the Hurricanes to Reach the Stanley Cup Finals

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

With their seventh win in a row, Boston return to the Cup finals after winning them in 2011 and losing to Chicago two years later.

It’s Good to Be the Sharks: Another Big Refereeing Decision Benefits San Jose

By VICTOR MATHER

On Wednesday, an apparent hand pass wasn’t called. In the last series, a goal was disallowed. In the first series, the Sharks benefited from a five-minute major.

Sharks Beat the Blues on a Disputed Goal

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Erik Karlsson scored 5 minutes 23 seconds into overtime after the officials missed a hand pass by Timo Meier.

Joe Pavelski Sparks the Sharks, Whether He’s on the Ice or Not

By KAREN CROUSE

After a terrifying crash to the ice in San Jose’s first-round playoff win, Pavelski needed staples to close a gash in his head and missed six games. His return has lifted the Sharks, and raised concern about brain trauma.

Blues 4, Sharks 2 | Series is tied, 1-1: Blues Defeat the Sharks, Tying Their Series

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Logan Couture scored two goals in a span of 1 minute 59 seconds for San Jose, giving him an N.H.L.-leading 13 this postseason, but that wasn’t enough.

Bruins 6, Hurricanes 2 | Boston leads series, 2-0: N.H.L. Playoffs: Bruins Surge Past the Hurricanes Again

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Matt Grzelcyk scored twice — his first career multigoal game — and Tuukka Rask made 21 saves for Boston, which scored the first six goals of the game.

Putin Shoots, Scores and Falls Face First on Hockey Ice

By PALKO KARASZ

President Vladimir V. Putin’s image of control slipped, just briefly, during a friendly game at the Bolshoi Ice Arena in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.

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