Eastern Conference & Daniel Alfredsson

The Eastern Conference is one of two conferences in the National Hockey League (NHL) used to divide teams. Daniel Alfredsson (born 11 December 1972) is a Swedish professional ice hockey player. 5.0/5

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NHL Predictions 2013-2014 Atlantic Division: 1. Boston Bruins: Coming off the Stanley Cup finals, the Bruins traded young star Tyler Seguin to the Stars for consistent Loui Eriksson and signed Jarome Iginla (who last year declined a trade to the Bruins). Anyways, the Bruins still have their core from last season and will remain a contender to win the Eastern Conference. 2. Detroit Red Wings: Towards the end of last season, on the playoff bubble, the Red Wings played excellent hockey and nearly defeated the eventual Cup winning Blackhawks in the second round. A switch to the Eastern conference and signing of old swede Daniel Alfredsson will keep the Red Wings a threat in the Eastern Conference. 3. Montreal Canadiens: The Canadiens went from 15th to 2nd in one year thanks to rookies Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher and the rise of PK Subban. I think the Habs can make a nice playoff run if goaltender Carey Price is more consistent 4. Ottawa Senators: Through a season where their stars were injured, Otta ...
Decrease Text SizeIncrease Text Size Text Size The Toronto Maple Leafs get their first taste of the Detroit Red Wings as a divisional rival in over 15 years as the teams meet this evening at Joe Louis Arena in exhibition play and the first of a home-and-home series. The Leafs moved from the Central Division and Western Conference to the Northeast and Eastern Conference at the start of the 1998-99 season, leaving behind the Red Wings. The last time the two Original Six clubs met as divisional opponents was March 18, 1998 in Detroit when Kris Draper had two goals and Norm Maracle backstopped the Wings to a 5-2 win over Felix Potvin and the Leafs. A happier memory for Leafs fans is the last time the two teams met in the playoffs. Nikolai Borschevsky scored in overtime of Game 7 as the Leafs eliminated the Wings in an upset in the Western Conference quarterfinals of 1993. Not only will the Leafs get their first look at the Wings this season, they will also take on another old foe tonight in Daniel Alfredsson. ...
Pittsburgh Penguins score 4 goals in third period, take 3-1 series lead VS Ottawa Senators. Sidney Crosby was careful not to get too far ahead of himself after helping the Pittsburgh Penguins rout the Ottawa Senators for a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinal series. "I'm not talking about anything ahead of Game 5," the Pittsburgh captain said when asked about a potential Eastern Conference final against the Boston Bruins. But after the Penguins' 7-3 victory Wednesday night, it's hard to imagine Crosby and his teammates aren't starting to think about facing the Bruins, who are up 3-0 over the New York Rangers. Jarome Iginla and James Neal each scored twice, Crosby, Chris Kunitz and Pascal Dupuis added goals, and Tomas Vokoun made 30 saves. Down 2-1 after the first period, the Penguins scored twice in a 40-second span early in the second and added four goals in the first 10 minutes of the third. Milan Michalek, Kyle Turris and Daniel Alfredsson scored for Ottawa. Senators goalie Craig Anderson was ...
MONTREAL – If the Senators planned to end the series on theroad, it was without a doubt that it should be done sooner rather than later. Acomplete domination of the Montreal Canadiens in Game 5 lifted the seventhseeded Ottawa Senators to a 6-1 rout and a 4-1 series win at Centre Bell Thursdaynight. Captain Daniel Alfredsson and his first line along with Ottawa’s fourthline scored five of the six goals with Cory Conachar scoring a goal and twoassists. The Canadiens try to hold on to what’s left of their team asthey face elimination In Game 5 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal. In agame where 23 seconds made the biggest difference for the seventh seededSenators, the Habs fell apart and lost key players in a fight for their playoffhopes. Peter Budaj earned his first start for the Habs as Carey Price suffereda lower body injury at the conclusion of Game 4. He would face a Senators teamthat is suddenly finding their offensive strength and feed off the reality ofbeing up two games. Montreal is still a ...
Just to recap the games played today: Toronto caps off yet another win in their book against the Ottawa Senators. With a win on Friday and a little bit of outside help, the Toronto Maple Leafs have a chance at taking first place in the Eastern Conference. Must be exciting for Leafs fans! Goals: Ottawa - Mika Zibanejad, Zack Smith, Daniel Alfredsson, Colin Greening Toronto - Tyler Bozak, Jay Mcclement, James Van Riemsdyk, Phil Kessel, Nazem Kadri Anaheim shuts out Phoenix 2-0. Goals: Phoenix - None Anaheim - Corey Perry, Ryan Getzlaf Colorado and Chicago had a great game. Colorado had a 2-1 lead going into the 3rd when Blackhawks rallied to tie the game and eventually score the game winner with less than a minute left in regulation! Goals: Colorado - John Mitchell, Matt Duchene Chicago - Andrew Shaw, Jonathan Toews, Daniel Carcillo The Calgary Flames picked up a big 4-1 win over the San Jose Sharks. Miikka Kiprusoff made 32 saves in his return from injury to help spearhead the Flames to victory. With that ...
April 26: Daniel Alfredsson Post-game - Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson speaks with media after a 2-1 loss to the New York Rangers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference quarter-final. - With NHL Ottawa Senators Online you get all hockey, all access, all the time, live and direct around the league, ...
The Ottawa Senators will have Daniel Alfredsson back in the lineup tonight when they try to eliminate the top-seeded New York Rangers in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference quarter-finals at Scotiabank Place.
Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson spent 70 minutes on the ice earlier this afternoon, then declared afterward he's "hopeful" that he'll be able to rejoin the fray Monday night (7 p.m., CBC, Team 1200), when Ottawa attempts to apply the clincher in its Eastern Conference quarter-final series against the heavily favoured New York Rangers.
The New York Rangers of the NHL are not happy with the decision to suspend Carl Hagelin. The striker will be for games 3, 4 and 5 of the quarter-finals in the Eastern Conference after his elbow at the head of the Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson game 2. Alfredsson left the game and did not ...
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