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Patrick Roy's Son Is L'enfant Terrible

It's been making the rounds on the ol' interweb lately and has become a YouTube staple, so we thought we'd share it with you. Jonathan Roy - son of legendary Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche goaltender Patrick Roy - went berzerk last weekend during a Quebec Major Junior Hockey League game. After losing his mind in the above clip, the younger Roy was suspended seven games and fined $500 for his attack on opposing netminder Bobby Nadeau. We at the Beat think the punishment might've been...
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Eliminated Islanders Stop Penguins

The Islanders won't be raising any banners this year, but they haven't quit either. (Flickr photo by dethtrip99) The New York Islanders are officially eliminated from the NHL playoffs, but that doesn't mean they're just going to pack it in. Tonight, at home, they took out the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1. Bill Guerin, Richard Park, Sean Bergenheim and Trent Hunter scored for the Isles while Wade Dubielewicz stopped 28 shots for the victory. Petr Sykora notched the Pens' only tally. Pittsburgh was...
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Rangers Shootout Devils in New Jersey

Henrik Lundqvist was big for the Rangers as they defeated the Devils in a shootout. (AP Images) If this was a playoff series preview, then hell, let's get the NHL postseason underway now. In an exciting contest that belied the final score, the New York Rangers earned a big 2-1 shootout victory over divisional rivals New Jersey in the swamp on Wednesday night. The win moved the Rangers to an impressive 6-0 record against the Devils this season and moved New York to within four-points of Eastern...
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Philadelphia Flyers Beat Atlanta Thrashers 3-2

Atlanta Thrashers' Eric Perrin moves the puck as the Philadelphia Flyers' Vaclav Prospal follows. (AP Images) In the chase for the playoffs, Philadelphia maintained their grip on their eighth spot in the Eastern Conference in a 3-2 win over the Atlanta Thrashers on Tuesday night. The game started rocky for Philadelphia, as Antero Niittymaki allowed a goal just 58 seconds in. However, he had a near-perfect remainder of the game, enabling the Flyers to earn their 10th straight series win against...
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Sabres Rattle Hurricanes in 7-1 Rout

Patrick Kaleta scores on Cam Ward in Buffalo. (AP Images) The Buffalo Sabres did their best impersonation of the Harlem Globetrotters on Friday night, scoring at will against Carolina. On their first seven shots, the Sabres fired four goals past Hurricanes goalie Cam Ward en route to a 7-1 romp in Buffalo, N.Y. Derek Roy led the attack with two goals and an assist as the Sabres ended a four-game losing streak. They’re now just two points behind Philadelphia for the final playoff spot in the...
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NHL Betting: Sens, Habs Battle for Northeast Divison Lead

Daniel Alfredsson leads the Senators into Montreal tonight in a big Northeast Division battle. (AP Images) Starting tonight, the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens are going to be seeing a lot of each other. With just 11 games left in the regular season, the two teams will meet three times down the stretch in what should be a thrilling and hard-fought battle for division and conference supremacy. Just two points separate the teams, and it's the Senators playing the role of chasers as they...
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Yankee Stadium to Host Outdoor NHL Game?

Could the last event ever at Yankee Stadium be a hockey game? (Flickr image by jebb) The New York Rangers would like to host an outdoor NHL hockey game at Yankee Stadium next season. "It's something we've spoken both to the Yankees and to the city about," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told the New York Daily News. "But it's not a done deal. There are still other possibilities and a lot of moving pieces." The fact an outdoor hockey game could be the last event ever at Yankee Stadium will...
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Sidney Crosby Scores Two as Penguins Top Capitals, 4-2

The Penguins are back on top in the East thanks to Sid the Kid. (AI Wire file photo) Sidney Crosby has never scored an easier goal. The Penguins' superstar got credit for the winning goal when the Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom inadvertently shot the puck into his own net on Sunday afternoon, giving Pittsburgh a 4-2 victory at home. The Penguins were -110 favorites on the puckline (meaning a winning hockey bet of $110 would net $100). The betting total was a push at six goals. The goal...
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NHL Betting: Forsberg Posts Two Assists as Avalanche Top Stars

Peter Forsberg gets an atta-boy from Joe Sakic. (AP Images) Foppa is back - finally. The Colorado Avalanche returned Peter Forsberg to the fold in hopes he could spark a run to the postseason. He went pointless in his first two games and looked weary skating in the NHL for the first time in more than a year. But on Saturday things started to click and the Avs sent notice to the Western Conference that they’re once again formidable. Behind Forsberg’s two assists, the Avalanche rallied to...
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NHL Betting: Devils Bottle Lightning, Charge Back to First Place

Martin Brodeur notched his 37th win of the season. (AP Images) The Devils are back in first place. After ceding the top spot in the Eastern Conference to Pittsburgh two weeks ago, New Jersey reclaimed its perch when Patrik Elias tallied with 58 seconds to play in overtime on Friday night. The Devils beat the Tampa Bay Lightning, 2-1, in Newark, N.J., to climb over their idle Atlantic Division rivals from Pennsylvania. Elias converted on a 2-on-1 break with Zach Parise. His shot got by new...
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