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04/13/2012 - 6:52am
Mashup: NHL admits ref's error in Pittsburgh

The NHL acknowledged Thursday that a linesman missed an offsides call that led to the Flyers' first goal in Wednesday's playoff game vs. the Penguins. The goal, scored after Danny Briere took a pass a couple of feet past the blue line and skated in alone on net, started Philadelphia on a comeback from a 3-0 deficit that ended with the Flyers winning in overtime.

"There's no other way to explain it but a missed call," NHL senior executive vice president of hockey operations Colin Campbell told The Canadian Press. "We're as upset as Pittsburgh, almost. It's a mistake."

The call was missed by veteran linesman Tony Sericolo, who had been skating up the ice when he had to turn quickly the other way after the puck changed possession.

"It was a quick turnaround," Campbell said. "You can see it was a quick 70-foot pass -- the lineman was up with the play and then had to move quickly back, and he saw it from the...

04/12/2012 - 11:17pm
Kelly 'most surprised in building' on winner

Chris Kelly took Claude Julien's adage of "all overtime shots being good shots" to heart Thursday night. He came down the left wing and fired a shot that beat Braden Holtby just 78 seconds into overtime, lifting the Bruins to a 1-0 win over the Capitals in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series. The winner was a rocket of slap shot that just found space inside the far post and beat Holtby, who was spectacular in stopping the first 29 shots he faced.

"I think I was probably the most surprised in the building," Kelly said. "I think it might have went off the defenseman’s stick a little bit and changed up. Goalies are so good now that I think that the days of going down the wing and beating a goalie with a shot are long gone. I was pleasantly surprised to see it go in."

Julien thought it was very appropriate that the third-line center get the chance to play the hero in Game 1, especially after...

04/12/2012 - 9:29pm
Overkill: B's win Game 1 in OT

Chris Kelly unloaded a slap shot from the left circle that beat Braden Holtby just 1:18 into the first overtime to give the Bruins a 1-0 win over the Capitals Thursday night in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series at TD Garden. Tim Thomas stopped all 17 shots for the shutout. Game 2 will be Saturday afternoon, again in Boston.

With Washington's top two goalies not even dressing due to injury, Holtby stole the show. He stepped in for Tomas Vokoun and Michal Neuvirth and stopped the first 29 shots he faced. He was pressured heavily in the second period as the Bruins outshot the Capitals 17-2, making the shot differential 26-7 through two periods. 

The Bruins had plenty of chances to take the lead on the power play. But as has been the case in the last two weeks, the man advantage was not much help to Boston. The B's had a golden opportunity late in the first period when Jay Beagle was called for a double-minor high-sticking...

04/12/2012 - 4:28pm
Ainge: Would have made deals even with run

Appearing as a guest on The Big Show on Thursday, Celtics president Danny Ainge said that he still would have made a deal at the trade deadline knowing what he knows how about how his team has played recently.

"The deals I wanted to make I probably would have still wanted them," Ainge said. "I thought that I had a couple of deals that we could have been just as good as we are now and protected us in the future. I wouldn't say that, no."

Asked specifically about a rumored deal involving O.J. Mayo and Ray Allen, Ainge wouldn't bite.

"It doesn't even do any good to talk about those made-up rumors," he said. "There's going to be a lot of stuff out there but I can't confirm or deny any of them. It's not fair for me to talk about players on other teams or players from my own team that may or may not have been traded."

Ainge said he never could have predicted how the Celtics have played recently,...

04/12/2012 - 2:40pm
Faulk: I'm training to come back in 2012

Speaking while visiting Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence on Thursday, Patriots running back Kevin Faulk said he’s training to come back for another season with the team.

“I am training to come back and play. But it’s not up to me. It’s up to the team and everything. But I am planning on coming back, so we’ll see what happens,” Faulk said.

If Faulk does return in 2012, it would mark his 14th season with the Patriots. The 35-year-old running back has been limited the last couple of seasons because of a knee injury he suffered in a loss to the Jets early in the 2010 season.

“Everyone says, ‘You don’t have anything to prove.’ Which, I don’t. I don’t play the game of football to prove anything to anyone,” he said. “I play the game of football because I love it, I’m passionate about the game of football. It’s what I...

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