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Red Wings' Chelios breaks NHL record with 22nd post-season appearance

In his 23-season career, Chelios has been relegated to watching the playoffs only once. He has won two Stanley Cups.

Hall of Famer Ray Bourque held the previous mark, appearing in 21 post-seasons.

The 45-year-old Chelios became the second-oldest player to be in the playoffs and trails only Hall of Famer Gordie Howe, who was 52 when he played with Hartford in 1980 after a stellar career with the Red Wings.

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Slim and None Podcast: Episode 11 – The WHA Rocks the Hockey World... and Signs Bobby Hull

When the Winnipeg Jets signed Bobby Hull early on in the WHA's lifespan, it ended up being one of the biggest signings in sports history, giving the league legitimacy. Hull shares his thoughts on signing the deal and the legacy of the WHA.

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Stanley Cup Playoff Storylines: Rangers, Oilers Looking to Rebound

Two fierce battles are set to take place Friday evening, including Game 2 in the wild Battle of Alberta. Can both teams stay cool and get the goaltending they need? Will the Rangers give their goalie more support?

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Getzlaf, Nurse, Subban Named 2022 King Clancy Finalists

The NHL announced that Anaheim's Ryan Getzlaf, Edmonton's Darnell Nurse, and New Jersey's PK Subban are the three finalists for the 2022 King Clancy Memorial Trophy.