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How Devils' Miles Wood shook off rookie mistakes en route to career game

PHILADELPHIA -- Miles Wood looked frustrated as he went to the box for two minor penalties in the first two periods of the Devils' 4-1 win over the Flyers.

But two goals later, those mistakes were a distant thought.

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A.J. Greer's Risk Paid Off

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Like Father, Like Son: All-Access

It's all relative for Randy Wood and his son Miles, who is making an immediate impact with the Devils during his rookie campaign

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Bruins Notebook: Frank Vatrano gets back to goal work

SUNRISE, Fla. — The hopes were high for Frank Vatrano all summer. Last season he had scored 36 goals in 36 games for AHL Providence, and though it didn't completely translate at the NHL level, there were enough flashes (8-3-11 totals in 39 games in Boston) to give Bruins management reasonable expectations that he'd push for a top-six forward role this season.

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Jack Eichel scores twice to give Sabres win

BUFFALO — Jack Eichel scored twice in the third period to give the Buffalo Sabres a 4-3 win against the New York Rangers at KeyBank Center on Thursday.

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Rangers' Jimmy Vesey Shows His Skill, and Toughness

GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Jimmy Vesey scored the fourth goal of his fledgling N.H.L. career for the Rangers on Wednesday night, but Boston Bruins forward David Pastrnak crosschecked him into the end boards before Vesey had much of a chance to celebrate.

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Pittsburgh Penguins' Nick Bonino brings the Stanley Cup back to where he turned it all around

AVON, Conn. — Along the winding roads that lead to Avon Old Farms prep school, signs read "To the Cup," with an arrow directing fans to the campus where former student-athlete Nick Bonino was bringing the Stanley Cup.