The Jets activated goaltender Ondrej Pavelec and demoted rookie standout Connor Hellebuyck. And while some in Winnipeg may be unhappy with the decision, it was the right move for the Jets’ chances at long-term success. More
Ducks winger Chris Stewart was sent back Anaheim Friday and will undergo tests to determine whether or not he broke his jaw in a fight with Columbus’ Dalton Prout. Stewart and Prout fought to end the second period, and Stewart did not return to the game.
A penalty and an empty net created the perfect conditions for Lake Erie's shorthanded bonanza in AHL action Thursday night.
The Wild have had one of the worst offenses in 2016 and finding a spark on offense could be all Minnesota needs to make another push for the post-season. GM Chuck Fletcher swung the deal to land Devan Dubnyk last season and the Wild could use another savvy deal this season.
After a torrid January and start to February that has seen him shoot up the stats leaderboard, Sidney Crosby has a legitimate chance at the Art Ross Trophy.
Karri Ramo went down with injury Thursday and it “doesn’t look very good,” according to coach Bob Hartley. Ramo, 29, has already been ruled out for Friday, but could miss even more time with the injury.
Kari Lehtonen stopped 44 shots Thursday night, but there was absolutely no way he was going to stop Patrick Kane’s booming slapshot in the third period. Watch Kane blow the puck past Lehtonen on a seeing-eye snipe.
It’s our Trade Deadline Preview, featuring the lowdown on what every team wants and who’s for sale until Feb. 29. Plus, say hello to Jamie Benn, the NHL's secret superstar.
R.J. Umberger has been held goalless for more than a full year, but he finally found the back of the next Thursday and he celebrated by raising his arms to the heavens. Before scoring Thursday, Umberger’s last goal came on Jan. 27, 2015.
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