Minnesota Wild winger Jason Zucker got a serious scare Sunday afternoon when the skate blade of Kings winger Kyle Clifford accidentally rose up and struck him in the throat. More
The Rangers' Martin St-Louis and Rick Nash scored four seconds apart Sunday against San Jose. That's right. Four seconds. About as long as it takes you to get to the end of this sentence. Click the above link for video.
Steven Stamkos has already reached the 60-goal plateau once in his career and was on his way before injury derailed him in 2013-14. Could Stamkos bury 60 again this season, or should he be shooting higher?
Whether it was the piece that could make a team a Cup contender or just a signing that added some much-needed depth, some fresh faces are already making their mark.
In this week’s edition of Getting to Know, Mark Malinowski catches up with former Los Angeles King Jim Thomson, who shares a story about a wild American League game that had some crazy fan involvement.
The Panthers may have lost to the Capitals in a shootout, but Jonathan Huberdeau made sure to pay homage to one of the all-time greatest goals.
Friday night's stick save by Minnesota Wild goaltender was amazing, but Robin Lehner was not to be outdone. On Saturday night, the Senators netminder absolutely robbed Blue Jackets' forward Alexander Wennberg.
Hockey fans can be a little crazy. Some of us even pride ourselves on it. But this super fan is taking things to the next level, getting close enough to reach out and touch one of his favourites, Brendan Gallagher.
The Colorado Avalanche were destined to fall after their 2013-14 season. This season has started with the Avs on the ropes. There's hope for Avalanche fans yet, though, and ironically, that hope lies within their advanced statistics.
Roberto Luongo takes over as special guest editor, telling you in his Notebook about what really happened in Vancouver, why he’s become a Twitter sensation and how life has changed since returning to Florida. ‘Lu’ also goes 1-on-1 with Canadiens goalie prospect Zach Fucale for a can’t-miss Q&A and handpicks each of the stories in the issue from front to back.Buy now
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