The Los Angeles Kings and Mike Richards have reportedly reached a settlement regarding the termination of Richards’ contract. The Kings terminated Richards’ contract in June following an incident at the U.S.-Canada border. More
The Bruins may be without Zdeno Chara, but another Boston sports star has offered up his services. In a Facebook post, Tom Brady showed he's ready for the Bruins season by photoshopping himself onto the bench. He also offered to step in if the team needs a new enforcer.
The Winnipeg Jets have yet to work out contract extensions with captain Andrew Ladd and defenseman Dustin Byfuglien, which could make one or both the center of trade talks all season long. Meanwhile, St. Louis Blues captain David Backes has flown under the radar as a potential deadline target.
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After skating just 47 seconds in his debut with the Carolina Hurricanes, defenseman James Wisniewski left Thursday’s game with an apparent leg injury. Wisniewski had to be helped off the ice and did not return to the game.
Zach Parise didn’t waste any time making an impact in the 2015-16 season. With the Wild down 3-0 in the second period, Parise sparked a remarkable comeback as Minnesota scored four goals in little more than five minutes, capped by Parise’s hat trick goal, to earn a 5-4 victory.
If you hate the shootout, it appears your prayers have been answered. In the first 3-on-3 game of the regular season, the Flyers and Bolts went back and forth for insane action that included a penalty shot and a breakaway winner.
Buffalo Sabres rookie Jack Eichel notched his first career goal in his first career game. On the power play, Eichel took a pass from behind the Ottawa net and sniped a shot past Ottawa Senators netminder Craig Anderson.
Three days after being suspended for 41 games by the NHL Department of Player Safety, San Jose’s Raffi Torres issued a statement accepting the suspension and apologizing to Anaheim’s Jakob Silfverberg. Sharks GM Doug Wilson also released a statement supporting the league’s decision.
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