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Montreal defenseman Alex Emelin will likely get a look from Brendan Shanahan Friday after the Russian received a five minute major and a game misconduct for an elbow on Philadelphia's Steve Downie. More
Earlier this week the Calgary Flames welcomed Jarome Iginla back for the first time since he was traded away from the franchise. Could another former Flames star be returning to the team in a management role next?
Looking at some under the radar players you'll be able to pick up on the waiver wire to make up for some of your injuries.
The Chicago Blackhawks have played 34 games this season and in almost half of them – 14 to be exact – they have scored at least five goals. It’s no surprise they are by far the highest scoring team in the NHL and it should come as no shock that the defending champs head our Power Rankings for this week.
In a completely unexpected move, Canadian national women's team coach Dan Church has resigned. Why? Nobody's quite certain yet.
Major League Baseball announced it was banning home plate collisions by 2015 – a move that shows NHL brass shouldn't be hiding behind hockey history to avoid necessary changes to make the sport safer.
Ex-Flames GM Jay Feaster did a good job rebuilding a derelict development system in Calgary. But he was slow in acknowledging the team needed a rebuild and he was often fleeced when it came to trades.
Brian Burke is on a mission to restore the Calgary Flames to glory and that path will not include Jay Feaster and John Weisbrod. In a press conference where he announced the dismissal of the GM and assistant GM, Burke set forth a vision for the franchise that skews more closely to his philosophies on the game.
In our daily preview of NHL games, we look at the hurting Blue Jackets and Rangers, Isles youngster Ryan Strome and much more.
It’s our Rookie Issue, highlighting the best of this year’s freshman crop from cover boy Seth Jones to his buddy Nathan MacKinnon in Colorado. Also included: an analysis of the regime change in Buffalo and celebrating 25 years of Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em with Don Cherry.Buy now
Greatest Teams of All-Time profiles in detail the top 25 Stanley Cup winning organizations since the creation of the NHL in 1917. Our writers describe each team's most defining moment that championship season and break down the formation of each winning squad, many of whom were dynasties.Buy now
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