Another day, another St. Louis Blue on the IR. The Blues announced Monday defenseman Alex Pietrangelo will miss at least three weeks with a right knee injury. Pietrangelo, 26, is averaging more than 26 minutes per game for the Blues and has three goals and 23 points in 55 games. More
Super Bowl ads and their monster budgets steal the spotlight when it comes to sports-related commercials, but there have been some great hockey spots, too. These aren't necessarily among them, but they should bring a smile to your face if not make you guffaw out loud.
Dustin Byfuglien won’t be heading anywhere at the trade deadline. The Winnipeg Jets announced Monday they have signed Byfuglien, 30, to a five-year, $38-million extension. He was set to become a free agent at season’s end and has 15 goals and 32 points this season.
Wayne Simmonds somehow escaped supplementary discipline for punching an opponent in the head and concussing him as well as throwing his stick across the ice. And Ryan McDonagh got away with a nasty crosscheck.
No Philadelphia Flyer has ever won the Calder Trophy, but Shayne Gostisbehere could change that this season. The 22-year-old has been scoring at an incredible rate for a rookie defenseman and he’s been one of the most valuable Flyers this season.
Michael Grabner never forgot the Broncos fandom of his former billet Rachel McCann. The 28-year-old Maple Leafs winger gifted McCann and her husband with tickets and airfare to the Super Bowl to witness the Broncos win the NFL title.
Reports suggest the Bruins could try moving Loui Eriksson for a defenseman.
A young Blues fan was passed a game-used stick by Vladimir Tarasenko. Instead of keeping it, though, he gifted it to a young fan who seemed upset at missing the chance to take home a piece of memorabilia from his favorite player.
The former NHL star has released his own country music album and he doesn't pull any punches with his raw, real lyrics. Find out how his life influenced the music he is now performing.
Dream Teams ranks the top 50 NHL hockey factories from the CHL and NCAA. Our panel of judges studied the all-time rosters from all 108 active major junior and Div. I teams and established a lineup of six first-team all-stars from each organization, based on what they did in the NHL. Dream Teams also catches up with some of these major juniors.Buy now