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The St. Louis Blues are on a high and currently occupy first place overall in the NHL, but it might not be a good idea to start planning that parade route just yet. Their dismal record against California teams could haunt them in the playoffs. More
The Vancouver Canucks’ unwillingness to move center Ryan Kesler by last week’s trade deadline generated almost as much attention as the deals involving other notable stars.
The Blues goaltending coach discusses the Ryan Miller trade and how it's affected Brian Elliott, now a backup, and Jaroslav Halak, now a Washington Capital.
When Rogers and the NHL signed a new 12-year, $5.2 billion broadcast rights deal, changes were inevitable on Hockey Night in Canada. Though the program will still be hosted on CBC for at least the next four years Rogers, as rights holder, will now have its hand in the operation.
Toronto league focuses on players’ abilities, not disabilities, as special needs kids and adults get to play hockey
Saginaw Spirit center Terry Trafford has not been seen since March 3 and the junior hockey world is very concerned. The Toronto native may have been in trouble with the team.
Goalie Brian Elliott made sure the fans in St. Louis didn't forget about him last night, stretching out for an incredible save on Minnesota's excellent youngster, Mikael Granlund.
Henrik Lundqvist is making his case to be considered the best goalie in Rangers history.
It was a decade yesterday since the Todd Bertuzzi-Steve Moore incident and what have we've learned? Not much has changed since that night in Vancouver when Bertuzzi, seeking revenge for a previous dirty hit from Moore on Markus Naslund, jumped Moore from behind, punched him and drove him face first into the ice.
It's our XL-sized Olympics Collector's Edition, featuring the best of Canada's men's dominant performance and the women's dramatic gold. We profile Canada's Drew Doughty, Mike Babcock and OT hero Marie Philip-Poulin, say goodbye to Teemu Selanne and break down what went wrong for Team USA.Buy now
The Hockey News celebrates Canada’s world domination in our 100-page Commemorative Edition, as the men and women leave the 2014 Games in Sochi with gold around their necks. We included features on the men and women who made the difference, double-page bios of the players and masterminds behind the win and a vivid photo gallery chronicling every gameBuy now
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