If there’s one play that can convince you these aren’t the New York Islanders you’re used to, this might be it. The Isles make four tape-to-tape, gorgeous passes to set Mikhail Grabovski up for a tap-in. It’ll make you feel bad for Henrik Lundqvist. More
Zach Parise is going to need some dental repairs after taking a puck to the face on Tuesday. But don’t worry, because Parise didn’t lose the tooth completely. He made sure to pick it up off the ice for safekeeping.
Montreal’s Alexei Emelin and Anaheim’s Ryan Kesler could find themselves in hot water following a pair of borderline plays last night. Neither has a suspension history, but the Department of Player Safety will be looking at these hits.
Montreal's master goaltender has been keeping the Canadiens in the win column thanks to his tireless ability to stop pucks. Even with Montreal getting dinged in possession stats, the Habs continue to ride high thanks to Price's netminding.
The Penguins and Blues traded centers Wednesday, with Pittsburgh sending Marcel Goc to St. Louis in exchange for Maxim Lapierre. The Pens get edgier with the move, but on a team that already has Steve Downie, was it necessary?
Sidney Crosby is known worldwide as a hockey icon, but that doesn't mean people and publications always spell his name right – including his own team's game program.
Veteran winger Radek Dvorak, who played 18 seasons with seven teams, retired from the NHL Tuesday. He wasn't spectacular, but the Czech native holds a Panthers team record and stuck around hockey's top league longer than most.
Martin Brodeur is set to announce his retirement and join the St. Louis Blues front office. Time to look back on the best moments in his amazing career.
When he announces his retirement from the NHL on Thursday, Martin Brodeur will join the St. Louis Blues front office. But New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello fully expects to have Brodeur back in the fold as early as next season.
In this year's THN Collector's Edition, we look at the greatest rivalries in the history of hockey – it's the unforgettable blood feuds, like the Bruins/Canadiens and Red Wings/Avalanche, that make the sport what it is. On top of the 46 best bitter battles, we look at each current NHL team's top rivalry and who's Public Enemy No. 1 in that city. Hockey's Greatest Rivalries is 160+ pages of Battle Royale!Buy now
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