At the Ducks’ home-opener, captain Ryan Getzlaf gave up his spot as the final skater to hit the ice as part of a pre-game ceremony. Instead, Kai Quinonez, a 13-year-old battling a rare blood disorder, took the ice last to huge applause from a sellout crowd at Honda Center. More
The big Buffalo Sabres center has not looked like a rookie in his first few NHL games and his goal against Columbus is proof. Watch Eichel fend off Boone Jenner and wire one past recent Vezina winner Sergei Bobrovsky.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper loves hockey, but he's not about to throw public money directly at arenas, whether it's for billionaires or rural communities that need a new place to play.
It may be hard to believe, but Steven Stamkos has already notched his 500th point. On a power play against the Bruins, Stamkos wound up and unleashed a blast from the top of the left circle that found its way past Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask.
Jack Jablonski was paralyzed during a high school game in 2011, but that hasn’t stopped him from chasing his NHL dream. Jablonski, 20, has landed his first NHL gig as a communications intern with the Los Angeles Kings in 2015-16.
The Chicago Blackhawks are off to a good start but GM Stan Bowman is still looking to improve the roster. Bowman is reportedly seeking a bottom-pairing defenseman via a trade or waivers. Defenseman Nikita Nikitin could be had from Edmonton and the Oilers could also shop goaltender Ben Scrivens, especially to a team like the Sabres seeking goaltending help.
Brad Marchand won’t be suiting up for Boston’s matinee against the Tampa Bay Lightning as the Bruins left winger has been sidelined indefinitely with a concussion. Marchand, 27, has scored 116 goals over the past five seasons, which is the most of any Bruins player since 2010-11.
Henrik Lundqvist’s stick stop could stand as save of the year, but that doesn’t mean the save won’t have challengers for the honor. In Czech League action, goaltender Marek Ciliak flew from right to left to turn aside a one-time attempt with his glove while on the penalty kill.
Sabres starting netminder Robin Lehner will be out for 6-10 weeks, according to Buffalo coach Dan Bylsma. With an unproven goaltending duo of Chad Johnson and Nathan Lieuwen, will the Sabres look within the organization or at the trade market for help in goal?
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