The lawyer representing Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov said after talking to the victim of Voynov's alleged domestic assault that no charges will be laid and Voynov will be cleared to join the Kings, but could offer no firm timeline. More
The Oilers have finally gotten into the win column, but it might be time for a shakeup in Oil Country. The Bruins could be a nice landing spot for some of their stars.
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford says he may re-sign goalie Marc-Andre Fleury during the regular season – but that would be rewarding a player who, quite frankly, hasn't done enough to deserve that recommitment. At least, not yet.
The boys in Orange and Black are off to a rough start, but is it a structural problem, or a combination of bad luck and a pretty tough schedule early on?
Blues star defenseman Alex Pietrangelo shaved his head this week, and for good reason: in support of his five-year-old niece who is battling a rare cancer. In this video, Pietrangelo discusses her bravery.
A report suggests the Blue Jackets could be without the services of right winger Nathan Horton for at least the rest of the season – and perhaps, for good, if the injury he's dealing with is career-ending. That's not good for Columbus' playoff aspirations.
We all knew Tuukka Rask was talented, but the perennial Vezina contender recently showed off some skills you may not have known he had: playing the drums. Look out, Neil Peart.
The New York Islanders first-rounder has been snubbed numerous times by his nation, but Hockey Canada will give him a chance to strut his stuff at the Super Series against the Russians.
Tanner Pearson has made the most of what little ice time he has received this season, leading the Kings in scoring and not being on the ice for a single goal against. It makes you wonder what he'd be capable of accomplishing if the Kings played him more.
Roberto Luongo takes over as special guest editor, telling you in his Notebook about what really happened in Vancouver, why he’s become a Twitter sensation and how life has changed since returning to Florida. ‘Lu’ also goes 1-on-1 with Canadiens goalie prospect Zach Fucale for a can’t-miss Q&A and handpicks each of the stories in the issue from front to back.Buy now
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