Pittsburgh Penguins netminder Jeff Zatkoff hasn’t played much this season, but he made the highlight-reel with a beautiful stick save in a relief appearance of Marc-Andre Fleury Friday against the Tampa Bay Lightning. More
A Bruins alumni event has collected a half-million dollars that goes toward maintaining the Jason Ritchie ’05 Memorial Rink.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers could be heading outdoors next season. According to a report, Pittsburgh could host an outdoor contest in 2017 and the teams could play a second outdoor game in Philadelphia in 2018.
The Flyers are only four points out of a wild card spot, but making the post-season may be tougher without their second-line center. Sean Couturier will miss the next four weeks with a lower-body injury.
The NHL implemented a program this season that ensures there is a concussion spotter at every game, but like the NHL's concussion protocol, the spotter doesn't have enough authority to properly do the job.
With Connor McDavid back and a hot goaltender, are the Oilers suddenly positioned for a late-season playoff push?
It’s not a sure sign he’s set to return anytime soon, but Carey Price skated in partial goalie equipment Friday and worked on his lateral movement in the crease. Price has been out since Nov. 27, and it is reportedly the first time he’s skated in goalie equipment since returning to the ice Jan. 11.
The Czech Republic World Cup team is set to be built by former NHLer Martin Rucinsky, and some familiar faces will join him on the staff. Vinny Prospal, Jaroslav Spacek and Jiri Fischer will all be a part of the Czech entry.
Jason Spezza has been a point-per-game player over his past 20 games, but the Stars center could be out of the lineup for an important stretch of games after being forced out of Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury.
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