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Detroit vs. New Jersey game features a stellar save by each netminder.
The Columbus Blue Jackets keep on buzzing despite being without their Vezina Trophy-winning starting goalie.
Jonathan Drouin leaves game with "concussion-like" symptoms after hit from behind.
Former Edmonton Oilers owner Peter Pocklington was expected to report for a six-month prison sentence by Monday, but the 72-year-old has avoided that date with the law. But that doesn't mean his legal troubles have ended.
We're far enough into the season now that overachievers who aren't falling back to Earth can be considered the real deal, while underachievers staying on those paces can be considered in trouble. Here's a look at 10 players who have fallen well short of their expectations, to the point where it's harming their teams. Those who are starting to turn it around (e.g. Claude Giroux) were left off this list.
Patrick Marleau is on a trajectory to accomplish something extremely special in the history of the NHL. Based on all his attributes, Marleau can pass Gordie Howe for first place in all-time games played by the time he's 41.
Doesn't it always seem nowadays like the best games are in the West? That's certainly the case tonight, where tonight's premiere tilt has to the be the Ducks and Hawks in Chicago. As always, here's the lineup, who to expect between the pipes, where to watch the games and who the experts think is a sure-thing.
Now that we’re into the thick of the season, the rookie race is beginning to take more shape. Players who boomed out of the gates have either maintained their pace or succumbed to the increasing attention enemy teams paid towards them. Here’s a look at the race for the Calder Trophy right now.
It’s our Rookie Issue, highlighting the best of this year’s freshman crop from cover boy Seth Jones to his buddy Nathan MacKinnon in Colorado. Also included: an analysis of the regime change in Buffalo and celebrating 25 years of Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em with Don Cherry.Buy now
Greatest Teams of All-Time profiles in detail the top 25 Stanley Cup winning organizations since the creation of the NHL in 1917. Our writers describe each team's most defining moment that championship season and break down the formation of each winning squad, many of whom were dynasties.Buy now
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