The NHL is on pace to have its lowest-scoring Art Ross Trophy winner since Beatlemania and with the season more than three-quarters complete, there is not a single player on pace to hit the 90-point mark. There has to be an advanced stat to explain all of this. More
After a deadline where the Maple Leafs were expected to move out some of their high-priced players but failed to do so, it appears it will be a busy offseason in Toronto. It’s expected the Leafs will look at trade options for Dion Phaneuf, Phil Kessel, Tyler Bozak and Joffrey Lupul.
New York Islanders winger Matt Martin hasn’t been suspended in four years, but he could be facing a hearing following a knee-on-knee collision with Dallas Stars defenseman Trevor Daley. Daley will be out, “weeks,” according to coach Lindy Ruff.
Frederik Andersen won the 50th game of his career in his 68th career decision Wednesday night, tying the record set by Hall of Famer Bill Durnan. Andersen did it in style, too, robbing Erat with a ridiculous glove save.
One half of Vancouver's wonder twins broke a nice barrier Tuesday night, but as this season has proven, the Sedins still have a tough time garnering respect around the league.
In this disaster of a season for the Maple Leafs, their players and fans have grown angrier and angrier. And that's why the presence of team president Brendan Shanahan – a calm and patient voice of reason – is so beneficial to their future.
The Florida Panthers had an extraordinary turn of events in goal Tuesday against Toronto: netminders Roberto Luongo and Al Montoya both suffered injuries, and 41-year-old goalie coach Robb Tallas – who hadn't played an NHL game in 14 years – was called into backup duty.
Maple Leafs players Joffrey Lupul and Dion Phaneuf – as well as Phaneuf's wife, actress Elisha Cuthbert – announced Tuesday they would sue broadcaster TSN if it didn't apologize and compensate them for using an inappropriate tweet on their trade deadline show Monday.
Mark Giordano was the frontrunner for the Norris Trophy at the quarter pole of the season. Is 61 games and a great all-around performance enough for him to win the best defenseman award or should it go to a blueliner who plays 70-plus games?
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