Carey Price hasn’t played since Nov. 27 and, according to a report, the Canadiens might not be expecting him back for the rest of the regular season. Price, 28, is apparently battling an MCL injury in his right knee. More
The Anaheim Ducks are starting to find their offensive touch, and that’s not a good thing for opposing teams. Watch as David Perron finishes off a beautiful passing play involving Chris Stewart and Ryan Getzlaf.
Flyers blueliner Radko Gudas is at it again with another questionable hit. But what rule did he break?
The Columbus Blue Jackets have inked Ryan Murray to a two-year, $5.65-million extension that will lock the defenseman up until the 2018-19 season. Murray, 22, has four goals and 17 points in 55 games this season.
Former NHL all-star Jeremy Roenick joins The Hockey News Podcast for Episode 3. JR talks about trades, the Winnipeg Jets, and Chicago pizza.
Tobias Lindberg was one of the nine bodies that shuffled between Ottawa and Toronto in the Dion Phaneuf trade, but could be a key to the deal if he develops into a second-liner at the NHL level.
The Red Wings, already without Niklas Kronwall and Mike Green, may also be down Danny DeKeyser as the defenseman was injured while blocking a shot Wednesday. Fortunately DeKeyser suffered a bruise not a break, but he’s still day-to-day.
Arizona Coyotes center Joe Vitale played 6:13 during an Oct. 17 game against the Boston Bruins, and that may be his total ice time for the 2015-16 season. Vitale, 30, suffered a concussion and broken orbital bone and it appears he’ll be shutdown for the remainder of the campaign.
San Jose Barracuda coach Roy Sommer became the AHL’s all-time leader in wins Wednesday. Sommer’s 637th win broke a 60-year-old mark set by Fred ‘Bun’ Cook and Cook had been the record holder since 1943. Sommer has spent his entire 18-season AHL coaching career with San Jose’s affiliates.
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