Canucks agitator Alex Burrows was ejected from Tuesday's game against Nashville after he received a five-minute major penalty for interference and a game misconduct for a headshot hit on Preds center Paul Gaustad. It's the latest in a long line of questionable incidents from a player who needs to change his style or be left behind. More
The Winnipeg Jets need all hands on deck in their battle to lock up a playoff spot – which is why the decision of star defenseman Dustin Byfuglien to cross-check Rangers forward J.T. Miller in the back of the head as he lay prone on the ice is such a dubious one. Look at the video evidence and decide – would you suspend Byfuglien?
Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin has been in the NHL for 10 seasons – and Tuesday against Carolina, he reached the 50-goal plateau for an incredible sixth time on a slick wrist shot past Cam Ward.
The Red Wings have been experiencing some issues in goal of late, as neither Jimmy Howard nor Petr Mrazek has shown much in the way of consistency. But Tuesday against Ottawa, Mrazek wowed Detroit's home crowd with an absolutely stunning stop on Senators winger Mark Stone.
Former NHLer Andre Deveaux was released from his Swedish League team Monday, but after prosecutors filed an arrest warrant for him Tuesday, his playing status is the least of his problems. Deveaux is now learning what others before him learned: teammates, teams and leagues can't always protect hockey players from the cold truths of the real world.
Who are this spring's paper tigers? We look at a trio of so-called powerhouses that could crumble when the going gets tough in the playoffs.
Days after a vicious attack of an opposing player during warmup, former NHLer Andre Deveaux is nowhere to be found. Swedish police are looking for Deveaux, and if he doesn't turn himself in soon, he could find himself on an international wanted list.
Florida faces a must-win tilt tonight with the Boston Bruins in hopes of keeping their playoff hopes alive. But even if the Cats don’t make the playoffs this season, the improvement in just one year is enough to believe the future is bright for the Panthers.
You would think that Western League franchises would prefer to see potential talents grow both physically and skill-wise for another season before drafting them, but they have their reasons out West.