NHL referees blow calls on a regular basis. But sometimes the botch jobs are spectacular. And during Wednesday's games between the Capitals and Red Wings, we saw one of the worst blown calls in recent memory. More
Rangers defenseman John Moore was suspended Wednesday by the NHL for five games due to the headshot he gave to Minnesota Wild center Erik Haula. Is it enough to stop Moore from reoffending? Of course not.
The lightning-quick freshman has a unique quirk in his contract that means the usual threshold for sending a player back to junior without consequence doesn't apply to him. Find out how it all breaks down.
When you play over 1200 games in the NHL spanning over nearly 20 seasons, win two Stanley Cups, and make a living scoring goals, you’re bound to pick up a few souvenirs along the way. Thanks to one of the most iconic goal-scorers in hockey history, now you can own a little piece of hockey history.
Already without all-world defenseman Zdeno Chara, the B's have taken another hit as their tenacious young offensive blueliner is out for a couple weeks with a broken finger. Can they ford this river of injuries?
Eric Gryba of the Ottawa Senators was kicked out of Tuesday night's game against the Columbus Blue Jackets for his hit on Artem Anisimov, who's out day-to-day with an apparent concussion. This is one of those hits that vexes the hockey world when it comes to deciding whether or not to suspend.
The Sabres and Hurricanes are playing historically bad hockey, lapping the field in the race for Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel.
The Avalanche are struggling on defense, and they could use an experienced puck-mover. Washington's Mike Green is in the final year of his contract and could hit free-agency in July, making him a perfect fit for a struggling Avalanche squad.
The Senators tough guy got a misconduct for his actions in a fight against the Columbus scrapper Tuesday night, but did the veteran actually attempt to blind his opponent? You be the judge.
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