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Boston's Brad Marchand and the Rangers' Dan Carcillo are two of the NHL's premier agitators – and although their antics Tuesday angered some, the color they bring to the playoffs is welcome. More
When Kari Lehtonen was traded away from the Atlanta Thrashers in 2010, he was regarded as injury-prone and unreliable as a starter. But he's been much better in Dallas and now, on the playoff stage, can earn a new reputation.
The Hockey Night in Canada host apologized for dredging up Francois Charron's ethnicity in the Montreal series, but MacLean should have examined a different factor in the controversy.
Who says the Sharks veterans don't step it up in the clutch? Patrick Marleau built on his playoff overtime magic to give San Jose a Game 3 win and an insurmountable 3-0 series lead.
Dan Carcillo has played most of his Stanley Cup playoff games in a Philadelphia uniform, but when you return as an enemy, Flyers fans let you know. And after Carcillo scored in Game 4, his celebration was perfect.
Without Ben Bishop, the Tampa Bay Lightning were at a significant disadvantage. But there was more to blame than goaltending for their four-game ouster by the Canadiens: Tampa struggled on defense, too.
Val Fonteyne had four full NHL seasons in which he never was assessed as much as a minor penalty. But the journeyman penalty killer never was awarded the Lady Byng.
NHL free agency is always a crapshoot – and columnist Adam Proteau ranks the 10 biggest mistakes teams made when signing players last summer.
The dazzling left winger leads off our weekly roundup of the most notable names in the world of prospects. This week, the world under-18s are in the spotlight, too.
Why this year's Boston Bruins team has extra motivation to add another ring; an oral history with the members of the 1994 N.Y. Rangers on the 20th anniversary of their epic Cup run; and what really happened with Terry Trafford, the 20-year-old OHL who tragically took his own life.Buy now
The annual Future Watch issue taps into the expertise of a panel of 17 NHL scouts and GMs to determine the top 75 drafted prospects in the game and ranks the 30 NHL teams on the depth of their development systems. For hockey fans interested in what's next in each team's pipeline of talent, Future Watch is a unique and much-anticipated system report.Buy now
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