Jimmy Hayes is going to have nightmares.
Watch Rinne reach back and make a case for save of the year honors: Read more
There’s a lot that comes with getting traded. For instance, there are unfamiliar surroundings, changed expectations, a different role, and new teammates.
Jason Demers may still be getting used to being in Dallas, but he certainly ingratiated himself to his teammates in his first game with the Stars. With less than five minutes gone in the first period, Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll had to look back to catch a pass when Demers caught him with a nasty hip check: Read more
If you’ve never heard of David Aslin, you’ll remember his name after seeing this ridiculous between the legs goal.
Thing is, Aslin, a 25-year-old winger for the Swedish League’s Leksands IF, probably wasn’t too well known around Leksand before a trade sent him there from his former Vaxjo Lakers. But after going top shelf, between the legs on Lulea’s Joakim Lundstom, you have to think he’s going to be a fan favorite awfully quickly: Read more
It used to be that every time the now-retired Detroit Red Wing Nicklas Lidstrom wound up from center ice, looking like he was about to dump the puck in, that opposition goaltenders had to be on watch. More than once he had beaten goaltenders from that spot. It looks like Boston’s Dennis Seidenberg has been watching some game tape.
On Friday night, with the Boston visiting Columbus for a contest with the Blue Jackets, the Bruins defenseman tried fired a slapshot from the red line that is going to give Columbus netminder Sergei Bobrovsky nightmares: Read more
Remember Aito Iguchi? Sure you do. He was the 11-year-old stickhandling sensation that made his competition looks like they were wearing shoes out on the ice. Well, he’s back by popular demand.
Iguchi shows off another handful of his spectacular moves, including an incredible, spinning breakaway goal that you just have to see: Read more
When Rogers made their landmark deal for the NHL’s television rights in Canada, it became evident that the very way we watched hockey would change. Already this season, we’ve gotten looks that we’ve never seen before, for better or worse.
Now a new product has come along, called HWKI, which could revolutionize the way we watch big moments, the view of the referees, or see our favorite players game by game. You can see the product in action below: Read more
Amidst all the other accolades rookies Bo Horvat, John Klingberg, and Adam Clendening may receive, you can be certain that one thing they’ll never forget is there first NHL goals. For each, that marker came on Thursday night.
Horvat, the ninth overall pick in the 2013 draft, has only suited up for seven games for the Vancouver Canucks due to a shoulder injury that sidelined him for the first month of the season. It was lucky number seven that provided the former London Knight with his first tally: Read more
Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin has built a mile-long list of highlight reel goals – and he added some more footage to the collection with a dazzling, nearly end-to-end rush against the Colorado Avalanche Thursday that was the deciding marker in a 3-2 Washington victory.
The Caps’ captain picked up the puck at his own blueline, swiftly carried it down the ice, deked Avs defenseman Jan Hejda and tried to fire the puck on his backhand at Colorado goalie Reto Berra; the puck went past the net, but it rebounded right back to him, and Ovechkin made no mistake from close range on his forehand, even at a difficult angle and Hejda on his heels: Read more
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