The Washington Capitals are as good on the road as they are at home and they're as good at preventing goals as scoring them. And they're either the best or very close to the best in the NHL at all those things. More
Results on the ice haven't been pretty for the Firebirds in their first season in town, so they're taking a page from the Will Ferrell movie "Semi-Pro" by generating some headlines. In this case, that means sweet uniforms inspired by the basketball comedy.
Does the big Maple Leafs trade mean they are going to go after Steven Stamkos in free agency? Will the Jets be forced to trade Andrew Ladd?
Boston fans adored Milan Lucic and they showed their appreciation for the former Bruin Tuesday following a video tribute during his first game back in Beantown. They even cheered him after he scored against the Bruins. Post-game, Lucic took a lap to salute the fans.
On the night Martin Brodeur had his jersey retired in New Jersey, Cory Schneider made a series of stops on a 2-on-1 that were reminiscent of Brodeur’s best days. Schneider is top 10 in all four major goaltending categories.
The Maple Leafs’ Nazem Kadri could be facing a fine or suspension for a throat-slash gesture he made Tuesday night towards Flames defenseman Mark Giordano. Kadri said he was “furious” after what he perceived to be a dirty hit from Giordano.
The Flames made a bizarre move Tuesday by scratching leading scorers Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan ahead of a contest with the Maple Leafs. The scratches come the day after Calgary coach Bob Hartley cut practice short after giving his team a stern message.
Kyle Okposo’s 41 points leads all Islanders players, but the free agent-to-be poses a tough problem for New York GM Garth Snow. He’ll have to decide whether to trade Okposo at the deadline or keep the 27-year-old and risk losing him for nothing in free agency.
Ray Bourque, Mark Recchi and Kimmo Timonen are three players in recent history who have ended their careers as Stanley Cup champions. With the post-season near, here are five players who could end their careers by hoisting the Stanley Cup in 2015-16.
Dream Teams ranks the top 50 NHL hockey factories from the CHL and NCAA. Our panel of judges studied the all-time rosters from all 108 active major junior and Div. I teams and established a lineup of six first-team all-stars from each organization, based on what they did in the NHL. Dream Teams also catches up with some of these major juniors.Buy now