No Mercy For Wilson

One week after his appeal hearing, Capitals forward Tom Wilson's 20-game suspension has been upheld by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman.

Terrible Twos. Leafs Score Four To Beat Winnipeg

Frederik Andersen made 38 saves, including 20 in the 3rd period, as the Maple Leafs held on for a 4-2 win after a comeback bid from the Jets

It's Bay Day In Colorado

Andrei Vasilevskiy made 23 saves and Nikita Kucherov scored the game's lone goal in the 3rd period as the Lightning blanked the Avalanche, 1-0

Don't Shoot! Panthers Stun Islanders In OT

Mike Hoffman scored a power-play goal 33 seconds into overtime to give the Florida Panthers a 3-2 win against the New York Islanders at Barclays Center on Wednesday.

Markstrom Out-Jousts Knights In Shootout

LAS VEGAS -- Bo Horvat scored two goals, and Jacob Markstrom made 33 saves for the Vancouver Canucks in a 3-2 shootout win against the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena on Wednesday.

Let The Games Begin

The Canucks embark on their second road trip of the year, beginning tonight against Vegas.

Leafs And Jets Set For Big Tilt In The 'Peg

Up here in Canada, a game between the Maple Leafs and Jets needs no extra sales push. But in the U.S., NBC is hoping hockey fans tune in to this all Canadian matchup.

The Hockey News Live : Episode 5

In this week's episode, Matt Larkin, Ken Campbell and Ryan Kennedy wonder if Auston Matthews will be offer-sheet material, whether Juuse Saros can steal Nashville's starting goalie job, whether the Kings are really this bad and the Senators are really this good, and more!

THN's Best Of The Bunch So Far

From high-scoring rookies to slow-starting veterans, the opening weeks of the NHL season has been full of surprises. Here are the players who are catching our eye, for better or worse.

A Well Deserved Honour For Stomping' Tom, Despite Ken Campbell's Insult To Canadian Songwriters

Stompin' Tom Connors' 'The Hockey Song' will be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame this weekend, but it's induction only highlights the lack of great tunes about our beloved game.

Borowiecki Gets The Boot

Ottawa Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki has been suspended for one game, without pay, for elbowing Boston Bruins defenseman Urho Vaakanainen during NHL Game No. 125 in Ottawa on Monday, Oct. 23, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today.

Some Great News Coming Out Of Jersey.

Brian Boyle said his cancer is in remission after receiving the results from his most recent blood test on Monday.

Can We Just Make OV An Official Canadian??

“The Capitals are spending their off day throwing axes in Whistler. Alex Ovechkin looks like a lumberjack.”

The Proper Penquin

The Penguins' superstars haven't shown signs of exiting their primes. But the only way to keep up with other emerging teams in the East is to get better goaltending. Healthy Murray might provide just that.

Dominant Duck

The Anaheim Ducks are ravaged by injuries, have been outshot regularly and their underlying numbers are awful. Yet, they're first in the Pacific, all thanks to goaltender John Gibson.

The Times They Are A Changin'

One was the runner-up for the Hart Trophy last season. One is tied for the league lead in scoring. One is the NHL’s reigning first star of the week. And together, Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen and Gabriel Landeskog have formed one of the league’s best lines.

Tonight's Projected Lineups identifies daily projected lineups and starting goalies. Set your fantasy hockey rosters accordingly.

Sundin Picks Matthews, And He Ain't Lain-Eh......

Mats Sundin said there is no bias involved when he gives the slight edge to Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews over Winnipeg Jets forward Patrick Laine in the debate over which of the top two picks in the 2016 NHL Draft picks is better.

Alexandar The Great To Appear At MSG Tonight

Alexandar Georgiev will make his second start of the season for the New York Rangers when they face the Florida Panthers at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday.

Canucks Finally Looking Back To The Future

Vancouver's best prospect is currently on the NHL roster and even though he's out with a concussion, Elias Pettersson is still the team's leading scorer. Beyond him, there's a lot to like about the Canucks' system and plenty of optimism they'll be contenders again when the rebuild is over.

Record Night For Capitals

Nicklas Backstrom, Alex Ovechkin and John Carlson each added to his list of NHL career accomplishments while helping the Washington Capitals defeat the Vancouver Canucks 5-2 at Rogers Arena on Monday.

Luck Of The Draw. Flyers Lose Raffl

Michael Raffl will be out approximately 4-6 weeks for the Philadelphia Flyers because of a lower-body injury.

Adrian Dater on Twitter

“The Avalanche keep right on winning, for two big reasons -”

Canucks Playing With Fire. Caps' Power Play Still Lethal

Caps Power Play Still Lethal; The Capitals own the top ranked power play through seven games, familiar territory for one of the NHL's best units

Ducks' First Ever Draft Pick Paul Kariya Honoured In Anaheim.

ANAHEIM -- Paul Kariya had his No. 9 jersey retired by the Anaheim Ducks before their game against the Buffalo Sabres at Honda Center on Sunday."I would say it's a dream come true, but it's far beyond any dream that I ever had," Kariya said.

Cautious Optimism For Canucks And Fans

Leading rookie scorer Elias Pettersson skated with his teammates Monday morning for the first time since suffering a concussion on Oct. 13, and is expected to travel for road games this week.

Called To The Kings' Court

The Los Angeles Kings held a closed-door meeting that lasted almost 20 minutes after losing their fourth straight game Saturday.

Barry Trotz Relects On Charles Wang’s Passing

“"As an outsider and now being an insider, I do see what Charles has done on the Island and the passion he had for the Islanders and how proud he was of that. It's a somber day for the organization."

Barry Trotz addresses the media following today's practice:”

Jari who..???

Today is the 40th anniversary of Wayne Gretzky's first goal in professional hockey. Other than the Great One, there's likely no one who will celebrate the day more than Kevin Morrison of Sydney, N.S.
A Thank You For Tootoo

Voracek Puts Flyers Back In Front

Jakub Voracek skates in on an odd-man rush and makes a nifty move before sliding the puck past Keith Kinkaid to give the Flyers a 3-2 lead

Costly Injury For Predators

Pekka Rinne was placed on injured reserve by the Nashville Predators on Saturday because of an undisclosed injury.

Preds Win, But Lose Rinne In The Process

CALGARY -- The Nashville Predators defeated the Calgary Flames 5-3 at Scotiabank Saddledome on Friday but lost goalie Pekka Rinne to injury.Rinne collided with forward Kevin Fiala when Calgary's Sam Bennett tied the score 3-3 at 2:20 of the third period. He remained in the game but left at 5:09 and was replaced by Juuse Saros, who stopped all nine shots he faced.

Cranbrook's Bowen Byram

There is going to be a fantastic defencemen available near the top of next year's draft. Local boy, Bowen Byram is turning heads and the Canucks should kee...

It Makes Perfect Sense.......Bad Drivers Make Me Late!

We've covered NHLers pet peeves in hockey, now we find out what bothers them outside the rink . . . in everyday life

Just Close Your Eyes And Shoot

Some of the best and some of the worst in the shootout reveal their go-to move when the game gets to that final frame

Ana's An Ace

Former French Open champion Ana Ivanovic showed tennis isn't the only sport she's good at

Professional Athletes Open To The Possible Benefits Of Marijauna

Matt Nichol, a nutritionist and strength and conditioning coach who works with numerous elite-level NHLers, has been studying how marijuana can help athletes for months but says more research needs to be done.

It Might Be Lower, But It's Still A Pain In The Plek For Montreal

Canadiens head coach Claude Julien says forward Tomas Plekanec will not play in Montreal's matchup with Ottawa on Saturday and may be forced to miss several weeks due to a lower-back injury. Plekanec has been placed on injured reserve and Nicolas Deslauriers has been activated off the IR to take his place.

Seven Year Deal Means Knights Have The Golden Tuch

Alex Tuch signed a seven-year, $33.25 million contract with the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday. It has an average annual value of $4.75 million.

Canadian Disability Hall Of Fame Honours Former Jet, Jim Kyte

“Congrats! Very much deserved recognition Jim......and kudos to True North.

Stu Grimson on Twitter

“With 10 goals in seven games, Auston Matthews is on pace to eclipse my career totals by the middle of next week... #Ihadotherskills”
The First True Rocket Man
And The Game Has Never Been The Same
They 'Ain't Just Standing On The Bench Holding Towels. Dana Heinze On Steel

Heckuva journey...

Jordin Tootoo hopes to use journey from Nunavut to League to motivate others

In The Battle Of Good And Evil, 'Kog Beats The Devil As Predicted

NEWARK, N.J. -- Gabriel Landeskog had his third career hat trick for the Colorado Avalanche in a 5-3 win against the New Jersey Devils at Prudential Center on Thursday.

Leafs Left Dazed And Confused After Getting Stoned in Toronto

Evgeni Malkin scored twice to back Matt Murray's 38-save shutout in his return from a concussion, leading the Penguins to a 3-0 victory

Hockey Humble. McDavid Down-Plays Crosby's Praise

Connor McDavid didn't necessarily agree with Sidney Crosby calling him the best player in the NHL, but the Edmonton Oilers center was appreciative of the praise from the Pittsburgh Penguins captain.

Atkinson Tallies 2 For Blue Jackets

COLUMBUS -- Cam Atkinson scored two of three goals by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the second period of their 6-3 win against the Philadelphia Flyers at Nationwide Arena on Thursday.

Beagle Out 4-6 Weeks With Forearm Fracture

Vancouver Canucks' Jay Beagle appears to be in some pain after blocking a slap shot with his wrist, he would head to the dressing room afterwards.

Pettersson Still Out After Hit

NHL insider John Shannon joins Caroline Cameron to update all the top news from around the NHL including Tom Wilson's suspension appeal, the health of Elias Pettersson and more.

Crosby Ranks McDavid #1

Sidney Crosby considers Connor McDavid to be the top player in the National Hockey League. "I think McDavid has set himself apart just based on the awards and the accolades he's gotten and the consistency he's had," the Pittsburgh Penguins captain told on Wednesday. "I think it's fair to say it's an easy pick just because of that."

The Dark Canuck

Here's a country-by-country breakdown of the 610 skaters who have appeared in at least one NHL game this season, as well as the 69 goalies listed on the 31 team rosters.

The Inevitability of This!

Players want a single North American women's professional hockey league. "One league is inevitable," Rylan wrote in an email to The Associated Press, her strongest statement regarding a potential merger with the rival Canadian Women's Hockey League. "We will get this done,"

Z Word From On High

Bruins captain Zdeno Chara discusses the first star of the week Patrice Bergeron and the upcoming road trip

Before The Game, Life Gets Real

The Ottawa Senators played a touching tribute to the career of former goalie Ray Emery, who died tragically at the age of 35 back in July, before their game against the Dallas Stars on Monday.

Connor Being Connor

Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid joins Jackie Redmond to chat about his personality on and off the ice and a recent GQ photo shoot

Touching Tribute For A Grieving Mom In Jersey

Barbara DiMarco took her seat at the New Jersey Devils game Thursday, just as she had many times over the past 36 years, only this time her second family at Prudential Center was preparing a surprise.

Saucy Tatar Leaves Detroit In The Red

Tomas Tatar, Jonathan Drouin and Matthew Peca each posted a multi-point game to lead the Canadiens past the Red Wings, 7-3

Simmons Puts Down Panthers In Wayne's World

Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds each scored two goals in the 2nd period, helping the Flyers take down the Panthers in a shootout, 6-5

No Staaling In Minnesota, As Wild Corral The 'Yotes

Eric Staal and Mikael Granlund each scored while Devan Dubnyk made 31 saves in the Wild's 2-1 win against the Coyotes in Minnesota

Can't Touch This!! KP Hammers It Bar Down

Kyle Palmieri tees up a pass from Will Butcher and blasts it past Anton Khudobin for a power-play goal, his seventh goal in four games

Holy Leaping Lundqvist Batman

Henrik Lundqvist kicks out a redirection and lunges to somehow keep out Matt Nieto's rebound chance with a tremendous blocker save in the 2nd

Nurse Gives Hellebuyck An Ice Bath

Darnell Nurse splits two defenders with a head of steam, then rips a wrister into the twine to complete the Oilers' comeback win in overtime

Empty Net Goals Are For............Hat Tricks

Tyler Johnson scores while shorthanded in the 1st, on a breakaway in the 2nd and on an empty net in the 3rd to complete the hat trick

Boeser Buries The Biscuit For OT Win

Brock Boeser carries the puck to the circle, then rips a wrister that deflects off Casey DeSmith and in to seal the Canucks' overtime victory

Bad News For The Brady Bunch

Brady Tkachuk will be out for a month for the Ottawa Senators because of a torn ligament in his leg.

Avs' Get A Point In Shoot Out Loss To Rangers

“Inside the Avs’ locker room: Scenes from a shootout loss in New York -”
Canucks Sink Birds In Pittsburgh With 3rd Straight Win
Brock Boeser's OT winner gave the Canucks a 3-2 win over the Pens in Pittsburgh, bring their record to 4-2-0 on the season.

Double Barrelled Winner From Brock!


Hutton Nets First Of the Year


Hutton's first of the season ties the game 1-1 midway through the 1st.”

Jumbo Shark Sighting In San Jose

Joe Thornton said he is day to day and hopeful of returning to the San Jose Sharks lineup for their game against the Buffalo Sabres at SAP Center on Thursday, but coach Peter DeBoer said the 39-year-old center was doubtful to face Buffalo.

Scheifele Says No McD's For Matthews

Auston Matthews is off to a historic start with the Toronto Maple Leafs, but he isn't better than Connor McDavid, Mark Scheifele told Sportsnet on Tuesday.

Boudreau Bullish On Wild

Boudreau, Parise and Dubnyk talk about facing the Coyotes at Xcel Energy Center

Stepan Up To The Mic. Derek Dishes On The Dial.

Ozark is a big hit in the Yotes dressing room these days. Stepan is back to find out which past and present TV shows are the most binge-worthy

"Aha!" Moment For Hurricane Aho

Sebastian Aho, who posted seven points (3g, 4a) in three games last week, has been named the NHL's third star of the week.

Lou Gets His Due

Roberto Luongo records his 1000th game versus the Boston Bruins on April 5th 2018

Close, But No Swedish Cigars For Cardiff Tonight

“What an incredible game and a tremendous effort by the @cardiffdevils So happy for the fans that came to see world class hockey. Now we set out to get back to @championshockey for the third straight year.”

Rangers To Honor Some True Heros Tonight

Hear from the Rangers on the importance of honoring our First Responders during a special night at The Garden on Oct. 16th

Nate Rocks The Retro.....

“These are already selling at a brisk pace. Get your Nathan MacKinnon NHL ‘94, Sega, Super Nintendo shirt here:”

Caggiula Tweaking His Game

The 24-year-old forward is elevating his intensity in the Oilers lineup after adjusting to feedback and having his start to the season hindered by illness.

Nilsson Gets The Nod Again Against Pens

Coach Green discusses his decision to start Nilsson for the third time in a row, the Gaudette call-up and Pouliot's improved play

THIS... is even better than driving a zamboni....!!

With the help of Tim Horton's, Sidney Crosby and Nathan MacKinnon gave Kenya's hockey community the surprise of a lifetime.
Great Work By Graeme Townshend And Donovan Tait!

Two and a half months to go...!!

Ticket demand for the 2019 World Junior Hockey Championship — Dec. 26, 2018 to Jan. 5, 2019 in Vancouver and Victoria — has "exceeded expectations," says the tournament director.

La Première Etoile! Habs Can't Ring The Bell On King Jack

Jack Campbell made 40 saves to record his first career shutout in the Kings' 3-0 victory against the Canadiens

Motor City Misery.......TO's Budding Leafs Leaves Detroit In Need Of Repairs

Auston Matthews tallied his fourth multi-goal game of the season while John Tavares recorded four assists to lead the Maple Leafs to a 5-3 win

'Hawks Get A Point, But Leave Minnesota Fargo From Satisfied

Ryan Suter tied the game late in the 3rd, then Jason Zucker scored the game-winner in overtime to complete the Wild's 4-3 comeback victory

All That Glitters In Pittsburgh Isn't Golden

Phil Kessel recorded a natural hat trick in the 2nd period, leading the Penguins to a 4-2 home win against the Golden Knights

Washington's Finest Can't Cast The Devils Out In Jersey

Keith Kinkaid stopped all 21 shots he faced while Kyle Palmieri scored two goals to lead the Devils to a 6-0 shutout victory

Oh, Buffalo.........I Think I Hear A Discouraging Word.

Nathan MacKinnon found the back of the net twice and Mikko Rantanen recorded three assists to lead the Avalanche to a 6-1 victory

Such Class And Grace On A Decision Many Athletes Would Rage About. Wow

Four of the greatest players in NHL history are among those who are about to have their names forever removed from the Stanley Cup. And Ted Lindsay, Glenn Hall, Alex Delvecchio and Bobby Hull and are entirely fine with that, honored to have been on the trophy for more than a half-century, carrying with them indelible memories of their teams and titles and happy to make room for future champions.

Not To Be Outdone.........The 'Tendies Say No.

The top ten saves of the week including flashy glove saves by Mike Smith and Frederik Andersen, and a sprawling pad stop by Braden Holtby

Such Great Work By Ee Laine Chee! #GameBuilder

Ee Laine Chee's vision of the future is as clear as the beaches and eclectic mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences in her homeland of Malaysia.

Congratulations To Winnipeg Native Duncan Keith, On His 1,000th NHL Game

It's tough to make Duncan Keith slow down. Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is asked if he thinks about scaling back the minutes played by the 35-year-old defenseman. But telling Keith to do that and getting Keith to do that are two different things.

Pretty Cool : )

The Tkachuk family photo albums are filled with memories of their multi-generation association with the NHL and how dad Keith's career opened the door to a world that helped teach his two sons how to conduct themselves, not mention how to play the game.

Plan The Parade??

Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser struck 70 seconds apart in the 3rd before a pair of empty-net goals sealed the Canucks' 4-1 win in Tampa Bay

"First Of The Year" Compilation For NHL Teams.

Take a moment to check out each club's first goal of the 2018-19 season as the quest for the Stanley Cup is off to a high-scoring start

Ovi Makes History Again.

Alex Ovechkin scores his 610th and 611th career goals to pass Bobby Hull and move into 17th place on the NHL's all-time list

That's Up There With The Peanut Butter And The Secrets........!!

Ryan Johansen roofs a perfect backhander past Connor Hellebuyck to extend the Predators' lead to 3-0 in the 3rd period

Rangers Jump The Shark! But In A Good Way.........Not A Fonzie Way.

Brady Skjei patiently carries the puck into the offensive zone and roofs a shot from a sharp angle to give the Rangers an overtime victory


Ryan Dzingel's kind gesture has had a tremendous impact on a family facing unthinkable hardship.

(but not Harry Cameron!!)

Morgan Rielly's first five games of the season have been more productive than any of Bobby Orr's.
Sick Moves From David Pastrnak

On This Day In Hockey History.

“The Anaheim Mighty Ducks claimed Mike Brown off of waivers from the Vancouver Canucks 10.11.02 #HFH

A Fitting Honour For The Sedins.

Owner Francesco Aquilini revealed Thursday during an interview on Sportsnet 650, the Canucks will retire No. 22 and No. 33 next year during Vancouver's 50th anniversary season.

NHL Top 16 Teams

One shootout win was enough to convince the voters to keep the Tampa Bay Lightning as the top team in's Super 16.The Lightning, who beat the Florida Panthers 2-1 in a shootout in their season debut Saturday and haven't played since, retained their spot as the No. 1 team with all 13 voting staff members including them somewhere in the top five of their respective rankings. Tampa Bay was No. 1 in the preseason Super 16 that came out Oct. 3.
The Real Stories Of The Stanley Cup.

If You Think You Might Need Help

“If you’re struggling, don’t wait for something bad to happen.
Don’t wait for a wake-up call.
Talk to somebody.
It’s not as scary as you think.
There is hope.
There is light.
Just talk to somebody.
Because fighting alone is the worst way to fight.

Another One........Tkachuk's First NHL Goal!

Brady Tkachuk redirects the puck with his skate on a power play, giving the Senators a 1-0 lead with the first goal of his career
W.M.H.D. Kevin Stevens’s Battle with Addiction

It's WMHD Today, And An Appropriate Time To Reflect. The Rick Rypien Story.

We are forging a new, province-wide culture of care through the development of a network of centres and e-health services.

Wednesday Night Hockey: 5 Storylines

The Washington Capitals and Vegas Golden Knights will play for the first time since the 2018 Stanley Cup Final when they face off at Capital One Arena in this edition of Wednesday Night Hockey (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN).
They've Got The Sickness.......Best Shootout Goals Ever

Gambling Aside, Another Great Bit Of NHL Information From Adrian Dater

More than one NHL veteran told me, back in the 1990s when I first started covering the league, that the good teams, essentially, didn’t really start to play hard until after Christmas.

Getting closer...?

The ownership group looking to bring an expansion NHL team to Seattle unveiled plans Monday for a $70 million training facility in the northern part of the city.


Watch as Justin Williams and the Carolina Hurricanes salute their fans and skate into the board after beating the New York Rangers. -------------------------...

Great interview between John Scott and Stu Grimson!

We've got a good one this week! We're back at the Chicago Blackhawks Convention this week with the NHL Legend , Stu Grimson. It was a great time catching up ...
B.C. hockey player dies after ramming boards during rec. league game
VANCOUVER—A young British Columbia hockey player who died after slamming into the boards during a game in Metro Vancouver is being remembered by a teammate as a “gentle giant,” and “one of the best players out there.” Noah Trulsen, 22, was playing with the Bolts in an adult recreational league in Langley on Oct. 3 when team member Gerry Leiper said his friend may have caught an edge while rushing to the bench for a line change. Leiper said he saw Trulsen’s forehead hit the top of the boards and his face shield came down on the bridge of his nose, sending him sprawling to the ice. The referee and the team’s goalie rushed to help, administering multiple rounds of CPR after Trulsen lost consciousness, he said. “I can’t re…

New York Islanders on Twitter

“2️⃣ days.

Al Arbour and Bill Torrey are the 2️⃣ #Isles personnel who have been voted into the Hockey Hall of Fame for their tremendous work as franchise builders.”

Ansar Khan on Twitter

“Henrik Zetterberg’s career is over due to his back condition, GM Ken Holland announced today. #RedWings

Senators had to trade Erik Karlsson because he's too good

Erik Karlsson had to go.He was too good for the Ottawa Senators.At least for an Ottawa Senators team owned by Eugene Melnyk.A different person calling the shots might have taken a different approac…

Canadiens Montréal on Twitter

“The Canadiens have acquired forwards Tomas Tatar and Nick Suzuki, and a 2nd round pick in 2019 from the Vegas Golden Knights (Columbus’ pick previously acquired by Vegas), in return for Max Pacioretty.”
An extremely Happy HockeyCircles Birthday wish to our very own Pearl Fong!! Have a great day Pearl : )
With thanks to Pinterest for the non-playoff cake picture : )

Canucks' finish their 10 game segment at impressive 8-1-1

When Elias Pettersson is passing like he has in October, his goal-scoring hardly matters. But linemate Brock Boeser’s goals always matter.

Up To Their Old Tricks. Avalanche Continue Streaking In Philly

Mikko Rantanen nets Nathan MacKinnon's feed on the power play to push their season-opening point streaks to nine games, a new franchise record

Sharks End Losing Skid By Beating The 'Habs In Montreal

Martin Jones made 40 saves, and the San Jose Sharks ended a four-game losing streak with a 3-1 win against the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre on Sunday.

See Ya' Next Game Tough Guy. Notorious Cheap Shot Artist Shaw May Well Get A Visit From Mr. McQuaid In The Future

Watch as Adam McQuaid is clearly left shaken after Andrew Shaw comes across and makes contact with the Blue Jackets player. It looked like the Canadiens’ player may have left his elbow out before making contact.

Desert Dogs overcome Hughes and the Devils with a great road win

Barrett Hayton scored his first NHL goal early in the third period, Antti Raanta was outstanding in making 32 saves and the Arizona Coyotes overcame two deficits to beat Jack Hughes and the New Jersey Devils 5-3 on Friday night.

It's Tough To Win When Your Backside Is Missing.

Jonathan Marchessault talks about the adversity the team is facing with the lack of defense on the team


Nathan MacKinnon speeds in on a breakaway and snaps one bar down on the glove side of Carter Hutton for his second goal of the game

Down, But Not Out.

SUNRISE, Fla. -- Erik Gustafsson scored at 2:32 of overtime, and the Chicago Blackhawks rallied to end an eight-game road losing streak with a 5-4 victory against the Florida Panthers at BB&T Center on Saturday.

A Three Minute P.K.

Predators superstar P.K. Subban discusses the power of hockey and what he feels makes the game special for himself and fans around the globe

Well we're winning here in AllenTown.....

Jake Allen made 38 saves, Brayden Schenn scored his team-leading 14th goal and the St. Louis Blues beat the short-handed Chicago Blackhawks 4-0 on Monday night for their fourth consecutive victory.

McDavid ponders the possible Playoff scenario if the League returns to business this year

Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid has strong thoughts on the possibility of jumping straight into the playoffs if the COVID-19 pause doesn’t go on too long.

Stamos Finally Lights The Lamp For Tampa Bay

Steven Stamkos scored his first goal of the season, and Andrei Vasilevskiy made 29 saves as the Bolts kept the Wings winless on the season.

Sometimes You Just Need A Break. Leafs Look Fresh After Time Off

John Tavares scored two goals, Garret Sparks had 27 saves and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-2 on Friday night.

Something To Celebrate. Edmonton Picks Up A Rare Win In Minny

Darnell Nurse gave reeling Edmonton an early boost by scoring 2:15 into the first period, and the Oilers stopped a six-game losing streak with a 4-1 victory Thursday night over Minnesota that sent the Wild to their fourth straight loss.

Welcome Back, Carter. Hutton And Sabres Beat The 'Bolts

BUFFALO -- Carter Hutton made 30 saves for the Buffalo Sabres in a 2-1 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning at KeyBank Center on Tuesday.

Bruins Hope To Keep The Heat On In Steeltown

Jake DeBrusk (concussion) will be sidelined for a fourth straight game. Sean Kuraly’s status is uncertain after undergoing surgery on a broken nose early this week.

Stone's late goal caps wild game as Canada beats Slovakia -

Mark Stone scored a power-play with 1.8 seconds left in regulation to give Canada a 6-5 win over host Slovakia on Monday at the world hockey championship.

Dynamic duo do it again to lead the Oilers over the Knights

Connor McDavid scored two goals, Leon Draisaitl had three assists, and the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Vegas Golden Knights 4-2 on Saturday.

It's a fine, fine day for a reunion

Alexis Lafreniere proved Thursday he was more than healthy and effective for Canada in its quarterfinal win over Slovakia at the world juniors.

The scoop on the atmosphere after the Canucks' latest implosion

The Vancouver Canucks suffered a very tough loss to Columbus on Sunday, so what was the mood in the room afterwards? Dan Murphy answers that and more in this week's mailbag.

San Jose's Winning Streak Dries Up In The Desert

The San Jose Sharks had a seven-game winning streak end with a 6-3 loss to the Arizona Coyotes at Gila River Arena on Wednesday.

Johnny Hockey's Got A Man On The Inside

Johnny Gaudreau will have more than one familiar face calling the shots for his Pacific Division team during the NHL All-Star game.

All good things must come to an end

Tomas Tatar's 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry's franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.

You always remember your first......

Michael Hutchinson made 29 saves as Toronto beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-1 on Saturday for its fourth win in a row, and first of the season with a back-up goaltender in net.

Does Babcock Have Crystal Balls? We'll Find Out Soon Enough, Whether We Care Or Not.

William Nylander should be a Toronto Maple Leafs player for a long time if he signs a contract, coach Mike Babcock said Thursday. "I'll tell you again, this is what I think, and it's just what I think," Babcock said. " [General manager] Kyle [Dubas] and I talk about this every day so I'm up to date on what's going on. There's lots of opinion out there. Let's not confuse opinion and facts; we think Willy is going to be here. We think Willy is going to be here for a long time. We think he's going to be a career Leaf. That's what we think, that's what we believe."

Four On The Floor Leads To Wild Night In Denver

DENVER -- Eric Staal scored two goals and had an assist for the Minnesota Wild in a 5-2 win against the Colorado Avalanche at Pepsi Center on Wednesday.

When The Game Just Gets Mailed In

Brian Burke likes the skill and speed in the NHL, but believes the game is lacking in physicality.

My oh Meier. San Jose puts the pedal down to take Game 1

Timo Meier had two goals and an assist while Logan Couture added two goals and assist of his own as the San Jose Sharks beat the St. Louis Blues 6-3 in Game 1 of the Western Conference Final.

'Cautiously optimistic' NHL CBA talks could result in 2021 World Cup

Deputy commissioner Bill Daly says he’s “cautiously optimistic” about the direction of collective bargaining talks with the NHL Players’ Association.

Kuemper gives no quarter as he leads the 'Yotes over the Flames

Darcy Kuemper stopped 35 shots and slammed an opponent to the ice during a brawl in the second period, and the Arizona Coyotes beat the Calgary Flames 3-0 Saturday.

Crow is back in the 'Hawks nest after a month-long time out

After returning from a month-long suspension, Chicago Blackhawks assistant coach Marc Crawford is hoping that it will spurn positive changes in his coaching.

Columbus fans won't be Jones-n for a while

Columbus Blue Jackets defenceman Seth Jones will be out of the lineup indefinitely with an ankle injury. Gabriel Carlsson was recalled from AHL Cleveland to take his place.

Jeanneret 'doing well' after being hospitalized

The Buffalo Sabres say Rick Jeanneret is resting and doing well a day after the team's Hall of Fame broadcaster was taken out of the press box on a stretcher. the passion to WIN. and nothing less.

Russian captain Klim Kostin tossed his helmet, avoided a photo and yelled profanities toward the crowd after losing to the U.S. in the semis at the world juniors on Friday.

Nothing Can Stop Elias Pettersson Right Now

The hottest teen in the NHL is currently playing for the Vancouver Canucks, and his name is Elias Pettersson. The 19-year-old undersized center out of Sweden is absolutely crushing it at the start of his rookie year in the NHL, and tonight against the Red Wings, he opened the scoring with a murderous slap shot past Jimmy Howard. In his 10th career NHL game, it was his 10th career goal.

CWHL staging all-star game, final in Toronto

The Canadian Women's Hockey League is partnering with the Toronto Maple Leafs to stage its two marquee events this season.

10 things to keep an eye on as the CHL regular season comes to an end

TORONTO — The Canadian Hockey League is down to only a handful of games remaining for each team, and there's plenty to pay attention to before the playoffs begin.The Quebec Major Junior League season wraps up on March 16, while the Ontario Hockey League and Western Hockey League finish one day later.Here

Forward Alexis Lafreniere checking all the boxes to be future NHL star

Serge Beausoleil might be the head coach of the Rimouski Oceanic, but even he can feel like a student when forward Alexis Lafreniere hits the ice. "Sometimes I have to shut my mouth, I don't want to put him in a box," Beausoleil said. Lafreniere didn't take long to turn heads as a

Canadian women's hockey steamrolling in S'toon!

Melodie Daoust scored a pair of goals in Canada's 6-1 win over Sweden at the Four Nations Cup women's hockey tournament Tuesday. Sarah Fillier scored in her national-team debut and Laura Stacey scored short-handed for the host country at the SaskTel Centre. Captain Marie-Philip Poulin and Hamilton

Jagr named hockey ambassador for '22 Games

Jaromir Jagr, who has participated in five Winter Olympics and won gold with the Czechs 20 years ago, has signed on as the official hockey ambassador for the 2022 Games.

'A really good feeling'

Former teammates Ryan Straschnitzki and Jacob Wassermann were wearing Humboldt Broncos jerseys Friday night as they took part in an exhibition sledge hockey game at the University of Denver. Wassermann in the Broncos white jersey and Straschnitzki wearing the green away uniform were on opposing teams

Nunavut caps 'once-in-a-lifetime' week with historic win at Canada Winter Games

Nunavut's boys hockey team won its first ever game at the Canada Winter Games on Sunday — making history in the process.It's a week that both coaches and players have described as "once-in-a-lifetime," so the historic victory was only fitting.Josie Cote led the way with a pair of goals

Orr speaks...People listen

In fact, the Hall of Fame defenceman says he fully expects another lockout in the not-too-distant future. "My gut feeling is I'd be surprised if there's not," Orr said in an interview with The Canadian Press this week. The league and the NHL Players' Association signed a 10-year

Bob Clarke Trophy: Portland Winterhawks forward Joachim Blichfeld in pursuit of CHL scoring title

TORONTO — Returning to the Western Hockey League for one more season wasn't what forward Joachim Blichfeld was expecting this past summer.The San Jose Sharks prospect thought he would be turning pro in 2018-19, only to be told that he would be sent back to junior with the Portland Winterhawks for

Forward Alex Formenton to miss world juniors with injury

Six players were released Friday from Canada's world junior hockey team roster and one veteran forward was ruled out of the upcoming championship tournament due to injury. Eleven players have left the team in the past two days, with four cuts Thursday, six more Friday and the announcement that Ottawa

The 2019 Memorial Cup: A look at each of the four teams at this year’s tournament

As players hit the ice and fans climb into the stands here is what you need to know about the four teams competing in the 101st edition of the Canadian Hockey League tournament.

Canada-U.S. at world juniors is also a sneak peek at CHL-NCAA war

A victory is the best recruiting tool ever in the constant talent tug-of-war between the Canadian Hockey League and the NCAA ranks.


Vancouver gets back Nielsen, who had walked away from the Hitmen earlier this season

Paul Bissonnette's impact/influence knows no bounds!

While the rest of the Jacksonville Jaguars have been recovering during their bye week, Jalen Ramsey kicked off his quest to make it to the NHL.

Canadian sports fans win as longtime broadcast rivals force a raised game

The way the NHL regular season is shaping up, it's a good bet that five of the seven Canadian teams could reach the playoffs this spring. "Rogers gambled that Canadian teams would be coming back," said sports marketing expert Richard Powers, an associate professor at the University of

Rebuilt Broncos one of the best stories in hockey

Barely eight months after the tragic bus crash that claimed the lives of 10 players and two coaches, the Humboldt Broncos are the No. 1 team in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Frank Seravalli writes.

Port Alberni, BC getting in in the action - nice!!

PORT ALBERNI, B.C. — Luca Jan Hollenstein made 17 saves and Nicolas Muller scored the eventual game-winner as Switzerland edged Kazakhstan 4-1 on Friday in a pre-tournament game ahead of the world junior hockey championship.

WHL: Blazers, Rockets win to set up TIEBREAKER game for playoff spot

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The Western Hockey League will need a tiebreaker to determine the final playoff spot.