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Gaudreau, Monahan, Flames too much for Capitals
His line with Sean Monahan and Micheal Ferland just keeps lighting opponents up.
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Sebastian Aho has found his scoring touch again
Aho has an a-ha moment not a moment too soon.
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Flyers’ Radko Gudas disagrees with 10-game suspension
“I was surprised. I did not expect that."
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Julien: Price’s return to practice “encouraging”
Price gets a full practice in on Monday, return still unknown.
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Feast on Penguins-Bruins after Thanksgiving
Turkey, stuffing and hockey! Coverage of the Pittsburgh Penguins-Boston Bruins game begins Friday, Nov. 2 4at 1 ET on NBC.
Down but not out: There’s hope for those below playoff line
Circumstances and odds be damned, the playoffs are still within reach
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Fantasy adds & drops: It’s Teuvo Time
Ondrej Palat and Derick Brassard can be dropped.
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Brendan Smith ejected for ‘dangerous’ hit on Mark Borowiecki (video)
Borowiecki was unconscious on the ice.
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The Buzzer: MacKinnon the hero; Lundqvist gives up zero
The Hurricanes got big performances from Teuvo Teravainen and Sebastian Aho.
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Austin Watson suspended two games for boarding Dominic Toninato
The Department of Players Safety is working overtime on Sunday.
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Radko Gudas suspended 10 games for slashing Mathieu Perreault over the head
The suspension will cost him over $408,000 in salary.
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Flyers will host Penguins in outdoor game at Lincoln Financial Field in 2019
It's the second time these two teams will go head-to-head in an outdoor game.
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Is it time for the Canadiens to blow up their roster?
A rebuild might be in order.
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Aho keeps rolling; Leddy splits two ‘Canes before scoring a beauty (video)
The Hurricanes forward has scored in four straight games.
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Video: Jeremy Roenick clearly isn’t afraid of snakes
No hesitation from the former NHLer.
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Is Brayden Schenn’s star turn for real?
He kept his hot streak going with the OT-winner for St. Louis.
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USHL goaltender scores goal, makes most of celebration (Video)
A goalie goals and then some sweet celebrating.
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The Buzzer: Monahan the man, torrid Tavares
Stars, stats, highlights, and villains from Saturday.
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Leafs, Canadiens rivalry shows through
Things got out of hand in more ways than one.
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Ovechkin returns after being badly bloodied by puck to face
In case you doubted his toughness.
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Crawford avoids injury, helps Blackhawks beat Penguins
Blackhawks took a look at him and he returned.
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Coyotes are (gasp) on a winning streak
They are now just 11 wins from .500.
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Update: Matthews returns at perfect time for Maple Leafs
The rest of 2017 looks difficult with or without the American star.
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Don’t panic? McDavid can’t save Oilers once again
A team that's running out of both time and patience.
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Bruins, Blackhawks to play in 2019 Winter Classic
The Bruins and Blackhawks will clash at Notre Dame Stadium in the 2019 Winter Classic.
2019 Winter Classic: Bruins – Blackhawks at Notre Dame Stadium
An "Original Six" outdoor bout on Jan. 1, 2019.
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Hischier asked to be benched after penalty-filled stretch
Devils coach John Hynes praises the maturity of his No. 1 pick.
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Edmonton Oilers GM not panicking over team’s slow start
“We fell behind the eight ball at the start for a number of reasons."
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National Hockey League had humble beginnings 100 years ago
The five men who met on Nov. 26, 1917, to form the National Hockey League could not have dreamed of the 31-team, multi-billion-dollar enterprise it is a century later.
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The Buzzer: Bob blanks Rangers; Sabres drop fourth straight
A look at a light Friday night around the NHL.
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Matthew Tkachuk suspended one game for inciting line brawl (Update)
Is this just a "light tap" or an excessive punishment?
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NHL GMs pleased so far with crack down on slashing
The talks helped set the agenda for a more in-depth, three-day meeting in March
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Golden Knights can’t contain excitement in getting a healthy goalie back
Hopefully, some day you'll be as excited about something as VGK are about Malcolm Subban.
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McDavid, Gretzky, Toews to be enshrined in toast
McDavid, Gretzky and Toews coming to a piece of toast near you.
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Wings on Witkowski ban: ‘Punishment doesn’t fit crime’
"Lesson learned, I guess," Witkowski said of the automatic 10-game suspension.
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PHT Fantasy: Teaming with the enemy
Villains are bad ... except in fantasy hockey, when they're often quite helpful.
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Perreault bemoans ‘stupid’ slash; Gudas accepts phone hearing (UPDATE)
Gudas likely to have the book thrown at him by the NHL after latest transgression
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Rick Tocchet on Coyotes’ struggles, Clayton Keller, staying patient (PHT Q&A)
He's also changed so much since his days as the head coach of the Lightning.
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PHT Morning Skate: Blind hockey is ‘the greatest thing ever’
Friday's collection of links.
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The Buzzer: Red-hot lines, Murray’s tremendous save
What a night for Landeskog-MacKinnon, while Stamkos and Kucherov rudely welcome back Bishop.
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More tension in Montreal after ‘unacceptable’ loss to Coyotes
"We didn't respect our gameplan," Claude Julien said.
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Blue Jackets bet big on Cam Atkinson
The pros and the cons of a reported seven year, $40.25 million deal.
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Coyotes get first regulation win, Plekanec’s first NHL fight
Brad Richardson must have insulted turtlenecks.
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Gudas ejected for slash to Perreault’s head
Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas has quite a history of suspensions in the NHL, and he may be looking at another one for his actions against the Jets.
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Video: Two streaks end at once as Johansen scores against Dubnyk
A first goal ends a three-game shutout streak.
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Witkowski suspended 10 games; phone hearing for Tkachuk
Luke Witkowski of the Detroit Red Wings will receive an automatic 10-game suspension for returning to the ice during Wednesday's wild brawl.
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Rockets owner floats idea of NHL in Houston
Houston throws its hat in the ring for potential NHL expansion.
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Brian Gibbons taking advantage of NHL opportunity with Devils
Gibbons and the Devils are surprising many this season.
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Get a place: NHL tradition holds value for young players
It may be the best phrase a young NHL player can hear, even better than being told he has made the team.
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Ex-NHL enforcer John Scott tries acting, ponders next move
The lovable lug is now 35, retired and considering his next move.
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Jeremy Roenick recalls his gruesome jaw injuries (Video)
"My face blew up bigger than a pumpkin."
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PHT Morning Skate: Jets give homeless man an incredible opportunity
Thursday's collection of links.
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The Buzzer: Brawls, Dylan Larkin’s genius
Let's take a moment to appreciate Dylan Larkin's night for the Detroit Red Wings.
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Anisimov trick leads 'Hawks over Rangers
Artem Anisimov scored his first career hat trick to help the Blackhawks put end to the Rangers' six-game winning streak.
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Anisimov, Blackhawks snap Rangers win streak
Led by a hat trick from Artem Anisimov and a five-goal third period, the Chicago Blackhawks put an end to the New York Rangers' win streak at six games.
Red Wings-Flames engage in old school line brawl
A line brawl breaks out between the Red Wings and Flames during Detroit's 8-2 win.
Anisimov tallies first NHL hat trick in 3rd period
Artem Anisimov scored three times in the third period to help list the Blackhawks over the Rangers and record his first-career hat trick.
Anisimov completes first career hat trick
Artem Anisimov finds the back of the net for the third time against the Rangers to complete his first NHL hat trick.
Red Wings, Flames engage in line brawl
Why this could light a fire under the Red Wings.
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Nash's unassisted goal brings Rangers within one
Rick Nash scores on Corey Crawford to make is a one-goal game with plenty of time left in the third period.
Blackhawks’ woes more performance than personnel: McKenzie
McKenzie talks Blackhawks roster, Smith's absence from Rangers lineup
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Hayes, Zuccarello and Nash combine for a NYR goal
The Rangers pick up the garbage in front of the net and beat Corey Crawford to cut the Blackhawks' goal advantage in half.
Anisimov pots second goal of game on power play
Off assists from Cody Franson and Nick Schmaltz, Artem Anisimov gives Chicago a 4-1 lead with a power play goal in the third.
John Hayden gives Blackhawks a 3-1 lead
John Hayden keeps the Blackhawks' scoring streak going with a goal less than a minute after Artem Anisimov found the back of the net.
Anisimov's goal gives Blackhawks their first lead
Artem Anisimov beats Henrik Lundqvist early in the first period to break the 1-1 tie and give the Blackhawks their first lead of the game.
Roenick once broke his jaw in 23 places
Jeremy Roenick tells Mike Milbury and Kathryn Tappen a story about breaking his jaw in 23 places at MSG on Valentine's Day.
The Arizona Coyotes’ season is only getting worse
Coyotes latest loss sets a new record after a terrible start
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DeBrincat beats Lundqvist in final minute of 2nd
Alex DeBrincat makes the quick release and beats Henrick Lundqvist with seconds remaining in the second to knot things up at one.
Sabres’ Scandella fined, not suspended, for slashing Penguins’ Hornqvist
Buffalo blueliner is $5K poorer for a nasty-looking slash.
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Will the Blackhawks shake up the roster?
The Blackhawks continue to struggle, but Bob McKenzie describes it as a performance issue, not a personnel issue.
WATCH LIVE: New York Rangers at Chicago Blackhawks
It is Wednesday night rivalry.
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Trade Analysis: Cammalleri-Jokinen
Some interesting insight from Bob McKenzie.
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Zibanejad beats Crawford, NYR leads 1-0
Chris Kreider makes an insane pass from below the goal line and feeds the puck Mika Zibanejad for the first Rangers goal.
Cammalleri, Jokinen swapped by Kings, Oilers
Bob McKenzie explains the rationale between the latest Kings and Oilers trade that has Jussi Jokinen going to Los Angeles in exchange for Michael Cammalleri.
Patrik Laine plays mind games with himself
To regain scoring touch, Laine proves he might be smarter than us all
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Vegas goalie situation starting to get absurd
They have already used five different goalies in just 17 games this season.
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Brent Burns and Ryan Johansen are still searching for their first goals
They are the two highest paid players in the NHL this season still searching for their first goals.
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Tortorella believes Bobrovsky’s made the top two saves of the year
It's hard to argue with Torts on this one.
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NHL on NBCSN: Rangers look to push win streak to seven games against ‘Hawks
Chicago has lost three of their last four.
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The Buzzer: McDavid pours it on, ugly history for Coyotes, robbed by Bob
Recapping a busy Tuesday in the NHL.
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Looks like Wild’s Devan Dubnyk is on fire (again)
Three straight shutouts for the streaky netminder.
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Predators explode for six goals vs. Holtby, Caps
The Predators jumped on the Capitals early and often in Nashville as they cruised to a 6-3 win.
Capitals can’t slow powerhouse Predators
Five straight wins for an increasingly lethal Nashville lineup.
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Jack Eichel eager to fight for teammate (Video)
The $10M man wasn't afraid to get his hands dirty.
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Preds, Caps combine for seven goals in second
The Capitals and Predators combined for an incredible seven goals in the second period, including scoring five goals in five minutes.
Penguins, Crosby, Kessel rally vs. Sabres
Fighting through Lehner's stops and Buffalo's leads.
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Ekholm pads Predators' lead in second period
Mattias Ekholm and the Predators continued their offensive attack against Braden Holtby and the Capitals as they scored to make it 6-3 Nashville.
Salomaki fools Holtby to regain two-goal lead
Predators regain their two-goal lead on the Capitals in the second period as Miikka Salomaki fools Braden Holtby.
Caps' Oshie gets in on scoring fest in Nashville
T.J. Oshie and the Capitals scored their third goal of the period as they moved within a score of the Predators.
Predators' Fiala redirects in goal for 4-2 lead
Predators' Kevin Fiala redirects in goal past Braden Holtby as Nashville takes a 4-2 lead in the second period.
Forsberg, Predators regain lead in second period
Filip Forsberg and the Nashville Predators responded to the Washington Capitals' two goals with one of their own to retake the lead.
Capitals' Chiasson rips it past Rinne to tie it up
Capitals' Alex Chiasson rips it past a screened Pekka Rinne to tie the game at 2-2 in the second.
Carlson cuts into Predators' lead in second period
John Carlson and the Capitals finally got on the board in the second period with a power play goal against the Predators.
Preds' Bonino deflects in Josi's shot for 2-0 lead
Predators' Nick Bonino deflects Roman Josi's shot past Braden Holtby to grab a 2-0 lead in the first period vs. the Capitals.
Smith beats Holtby to give Predators lead
Craig Smith and the Nashville Predators got off to a fast start against the Washington Capitals as they took a 1-0 lead in the first period.
Andie Owen, 7, drops puck for Hockey Fights Cancer
Andie Owen, a 7-year-old Predators fan whose cancer is in remission, drops the ceremonial puck before Capitals and Predators.
New winger for McDavid? Cammalleri traded to Oilers, Kings get Jokinen
Breaking down a "pure hockey trade."
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WATCH LIVE: Washington Capitals at Nashville Predators
Watch the game tonight on NBCSN, online and via the NBC Sports App.
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Predators bring smiles to children's hospital
The Nashville Predators have made a tremendous effort to bring smiles to kids at the local children's hospital in Nashville.
Good and bad injury news heading into Capitals – Predators
Matt Niskanen and Nick Bonino return, but Predators face some losses.
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The Arizona Coyotes should not be this bad
They probably are not this bad either.
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Here are the jerseys the Senators and Canadiens will wear for their outdoor game
The two teams will wear these jerseys at the NHL100 Classic in Ottawa on December 18.
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Coyotes trade Domingue to Lightning for McGinn, Leighton
The Arizona Coyotes have traded goalie Louis Domingue to the Tampa Bay Lightning for forward Tye McGinn and goalie Michael Leighton.
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The Penguins have some major depth issues that need to be addressed
Riley Sheahan is not going to be enough.
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Charlie Lindgren’s play allowing Carey Price extra time to recover
“It's been a little bit longer than expected."
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NHL on NBCSN: Barry Trotz, Washington Capitals visit Nashville Predators
The Nashville Predators and Washington Capitals meet tonight at 8 p.m. ET.
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Class of 2017 humbled by Hockey Hall of Fame honor (Video)
The 2017 Hockey Hall of Fame class was officially inducted Monday night.
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The Buzzer: Teravainen’s first hat trick powers Canes; Jankowski’s pair leads Flames
Player of the Night: Teuvo Teravainen, Carolina Hurricanes With the score even at one early in the third period, Teravainen took over, netting his first career hat trick au natural as the Hurricanes beat...
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Flyers’ Nolan Patrick getting closer to a return
He will accompany the team on its upcoming two-game road trip against the Minnesota Wild, Winnipeg Jets.
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NHL Power Rankings: The Lightning, then everybody else
A little more than one month into the NHL season and we are starting to see which teams are good and which teams are … well … not. We are still at a point where one or two teams could emerge...
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Islanders lose Kulemin for six months following surgery
He was injured on a hit by Edmonton Oilers defenseman Eric Gryba.
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What will the 2018 Hockey Hall of Fame class look like?
Who makes the Hall next year?
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Fantasy Adds and Drops: A Zucker for goals
It might be time to cut ties with Sebastian Aho.
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Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2017 grew the game in many ways
The Hockey Hall of Fame will induct its 2017 class Monday night in Toronto.
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U.S. beats Canada 5-1 to win 3rd straight Four Nations Cup
The United States won the event for the eighth time overall.
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Paul Kariya and Scott Stevens, reunited (The Buzzer)
That moment, plus four games from around the NHL.
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Devils, Blackhawks put on a show, and Miles Wood was the big star
New Jersey edges Chicago 7-5 on the strength of four points from Wood.
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Fight: Patrick Maroon vs. Tom Wilson, a mix of MMA and boxing
Wilson looks likely to crush last season's total of nine fights.
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How Duchene, Turris are doing with new teams
Two games for Duchene in Ottawa, while Turris debuted with Nashville last night.
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Sharks’ Meier fined, not suspended, for elbowing Del Zotto
An ugly moment from an ugly loss for Vancouver.
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Germany beats U.S., which goes winless at Deutschland Cup
The U.S. was the only team not to pick up a victory in the four-team pre-Olympic tournament.
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The Buzzer: DeBrincat leads Blackhawks comeback; Zucker’s crazy goal streak
Debrincat has six points in his past six games for the Chicago Blackhawks.
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Jimmy Vesey lost a tooth in his lip
He was hit in the mouth by a skate on Saturday afternoon.
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Russia rallies to beat U.S. 5-2 at pre-Olympic Deutschland Cup
The U.S. faces host Germany in its final Deutschland Cup game Sunday.
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After leaving Las Vegas, Vadim Shipachyov signs contract in KHL
"They say one thing to your face and when it comes to hockey, something else."
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Watch some very good dogs race during AHL game (Video)
Welcome to Pucks & Paws Night in Rockford.
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U.S., Canada set up Four Nations Cup final showdown
The Americans will play Canada on Sunday.
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The Buzzer: Stone lifts Sens in Sweden; Vegas back to winning ways at home
Player of the Night: Mark Stone, Ottawa Senators Stone scored twice, including the overtime winner, as the Senators beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-3 in first of two games between the teams during the NHL...
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How many goals will Nikita Kucherov score?
Nikita Kucherov has 16 goals in 17 games for the Lightning. Is it possible for him to score 50 or 60 goals this season?
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Deutschland Cup: Slovakia beats U.S. 2-1 in Olympic hockey tuneup
This was the first tuneup game for the American men before the 2018 Winter Olympics.
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Q&A: L.A. Kings forward Tyler Toffoli
We speak with Tyler Toffoli about the Kings’ off-season coaching change, appreciating winning, some of his celebrity encounters, and more.
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Josh Anderson emerges as offensive threat
When Josh Anderson isn’t using the physical part of his game, he’s providing plenty of production for a Blue Jackets team that’s off to another strong start.
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PHT Morning Skate: Do the Blues have the best first line in hockey?
Friday's collection of links.
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The Buzzer: Zucker tricks Habs; Lightning remain unstoppable
The Bolts keep rolling along.
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The McDavid and Draisaitl show once again ends with OT win (Video)
The dynamic duo strikes again.
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Brian Boyle scores emotional first goal since cancer diagnosis
“I’ve never cried after a goal before."
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Blackhawks turn to Sharp – Toews – Kane amid scoring struggles
Going retro and/or nuclear.
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Vadim Shipachyov saga finally ends for Vegas Golden Knights
"Everyone here was playing better than he was."
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Duchene owners win big in Turris trade
The latest edition of Fantasy Thursdays.
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Tough news for Sabres: Ristolainen now week-to-week
On the other hand, other defensemen are nearing returns.
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Report: Teams are calling Flames about Sam Bennett
The 21-year-old still doesn't have a point this season.
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Learning from Chara helping McAvoy excel
Adapt and survive. That’s what Charlie McAvoy had to do after making his NHL debut with the Boston Bruins last season.
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PHT Morning Skate: How does the Quick contract look six years later?
Thursday's collection of links.
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U.S. women beat Canada 4-2 for 2nd win in 3 games
The Americans took the first game 5-2 in Quebec City.
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The Buzzer: Sharks can’t stop Lightning top line, either
Namestnikov, Stamkos, Kucherov put on a clinic against San Jose.
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Lightning offense stays hot in rout of Sharks
After falling behind very early, the Lightning's high-powered offense came alive and scored five unanswered to crush the Sharks, 5-1.
Namestnikov's second of night makes it 5-1
Lightning's Vladislav Namestnikov scores on the power play for his second of the night as Tampa extends its lead to 5-1.
Namestnikov scores Lightning's 3rd goal in period
Vladislav Namestnikov and the Lightning scored their third goal of the second period to make it 4-1 over the Sharks in San Jose.
Jones gives up an easy one to Koekkoek
Lightning's Slater Koekkoek puts a soft shot on net that somehow slides by Sharks' Martin Jones to give Tampa a 3-1 lead in the second.
Lightning's Kucherov continues scoring hot streak
Nikita Kucherov and the Lightning claimed the lead in the second period after a beautiful shot beat Martin Jones.
Vesey, Rangers hold off Bruins for fifth straight
Jimmy Vesey scored twice as the Rangers beat the Bruins 4-2 at Madison Square Garden for their fifth straight victory.
Red-hot Rangers within range of Metro lead after beating Bruins
What a difference a five-game winning streak can make.
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Lightning's Dotchin scores first goal of career
Jake Dotchin and the Lightning responded to the Sharks' early goal to tie the game at 1-1 in the first period.
Donskoi scores on Bolts in under 30 seconds
Joonas Donskoi gets the Sharks off to a fast start against the Lightning, scoring in the opening 25 seconds.
WATCH LIVE: Tampa Bay Lightning at San Jose Sharks
Two talented teams that do not meet often.
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Bergeron cuts New York's lead in half
Patrice Bergeron battles to find the back of the net and cut the Rangers' lead by one early in the third period.
McKenzie: What Rangers, Bruins want to trade for
High hopes ... maybe not realistic ones, but high hopes.
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Video: Buchnevich beats Chara for sick Rangers goal
Quite a first period for Rangers youngsters, including Jimmy Vesey as well.
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Bruins, Rangers interested in making trades
Multiple NHL GMs are at MSG for the matchup between the Bruins and the Rangers as the two Eastern Conference teams explore trade options.
Captain Gionta? The latest on U.S. Olympic team’s roster (Video)
Bob McKenzie discusses possible captain Brian Gionta, and more.
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Vesey notches second goal against Bruins
Jimmy Vesey doubled his season total in the first period versus the Bruins, scoring his second goal in under a minute.
Vesey scores on net-front scramble to break tie
Rangers left winger Jimmy Vesey keeps with the puck despite traffic in front of Tuukka Rask and finds the back of the net to break the 1-1 tie.
Pastrnak's finesse results in a quick goal
David Pastrnak cleans up the crease with some finesse to quickly tie the Rangers at one in the first period.
Buchnevich gets the Rangers started vs. the Bruins
A turnover by the Bruins results in a top-shelf goal from Rangers winger Pavel Buchnevich in the first period.
Breaking down potential 2018 Olympic hockey roster
Comprised of players like Mark Arcobello and Brian Gionta, the U.S. Men's National Select Team competing in the Deutschland Cup gives a glimpse at the potential Team USA Olympic roster.
WATCH LIVE: Bruins – Rangers, Wednesday Night Rivalry
Rangers aim for fifth straight win.
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Columbus Blue Jackets aren't going away
Their success during the 2016-17 season is not a fluke. This team is good. It will be around for a long time.
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Slumping Leafs will be without Auston Matthews tonight
It will be the first game Matthews has missed in his career.
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NHL on NBCSN: Bruins vs. Rangers; Lightning vs. Sharks
New York and San Jose have each won four games in a row.
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US women rout Finland 8-2 to open Four Nations Cup
Amanda Kessel, Dani Cameranesi and Kelly Pannek each had a goal and an assist.
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Capitals’ back-to-back woes drive Grubauer to drop f-bomb
With 10 back-to-back sets remaining, Washington can't ignore these issues.
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No one was safe in Kings’ wild comeback against Ducks
Goalies weren't safe. Stars weren't safe. Leads weren't safe.
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The Buzzer: Malkin, McDavid, Jagr, dynamic duos
A night of dynamic duos.
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Kings rally to beat rival Ducks in chippy OT game
The Kings rallied from down 3-1 to tie it in the third before Nick Shore fired home the game-winner in OT to beat the rival Ducks, 4-3.
Kings' Shore rips game-winner past Ducks's Miller
Kings' Nick Shore completes the team's comeback with the game-winner in overtime against the rival Ducks.
Kings score PPG to tie Ducks at three
Dustin Brown ties the game for the Kings early in the third period.
Kings' Pearson sets up Kempe perfect for one-timer
Kings' Tanner Pearson delivers a sick assist, setting up Adrian Kempe for a one-time that he buries in the back of the net to cut the Ducks lead to 3-2.
Quick goes after Perry as hate is in the air between Kings, Ducks
Kurtis MacDermid gets a game misconduct.
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Rakell scores on a distracted Quick
Rickard Rakell takes advantage of Corey Perry distracting Jonathan Quick to beat the Kings netminder and extend the Ducks' lead by two goals.
Quick involved in second-period fight vs. Ducks
The rivalry between the Kings and Ducks heated up in the second period with punches thrown between Jonathan Quick and Corey Perry.
Kopitar beats Gibson for 8th goal of the season
Anze Kopitar takes his time before making the quick release and burying the puck through the five hole of John Gibson.
Vatanen scores first goal of the season vs. Kings
Sami Vatanen jumps on a bouncing puck to score his first goal of the season as power play time expired.
Boll picks up the rebound for a 1-0 Ducks lead
Brandon Montour's attempt at a wraparound finds the stick of Jared Boll who buries the puck past Jonathan Quick for a 1-0 Ducks lead.
WATCH LIVE: Los Angeles Kings at Anaheim Ducks
L.A. probably won't take it easy on the Getzlaf-less Ducks.
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Sabres end Capitals’ streak on strength of Pouliot’s video-game goal
A three-game winning streak ends for Washington.
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Kane, Pouliot power Sabres past Capitals, 3-1
Evander Kane scored twice, but it was Benoit Pouliot's incredible goal that sealed the Sabres' 3-1 win over the Capitals.
Video: Tom Wilson fights after his latest big hit
Jake McCabe went after Wilson following his hit on Sam Reinhart.
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Pouliot fires one into net as Sabres regain lead
Sabres' Benoit Pouliot fires a shot past Capitals' Philipp Grubauer to give Buffalo a 2-1 lead in the third period.
Blues’ Fabbri continues road to recovery with knee surgery
St. Louis says there's no timetable for his return yet.
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Wilson and McCabe get chippy after massive hit
Jake McCabe steps up for teammate Sam Reinhart after a big hit from Tom Wilson in the second period of Capitals-Sabres.
Caps, Sabres knotted at one off Ovechkin goal
Alex Ovechkin snaps it home to tie the Sabres at one in the second period.