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Maple Leafs looking for their ‘mojo’ after back-to-back losses
Leafs struggling to score 5v5 and it's showing in their recent results.
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Kings hold closed-door meeting after latest embarrassing loss
The Kings simply need to be better in every area.
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Charles Wang, former New York Islanders owner, dies at 74
He was the majority owner until 2016 and since then had been a minority co-owner.
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The Buzzer: Red Wings win; Laviolette lost a bet
Breaking down a busy Saturday in the NHL.
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Blackhawks saw ‘vintage’ Crawford in win vs. Columbus
Chicago isn't exactly easing Corey Crawford back into the action.
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Concussion worries loom as Predators put Rinne on IR
Reigning Vezina-winner left Friday after a collision with teammate Kevin Fiala.
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Avs’ MacKinnon belongs in best in NHL conversation
He is not that far behind McDavid, Crosby, and other top stars.
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Who’s hockey’s best? McDavid, Matthews, Crosby stir debate
McDavid or Matthews? Matthews or McDavid?
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PHT Roundtable: Early-season surprises, stand-out stats
Which surprise team can maintain its early-season success?
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Coaches win appeal against ban for removing medals at worlds
They faced bans of two or three games at the 2019 junior worlds.
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Wild's third-period rally keys win over Stars
The Minnesota Wild put up three goals in the third period and goaltender Devan Dubnyk stood on his head to give them a 3-1 win over the Dallas Stars.
The Buzzer: Huberdeau is SO hero for Panthers
A look at Friday night's NHL action.
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Dubnyk leads Wild during win over Stars
Dubnyk stopped 24 shots in the second period.
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Panthers top Capitals in shootout for first win
Jonathan Huberdeau scored the shootout winner as the Panthers defeated the Capitals, 6-5, in a wild, back-and-forth affair in Washington, D.C.
Dubnyk is standing tall for the Wild in net
Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk has gotten off to a strong start to the season, keeping his team in games eveyr night despite the volume of shots coming his way.
Suter banks it off Lindell to give Wild 2-1 lead
Ryan Suter banked the puck off Esa Lindell from behind the net to score the game-winner for the Wild against the Stars.
Dumba ties game for the Wild
Matt Dumba knotted the score at one goal a piece between the Minnesota Wild and the Dallas Stars.
Spezza deflects it past Dubnyk to give Stars lead
The Stars finally scored on Devan Dubnyk as Jason Spezza deflects it into the net only 36 seconds into the third period to give the Stars a 1-0 lead.
Coyotes’ Dvorak sidelined indefinitely by torn pectoral
Dvorak was injured last week during a rehab skate for an unrelated injury.
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WATCH LIVE: Wild visit Stars on NBCSN
Coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET.
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Golden Knights make big gamble on Alex Tuch
A seven-year, $33.25M extension for a largely unproven forward.
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Rolling chair hockey, fat cartwheels as Dallas Stars face Dude Perfect
Fun stuff featuring Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, and John Klingberg.
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Reviewing Erik Karlsson’s start with Sharks
Going deeper than zero goals, four assists in seven games ...
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Seguin, Benn, Klingberg battle with Dude Perfect
Tyler Seguin, Jamie Benn and John Klingberg of the Dallas Stars crashed Dude Perfect's headquarters to take them on in a series of competitions.
PHT on Fantasy Hockey: Add them while you still can
Pondering players who are widely available or mostly taken: who should you add?
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Mikko Rantanen turning into ‘driving force’ for Avalanche
Rantanen is the current NHL assist leader.
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NHL on NBCSN: Stars look to get back to winning ways vs. Wild
Stars looking to end skid against Wild on NBCSN.
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Jackets' Duclair nets epic goal after falling down
Anthony Duclair was a one man show with this incredible goal for the Blue Jackets in their win against the Flyers.
PHT Morning Skate: McDavid or Matthews?; Goalie concussion concern
Friday's collection of links.
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The Buzzer: Murray shuts out Leafs; Raanta spoils Crawford’s return
The Pittsburgh Penguins cooled off the Toronto Maple Leafs, we saw a couple of hat tricks, some big name goalies returned to the lineup for their teams.
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Connor McDavid ruined the Bruins’ overtime
The best player in the world did it again.
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Toronto’s early goalie pull backfires with Kadri own goal
This is not what Nazem Kadri intended to do.
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Penguins – Maple Leafs is about as fun as it gets
Unless you're a goalie or defensive-minded coach ...
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Looking at Johnny Gaudreau’s career, 100 goals in
The 25-year-old has been a deadly scorer since his first game in the NHL.
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Blackhawks finally get Crawford back
Crawford faces challenges in returning to full-strength, though.
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Maple Leafs’ Auston Matthews on Tavares, learning to win (PHT Q&A)
Matthews is off to red-hot start with 10 goals in seven games.
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NWHL Commish: 1 women’s hockey league ‘inevitable’
The investor-funded NWHL has provided a framework for how a pro women's league can function, but most observers agree that two leagues competing for the same talent pool and limited financial resources isn'...
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PHT Morning Skate: Ducks sign Ritchie; Capitals’ faceoff woes
Thursday's collection of links.
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Wickenheiser, Pegula reflect NHL’s trend toward diversity
Wickenheiser has long criticized the NHL's lack of diversity, especially when it comes to hiring women as compared with North America's other major professional sports.
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The Buzzer: Gallagher’s dagger
Breaking down Wednesday's four games, including a big Blues blunder.
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Rangers' fans have lots to be excited about
The rebuilding Rangers are giving their fans a lot to be excited about, says Jeremy Roenick, especially if they can limit their mistakes.
Frolik gets the message after healthy scratch
Flames wing Michael Frolik scored two goals after being a healthy scratch the previous night, which really impressed Keith Jones.
Tkachuk: Flames are 'determined to get wins'
Calgary left wing Matthew Tkachuk talks about the Flames' win over the Boston Bruins, how the team's energy has changed and Johnny Gaudreau's 100th goal.
Flames extinguish Bruins’ hot streak
"The 3M Line" made the ultimate difference.
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Flames run away with win over Bruins
The Calgary Flames dominated the Boston Bruins with five goals, including two back-to-back scores 48 seconds apart.
Canadiens avoid OT with last-second goal vs. Blues
A last-second goal from Brendan Gallagher kept the Montreal Canadiens out of OT vs. the St. Louis Blues for a 3-2 win.
Marchand cuts Flames' lead from Bergeron pass
Brad Marchand grabs Boston's second goal of the night with a pass from Patrice Bergeron to cut Calgary's lead and keep the Bruins in the game.
Flames' Frolik on fire with second goal vs. Bruins
Calgary Flames right wing Michael Frolik gets his second goal of the night, bringing the Flames to 4-1 over the Boston Bruins.