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WATCH LIVE: Blackhawks visit Rangers on NBCSN
Coverage begins at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
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Former hockey Olympian Lyndsey Fry giving back in Arizona
Growing up in Arizona, Fry had limited opportunities to play hockey, particularly against other girls.
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Berube’s Blues playing well enough to make run at playoffs
They've gone 5-2-1 in their past eight games to move within four points of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference and can now think about the postseason.
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‘Dinosaur’ defensemen like Orpik survive in NHL by adapting
Orpik, who helped the Washington Capitals win the Stanley Cup last season and played his 1,000th NHL regular-season game Tuesday
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NHL on NBCSN: Rangers look to continue to build off Quinn’s challenge
Coverage of Blackhawks-Rangers begins at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
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Off the Ice: Brad Marchand makes cannoli, explains licking opponents
Off the Ice with Kathryn Tappen takes viewers behind the scenes with some of the NHL’s most intriguing players.
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The Buzzer: Couturier nets hatty; Duchene sticks it to Avalanche
All the best from Wednesday night in the NHL.
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Ducks make a hat trick of deals Wednesday as re-tooling continues
Ducks' Murray keeps wheelin' and dealin'.
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Coyotes end Sharks unbeaten run to start 2019
All good things must come to an end.
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Sabres edge Flames on the road in overtime
Jack Eichel scores late in the overtime period to help the Sabres score a 4-3 road win against the Flames.
Coyotes double up Sharks at home to stay hot
Arizona takes down Pacific Division foe San Jose in a 6-3 victory for the Coyotes' fourth win in the last five games and to snap the Sharks' seven-game winning streak.
Stepan, Coyotes defend home ice against Sharks
Derek Stepan talks about what it means for the Coyotes to come out on top against the Sharks to move to within four points of a playoff spot and snap San Jose's seven-game winning streak.
Couture's PP goal gets Sharks within one
Sharks center Logan Couture scores on the power play to bring San Jose within one vs. the Coyotes.
World Cup of Hockey won't happen in 2020
The NHL and National Hockey League Players’ Association announced that 2020 is too soon to plan for the World Cup of Hockey.
Kane fires away to cut Sharks' deficit vs. Coyotes
Sharks winger Evander Kane finds the Coyotes' net, cutting Arizona's lead to 4-2 half way through the second period.
Ekman-Larsson continues onslaught for Coyotes
Oliver Ekman-Larsson scores his sixth goal of the season to give Arizona a 4-1 lead against San Jose on home ice.
Fischer pads Coyotes lead vs. Sharks
Coyotes winger Christian Fischer flies through Sharks traffic to find the San Jose net, increasing Arizona's lead to 3-1.
Lebanc's goal halves Sharks' deficit vs. Coyotes
Kevin Labanc got the San Jose Sharks back into the game after tough start with a godl midway through the first period, halving the Arizona Coyotes' lead to 2-1.
Couturier’s hat trick, Hart’s 39 saves help Flyers hold on against Bruins
Couturier notches first career hat trick.
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Panik scores shorthanded to increase Coyotes lead
Richard Panik picks off a pass on the penalty kill and is off to the races on the breakaway, beating Aaron Dell on the glove side to give the Coyotes a 2-0 advantage in the first.
Hart: Win vs. Bruins shows how much Flyers care
Flyers goalie Carter Hart discusses Philadelphia's 4-3 win over the Bruins, which included 39 saves and four unanswered Flyers goals.
Crouse, Coyotes strike quickly vs. Sharks
Lawson Crouse quickly opens up scoring for the Coyotes, giving Arizona an early 1-0 lead over the San Jose Sharks.
Couturier's hat trick leads Flyers past Bruins
The Philadelphia Flyers won their second straight thanks to Sean Couturier's first career hat trick and Carter Hart's 39 saves.
Cehlarik puts Bruins within one vs. Flyers
Bruins winger Peter Cehlarik finds the Flyers net, bringing Boston within one of Philadelphia late in the third period.
Couturier's first career hat trick
Sean Couturier netted his first career hat trick Wednesday night against the Boston Bruins.
Couturier's goal nets first career hat trick
Flyers center Sean Couturier completes his first career hat trick to increase Philadelphia's lead over the Bruins to 4-2.
WATCH LIVE: Sharks visit on Coyotes on NBCSN
Coverage begins at 10 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
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Flyers' Couturier nets second goal of game
Sean Couturier scores his second goal of the game in the second period to give the Flyers their first lead of night against the Bruins.
Couturier's deflection levels game for Flyers
Sean Couturier's redirect goal tied the game for the Flyers against the Bruins in the second period.
NASCAR champ Martin Truex Jr. goes between the benches on Wednesday Night Hockey
Fast on the track, Truex impressed with the speed of NHL game.
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Lindblom gets Flyers on the board vs. Bruins
Oskar Lindblom gets one by Jaroslav Halak to cut the Boston Bruins' lead to 2-1 over the Philadelphia Flyers.
Bruins' Cehlarik scores first career NHL goal
Jake DeBrusk finds a streaking Peter Cehlarik, who beats Carter Hart to give the Bruins a 2-0 lead against the Flyers in the first.
Bruins' Pastrnak sneaks past Flyers for early lead
Bruins winger David Pastrnak opens up scoring on the Power Play, giving Boston an early 1-0 lead over the Flyers.
Surging Sergachev gives loaded Lightning yet another weapon
Yes, his growth is scary for the rest of the NHL.
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NHL, NHLPA agree to no World Cup in 2020
But there's hope for the future, both sides say.
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Blue Jackets unlikely to move Bobrovsky
Despite some drama, it's not likely that the Columbus Blue Jackets would consider trading goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky in the midst of a playoff push.
Coyotes' Ekman-Larsson supporting Arizona youth
Arizona Coyotes Captain Oliver Ekman-Larsson is an integral supporter and mentor for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale both on the ice and off.
Breaking down Duchene's future with Senators
Darren Dreger breaks down the latest NHL news, including the Ottawa Senators trying to keep Matt Duchene before he becomes a free agent.
WATCH LIVE: Flyers take on Bruins on NBCSN
Coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
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Marchand explains licking opponents, makes cannoli
On the latest Off the Ice, Boston Bruins' Brad Marchand details why he licks players during games, makes cannoli in Boston with Kathryn Tappen and pranks Jeremy Roenick.
Habs’ Byron suspended three games for hit on Panthers’ Weegar
Byron accepted responsibility for the hit.
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Bergeron playing on 15 years of growth, maturity
Entering his 15th NHL season, Patrice Bergeron is viewed as one of the best two-way players in the league and has become Boston's leader.
Stage set for Oilers to make panic trade
Should we prepare for Chiarelli's final masterpiece in Edmonton?
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Blue Jackets are red-hot, mostly with Bob on the bench
A weird, wonderful winning streak.
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Seeking consistency, Bruins scratch struggling Backes
Peter Cehlarik will take Backes' place alongside Krejci and DeBrusk.
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OTI Extra: Marchand plays fill-in-the-story game
Brad Marchand was a good sport when asked to play a fun game filling in the blanks to create a story