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Premier Hockey Federation to increase salary cap, add 2 teams
The league is more than doubling each teams’ salary cap to $750,000 and adding two expansion franchises next season.
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Timo Meier sets all-time Sharks record with 5 goals
He scored them all through the first two periods against the Kings.
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Sharks entering key stretch with playoff race, brutal schedule, Hertl contract situation
The San Jose Sharks are hanging around in the Stanley Cup Playoff race but have a brutal schedule ahead and are still dealing with the Tomas Hertl contract situation.
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PHT Morning Skate: Jack Eichel return possible in a ‘few weeks?’
Monday's collection of links.
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NHL Rink Wrap: Boudreau’s Canucks beat Capitals; League-leading Ovechkin
Reviewing Sunday's lone game, plus Monday's big NHL story.
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NHL Rink Wrap: Fleury records 70th shutout; Ovechkin scores No. 755
A look at a busy Saturday night around the NHL.
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Brad Marchand keeps busting his nose and scoring goals
Marchand had nine goals in his last six games.
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Which teams still have a realistic chance to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs?
The 2021-22 NHL season is quickly approaching the halfway point and the Stanley Cup Playoff race is really starting to take shape.
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NHL Rink Wrap: Hats off to Sam Bennett, Ducks slumping, and Avalanche extend home streak
Sam Bennett records a hat trick while his line dominates for the Florida Panthers, while the Anaheim Ducks have hit a little bit of a slump and the Colorado Avalanche keep winning.
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Islanders’ Ross Johnston suspended 3 games for check to head
The NHL's Department of Player Safety has suspended New York Islanders forward Ross Johnston three games for an illegal check to the head on Thursday night.
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On 2022 NHL All-Star Game snubs, and who should be ‘Last Men in?’
Vote in PHT's polls, and ponder some arguments for "Last Men In."
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Hockey Canada names Julien coach, Doan GM of men’s Olympic team
Doan and Julien replace St. Louis GM Doug Armstrong and Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper.
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Some appreciation for Panthers’ All-Star Huberdeau
And also some guesses for why he might not be fairly appreciated (yet?).
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Kings trainer becomes first female staffer on bench in NHL
Visram likely made history when she stepped in because three Kings support staffers were unavailable because of COVID-19 protocols.
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NHL Rink Wrap: Big upsets; Pastrnak hat trick boosts Rask’s return
What happened in the NHL on Thursday, plus Friday's big story.
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Check out 2022 NHL All-Star Game rosters; Fans vote for ‘Last Men In’
Fans get to choose four more All-Stars -- one from each division.
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USA Hockey unveils 2022 men’s Olympic roster
The U.S. men are in a group with Canada, Germany, and China.
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With Rask back in mix, what is next for Bruins?
What else do the Bruins need to make an extended playoff run in the Eastern Conference?
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Chris Wideman suspended 1 game for head-butting Bruins’ Haula
This is the first time in Wideman's 204-game NHL career that he's been suspended.
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Eric Staal signs tryout deal with AHL Iowa as Olympics loom
Staal last played for the Canadiens during the 2021 Stanley Cup Final.
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NHL Rink Wrap: Marchand dominates again; Vejmelka steals one for Coyotes
It is another multi-goal game for Brad Marchand as he records a hat trick to help lead the Boston Bruins to another win over the Montreal Canadiens.
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U.S., Canada women eager to resume fierce hockey rivalry
One of sports’ fiercest rivalries is set to resume when the 10-nation tournament opens on Feb. 3.
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No NHL boosts Russian hopes for Olympic gold in men’s hockey
The Russians are again favored to win gold after beating Germany in the 2018 final, thanks to the talent coming from the home-based KHL that will shut down for the Olympics.
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Wild getting healthy as Kaprizov, Eriksson Ek on the verge of returning
The two have been out of the lineup but returned to practice this week.
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Sabres’ crease take another hit as goalie injury list reaches four
Four goaltenders are out injured, with two considered "month-to-month."
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Jack Eichel back on ice for first time since neck surgery
The Vegas forward underwent artificial disk replacement surgery on his neck in November.
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KHL to suspend season for a week because of COVID-19 cases
The KHL said it will stop play from Saturday and resume on Jan. 22.
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NHL Rink Wrap: Kodak Black sure was at Panthers game; Makar does it again
What may or may not happened in the NHL on Tuesday, plus Wednesday's big story.
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Ken Holland doesn’t seem eager to make changes to Oilers
Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland met with the media on Tuesday and made it sound like he does not have much interest in making changes to his roster.
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Bruins make it official: Tuukka Rask is back on 1-year deal
The Boston Bruins made it official on Tuesday and announced that veteran goalie Tuukka Rask is back on a one-year contract worth $1 million for this season.
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Brunette, Bednar, Brind’Amour, DeBoer named NHL All-Star coaches
The NHL announced on Tuesday that Andrew Brunette, Jared Bednar, Rod Brind'Amour, and Peter DeBoer will be the four coaches for the 2022 NHL All-Star game.
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Revisiting the Seth Jones trade as Blackhawks visit Blue Jackets
Chicago is making its first visit to Columbus since the trade on Tuesday night.
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Jake Sanderson to play for U.S.; college stars eye Olympic chance
After the NHL decided to withdraw from the 2022 Games, an opportunity of a lifetime was suddenly available for players in the U.S. college ranks.
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Red Wings hire Nicklas Lidstrom as vice president of hockey operations
He joins his former Detroit teammate -- and fellow Hall of Famer -- Steve Yzerman in the team's front office.
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Cole Caufield navigating NHL ups and downs with help from Jack Hughes
The 2019 first-round picks have experienced bumpy starts to their careers.
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Penguins’ Evgeni Malkin nearing return from knee injury
Mike Sullivan said Malkin will be a "game-time" decision for the Penguins' game against Anaheim.
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PHT Morning Skate: Vezina Trophy favorites; Canucks’ big test
Tuesday's collection of links.
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NHL Rink Wrap: Bloody good rally from Marchand, Bruins
What happened on Monday, plus Tuesday's big NHL story.
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NHL fines Stars coach Bowness $25K for stick-bashing outburst
Insult added to the injury of the Stars' late loss to the Blues.
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Core veterans keep rebuilding Kings in playoff hunt
Veterans have helped carry the Kings into the Western Conference playoff picture.
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NHL Power Rankings: Avalanche keep climbing; Predators keep winning
The Avalanche keep moving towards the top spot while the Predators can't stop winning.
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NHLPA files grievance after Sharks terminate Kane’s contract
The Sharks placed Kane on unconditional waivers on Saturday, saying the forward violated COVID-19 protocols while with the AHL Barracuda.
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Kalamazoo Wings use rainbow ice for ‘Hockey is for Everyone’ night
Friday was the ECHL's franchise's "Hockey is for Everyone" night.
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PHT Morning Skate: Kane clears waivers; Blake’s extension
Monday's collection of links.
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NHL Rink Wrap: Zegras shines, Hurricanes sign top goalie prospect, and Bergevin joins Kings
The Anaheim Ducks get a win thanks to Trevor Zegras and Troy Terry while the Carolina Hurricanes sign some much needed goalie depth to their organization.
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NHL COVID news: 2 more games postponed; Gallant enters protocol
The NHL announced on Sunday that two more games originally scheduled for Monday have been postponed while the New York Rangers will be without head coach Gerard Gallant.
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Blues stun Stars thanks to wild, chaotic ending
The St. Louis Blues scored two goals in the closing minute of regulation to beat the Dallas Stars on Sunday afternoon, and it did not make Stars coach Rick Bowness very happy.
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