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San Jose Sharks approved for home games beginning Feb. 13
The Sharks will still play their first two scheduled “home” games of the season in Arizona against Vegas next week.
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Your 2020-21 NHL on NBC TV schedule
The season opens with a Jan. 13 tripleheader on NBCSN.
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Saros, Duchene shine for Nashville in shootout
Juuse Saros stopped all three Chicago attempts and Matt Duchene's tally pushed the Preds past the Blackhawks.
Highlights: Saros, Preds edge Hawks in shootout
Juuse Saros made 29 saves on 30 shots and stopped all three shootout attempts to lead Nashville to a 2-1 win over Chicago.
Thoughts: Goalies star as Predators slip by Blackhawks
The Predators needed to go beyond regulation to beat the Blackhawks once again.
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Carpenter sneaks one home to tie game at 1
Just minutes after Nashville's goal, Ryan Carpenter slips in front of net and puts one past Juuse Saros to even the score again for Chicago.
Cousins scores on breakaway to put Preds up 1-0
Nick Cousins picks up the puck on the break and beats Kevin Lankinen five-hole to open the scoring five minutes into the third.
Chayka's suspension historically unprecedented
Bob McKenzie breaks down why the NHL came down on former Coyotes GM John Chayka in a way that the league seldom has before.
Where do Pens go after Rutherford resignation?
After Jim Rutherford's shocking resignation just weeks into the 2021 season, Bob McKenzie examines where the Penguins could go from here.
Blackhawks-Predators stream: How to watch Wednesday Night Hockey
Coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.
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How will Laine mesh with Tortorella, Jackets?
The Our Line Starts crew takes a look at the Dubois-Laine trade from the Columbus side and how Patrik Laine will fit in with the Blue Jackets, as well as how he'll play under head coach John Tortorella.
Can Dubois reach 'superstar' status with Jets?
Our Line Starts debates whether Pierre-Luc Dubois can take the next step in Winnipeg or whether the Columbus fallout will carry over to his new team.
Is star power enough for Oilers to make playoffs?
The Our Line Starts crew takes a look at the North Division and debates whether or not Edmonton can capture a playoff spot and if MVPs Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl are enough to lead the team to the...
Toffoli, Petry leading Habs to new heights in 2021
Our Line Starts breaks down the Canadiens' hot start and how Tyler Toffoli, Josh Anderson and other offseason acquisitions, as well as returners like Jeff Petry and Nick Suzuki, are making Montreal a top...
Jackets, Jets odds shift after Dubois-Laine deal
Liam McHugh, Keith Jones and Patrick Sharp discuss how the Pierre-Luc Dubois/Patrik Laine blockbuster impacts Division and Stanley Cup odds for Columbus and Winnipeg, as well as where each team ranks now...
‘Sloppy’ hockey is the name of the game early in NHL season
After no exhibition games - and no action at all for seven teams in the past 10 months - there have been plenty of odd-man rushes and mistakes, with six goals a game being scored on average.
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Burns' last-minute heroics lead Sharks past Wild
Brent Burns breaks a 3-3 tie with 1:48 remaining in regulation to power San Jose to a 5-3 victory over Minnesota with his 40th career game-winning goal.
Wednesday Night Hockey: Suter’s quick start a positive in a pile of negatives in Chicago
Coverage of Blackhawks-Predators begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.
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PHT Morning Skate: Kraken hire John Forslund; booming NWHL
Wednesday's collection of links.
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The Buzzer: Electric Ehlers, red-hot Gibson, and one angry Tkachuk
Highlights, scores, and more from both the NHL and NWHL.
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Highlights: Late Schultz goal gets Caps past Isles
After a tense third period, Justin Schultz rifled home the game-winner with 26.4 seconds left to give Washington a 3-2 win over the Islanders.
Depleted Capitals burn Islanders late: Takeaways
Capitals stay undefeated in regulation, even with injuries and illnesses thinning their ranks.
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Schultz scores in final seconds to give Caps win
Justin Schultz finds some space and fires the game-winner past Semyon Varlamov with less than thirty seconds left to put the Capitals past the Islanders.
Sprong goes top-shelf to draw Caps level
Daniel Sprong finds a little room and takes advantage, going bar-down to bring the Capitals even at 2 with the Islanders.
Barzal jumps on loose puck to put Isles ahead
Mathew Barzal capitalizes on a careless pass in the Washington zone to give New York a 2-1 lead over the Caps midway through the second period.
Islanders' Dobson ties score against Capitals
New York's Noah Dobson lets a shot go from the blue line, which beats Washington's Vitek Vanecek and knots the score at 1-1 late in the first period.
COVID forces Golden Knights coaches to quarantine; GM on bench vs. Blues
DeBoer and his staff make way for Kelly McCrimmon for at least one game.
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Carlson starts scoring for Capitals vs. Islanders
John Carlson's second goal of the season comes midway through the first period off assists from Justin Schultz and Nicklas Backstrom to give the Capitals a 1-0 advantage against the visiting Islanders.
Capitals-Islanders stream: Tuesday’s NHL on NBCSN matchup
Coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.
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Alex Pietrangelo ready to ‘move forward’ ahead of first game against Blues
Pietrangelo signed a seven-year deal in Vegas after 12 years with the Blues.
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NHL Injury News: Campbell out ‘weeks’ for Leafs; Rangers lose Chytil
A look at some injury news around the NHL.
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NHL Horoscopes Week 3: First full moon of the season
The first full moon of the NHL season arrives on Thursday.
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NHL on NBCSN: Anders Lee on Barry Trotz, lessons learned from 2020 playoffs
Coverage of Capitals-Islanders begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.
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The Buzzer: Brandon Sutter’s hat trick leads Canucks over Senators
Just one game was on the NHL schedule Monday night.
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NHL Power Rankings: Early surprises, disappointments, and mystery teams
PHT reveals their latest power rankings and looks at what teams remain a mystery after the first few weeks of the season.
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NHL reportedly suspends ex-Coyotes GM John Chayka for rest of year
Chayka is reportedly prevented from working for any NHL team through the end of the year.
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Nothing is going right for the Canucks
There was a lot of reason for excitement for the Canucks this season but the first seven games have been a major disappointment.
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Offseason additions driving Canadiens start
The Montreal Canadiens were one of the busiest teams in the league this offseason and the new additions are already paying off.
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Minnesota Whitecaps depth a hallmark in Isobel Cup run
The Minnesota Whitecaps believe they've gone a bit overlooked.
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Predators goalie Connor Ingram in NHL/NHLPA player assistance program
The NHL and NHLPA announced Ingram’s decision Monday and said there will be no further comment.
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NHL postpones Hurricanes-Lightning, announces other schedule changes
Six of the seven rescheduled games involve the Carolina Hurricanes.
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Hockey Culture: Kendall Coyne Schofield continues forging ahead for women’s hockey
She joined Anson Carter to discuss her path to Olympic gold, becoming the first woman to compete in the NHL All-Star Skills Competition
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PHT Morning Skate: Jets better with Dubois; NHL Draft changes
Monday's collection of links.
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Blackhawks bring meals to nurses in COVID-19 units
Connor Murphy, Duncan Keith, and Brent Seabrook are among the Chicago Blackhawks players who have been delivering meals to nurses who work in COVID-19 units.
The Buzzer: Suter tricks Red Wings; Fleury, Wedgewood blank foes
A look at Sunday's busy schedule around the NHL.
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Leon Draisaitl’s buzzer-beater helps Oilers down Jets
The 2020 NHL MVP was left alone between the circles to fire home the late winner.
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Hockey Hall of Famer George Armstrong dies at 90
Armstrong captained the Maple Leafs to four Stanley Cups in the 1960s.
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Pierre-Luc Dubois talks about why he requested trade from Blue Jackets
Pierre-Luc Dubois talked on Saturday night about why he requested a trade from the Columbus Blue Jackets and how he ended up in Winnipeg.
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