Ottawa Senators centre Derick Brassard (19) left wing Ryan Dzingel (18) and right wing Mark Stone (61) celebrate a goal by Chris Wideman (not shown) during third period NHL hockey action against the Toronto Maple Leafs in Toronto on Saturday, Feb. 18 2017. Stone had a career night during Ottawa’s 6-
It was a special evening for Colin Chaulk inside Fort Wayne’s Memorial Coliseum Saturday night. The longtime member of the minor league Komets was having his number retired by the franchise during a pre-game ceremony. Apparently, arena workers who prepared the banner were to blame, leading to an embarrassing
Antoine Roussel recorded his first hat trick and Jamie Benn ended the game in dramatic fashion with an overtime winner, but the biggest story out of Saturday night’s Dallas Stars game was the return of Dave Strader to the broadcast booth. Strader has missed the entire season as he fights bile duct cancer
Ryan Dzingel’s Saturday night was going pretty good. Late in the second period, he showed off his defensive game after he made a diving clear with his glove as a puck squirted through Craig Anderson and traveled dangerously through the Senators’ crease. Mike Hoffman and Derick Brassard scored 54 seconds
The Coyotes defeated the Penguins 4-3 in overtime. The Pittsburgh Penguins have done well this season despite injuries hitting their lineup seemingly every week. Add another one to the list as the team announced Friday morning that defenseman Olli Maatta will miss the next six weeks after undergoing
NOVEMBER 11: Eric Lindros speaks with the media during a Hall of Fame Induction photo opportunity at the Hockey Hall Of Fame on November 11, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. Eric Lindros is auctioning off a number of items from his hockey career through Montreal-based Classic Auctions ending March 7. While
Erie Otters forward Dylan Strome scored a pair Wednesday night during a 5-1 win over the London Knights. As Strome entered the Knights’ zone, he bumped into London defenseman Brandon Crawley, knocking the stick out of his hands. Crawley, realizing he needed a stick to defend, then proceeded to swipe
The Bruins defeated the Canadians 4-2. Claude Julien’s plan after being fired by the Boston Bruins last week was a simple one. During his brief time being unemployed, Julien and his wife went on a trip to Vermont.
Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • The patch that will be worn on the Detroit Red Wings’ jerseys in honor of their late owner, Mike Ilitch. • Current and former
The NHL’s oldest player gets even older today as Jaromir Jagr turns 45. He’s the third-oldest skater to ever lace them up, and still has another seven years and 11 days to beat Gordie Howe.
The seventh annual Shear Da Beard event featuring former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel shaving his massive facial foliage was held Monday night and featured a memorable meeting. Nine months after the HBK line became a viral sensation as the Pittsburgh Penguins marched toward a fourth
The Capitals defeated the Islanders 2-1 in overtime. You’re standing on the corner, phone in hand, constantly looking down at the illuminated screen wondering how close your Uber driver is to arriving.
Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Peter Budaj has really made the most of his opportunity as the Los Angeles Kings’ No. 1 goalie. • It’s been a pretty incredible
Washington Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom (19), of Sweden, was called for boarding on the play. If the Detroit Red Wings see their 25-season Stanley Cup playoff streak come to an end this year there will be numerous reasons why. Added to the injury pile on Thursday was defenseman Jonathan Ericsson
Saturday wasn’t the best of nights for Cape Breton Screaming Eagles goaltender Kevin Mandolese. His QMJHL side was shut out 7-0 by the Saint John Sea Dogs, but there was one positive to come out of the rout: This save.
Shayne Gostisbehere is saying all the right things as he waits to get back in the Philadelphia Flyers’ lineup, following three games as a healthy scratch. He’s not sulking or pointing fingers or blaming off-season surgery for his sophomore struggles.
Zach Parise scored his 11th of the season 7:15 into the second period to even things with the Chicago Blackhawks Wednesday night. Review was not conclusive in determining whether Parise had had tagged up at the instant the puck touched Charlie Coyle‘s stick.
The Senators defeated the Penguins 6-5. Martin Havlat announced his retirement from hockey on Wednesday after 790 games over 14 NHL seasons. Drafted 26th overall by the Ottawa Senators in the 1999 NHL Draft, Havlat was a steady producer over his career when healthy.
Claude Julien is finally free. After being fired more times than the Boston Bruins have Stanley Cups during his 10-year tenure in Beantown, he probably won’t be out of work for very long considering the jobs that currently are and could be available in the near future.
When the snowy roads in one man’s neighborhood became too poor to drive on, he decided to take matters into his own hands. Man on Zamboni pulled over clearing snow from #CentralSaanich roads & escorted back home. “I think his intentions were good, I think he was trying to make a difference,” Central
Larry Fitzgerald has accomplished a lot in NFL career, from being an All-Pro to playing in the Super Bowl to being on the cover of the Madden videogame. Now it’s time for him to try and conquer another sport, which he got his first opportunity to do so on Tuesday with the Arizona Coyotes. Fitzgerald
FEBRUARY 06: Scottie Upshall #10 and Vladimir Tarasenko #91 congratulate Carter Hutton #40 of the St Louis Blues after shutting out the Philadelphia Flyers 2-0 on February 6, 2017 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hutton made 26 saves and Paul Stastny and Kenny Agostino supplied
The Columbus Blue Jackets are on their way to a third playoff appearance in franchise history in a season that featured their remarkable 16-game winning streak. According to Sports Business Journal, local television ratings for Blue Jackets games are up an NHL-best 110 percent this season.