After playing with Kenya's lone hockey team, Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby reunited with the squad's captain before the Penguins game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday.
All-Star Tomas Tatar and Mike Smith losing his job in Calgary are just two bold predictions from Yahoo Fantasy's Kyle Cantlon.
Stars looking to end skid against Wild on NBCSN.
The hockey world simply can't resist talking about the best player debate, even though there's no valid choice but Connor McDavid.
The Sharks couldn't get it done on the power play in their first six games. Against the Sabres, it was a completely different story.
The San Jose Sharks have been struggling to score on the power play early this season. Splitting up star defensemen Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson to put them on different units helped do the trick. Logan Couture had his third career hat trick and the Sharks scored three times on the power play to beat the Buffalo Sabres 5-1 Thursday night in their first game back from a five-game road trip.
Valtteri Filppula isn't taking many shots, but the third-line center is making them count. The New York Islanders decided to follow his lead, with Filppula scoring two goals on two shots to help his team snap a two-game road losing streak with a 7-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night. Filppula, Matt Martin, Leo Komarov and Andrew Ladd each had a goal in the third period as the Islanders set a season high in scoring.
The Tampa Bay Lightning announced that they have acquired minor league center Mitch Hults from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for future considerations. The good 'ole future considerations asset. According to ProSportsTransactions.com, the Lightning have traded future considerations eight times previously and acquired future considerations 18 times. They certainly have plenty more future considerations in their pocket to trade with. What does it mean? Nobody knows. Julien BriseBois may be obligated to take Ducks general manager Bob Murray to Bern's Steakhouse when the Ducks come to town just after Thanksgiving. He might have to send them an Edible Arrangements fruit bouquet even. We're not sure.
Brooke Matherson was determined to finished her field hockey career at Boston College on her own terms. A stress fracture that developed into a broken bone in her foot cost the Walpole High graduate her sophomore season at BC. Then last fall, after starting six of 13 games for the Eagles as a senior, she was sidelined for the final six with a broken thumb. She had plans to pursue law school after graduation. But this fall, in her final season of eligibility, she is the only graduate student on the BC roster for coach Kelly Doyon. Her level of experience has given Matherson the chance to understand the game on a new level and impart her knowledge to her teammates. “When they get to be seniors,