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Bruins beat the stingy Islanders with a solid 4 -1 effort

Bruins beat the stingy Islanders with a solid 4 -1 effort

Taylor Hall scored his first goal for Boston and Tuukka Rask stopped 22 shots to earn his first victory since February on Thursday night, when the Bruins dominated the New York Islanders and won 4-1.
Hellebuyck shuts the door as the Jets top the Leafs

Hellebuyck shuts the door as the Jets top the Leafs

Nikolaj Ehlers scored twice and Connor Helleybuck made 31 saves as the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2 on Thursday.
Stamkos still on the limp after Blue Jackets game

Stamkos still on the limp after Blue Jackets game

Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos has been placed on long-term injured reserve with a lower-body injury, the team announced Friday.
Vancouver makes a couple of moves at the deadline to open up off-season options

Vancouver makes a couple of moves at the deadline to open up off-season options

The Vancouver Canucks do not know if Matthew Highmore will turn into a player who can help them. But Monday’s trade was proof the National Hockey League team is confident Adam Gaudette will never be the player they wanted him to be.
Leafs' make a splash at the deadline, but sink on the pond in Montreal

Leafs' make a splash at the deadline, but sink on the pond in Montreal

The end result against the Canadiens wasn't familiar, as it marked the first-place Leafs’ first multi-goal defeat in a month. But a major symptom in their losses is recurring.
Twins, Wolves, Wild postpone games after police shooting of Daunte Wright

Twins, Wolves, Wild postpone games after police shooting of Daunte Wright

The Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Wild and Minnesota Timberwolves postponed games scheduled for Monday after Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, was fatally shot by police during a traffic stop on Sunday in Brooklyn Center, a suburb adjacent to Minneapolis.
Sens' double up the Jets in Ottawa

Sens' double up the Jets in Ottawa

Brady Tkachuk scored twice, Connor Brown extended his franchise-record goal-scoring streak to eight games and the Ottawa Senators beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-2 Monday.
Leafs' grab a 6-pack at the deadline

Leafs' grab a 6-pack at the deadline

By going all in at the NHL Trade Deadline, Kyle Dubas rewarded a Maple Leafs group providing a level of consistency beyond anything seen in Toronto in decades.
Flames trade Bennett, sixth-rounder to Panthers for second-rounder, Heineman

Flames trade Bennett, sixth-rounder to Panthers for second-rounder, Heineman

The Calgary Flames have traded forward Sam Bennett and 2022 sixth-round pick to the Florida Panthers for a 2022 second-round selection and prospect Emil Heineman, per Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman.
Giordano gets his 500th point but Calgary can't pick up 2
4:28am - Tue 06 Apr

Giordano gets his 500th point but Calgary can't pick up 2

All hope the Calgary Flames had for a playoff spot is now gone, and the players know it better than anyone else.
Staal comes up big for the Habs after his escape from Buffalo
4:24am - Tue 06 Apr

Staal comes up big for the Habs after his escape from Buffalo

Eric Staal, in his Montreal debut, scored the overtime winner as the Canadiens rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat the Edmonton Oilers 3-2 Monday.
Gallagher's out for the next few weeks after being hit by friendly fire
4:22am - Tue 06 Apr

Gallagher's out for the next few weeks after being hit by friendly fire

Montreal Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher suffered a fractured thumb in Monday's game against the Edmonton Oilers and is expected to be sidelined for multiple weeks.
"Health and Safety" protocols shut down the Canucks until April 8th
4:48am - Sat 03 Apr

"Health and Safety" protocols shut down the Canucks until April 8th

The Vancouver Canucks' COVID-19 issues continue to grow as five players were added to the NHL's COVID-19 protocols on Friday, bringing the total number of players on the list to seven.
Hart gets the start tomorrow verse the Isles after getting out of Vigneault's Chateau Bow Wow
4:46am - Sat 03 Apr

Hart gets the start tomorrow verse the Isles after getting out of Vigneault's Chateau Bow Wow

The Philadelphia Flyers will have Carter Hart back in net on Saturday against the New York Islanders after sitting him for two games earlier this week.
Leafs grab 2 points in the 'Peg with a shootout win over the Jets
4:40am - Sat 03 Apr

Leafs grab 2 points in the 'Peg with a shootout win over the Jets

Jason Spezza scored the only goal of the shootout to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 2-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Friday night at Bell MTS Place.
The Leafs are staying positive on Andersen's lower body injury
7:06am - Sun 28 Mar

The Leafs are staying positive on Andersen's lower body injury

The Toronto Maple Leafs are not actively looking to trade for a goaltender despite the injury to Frederik Andersen.
Another second-rate article by internet "expert" Mark Spector
7:05am - Sun 28 Mar

Another second-rate article by internet "expert" Mark Spector

Finally, the Oilers expect to win. And blowing a 3-1 lead after 40 minutes does not have a bunch of guys telling us how well they played, or how close they were.
10, 9, ....oh, never-mind. Florida beats Dallas late in O.T.
6:58am - Sun 28 Mar

10, 9, ....oh, never-mind. Florida beats Dallas late in O.T.

Aaron Ekblad scored with 9.3 seconds left in overtime after his apparent winner moments earlier was wiped out by a replay review, and the Florida Panthers beat the Dallas Stars 4-3 on Saturday night.
Gaudreau's not losing any sleep over Sutter's per-game comments
6:54am - Sun 28 Mar

Gaudreau's not losing any sleep over Sutter's per-game comments

Message received. Response delivered. After Flames coach Darryl Sutter suggested pre-game Johnny Gaudreau lacked energy in his previous outing, the Calgary star rose to the challenge Saturday in a 4-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets.
Call the Copps, the Canucks' offense in missing.
7:13am - Thu 25 Mar

Call the Copps, the Canucks' offense in missing.

A four-goal performance by Andrew Copp lifted the Winnipeg Jets to a dominant 5-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks Wednesday.
Franchise favorite Bob Plager killed in automobile accident
7:06am - Thu 25 Mar

Franchise favorite Bob Plager killed in automobile accident

Bobby Plager, an original member of the St. Louis Blues who spent more than 50 years with the franchise, has died at 78.
Free-falling. Sabres continue plummeting to new lows with their 15th straight loss
7:02am - Thu 25 Mar

Free-falling. Sabres continue plummeting to new lows with their 15th straight loss

Sidney Crosby picked up his 13th goal of the season, Tristan Jarry stopped 26 shots and the Pittsburgh Penguins push Buffalo's winless streak to 15 games and counting with a 5-2 victory on Wednesday night.
Scapegoat or symptom? Where does the buck stop on "Game Management"
7:00am - Thu 25 Mar

Scapegoat or symptom? Where does the buck stop on "Game Management"

Tim Peel's time as an NHL referee ended following a hot mic incident Tuesday where he talked about wanting to give Nashville a penalty. But the idea of game management and even up penalties is nothing new, so what does this incident say about its role?