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Senators snap 8-game skid with OT win over Ducks -
6:57am - 10 Jan 2019

Battle Of The Biteless

In a matchup of teams with eight-game losing streaks, Colin White was able to provide some much-needed relief for the Ottawa Senators.
Jan. 10: Ovechkin first Russia-born player with 50
5:53am - 10 Jan 2019

Records Were Meant To Be Broken

2016: Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin becomes the fifth-fastest player in NHL history, and the first born in Russia, to score 500 goals. The milestone comes when he scores a power-play goal at 16:19 of the second period in the Capitals' 7-1 victory against the visiting Ottawa Senators.
Capitals surprise youth team that backed black pla
5:46am - 10 Jan 2019

Stand And Deliver

ARLINGTON, Va. -- When Devante Smith-Pelly read a Washington Post article about what happened to Divyne Apollon II and his Metro Maple Leafs teammates during a youth hockey tournament on Dec. 29, the Washington Capitals forward wanted to do something to show his support.
Filip Forsberg leads Predators past Blackhawks in
5:41am - 10 Jan 2019

Reunited, And It Feels So Good.......

Filip Forsberg scored a minute into overtime for his second goal of the game, and the Nashville Predators beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 on Wednesday night for their third straight victory.
Puck Personality: Guess that Cat
4:41am - 08 Jan 2019

Meow Zedong???

In honor of National Cat Day, Nick Bjugstad, Jonathan Huberdeau and other Florida Panthers play a game of 'Name That (Famous) Cat!'
Schenn, Tarasenko score as Blues send Flyers to 7t
4:29am - 08 Jan 2019

Still Singing' The Blues. Binnington Records First NHL Shutout As St. Louis Plucks The Flyers

Brayden Schenn and Vladimir Tarasenko scored and Jordan Binnington stopped 25 shots in his first NHL start to lead the St. Louis Blues past the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 on Monday night in a listless game between two of the worst teams in the league.
P.K. Subban sends words of encouragement to young

Good on ya PK!

In case anyone needed a reminder that P.K. Subban is possibly one the nicest players in the NHL, the Nashville Predators defenceman added yet another act of kindness to an already extensive list of good deeds on Saturday night.