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NHL goaltenders do their best to defend the unpredictable at the net

AP As of 10.39 pm EST February 13, 2019 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – NHL goaltenders are preparing for the unpredictable, ready to allow pucks to deflect sticks, bodies, feet or a divot in the ice, beyond all else. Equipment designed… Continue Reading →

NHL goaltenders do their best to prepare for unexpected, unpredictable events

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – NHL goaltenders are preparing for the unpredictable, ready to allow pucks to deflect sticks, bodies, feet or a divot in the ice, beyond all else. Equipment designed to help defend their net. Strange, unstable or just… Continue Reading →

NHL goaltenders do their best to defend the unpredictable at the net

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – NHL goalies are preparing for the unpredictable, ready to allow pucks to deflect sticks, bodies, feet or a divot in the ice, in front of all the equipment designed to defend their net. Strange, unstable or… Continue Reading →

Luogo of the Panthers Reaches Second Place for Goalie Game | NHL

After 20 years in the NHL, Roberto Luongo is still in history, since he is now second in his history by a goalkeeper. Luongo played his 1030th game Sunday night at the end of the second period against the Lightning,… Continue Reading →

Ovechkin passes Fedorov as the best Russian player in the NHL – ProHockeyTalk

For the third year in a row, the Detroit Red Wings will miss the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This means that as the deadline for trading in the NHL is fast approaching, they should be looking to sell all their free… Continue Reading →

NHL Entry Deadline: Senators Duchene and Stone Among Moving Candidates

Some dominoes have already fallen before the deadline for trade in the NHL. Forwards Derick Brassard, Nick Bjugstad and Andrew Cogliano have changed address, as well as defenders Jake Muzzin and Jamie Oleksiak. Here is an overview of other names… Continue Reading →

Tight ranking in NHL slows trade action before deadline

When the Maple Leafs sent a first-round pick and two hopes to the Kings for Jake Muzzin, the flood gates did not really open a month before the trade deadline. This is because the ranking slows everything down. With less… Continue Reading →

Canucks D Alex Edler's stretched ice after a scary fall | NHL

Alex Edler suffered a scary fall in a game against the Flyers on Monday. The Canucks defender left the game on a stretcher after landing in first on the ice. Philly incident at Philly as the stretcher came out for… Continue Reading →

NHL Celebrates Black History Month for the First Time – ProHockeyTalk

We have to talk about the San Jose Sharks this week because they look fantastic this season. They do not have a single player in the top 20 in the league to score, and only one (Brent Burns) in the… Continue Reading →

The Red Wings finally leave the No. 4 Red Kelly in Detroit | NHL

It may have taken some time, but Red Kelly's number 4 is finally hanging in the attic in Detroit. On Friday night, the Red Wings paid tribute to the 91-year-old Hall of Fame and eight-time Stanley Cup champion by retiring… Continue Reading →

NHL rankings after the 17th week

January 31, 2019 Greg WyshynskiESPN In the NHL, trust is everything. Nothing boosts self-confidence more than putting a goal on the board to gain an edge over an opponent. This can change the way the scoring team plays. This can… Continue Reading →

NHL commentator under fire after cringeworthy interactions with Olympic gold medalist

Kendall Coyne Schofield won an Olympic gold medal for the United States last February. (AP) NHL commentator Pierre McGuire has been criticized for his "cringeworthy" interactions with Olympic women's hockey gold medalist Kendall Coyne Schofield, who worked as an analyst… Continue Reading →

NHL record: Kings start rebuilding their late list | NHL

Can not get enough rumors from the NHL? Lyle Richardson's Roundup Rumor Roundup serves as a unique guide for the latest league rumors. Any other removals for the Kings? The Los Angeles Kings seem to start early with a late… Continue Reading →

NHL suspends Austin Watson of indeterminate Predators for alcohol abuse

Austin Watson tackles off-ice problems again in Nashville. The Predators forward has been suspended indefinitely by the NHL this week due to alcohol abuse. Watson has been placed in the second stage of the NHL's Joint Substance Abuse and Behavioral… Continue Reading →

NHL All-Star 2019: Sidney Crosby Wins Most Valuable Player | NHL

Sidney Crosby has done virtually nothing in his hockey career. He has won three Stanley Cups, two Hart Trophies, two Conn Smythe Awards, three Lester B. Pearson Prizes (now Ted Lindsay), two Art Ross Trophies and two Maurice "Rocket" Richard… Continue Reading →

NHL All-Star Game 2019: Results, Best Times As Metropolitan Wins 3-in-3 Tournament | NHL

Less than 24 hours after presenting their individual skills at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition, the stars united and took the ice for the All-Star Game at the SAP Center in San Jose, CA. . In a three-on-three tournament, each… Continue Reading →

All-Star NHL 2019 Competition: Highlights & Winners, Event by Event | NHL

It's the All-Star weekend in San Jose and the stars are on the ice and have shown why they were the best in the NHL at the All-Star Skills Competition on Friday night. Players participated in six categories highlighting the… Continue Reading →

All-NHL All-Star Game 2019: USWNT Player Kendall Coyne to Be the First Woman to Compete in Skills Competition | NHL

The story will be made on Friday during the NHL All-Star Skills competition. Kendall Coyne Schofield, a member of the winning gold medal team in the United States, will be the first woman to officially participate in the fastest skater… Continue Reading →

Gary Bettman announces puck and player follow-up for 2019-20 NHL season | NHL

Before the All-Star Weekend resumed Friday in San Jose with the skill competition, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced that the 31 arenas of the NHL will be equipped with the technology of puck and follow up players before the start… Continue Reading →

NHL rankings after the 16th week

7:00 ET Greg WyshynskiESPN The NHL All-Star Weekend is back, with the festivities taking place in charming San Jose. Say what you want about the event and its virtues – maybe you think it's a huge waste of time, or… Continue Reading →

Preds' P.K. Subban says Pierre-Edouard Bellemare of the Knights has bitten him | NHL

Defender of Predators P.K. Subban claims that he was bitten on Wednesday while he was facing the Vegas striker, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, during the Nashville match against the Golden Knights. In the skirmish, Subban seemed to be trying to raise Bellemare's… Continue Reading →

Hurricanes and Teuvo Teravainen agree $ 27 million extension for 5 years | NHL

The Hurricanes and striker Teuvo Teravainen have agreed on a $ 27 million five-year contract extension that will begin with the upcoming season and will continue until the season 2023-24, announced Monday the team. The average annual value of the… Continue Reading →

Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist Reaches Career Rankings, Now Sixth All-Time After Beating Bruins | NHL

New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, nicknamed "King Henrik," continued to climb to the top of the NHL's all-time win list with his 446th career win Saturday night in Boston. Lundqvist, who has played his entire career in New York,… Continue Reading →

Islanders coach Barry Trotz honored by Capitals and fans back in Washington | NHL

Washington Capitals fans saw a familiar face on the visitors' bench Friday night. Barry Trotz, who led the team to the franchise's first Stanley Cup championship last season, made his return to the DC with his new team, the New… Continue Reading →

Former NHL player John Scott recalls looming death experience after his fall in Frozen Lake | Bleacher's report

Minas Panagiotakis / Getty Images Former NHL manager John Scott has never hesitated to face a challenge on the ice, but the 36-year-old has almost managed his match while he was coming out recently for a session skating. In an… Continue Reading →

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