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12.13.17

John Tortorella Delivers Riveting Presser After Blowout Loss

For once in his life, Torts actually had nothing to say. It was still great.

6.17.17

Vegas Golden Knights Enter NHL in Better Spot Than Previous Expansion Teams

The expansion draft rules and state of the parity-filled NHL favour the Golden Knights more than the sport's last expansion teams in 2000, when Minnesota and Columbus joined the league.

4.27.17

Leafs' Babcock Should Win NHL's Coach of Year Award, but Probably Won't

It's going to Tortorella. Don't trust the voters to get it right.

4.20.17

No One Loves Hockey Quite Like ECHL's Eldest Statesman David Ling

Twenty-two years after his career started, the Brampton Beast's 42-year-old Ling is still playing pro hockey. And he'd like to keep going.

4.17.17

Veteran Penguins Taking Big Dump on Young Blue Jackets

Familiar faces like Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, and Marc-Andre Fleury have been instrumental in helping Pittsburgh get out to a commanding 3-0 series lead.

4.17.17

Columbus' Zach Werenski Out for Playoffs After a Phil Kessel Shot Broke His Face

The Blue Jackets' rookie defenceman suffered a facial fracture during a Game 3 loss and will miss the remainder of the postseason.

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4.10.17

Down Goes Brown Playoff Preview: Eastern Conference First Round

Will the Capitals choke? Should the Senators be underdogs? Does Henrik Lundqvist have a real shot at a Stanley Cup? Sean McIndoe has all the Eastern Conference storylines covered.

2.9.17

Which NHL Teams Will Be Most Screwed by the Salary Cap?

Lost in the excitement of All-Star Weekend was commissioner Gary Bettman's announcement that the 2017-18 salary cap was likely to remain flat at $73 million. Here are the teams that would hurt the most.

1.28.17

John Tortorella Missing All-Star Game Because of his Sick Dog

He was forced to sit out last night's game due to a quirky All-Star game-related rule.

1.27.17

NHL Ref Takes Time to Drop a Couple "Fuck You"s on Mic Before Making a Call

You would think that'd be grounds for firing—or a dismissal—but it just means the ref is doing his job well. That player probably deserved a couple of F bombs.

1.12.17

The Six Most Surprising Teams in the NHL

Not every NHL team's season has gone exactly as planned—in both good and bad ways.

1.6.17

How Do This Year's Blue Jackets Hold Up Against the 1992-93 Penguins?

A tale of two win streaks: one 16 games, one 17 games. One featuring shootouts and the other ending in a tie.

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