A Trade Could be Coming to Address Dallas Stars' Crowded Crease
The Dallas Stars have carried three goaltenders in Braden Holtby, Jake Oettinger and Anton Khudobin since mid-November. With Ben Bishop inching closer to returning from knee surgery, Khudobin appears to be the odd man out.
Blackhawks' Jujhar Khaira released from hospital after Trouba hit
Chicago Blackhawks forward Jujhar Khaira was released from hospital Wednesday morning after undergoing “extensive testing” following a hit from Jacob Trouba on Tuesday.
Michigan's Luke Hughes Doesn't Look Like a Freshman
The New Jersey Devils first-rounder has been a big contributor on a very good team, putting him in position for a spot at the world juniors.
Blackhawks’ Khaira responsive after being stretchered off
Chicago Blackhawks forward Jujhar Khaira was taken to a hospital after he was leveled by New York Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba and wheeled off on a stretcher Tuesday night. “He’s up, he’s talking, he’s very responsive.”
Maple Leafs' Spezza Suspended Six Games for Kneeing Jets' Pionk
The NHL's Department of Player Safety handed Maple Leafs forward Jason Spezza a six-game suspension for kneeing Jets defenseman Neal Pionk.
Canucks owner says Boudreau’s ‘record speaks for itself’
Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini says he may have been “too patient” in waiting for the struggling NHL team to turn its season around. But he believes Bruce Boudreau can get the job done, and his tenure is already off to a good start.
Maple Leafs' Marner and Sandin on IR, Steeves and Rubins to make NHL Debut
The Maple Leafs expect to be without Mitch Marner for three-to-four weeks while Rasmus Sandin may be out two-to-three weeks.
China Re-Confirmed for Men's Olympic Hockey Tournament
The IIHF has confirmed that China will remain in Group A for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing in February.
Fischler Report: Give the Refs a Break, Already!
Rod Brind'Amour isn't alone with his ref-rage. It's as commonplace now as it was when Hall of Famer Patrick wrote that missive to then-president Frank Calder. The difference, of course, is that contemporary officiating is far more complicated than it's ever been.
Three Things We Learned In Week 8 of the NHL season
The taxi squad concept could rise up again, the Islanders are treading water and the fans of the Canadiens and Canucks let their displeasure be known. Avry Lewis-McDougall gets into some of the biggest storylines of this past week in the NHL.