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Frans Nielsen, One of Three Puzzling Departures, Returns to Face the Islanders

The Islanders have started to regain their footing after early stumbles following the departures of Nielsen and two of his longtime teammates.

Hockey Players From Huntsville (Yes, Alabama) Start to Rise

The University of Alabama in Huntsville has mostly struggled since returning to Division I in 1998, but its program is beginning to yield top talent.

A Hockey Region All to Itself

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is home to the only Division I hockey program in the Southeast.

Sports Briefing: Three Quick Goals Propel Islanders to Victory

Three goals in just over four minutes in the third period gave the Islanders a three-game win streak.

Back From Injury, Devils’ Mike Cammalleri Fills Hole on Offense

A long and frustrating recovery has given way to a burst of scoring from Cammalleri, who has helped the Devils hold their own in the absence of Taylor Hall.

Senators 2, Rangers 0: Rangers Go Cold on Their Home Ice, Again

After going undefeated in their first nine games at home, the Rangers are winless in their last four at Madison Square Garden after being shut out by Ottawa.

Islanders Moved to Brooklyn, but the Players and Their Dogs Stay on Long Island

Team members found the suburban lifestyle, with plenty of space for their pets to roam, more suitable.

Two Black Women Embrace Their Chance to Be Hockey Role Models

Kelsey Koelzer of Princeton and Sarah Nurse of Wisconsin were both selected in June by teams in the National Women’s Hockey League. Koelzer was the first overall pick.

Rangers Hit the Road the Day After Thanksgiving, as Usual

Since NBC began presenting an N.H.L. game billed as the Thanksgiving Showdown each Black Friday, the Rangers have appeared in all but the first one.

Penguins 6, Rangers 1: Penguins Pay Back the Rangers With a Rout

Two days after the Rangers beat the Stanley Cup champions on their own ice, the Penguins asserted themselves with a stunning second-period flurry.

Pay Cuts Jolt Women’s Pro League and Leave Its Future Uncertain

After players learned their salaries would be cut by about 38 percent to keep the National Women’s Hockey League afloat, they called for more transparency from the league office.

N.H.L. Is Set to Take Its Place on the Las Vegas Strip

The league’s newest expansion franchise will reveal its name and logo Tuesday night in a ceremony outside the new T-Mobile Arena.

The Penguins’ Steady Ascent Shows the Way for the Rest of the N.H.L.

After getting demolished by the Penguins in the first round of last season’s playoffs, the Rangers followed their lead by getting younger and faster.

Off to Flying Start, Patrik Laine Lifts Spirits in Winnipeg

Laine, a rookie, has 12 goals in his first 18 games and the Jets are playing with an easygoing attitude that befits their youth.

Devils Look for Offense in Taylor Hall’s Absence

The Devils are looking for ways to supplement their offense after a knee injury to their leading scorer.

Herb Brooks’s Miracle in Minnesota: Believing in Division I Hockey

The Miracle on Ice coach’s legacy touches all five universities playing Division I hockey in the state.

Rangers 7, Canucks 2: Rangers Continue to Roll With Rout of the Canucks

Kevin Hayes an J.T. Miller scored two goals each, and Henrik Lundqvist registered 36 saves as the Rangers recorded their eight win in their last nine games.

Eric Lindros Is Entering the Hall of Fame. His Legacy Isn’t Just Hockey.

In 13 seasons on the ice, Lindros was talented, controversial and often injured. Since then, he has become a symbol for concussion awareness.

A Newcomer Fits Rangers’ Prototype for the Fast Track

Michael Grabner, a speedy winger, has enabled the Rangers to become the highest scoring team in the league.

China, Meet Hockey. Russia, Meet a Huge Untapped Market.

Kunlun Red Star, a new franchise in the Russian-based K.H.L., has faced challenges but been competitive as it tries to grow the sport in China.

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