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Departing Red Wings Fill Joe Louis Arena With Memories, Not Wins

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Detroit, which won four Stanley Cups while playing at Joe Louis Arena, is expected to end a long playoff streak in its final season there.

Blue Jackets 5, Rangers 2: Blue Jackets Dominate Rangers, but a Win Isn’t Everything

The Rangers are now fourth in the Metropolitan Division, a more favorable spot for a team with playoff aspirations.

Rangers 4, Devils 3 | Overtime: Zibanejad’s Overtime Goal Allows Rangers to Escape Devils

With the Rangers trailing by 3-2 in the third period, Adam Clendening tied the score with 4 minutes 25 seconds remaining to give them a chance.

Canadiens’ Perfect Coaching Hire: He Speaks French

Claude Julien, recently hired by Montreal for a second time, fulfills an important criterion demanded of a Canadiens coach.

Hockey Royalty Seemed in Her Future. Then Her Body Was Shattered.

Lisa Marvin, a forward on the University of North Dakota women’s team, spent 22 months recovering after being hit by a car.

Wild Hire a Top Fixer, and the Result Is Hard to Argue With

The Western Conference leaders are on track for their most successful season and already have more wins (39) than they had last season (38).

Canadiens Slow Rangers’ Surge With Shootout Win

Coming into Madison Square Garden with a 1-6-1 mark in its previous eight games, Atlantic Division-leading Montreal got the decisive goal from Paul Bryon and sent the Rangers to their second loss in nine games.

With Jonathan Quick Returning, Kings Are Ready for Playoff Push

Los Angeles has stayed in contention despite a season-long injury to its starting goaltender.

Rangers 2, Capitals 1: Mats Zuccarello’s Third-Period Goal Propels Rangers Past Capitals

Ryan McDonagh scored in the first period, Henrik Lundqvist made 31 saves, and the Rangers improved to 7-1 in their past eight games.

Canada’s Darling, by the Way, Has a Brother in the N.H.L.

Jamie Oleksiak has earned a regular spot with the Dallas Stars, but inevitably he will be asked about his sister Penny, an Olympic gold medalist in swimming.

The Education of Brady Skjei

The rookie, a 2012 first-round draft pick, is second only to Ryan McDonagh in assists among Rangers defensemen and has played his best in recent games.

Islanders 4, Rangers 2: Islanders Add to Their Home Mastery of the Rangers

Second-period goals by Anders Lee and Andrew Ladd helped the Islanders beat the Rangers for the fourth straight time in Brooklyn.

Skating, and Scoring, for God’s Glory

Out of Yeshiva University, an Orthodox Jewish college in Upper Manhattan, comes an unlikely squad of religious roller hockey players.

Sand Between Their Toes, and Blades on Their Feet

A group of Canadian expatriates in the Cayman Islands thirsting for hockey formed a team and return home each year to play in the World Pond Hockey Championship.

Rangers Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist Collects his 400th Regular-Season Victory

As the Rangers defeated the Avalanche, 4-2, at Madison Square Garden, Lundqvist became the 12th N.H.L. goalie to achieve the milestone.

Even for Home Games, the Coach Is Away

Peter DeBoer is no stranger to the hazards of life in professional sports. He’s the coach of the San Jose Sharks but his family has remained in New Jersey.

Mike Ilitch, Little Caesars Founder and Detroit Sports Owner, Dies at 87

Mr. Ilitch, who founded the Little Caesars pizza chain in 1959, went on to purchase the Detroit Red Wings of the N.H.L. and the Detroit Tigers of M.L.B.

Former Wisconsin Coach Mike Eaves Is Rebuilding at Division III St. Olaf

Fired after 14 seasons of leading the Badgers, with whom he won an N.C.A.A. title, Eaves, 60, is starting over at the bottom with a small Minnesota college where one of his sons is an assistant.

Sports of The Times: The N.H.L.’s Problem With Science

The league’s onerous demand in a class-action suit on head injuries seems to show little regard for medical privacy and accepted scientific facts.

Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist Stops 43 Shots as Alain Vigneault Gets 600th Win

The 43 saves against the Anaheim Ducks were a season high for Lundqvist, who gave up fewer than three goals for the sixth time in seven starts.

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