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N.H.L. Says Its Players Will Not Participate in 2018 Winter Olympics

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

N.H.L. players have participated in every Olympics since 1998, but owners do not want to shut down the league for a few weeks to cater to the Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Rangers 4, Flyers 3: Rangers Win at Home and Hit a Milestone in Points

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The team beat the Flyers and reached 100 points in a third straight season for the second time in franchise history.

One Team, 406 Goals, a Million Stories: Mr. Ranger Is Still Making Fans

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Rod Gilbert, the Rangers’ career scoring leader, can be found at home games traversing Madison Square Garden with the same zeal with which he played years ago.

Contract Fight With U.S.A. Hockey Over, Hard Work Begins for Women’s Team

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Despite the success of a new four-year contract for the American women’s team, players realize that more work is needed to be done to ensure a future for women’s hockey.

Sharing the N.H.L. Experience, With a Roommate

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

In the N.H.L., where the average salary is just over $2.95 million, players on entry-level contracts still have to share a room during trips.

What Does It Takes to Earn Respect? A Puck in the Face.

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Postconcussion symptoms ended Ian Laperriere’s playing career, but his fearlessness in the face of slap shots helps him as an assistant coach with the Philadelphia Flyers.

Penguins 4, Rangers 3 | Shootout: Penguins Defeat Rangers in Overtime Contest Worthy of the Postseason

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Sidney Crosby scored in the shootout as two playoff-bound teams fought as if the season depended on the outcome.

For U.S. and Canada, an Icy Border Between Empathy and Animosity

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Canadian players offered kind words during an American wage dispute, but the friendliness will disappear when the women’s hockey teams meet.

Patrik Elias, Cornerstone of the Devils’ Championship Era, Is Retiring

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Elias, the top scorer in team history, helped the franchise win Stanley Cups in 2000 and 2003. He has decided not to return from a knee injury.

They Finally Got Paid. Now They’re Ready to Deliver Checks.

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The United States women’s hockey team reached a new contract Tuesday after threatening to boycott the world championships. Now they must face Canada.

Red Wings End 25-Year Playoff Streak, While Oilers End a Drought

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The Wings had held the longest streak in hockey, and in major North American sports, while the Oilers had the longest streak outside the postseason — 10 seasons.

Sharks 5, Rangers 4, overtime: Overtime Loss Is Enough for Rangers to Secure Playoff Spot

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The Rangers earned their seventh straight trip to the postseason despite giving up a late goal in regulation and falling to San Jose.

U.S. Women’s Team Strikes Its Deal With U.S.A. Hockey

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The team had threatened to boycott the world championship, which begins this week, in pursuit of increased wages and support from the national governing body.

Where Everyone ‘Knows Hockey’: Tiny Clarkson Stands Tall Again

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The Golden Knights received an escort home and will have a day of their own after winning their second N.C.A.A. women’s championship in four seasons.

How a Team in Seattle, of All Places, Changed Hockey Forever

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

In 1917, the Seattle Metropolitans became the first United States team to win the Stanley Cup. But now, without an arena, or a team, few know of its past.

Ducks 6, Rangers 3: Ducks Dispatch the Rangers as Henrik Lundqvist Returns

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

The Rangers could have clinched a playoff berth with a win, but they remain firmly in control of the first wild-card spot.

Bruins 2, Islanders 1: Riley Nash Scores Twice as Bruins Edge the Islanders

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

With its victory at Barclays Center, Boston moved 2 points ahead of the Islanders for the Eastern Conference’s second wild-card spot.

Women’s Team’s Fight Sheds Light on U.S.A. Hockey Leadership

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Throughout the national governing body’s internal structure, positions of influence are overwhelmingly held by men.

College Hockey Has a Talent Glut, but Nowhere to Grow

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Even with the recent additions of Penn State and Arizona State, Division I hockey remains stuck at 60 teams, with no change in sight despite an abundance of strong players.

Islanders Recall Goalie Jaroslav Halak for Playoff Push

2 months agoSports / Hockey : NYTimes: Hockey

Halak, sent to Bridgeport in December, was 17-7-3 with a 2.15 goals-against average for the American Hockey League team.

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