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Robin Lehner Injury: Updates on Sabres Goalie's Ankle and Return

Buffalo Sabres goalie Robin Lehner has been dealing with an ankle injury since October, and it appears as though his season debut is in danger of being delayed a few more weeks. Continue for updates. Lehner's Timetable for Return Pushed Back Tuesday, Nov. Show More Summary

Ranking the Top Young Power Forwards in the NHL

NHL fans are always on the lookout for the next power forward, but the fact is power forwards—in the traditional sense—don't really exist in the modern game. Veteran power forward Milan Lucic made his NHL debut less than a decade ago,...Show More Summary

John Collins Resigns as NHL COO: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

NHL Chief Operating Officer John Collins resigned Tuesday after more than seven years with the league, according to Bloomberg's Scott Soshnick. Chris Johnston of Sportsnet confirmed the news. TSN's Frank Seravalli relayed the NHL's confirmation,...Show More Summary

Are We Just Now Seeing the Best of Patrick Kane During Epic Point Streak?

That Patrick Kane is off to a great start shouldn't be a surprise. He's Patrick Kane, after all, a three-time Stanley Cup champion, Conn Smythe winner and former No. 1 draft pick. But let's tell the truth: Everyone is at least a little...Show More Summary

Rangers, Canadiens, Maple Leafs Top Forbes' List of NHL's Most Valuable Teams

The New York Rangers top Forbes' 2015 list for the most valuable teams in the NHL, with an estimated value of $1.2 billion. Two Canadian franchises, the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs, are also valued at more than $1 billion. Although...Show More Summary

TSN's Ray Ferraro Interviews His Son Landon During His Debut with Boston Bruins

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, and in this case, it's a good thing. Former NHL player and TSN analyst Ray Ferraro shared a special moment with his son, Landon, during his debut with the Boston Bruins Monday night—he got to interview him at rink side. Show More Summary

NHL Power Rankings: Bleacher Report Experts' Week 8 Poll

We have a new No. 1 team in our weekly power rankings. There's actually quite a bit of movement this week. Several teams made big jumps; a few others had steep declines. Five different teams within three points of 30th overall have impressive records in their last 10 games. Show More Summary

Canadiens’ Brendan Gallagher Out Indefinitely

The Montreal Canadiens’ 4-2 victory over the New York Islanders came at a price on Sunday for Brendan Gallagher who was off to a career-best season. Brendan Gallagher sustained an injury to his left hand during the second period after blocking a shot from defenseman Johnny Boychuk. Show More Summary

Brendan Gallagher Injury: Updates on Canadiens Wing's Hand and Return

Montreal Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher broke two fingers Sunday his team's 4-2 victory over the New York Islanders. Continue for updates. Injury Will Keep Gallagher Sidelined Sunday, Nov. 22 Gallagher, who is tied for second on...Show More Summary

NHL Draft Busts Still Hanging on to Roster Spots in 2015-16

NHL teams need to make their first-round selections count, and selections inside the top 10 should pay off with a quality player. As Scott Cullen of TSN showed in his study on draft success, the risk in each season's draft actually begins at No. Show More Summary

The Biggest Surprises from the First Quarter of the 2015-16 NHL Season

In mid-October, we examined the biggest early surprises of the NHL's 2015-16 season. With the campaign now at the quarter mark, there continues to be surprising developments. Be it the hot start of the Dallas Stars or several new faces among the scoring leaders, there have been plenty of eyebrow-raising cases. Those aren't the only surprises so far. Show More Summary

Logan Couture Injury: Updates on Sharks Star's Leg Surgery and Recovery

San Jose Sharks center Logan Couture is making progress in his recovery from leg surgery, but there's still no definitive timetable for his return to game action. Continue for updates. Couture Does Conditioning Skate Before Saturday's Game Saturday, Nov. Show More Summary

Ranking the Top Candidates for the 2015-16 Selke Trophy

Each season, the NHL awards the Frank J. Selke Trophy to the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game. The award was first handed out at the end of the 1977-78 season, with Montreal Canadiens left wing Bob Gainey named the winner for four consecutive years. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Hockey 2015: DraftKings NHL Optimal Lineup for November 21

Matt Duchene is firing on all cylinders right now for the Colorado Avalanche. It's a good thing he is because the Avs have been in the process of digging themselves a fairly substantial hole through the first quarter of the 2015-16 season. But over the last 10 games, Duchene has shown he's not just going to sit back and take it. Show More Summary

Offseason Moves Having the Biggest Impact on the 2015-16 NHL Season

Approaching the quarter mark of the 2015-16 NHL season, we can begin to evaluate the offseason moves that are having the biggest impact thus far. Some, like the Buffalo Sabres acquiring and signing center Ryan O'Reilly (pictured above), were the result of major trades or free-agent signings. Not every significant move involved a big-name player. Show More Summary

Alex Ovechkin Becomes Highest-Scoring Russian-Born Player in NHL History

Alexander Ovechkin has now scored more goals than any Russian player in NHL history. The Washington Capitals superstar notched his 484th career goal with 12:59 left in the third period on Thursday against the Dallas Stars, passing Sergei Fedorov at No. Show More Summary

Stock Watch for Goalies Battling for Starting Spots in the 2015-16 Season

Very few NHL teams employ impact goaltenders who can carry the load all season. Most clubs have a No. 1 goalie who can keep them in games and maybe steal a few during the year, while others are hoping one of their two netminders grabs...Show More Summary

Every NHL Team's Most Worthy All-Star Selection so Far in 2015-16

We are now one-quarter of the way through the 2015-16 NHL season. It's still early, but we've seen enough now to get a feel for the teams and players that are off to great starts, as well as those whose starts haven't been so great. It...Show More Summary

Around the Rink: What's Wrong with Sidney Crosby in 2015-16?

You look at the player statistics of the Pittsburgh Penguins, and you think the typographers must have made a mistake with Sidney Crosby's. Maybe they mistakenly aligned the numbers of Matt Cullen or Beau Bennett with Crosby's name because, well, these can't be right: Eighteen games played, two goals, seven assists, minus-8. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Hockey 2015: DraftKings NHL Optimal Lineup for November 19

The San Jose Sharks have been an up-and-down team so far this year. They came out of the gate on fire, and it appeared that head coach Peter DeBoer would help transform the Sharks back into a Western Conference power. They had a sizable dip in late October and early November, but they have turned it around once again on their current road trip. Show More Summary

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