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Canadiens' P.K. Subban Dresses Up as Security Guard to Surprise Group of Kids

This group of kids had no idea what was in store for them when they got on the school bus. Montreal Canadiens star P.K. Subban disguised himself as a security guard and accompanied the kids on a field trip to the team's training facility. Show More Summary

Holiday Wish List for the Detroit Red Wings in 2014-15

The holidays are a great time of the year, and we learned how much the Detroit Red Wings enjoyed the season last year on HBO's 24/7 series. This year the team is a lot better off than it was last year, but there are still some things...Show More Summary

Catching Up with Gary Bettman: Daring to Be Different Takes NHL to New Heights

Gary Bettman apologizes for being a few minutes late for a scheduled 3 p.m. sit-down interview with a reporter at his 15 th floor office, which offers a breathtaking, nearly panoramic view of midtown Manhattan. He’s just finished off a power bar, he says, in lieu of a real lunch. Show More Summary

Why RW Loui Eriksson Is a Keeper for the Boston Bruins in 2014-15

Considering his recent production, among other factors, it is a curious time for anybody to propose trading Loui Eriksson. Yet that is exactly what one Boston Bruins beat reporter and pundit has done within the last week. Three daysShow More Summary

Cam Talbot's Performance vs. Flyers Is Exactly What New York Rangers Needed

During the last three games, it has been pretty clear that there has been something strange going on in the New York Rangers' neighborhood. The team has looked out of sync, sloppy and it almost looked like they were skating through slime. Alain...Show More Summary

Dave Lozo's Bag Skate: Sushi Diet Helping Jakub Voracek Lead the NHL in Scoring

Lighter Voracek lighting it up There was nothing wrong with Jakub Voracek's game last season. He had a career-best 23 goals and 62 points in 82 games, yet Flyers coach Craig Berube felt Voracek could do more. "I talked about it with Chief (Berube)," Voracek said. Show More Summary

Paul Bissonnette's Comments on Fighting, Connor McDavid's Injury Are Laughable

Super prospect and presumptive No. 1 pick in the 2015 NHL Draft Connor McDavid broke his hand in a fight Tuesday night, prompting another round of commentary about the place of fighting in the NHL from those keyboard warriors that can...Show More Summary

Jakub Voracek Finally Looks Like a Star for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014-15

Jakub Voracek has been the biggest revelation of the Philadelphia Flyers' 2014-15 season thus far, and he's arguably the biggest reason that they haven't fallen toward the bottom of the Metropolitan Division yet. Most people would expect...Show More Summary

Coyotes Fans in Front Row Cover Young Daughter's Eyes from Fight on the Ice

Front-row seats at sporting events are great, but being that close to the action can sometimes allow young children to see more than their parents would like. In the first period of Tuesday night's game between the Dallas Stars and the...Show More Summary

Will Bruins Defenseman Dougie Hamilton Keep Up His All-Around Hot Streak?

Dougie Hamilton has escalating challenges ahead of him as the Boston Bruins stride into the thick of November. Or, to put it a little more bluntly, he has some learning experiences on tap. Or, to ditch the euphemisms, some rough outings...Show More Summary

Dave Lozo's Bag Skate: NHL Gets It Right with Moving Tributes After Shootings

NHL gets it right with shooting tributes The NHL does a lot of things that make you question whether it's an international professional sports league or a fantasy football league run by a guy who does things to benefit his friends. Whether...Show More Summary

NHL: 'Incidental' Goaltender Contact Needs to Have Video Review Possibibility

Goaltender interference has been a hot topic in the NHL ever since Ryan Miller was run over by Jordin Tootoo in 2011. Speaking of goalie interference, the NHL got rid of the "Brett Hull rule," but a new menace has formed in the NHL over...Show More Summary

NHL Fans in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto Sing 'O Canada' in Unison

It's been a tough week for Canada after the recent shooting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, so the NHL made sure to honor the victims on Saturday. NHL fans in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa sang the Canadian national anthem, "O Canada" in unison to pay tribute to those affected by the recent tragedy. [ YouTube ] Read more NHL news on

Canucks' Zack Kassian Jumps into Opponent's Bench to Avoid Penalty

And the award for riskiest move ever to avoid a penalty goes to...the Vancouver Canucks' Zack Kassian ! In order to avoid a penalty for having too many men on the ice, Kassian jumped directly into the St. Louis Blues bench. Luckily for him, he made it out unharmed. [NHL, h/t Sports Illustrated's Extra Mustard] Read more NHL news on

David Krejci, Milan Lucic Must Take Immediate Charge of Boston Bruins Offense

Fittingly, Jarome Iginla’s first visit to the TD Garden since his one-year stint with the Boston Bruins coincided with David Krejci ’s belated 2014-15 season debut. The overlap of those two sidebars served as a stark reminder that Boston’s...Show More Summary

Chicago Blackhawks Use Technology to Create On-Ice Pregame Introduction Video

If this is the future of pregame introduction videos, sports fans will be getting their money's worth before games even start. At their home opener on Saturday, the Chicago Blackhawks used technology to put an awesome pregame introduction video on the ice. Show More Summary

Hockey Player Trevor Gillies Slams Opponent's Head into Ice After Fight

Former NHL player Trevor Gillies has been known for his dirty play, but this might be one of his worst offenses. The Adirondack Flames were facing the Rochester Americans in an AHL matchup Friday night when Gillies got into a scuffle with Americans rookie William Carrier. Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Need to Move Forward Without Daniel Alfredsson

The Detroit Red Wings opened up the season with a gutsy 2-1 win against the Boston Bruins, and they did it without their leading scorer. That player is Daniel Alfredsson. The sensational Swede scored 49 points for the Wings last season,...Show More Summary

Complete Guide to the 2014-15 NHL Season

When the puck drops at Air Canada Centre at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday night between the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs, it will mark the first meaningful NHL contest (no offense, exhibition schedule) since the Los Angeles Kings...Show More Summary

Ranking the Top 50 Centers for the 2014-15 NHL Season

Oh, so I get the easy assignment. In a league full of excellent men in the middle, I've got to be the one to parse them apart, to number them one over—or behind, if you prefer—the other. Is this why I get the big bucks? Oh, OK then. Look, we all know Sidney Crosby is going to be No. Show More Summary

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