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Canucks' Yannick Weber Runs over Ref During NHL Preseason Game vs. Sharks

The Vancouver Canucks are still shaking the offseason rust off—but so are the officials, apparently. Defenseman Yannick Weber accidentally leveled Don Henderson during Tuesday's preseason loss to the San Jose Sharks, knocking the referee to the ice. [ YouTube ] Read more NHL news on

Up to Dater: CapGeek's Legacy Lives on After Founder's Passing

Matthew Wuest was a hero to math-challenged sports writers, which means he was a hero to about 99.8 percent of the profession. When he started a website called in 2009, hockey reporters could hardly believe it was true. You...Show More Summary

Joey Dawejko Proving to Be a Slippery Stepping Stone in the Heavyweight Division

Philadelphia heavyweight Joey Dawejko doesn’t exactly look like what most people would expect a boxer to look like, even in the heavyweight division, where physiques can often be flabby. To be sure, he looks like a tough guy. But he looks like the sort of tough guy you might see checking IDs outside of a […]

Blackhawks' Patrick Kane Takes over DJ Booth, Spins One Direction at Chicago Bar

Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane is one of the NHL’s biggest stars. He’s also a Directioner, apparently. The 26-year-old hopped into the DJ booth at a Chicago bar on Saturday and started spinning “Steal My Girl” by One Direction. Show More Summary

Grading the Top Offseason Moves for the Toronto Maple Leafs

It has been an interesting offseason in Toronto, and after a number of fast and furious moves, the biggest story out of the metropolis involves Phil Kessel and a hot dog truck. While most know that a hot dog isn't a sandwich, we know...Show More Summary

Chicago Fan Honors Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks with Flipbook

While many Chicago Blackhawks fans will never get tired of watching highlights of their team's run to the Stanley Cup, this flipbook provides a bit of a different view. YouTube user "theflippist" may not be much of a hockey fan, but that doesn't matter to an artist—or a Chicagoan. Show More Summary

Patrick Kane Takes Stanley Cup on Stage at Jimmy Buffett Concert

The Stanley Cup is starting to make its rounds, which means it will be going to some fun places throughout the offseason. One of its early stops: a Jimmy Buffett concert. Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane used some of his time with Lord Stanley's Cup to take it to a Buffett concert, where the hockey player and the trophy had some fun. Show More Summary

America's New Hockeytown: How the Blackhawks Won over Chicago

CHICAGO — David Strauss has been in the sports bar business since 1985. Whether he was selling t-shirts as a kid for his dad or managing the place with his two brothers today, Strauss has seen his share of Chicago sports history inside...Show More Summary

NHL Playoffs 2015: Ranking the 15 Best Performances This Year

Now that the Chicago Blackhawks have captured their third Stanley Cup championship in six years, it's time to reflect on what transpired during the 2015 NHL Playoffs—everything from Duncan Keith's three-point game against Nashville to...Show More Summary

Korean Newspaper Runs Headline Proclaiming Chicago Bears Stanley Cup Champs

Let's start with this: The fact that a Korean newspaper opted to cater to English-speaking citizens is impressive. The Korea Times could have said "Nope. We're sticking to our thing" and avoided all the headaches of having to run stories...Show More Summary

Blackhawks Sing 'We Are the Champions' in Locker Room After Winning Stanley Cup

For the third time in six seasons, the Chicago Blackhawks had a reason to sing Queen in the locker room at the end of the season. The song: "We Are The Champions." Chicago beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-0 in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night to win the series—and more importantly, the Cup. Show More Summary

NHL Trade Talk: Ranking the Best Potential Destinations for Phil Kessel

There are two trains of thought when it comes to Phil Kessel's future with the Toronto Maple Leafs. The first is that his future is all but assuredly going to be somewhere other than Toronto now that the team brought in no-nonsense coach...Show More Summary

Stanley Cup Final 2015: Blackhawks vs. Lightning TV Schedule, Game 1 Live Stream

After scintillating Game 7 victories in both conference finals, the Chicago Blackhawks and the Tampa Bay Lightning each had a few days off to collect themselves and refocus. It starts anew Wednesday night at the Amalie Arena as the two...Show More Summary

Are Shorthanded Blackhawks Finally Out of Miracles in Western Conference Final?

The Chicago Blackhawks remain a fearsome lot, and knocking them out for good figures to be akin to knocking out Freddy Krueger in the five Nightmare on Elm Street movies or however many there were. Their reputation of invincibility in late-series playoff games, however, is finished. Show More Summary

Emilio Estevez (Gordon Bombay) Tweets Support for Ducks to Beat Blackhawks

Although the Mighty Ducks nickname and sweaters are long gone, the Ducks still fly together. Emilio Estevez, who is best known as coach Gordon Bombay from The Mighty Ducks trilogy, showed that Ducks always stand behind one another. With...Show More Summary

Calgary Mayor Sings 'Frozen's' 'Let It Go' After Losing Bet with Anaheim Mayor

As a result of the Anaheim Ducks knocking the Calgary Flames out of the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs, Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi recently found himself having to perform Frozen's "Let It Go" in front of an audience. Nenshi made a bet with Anaheim mayor Tom Tait before the Flames and the Ducks met in the Western Conference semifinals. Show More Summary

Who Should Mike Babcock Pick: Red Wings or Sabres?

The end to the saga surrounding Mike Babcock's future is rapidly approaching, and a decision is likely to be announced on Wednesday. The 51-year-old bench boss had an opportunity to sign a new deal with the Detroit Red Wings, but he opted to entertain other offers from teams such as the Toronto Maple Leafs, San Jose Sharks, St. Show More Summary

Rangers' Rick Nash Must Start Producing Like a Superstar Soon in 2015 Playoffs

"He's getting smaller as the playoffs are going along." Just how every professional athlete wants to be talked about on national television following a loss, right? This, however, was the assessment of New York Rangers forward Rick Nash...Show More Summary

NHL Playoffs 2015: Latest Stanley Cup Scores, Standings and Predictions

The Chicago Blackhawks had gotten used to playing with the lead. As they headed into Game 1 of the Western Conference Final against the Anaheim Ducks, they had not trailed in a game in 23 days. They had swept the Minnesota Wild in their...Show More Summary

Vladimir Putin Scores 8 Goals During Hockey Game with Former NHL Players

Russian President Vladimir Putin only recently started playing hockey, but the 62-year-old already has some serious skills on the ice. While playing in an exhibition game in Sochi, Russia, Putin scored eight goals to help lead his team to an 18-6 win. Show More Summary

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