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New York Rangers Fans Get into Tug-of-War Battle for Henrik Lundqvist's Stick

Henrik Lundqvist was the star of the New York Rangers' 3-0 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night, recording 33 saves in a shutout. When Lundqvist saluted the crowd after being named one of the three stars of the game, the Rangers goalie decided to try to reward a fan for coming to the game by tossing his stick into the stands. Show More Summary

Wild's Thomas Vanek Uses Nifty Between-the-Legs Move to Score Goal vs. Jets

On a play like this, the Winnipeg Jets just have to shake their heads and give credit to Minnesota Wild left wing Thomas Vanek. He earned this goal. After the Wild gained possession of the puck, Vanek took matters into his own hands....Show More Summary

GSP Begins A Test Training Camp To Determine Comeback

It looks like Georges St-Pierre is seriously considering a comeback to the octagon. The former UFC welterweight champion’s boxing coach, Freddie Roach, told Fight Hub that GSP was planning a six week training camp to test whether or not he still has the desire to fight. Show More Summary

How Long Will the Glass Stay Half-Full for Mike Babcock and the Maple Leafs?

Right now for Mike Babcock in Toronto, the sun is still shining, the birds (Blue Jays especially) are still chirping and the honeymoon phase with Maple Leafs fans still seems lovey-dovey. On one hand, nothing has changed in Toronto.Show More Summary

Will Duncan Keith's Injury Be a Blessing in Disguise for the Blackhawks?

It used to be that the words "knee surgery" and "hockey player" thrown together cast a dark pall over a player's future. The medical techniques used to treat players in the older days seem downright medieval by today's standards —o ne look at Bobby Orr's knees is visual proof of that. Show More Summary

Patrick Sharp Brings Veteran Savvy to New Home with Stars After Blackhawks Exit

DENVER — Of all the sacrifices the Chicago Blackhawks have had to make to the salary-cap gods in the past few years, the one involving Patrick Sharp might have been the hardest for both sides. Not only was Sharp a four-time 30-plus goal...Show More Summary

NHL Power Rankings: B/R Experts' Preseason Poll

The 2015-16 NHL season is mere days away, which means it's time for Bleacher Report's stable of stellar hockey writers to come out of hiding and prognosticate the league's best and worst teams, then go right back into the governmentShow More Summary

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

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