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RIP: Al Arbour

It is a sad day for the New York Islanders and the National Hockey League as it was announced that Al Arbour passed away at his home in Sarasota, Florida from complications of Parkinson’s and Dementia. He was 82 years old. Arbour was...Show More Summary

DC Sports Bog: This should end well: The Hockey News predicts Caps will make Stanley Cup

One of the many great things about being a D.C. sports fan is that when it comes time to abandon hope in one team — you’re getting there, Nationals — there’s always another team, another sport and another season around the corner…to inevitably crush your hopes again.Read full article >>

NHL Players Most Likely to Hold out During 2015 Training Camps

The offseason is no holiday for National Hockey League general managers. Once the Stanley Cup is awarded in June, teams have just a couple of weeks to get their scouting lists in order for the draft. The draft-weekend frenzy typically...Show More Summary

Flames Re-Sign Defenseman Giordano to Six-Year Extension

4 days agoSports / Golf : On Par

All-Star defenseman Mark Giordano has been re-signed by the Calgary Flames on a six-year contract extension, the National Hockey League (NHL) team announced on Tuesday.

Russians leave the ice during the Canadian national anthem and pay for it (literally)

The Russian Hockey Federation took a hit to the wallet Monday, drawing an $85,000 fine for dissing Canada after the world championship final. The International Ice Hockey Federation decided that Russian players deliberately left the ice before the Canadian national anthem was played after Canada’s 6-1 victory in Prague in May. Although the Russian federation […]

NHL Coaches Most Likely to Be Fired During the 2015-16 Season

With National Hockey League teams bound to their players more tightly than ever under the terms of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement, the coaching carousel seems to be spinning faster and faster. It's one area where teams can...Show More Summary

The Most Intriguing NHL Homecomings in the 2015-16 Season

We've had a busy spring and summer in the National Hockey League, with plenty of players, coaches and management figures moving on from long-time homes to new situations. When a player establishes a bond with a team's fanbase in oneShow More Summary

Dates Every NHL Fan Should Have Marked on Their Calendar for the 2015-16 Season

This fall, the National Hockey League will begin its 99th season of operation—and its 98th season of play because of the loss of a year from the 2003-04 lockout. As the league creeps up on the century mark, we'll see new coaches behind...Show More Summary

NHL entrusting live-game app, cable network to baseball

NEW YORK (AP) — The National Hockey League is passing its digital puck to Major League Baseball in an unusual sports partnership. Major League Baseball will distribute the hockey league's Internet streaming service and run the NHL'sShow More Summary

Why Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League Are Teaming Up

Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League are joining forces. In what is billed as a "groundbreaking new partnership," MLB Advanced Media (MLBAM) is taking over the NHL's Web operations, apps, streaming video and NHL Network in January 2016. Show More Summary

Major League Baseball's digital arm will live-stream hockey games

The country's national pasttime is getting ready for the future. MLBAM, the digital content distribution arm of Major League Baseball, has agreed to pay $600 million for the rights to handle digital subscriptions and live streaming for...Show More Summary

NHL And Major League Baseball Announce Digital Content Partnership

A la carte programming makes for strange bedfellows. Ever since the National Hockey League started hosting outdoor games in Major League Baseball's most storied parks—like the New York Rangers taking on the New Jersey Devils in Yankee Stadium in 2014—the two leagues have shared a cordial but distant relationship. Today, however, they got a lot cozier. Read Full Story

U.S. telephone tax scam crosses border into Canada

Americans and Canadians share a lot of things. There's the coast-to-coast border. There are National Hockey League teams. There's even a common language, or two for French-speaking residents in both countries. We do not, however, share the same tax system. Show More Summary

Song Says Beijing Winter Games Will Boost NHL in Asia

Song Andong, the first Chinese-born player drafted to play in the National Hockey League, got a first-hand look on Wednesday at the giant shoes he is trying to fill.

Predicting the Top Candidates for the 2015-16 Selke Trophy

At the end of each season, the National Hockey League awards the Frank J. Selke Trophy to " the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game, as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association," per NHL Public Relations. Show More Summary

One Way Small Businesses Can Be Better at Hiring

Two weekends ago the National Basketball Association and the National Hockey League facilitated their annual draft of amateur athletes. An annual draft of amateur athletes is how most professional leagues develop succession plans for...Show More Summary

2015 NHL Free Agency: The 10 Most Surprising Developments

Every year on July 1, the National Hockey League serves up some surprises as its free-agency season gets underway. In 2015, the landscape was a little different than usual. After the dust had settled, a lack of high-end talent available...Show More Summary

?The NHL's Expansion Options Mostly Suck, But At These Prices, Who Cares?

2 months agoSports : Vice: Sports

The National Hockey League figures to have plenty of expansion suitors, but do any of the cities angling for a new franchise make sense?

NHL Free Agency 2015: Live Free-Agent Updates, Trade Rumors and News

The National Hockey League's general managers have been making plenty of roster moves to prepare for the opening of free agency Wednesday at noon ET. At that time, unrestricted free agents will be able to sign offer sheets, and restricted free agents will hit the open market. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Kings' Complete Guide to Free Agency

It's no easy task to build a championship-caliber team in the National Hockey League. Once you get to the top, it's even harder to stay there. Just ask the Los Angeles Kings. After winning two Stanley Cups in three years, the Kings have tiptoed precipitously along the upper edges of the salary-cap ceiling. Show More Summary

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