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DC Sports Bog: Don Cherry: Jonathan Papelbon should have waited for Bryce Harper in the tunnel and ‘choked him there’

Technical difficulties. Please stand by. we live in a world of embracing debate, everyone and their hockey coach has decided to weigh in on the Nationals dugout scuffle that ended Jonathan Papelbon’s season, and became the snapshot of the team’s 2015 campaign. Show More Summary

2015-16 NHL Predictions: Preview and Picks for Pacific Division

The balance of power is shifting in the National Hockey League's Pacific Division. Not so long ago, the league's three California teams dominated with their skill, size and determination while their Canadian cousins struggled. Last season,...Show More Summary

Predicting the Best 3-on-3 Overtime Combinations in the NHL in 2015-16

We're starting to see how the National Hockey League's new overtime format will play out. During preseason, the NHL has designated mandatory three-on-three sessions for 45 preseason games, regardless of the score after 60 minutes, per Show More Summary

Tottenham welcome Wayne Gretzky with a shirt that spells his name wrong

Tottenham were nice to give Wayne Gretzky to a jersey but it would have been nicer to spellcheck it! (via Spurs, Snapchat) A photo posted by SB Nation (@sbnation) on Sep 23, 2015 at 11:44am PDT Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky is at White...Show More Summary

Beyond the Game: Athletes and Depression

Two days ago, 11 year National Hockey League veteran Todd Ewen reportedly took his life. It was reported that Mr. Ewen battled depression in the years immediate previous to his passing. His death is the most recent of a number of high profile current and former professional athletes. Show More Summary

Hockey Player P.K. Subban Donates $10,000,000 to Children's Hospital

Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban is one of the most hated players in the National Hockey League and he is also one of the most generous.

NHL Survey Shows 97 Percent of Players Would Accept Gay Teammate

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

An anonymous National Hockey League survey conducted by USA TODAY yielded encouraging results for the acceptance of a future openly gay player. Thirty-five NHL players were asked whether they would be accepting of an openly gay teammate, and 34 (97.1… The post NHL Survey Shows 97 Percent of Players Would Accept Gay Teammate appeared first on Towleroad.

34 Of 35 NHL Players Say They’d Be Cool With An Openly Gay Teammate

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Believe it or not, the National Hockey League, which churns through hundreds of players regularly, has yet to be graced by an openly gay player. To change that dreadful situation, attitudes must improve. No matter how brave, the first player to come out needs to know he’ll find a semblance of acceptance so he can compete in […]

Players on Tryouts Most Likely to Land NHL Contracts for 2015-16

The National Hockey League's summer salary squeeze has left a long list of serviceable talent willing to accept professional tryout offers. The players will arrive at training camps around the league with an eye toward proving they can...Show More Summary

Adidas secures deal as NHL supplier

German sportswear firm Adidas seals seven-year partnership with the National Hockey League starting in 2017. ||| Berlin - German sportswear firm Adidas has struck a seven-year partnership with the National Hockey League (NHL) starting...Show More Summary

Adidas Brand to Take Over as NHL Supplier From Reebok in 2017

German sportswear firm Adidas has struck a seven-year partnership with the National Hockey League (NHL) starting in 2017, taking over from its own Reebok subsidiary, as it seeks to challenge rival Nike in top North American sports.

Simon Gagne Retires

Today, Simon Gagne announced his retirement from the National Hockey League and the world of professional hockey. In a press release, the now former Boston Bruin Left Winger had this to say: "Today, I want to thank my trainers and teammates. Show More Summary

NHL 16 is now available for Xbox One

NHL 16 is now out on Xbox One. The title was previously available through EA Access as a free trial, but now you'll be able to purchase a copy for your console. For those unfamiliar with the series, National Hockey League titles enable players to take control of famous teams and compete for titles.

Ranking the NHL Teams with the Most Depth for the 2015-16 Season

Assembling team depth in today's National Hockey League is a tricky balancing act. General managers must juggle short- and long-term priorities—spending enough to keep star players happy while maintaining enough salary-cap flexibility...Show More Summary

Russian NHL Player Voynov Taken Into Custody Pending Immigration Hearing

Russian National Hockey League (NHL) Los Angeles Kings defenseman Vyacheslav Voynov has been released from jail and taken into custody by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Predicting How Top NHL Players Returning from Injury in 2015-16 Will Perform

As the clock ticks down to the beginning of the National Hockey League's 2015-16 campaign, a number of fanbases and fantasy enthusiasts are wondering whether some key players who have been dealing with injury issues during the offseason...Show More Summary

Antitrust settlement against NHL approved

National Hockey League fans will be able to watch their favorite teams without having to pay for a bundled package under a deal approved by a U.S. judge. Boston Bruins fans living in New York, for... To view the full story, click the title link.

Ranking the NHL's Best Remaining Unrestricted Free Agents in 2015 Offseason

With less than a month to go until National Hockey League training camps open, plenty of experienced veterans have yet to lock down a place to play next season. Some of these now-unrestricted free agents attracted solid returns for their former clubs when they were moved before the trade deadline. Show More Summary

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 >>

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