From Brian Boyle’s emotional welcome to Johnny Gaudreau’s stickwork to the sartorial splendor of the sweaters, there was a lot to like in Tampa this weekend. But not everything went quite so well.
USA TODAY Sports discusses the impact of no NHL players on Team USA with head coach Tony Granato forwards Troy Terry and Jordan Greenway. I'd like to see the NHL make changes to the draft lottery. Teams shouldn't be able to tank and automatically get the first overall pick, but the current system
The Islanders' Ryan Pulock, a 2013 first-round pick who has been marinating in the AHL for the past three years, had five points vs. the Blackhawks.
In the future, it would probably behoove the Edmonton Oilers to not take penalties at home. Not only are the Oilers in the midst of a surprisingly terrible 2017-18 season, they've also now hit another low point in the NHL record books. After a 5-0 loss to the Buffalo Sabres at home, where the Oilers
Complete NHL All-Star Game rosters were announced amid little fanfare Wednesday (is this thing on?), giving us three weeks to debate which of the four divisions is most loaded with talent when we could be dreaming about all the tantalizing line combinations headed to Pyeongchang. It's not the Olympics
If the San Jose Sharks had their way, they would've skipped Sunday's game against the Winnipeg Jets. That's because Tomas Hertl, Justin Braun, and Tim Heed all consider Winnipeg the worst city in which to play, per NBC Sports California. “I think it’s Winnipeg cause every time it’s so cold and dark there,” said Hertl. […]
Greg Wyshynski ESPN The NHL has reached the midpoint of its 2017-18 season. We've handed out our choices for the traditional, legitimate postseason awards. Now it's time for a collection of bests, worsts, surprises and bummers. Here is the ESPN NHL midpoint awards supplement: 5. The sweat they
The Canucks' Thomas Vanek turned back the clock with a superb effort vs. the Blackhawks.
With one more loss, the Cleveland Browns would finish 0-16 and join a dubious group of historically bad teams.
NHL players must have been in the holiday spirit this week, because a bunch of gifts were handed out.
Connor McDavid's performance against the Blue Jackets was one of the many great things that happened in the NHL this week.