When the New York Islanders fired head coach Jack Capuano on Tuesday, it was an inevitable decision for a team that had won only 17 of 42 games this season.
Hayley Wickenheiser sounded the buzzer on her glorious hockey career Friday after 23 years on the national team capped by four Olympic gold medals.
A skit involving the Minnesota Wild’s mascot has received negative reviews from fans and apparently got the NHL team a call from the league brass.
Years ago, Scotiabank came up with a clever tag line for an ad campaign that informed customers: “You’re richer than you think.”
The 2016 NHL off-season punched the hockey world in the face.
A decision on participation in the 2018 Winter Olympics is starting to loom and it can't come soon enough.
We had been expecting something special. Memorable. One of those “where-were-you?” type moments that comes along only so often.
MONTREAL — Mitchell Stephens didn’t want to talk about it.
Tyson Jost can't help but think back to what went down one day in late April.
Dylan Strome was pondering the odds on Thursday morning when the thought came to him.
TORONTO — Apologies and all due respect to Dylan Strome, the captain of Canada at the 2017 world junior championship.
Sergei Zborovski doesn’t need to be told what kind of support Canadian fans will provide for the home team in the 2017 world junior hockey championship.
It’s the same holiday message we deliver every year at this time.
John Tortorella and the mighty Columbus Blue Jackets came through town Sunday, took two points and left with their bench boss having wrapped up coaching win No. 500.
And now the final act of the Maple Leafs’ eventful five-game homestand — Andy vs. Randy.
The NHL board of governors met in Palm Beach, Fla. last week and once again came away with a discouraging spin on the likelihood of Olympic participation.
The Great One may have turned into the Grate One for Dustin Johnson.
The Vancouver Canucks and Toronto Maple Leafs put on an entertaining show Saturday evening before a national Hockey Night In Canada audience, mostly living up to the pre-game hype which was reaching fever levels usually reserved for iPhone releases.
Garret Sparks has been one of the most active and engaging of the Maple Leafs and Marlies on social media, but now his candor has cost him.