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Many hockey fans in the city would love to see Jaromir Jagr in the silks of the Calgary Flames.
The corps of elite defencemen seems to have thinned out slightly because of injury considerations, age or off- years in 2016-17. Last season produced only nine rearguards with 50 or more points, down from a dozen the year before. But of the D-men who will attract the most attention on draft day, bushy-bearded Brent Burns is first to come to mind.
I am grateful to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Up until this week my strong dislike of the franchise could have been called irrational.
Auston Matthews says while American athletes have the right to protest during the U.S. national anthem, he will not be taking a knee along with them.
Ever wonder the tangible value of picking first or second in the NHL Draft?
NHL preseason games got underway with the young Vancouver Canucks travelling to Los Angeles, beating the Kings 4-3 in overtime Saturday before coming home to host the franchise debut for the expansion Vegas Golden Knights on Sunday.
The Vancouver Canucks had a successful weekend at the NHL Draft and, while grades for each of the league’s 31 teams are all over the map, the consensus is the Canucks did very well, especially with their second through fourth picks (two forwards and a goalie).
From No. 1 pick through his rookie of the year selection, Auston Matthews has had a season that he and win-starved Maple Leaf fans will remember.
NASHVILLE — They say dynasties don’t exist anymore.
PITTSBURGH — The problem was never Sidney Crosby. It never is.
In what has been the bluntest talk yet about the future of the Calgary Flames, president of operations Brian Burke said the much-loved NHL team will leave the city if they don't get the new arena they've been seeking.
NASHVILLE — It was prior to Game 4 when word filtered down that the National Hockey League would not be accepting Conn Smythe Trophy ballots with two names on them.
PITTSBURGH — They don’t ask how. They don’t even ask how many.
In the end, a set of crutches — not hockey sticks — might provide the most telling symbol of whether the Nashville Predators win the Stanley Cup.
Craig Anderson delivered some good news before heading home for the summer.
NASHVILLE PREDATORS VS. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS
It’s a team leader who has won pretty much everything there is to win, often courtesy of the magic that rests in his own stick blade.