NHL closer to sending players to Olympics, Bergeron won’t require surgery and Ribeiro’s wife ‘pissed’ about leaving

The NHL was busy this weekend. In addition to draft festivities, a five-hour meeting was held in New York to discuss whether or not the NHL will send its players to Sochi, Russia for the Olympics next February. The issue isn’t settled yet, but, according to Jeff Z. Klein of The New York Times, several participants are […]

Gardiner playing like a veteran, Wings and Hawks meet for one last Western showdown, Switzerland’s Furrer wants to play in the NHL and Price uncomfortable with media and fan attention

Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Gardiner may only have 92 games of NHL experience under his belt, but he carries himself with the poise of someone with over 1,000 and has been the Leafs’ best defenseman in their first round series against Boston which wraps up tonight in Game 7.  As Ken Campbell of The Hockey […]

Green trying to lead Barons to Calder Cup, Bryzgalov opens up to Russian media and France stuns Russia in IIHF Worlds

The Oklahoma City Barons begin their American League Western Conference semifinal series against the Texas Stars tonight. They are looking to reach the conference final for the second consecutive year and with the way 35-year-old captain Josh Green is playing they should give the Stars, who finished six points ahead of the Barons, everything they can handle. […]

Avalanche win right to select Jones first overall, Oil Kings draw on past experience for tonight’s Game 7 and two teams added to the KHL

  The Colorado Avalanche won the draft lottery last night, earning the first overall pick and chance to select defenseman Seth Jones who began playing hockey in Colorado and is ranked as the number one prospect according to Central Scouting. This will be the first year since 2009 a team other than the Edmonton Oilers […]

Jets would have made the playoffs with realignment format

By: Tim Kolupanowich @TimKolupan_ The NHL is realigning into four divisions next season with a brand new playoff format. The top three teams in each division will make the playoffs and the top remaining two teams in the conference will make it in as a wild card. The division leader with the most points will […]

Kovalchuk signing about to cost the Devils dearly, trade to Huskies helps Kucherov and Nugent-Hopkins to have shoulder surgery

When the New Jersey Devils originally signed Ilya Kovalchuk, the deal was seen as circumvention of the salary cap and they were fined $3 million and penalized with the loss of a third round pick in 2011 and a first round pick in one of the drafts between 2011 and 2014. As Brian Costello of The […]

Bruins fans show unwavering support, Dynamo wins second straight Gagarin Cup

In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, the people of Beantown showed why the city is so amazing. Despite all the terror and confusion, there were more people running towards the explosion to help anyway they could or running to the hospital to donate blood than ran away from the blast, proving the strength, […]

Toews best choice for MVP, Walleye attempting to overcome 3-0 deficit, MacTavish’s impact on Edmonton and Cowen return to Sens’ lineup

In this shortened season, there are many players who deserve consideration for the Hart Trophy including a few old favorites in injured Sidney Crosby and the suddenly-red-hot Alex Ovechkin. But, as Stu Hackel of Sports Illustrated points out, both players have only been at their best for roughly three-quarters of the season which may deter some voters. Hackel […]

Bergeron improving, tragic numbers and Flames fans must be patient

The Boston Bruins received good news regarding Patrice Bergeron who has been out with a concussion since April 2 according to Joe Haggerty, a Bruins insider for CSNNE. Bergeron traveled with the team to Carolina for their game against the Hurricanes on Saturday and while it’s “very doubtful” he’ll play that game, it looks as though he […]

Lady Gophers go undefeated, Semin finally gets contract security, BU replaces Parker and more

All the attention this season has been on the Chicago Blackhawks’ 24-game point streak and the Pittsburgh Penguins’ 12-game winning streak, but those don’t come close to what the University of Minnesota Gophers’ women’s team has accomplished this season. They have gone 41-0 to capture their second consecutive national championship and become the first college […]

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