Delightful sunbeam P.K. Subban decided to turn the tables during today’s media day for the Stanley Cup Final, abandoning his spot taking a questions to grab a microphone and grill his teammates on the tough questions no one else dares to. For instance—Mike Fisher, just how it does it feel to be so damn good-looking?
Alexander Lukashenko, the president of Belarus, wasn’t happy with the national hockey team’s performance in the recent world championships. He has no qualms about letting people know that.
After a scoreless first period, the Penguins and Senators opened scoring in Game 7 with back-to-back goals halfway through the second.
Sidney Crosby was the reason Marc Methot lost part of his finger in March, albeit on a routine play, but who needs an airtight reason to pick on Crosby, anyway? As the Ottawa Senators stayed alive with Tuesday’s 2-1 Game 6 win, various players chose to bother the Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain in any way they could.
Ottawa almost sold out Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.
The Nashville Predators beat the Anaheim Ducks 6-3 tonight to win the Western Conference Finals in six games. Nashville will now advance to their first-ever Stanley Cup Final against the winner of the Ottawa-Pittsburgh series.
The Penguins took a 3-2 series lead on Ottawa today with a 7-0 obliteration. Here are the highlights of that very exciting game, as called by pro wrestling legend Jim “J.R.” Ross.
The NHL will fine Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf the maximum of $10,000 for his use of a homophobic slur in Thursday’s Game 4 win over the Predators.
Anaheim thwarted Nashville’s OT-forcing comeback and ended the Predators’ home playoff win streak when Corey Perry’s drive went off PK Subban’s stick and ended up past Pekka Rinne 10:25 into the additional period, giving the Ducks a 3-2 win and leveling the Western Conference final at two games each.
Trailing 2-1, with 35 seconds left in Game 4 of the conference finals, the Nashville Predators’ Filip Forsberg snuck one past the Anaheim Ducks’ goalie to tie it up and send the game to overtime.
It’s the NHL postseason, which means, as a practical matter, we drastically increase our hockey coverage to one (1) story per day. Not all of you are happy about this.
Bobby Ryan’s goal five minutes into overtime put Ottawa up 1-0 in their Eastern Conference final series against Pittsburgh after the Senators claimed a 2-1 win over the Penguins.
The NHL announced Tuesday that the Sabres and Rangers will play the 2018 NHL Winter Classic at the Mets’ stadium in Queens. Despite the fact that the Sabres reside hundreds of miles away in Buffalo while the Rangers are only a borough away, the Sabres will be the “home team.” The NHL said that the decision to have the…
The Penguins kept a lid on the Capitals tonight, scoring two goals on Caps mistakes to win. Brooks Orpik tried to light a fire under his soggy team by tossing mitts with Scott Wilson late in the third period. As hockey fights go it was fine, but as the NBC broadcast noted, it was the first fight that has taken place…
Russian President Vladimir Putin sometimes entertains himself by getting decked out in hockey gear and forcing other people to skate around him and pretend to play defense while he scores a bunch of goals. He did that in Sochi today, but before taking the ice he was confronted by a CBS reporter who asked him about…
Young Oilers superstar Connor McDavid can’t get enough of hanging out with eager fans! He loves it!
Tonight in the first period of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Game 6 against the Washington Capitals, Penguins star Sidney Crosby got wrecked again. Crosby smashed headfirst into the boards behind the Capitals’ goal, then dazedly sat up and struggled to get back on his feet. It was a scary hit on its own merits made even…
Slovakia beat Italy in overtime in their first match of the IIHF World Championship in Germany yesterday. They were promptly treated to a celebratory edition of the Slovenian national anthem, “Zdravljica,” rather than their own, “Nad Tatrou Sa Blýska.” Slovakian fans did their best to drown it out:
The Rangers took a 4-3 third-period lead over the Senators in dramatic fashion, with a Jimmy Vesey goal very nearly robbed by Ottawa goalie Craig Anderson. Though initially not ruled a goal, a review showed that Anderson didn’t get the puck in his glove until it had already crossed the goal line:
The Oilers were three and a half minutes from a shutout victory in last night’s Game 5 against the Ducks. Then everything went wrong.