Blues Fan Bares Breasts During Chicago-St. Louis Overtime

First Joel Quenneville grabbed his nuts and now this: a Blues fan sitting behind the goal in St. Louis took a moment to urge her team on in overtime by flashing her breasts. Shortly thereafter, St. Louis scored and took a commanding 2-0 lead in the NHL's most x-rated series so far. » 4/19/14 6:58pm Today 6:58pm

Pavel Datsyuk's Slick Moves Put Detroit Up 1-0 Over Bruins

Just 30 seconds before this play, Detroit goaltender Jimmy Howard watched Milan Lucic 's redirection of Jarome Iginla's shot/pass on goal harmlessly trickle through the crease. It was the Bruins best chance of the night and on the pendulum swing back, they were down 1-0. These things always seem to happen that way: a… » 4/19/14 9:49am Today 9:49am

The NHL's New Playoff Format, As Explained By Highly Paid Consultants

The NHL rolled out a new playoff format this season, which some have found a bit confusing. To assist, an employee at Accenture—the world's largest consulting company—has passed along a presentation he made for his boss to explain the changes. This is a great pro bono service: Had you personally asked Accenture to… » 4/18/14 1:34pm Yesterday 1:34pm

Nathan MacKinnon Shows The Grown-Ups How It's Done

The Avs pulled off a thrilling win in Game 1 of their series with Minnesota last night, scoring the tying goal with 13 seconds left and winning it 7:27 into overtime. Neither could have happened without rookie Nathan MacKinnon, playing his first big-boy playoff hockey with the coolness of someone twice his age. » 4/18/14 10:31am Yesterday 10:31am

What's The Best Way To Score On Jonathan Quick And Antti Niemi?

Goalie performance is extraordinarily important to success in the NHL playoffs (which began last night, FYI). To get you ahead of the curve, Kevin Woodley of NHL.com has broken down the intriguing "goaltender matchup" between LA's Jonathan Quick and San Jose's Antti Niemi, with the help of some goofy, but useful,… » 4/17/14 4:11pm Thursday 4:11pm

What Was Patrice Bergeron's Mystery Injury? Pretty Much Everything.

Bergeron, the Bruins' irreplaceable two-way center, was questionable for last night after being rushed to the hospital during Game 5. No one would say precisely what was ailing him, but after he had to watch the Blackhawks lift the cup, he fessed up: he was a broken man. » 6/25/13 10:22am 6/25/13 10:22am