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The NHL said that the decision to hire Kid Rock to perform at the 2018 All-Star Game in Tampa was "purely based" on his entertainment value and history as a hockey fan, although it's aware of the backlash over him performing.
Nearly 17 years after a bitter breakup, the Philadelphia Flyers retired Eric Lindros' jersey on Thursday night in a stirring tribute to the Hall of Fame center.
Thompson and Curry reign threes on the BullsKlay Thompson made seven three-point field goals in a 38-point performance and Stephen Curry made six shots from beyond the arc while scoring 30 points in the Warriors’ win over the Bulls on Wednesday night.
A snowstorm in Charlotte forced the Carolina Hurricanes' AHL affiliate to play its Wednesday home game without fans.
The No. 3 overall pick from 2005 has requested a trade from the Blue Jackets. We assess his ideal deployment -- and identify the team that is willing and able to trade for him and use him properly.
Hockey pioneer Willie O'Ree was honored in Boston on Wednesday, the eve of the 60th anniversary of the Bruins forward breaking the NHL's color barrier.
Rene Rancourt, the tuxedoed troubadour who has sung the national anthem before Boston Bruins games for more than 40 years, announced on Wednesday that he will retire at the end of the season.
Like you, we're fantasy hockey freaks. So for this week's Power Rankings, we decided to honor some of the statistical stars and fantasy-friendly performers for each of the NHL's 31 teams.
Penguins goalie Matt Murray will be away from the team indefinitely after the death of his father.
Sometimes it's a hat. Sometimes it's a jacket. Other times, it's a fighter pilot helmet, like the Jets have used. Which is to say that these things can get weird. Here are 10 of the most unique awards in use this season.
The Nashville Predators have placed forward Viktor Arvidsson on injured reserve with a lower-body injury and recalled forward Frederick Gaudreau from the AHL's Milwaukee Admirals.
The NHL season is half over, but there are still plenty of players on waivers who can help you make a second-half run. Victoria Matiash looks at every Eastern Conference team and points to one widely available player to add to your fantasy hockey roster.
Johnny Gaudreau is riding a seven-game scoring streak. The USHL's Dryden McKay had 86 saves in two weekend victories. But our Player of the World of the Week award goes to an 11-year-old dynamo skating in the Edmonton Girls Hockey Association.
After Ducks center Andrew Cogliano was suspended, snapping his record of 830 consecutive games played, former NHL tough guy Tie Domi tweeted that the league should have considered Cogliano's streak -- and respect among his peers -- in meting out justice.
We weren't sure what to make of Tampa Bay's summer moves during the preseason. Now? It looks like another brilliant set of transactions by GM Steve Yzerman, Julien BriseBois & Co. Here's how every team's offseason acquisitions look now.
The Vegas Golden Knights signed veteran defenseman Deryk Engelland to a $1.5 million, one-year extension on Monday. Engelland is averaging almost 20 minutes a night and has three goals and 10 assists for 13 points through 41 games.
A person with direct knowledge of the decision says the San Jose Sharks have placed veteran defenseman Paul Martin on waivers. If Martin clears at noon Eastern Tuesday, the Sharks could assign him to the AHL's San Jose Barracuda.
Attention all dynasty leaguers! Sean Allen provides his updated midseason top-250 fantasy hockey dynasty league rankings and explains the difficulty in projecting the NHL's best of the best for five years down the road.
The rookie of the year hunt is shaping up as a three-horse race between Canucks winger Brock Boeser, who's on pace to score 40 goals; Islanders center -- and human highlight reel -- Mathew Barzal; and dynamic Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy.
Now that trade season has begun in earnest, who are the top players available? We rank the top 34 into five tiers based on expected return, led by three veteran skaters in the 'price of your neighbor's yacht' class.