There’s a lot of hockey to be played in 2016, but we might not have to worry about looking for a save of the year anymore thanks to Toledo Walleye goaltender Jeff Lerg. In ECHL action Sunday, Lerg’s Walleye were up against the Fort Wayne Komets and after regulation... Read more
Years from now, when New York Rangers center Derek Stepan thinks about his 100th career goal, he’ll remember that it held up as a game-winning marker. And there’s little doubt he’ll recall the pass that set it up because it was a magnificent effort by Mats Zuccarello that put... Read more
The St. Louis Blues escaped Tampa Bay with a 2-1 victory Sunday night, and they have Patrik Berglund’s right foot — and some great goaltending from Brian Elliott — to thank. Berglund, who scored the game winning tally, didn’t did so without some controversy. With less than three minutes... Read more
Good things come to those who wait, and the Washington Capitals were patient with Evgeny Kuznetsov. Despite drafting the Russian center in 2010, Washington didn’t get to sample the kid’s skills until the second half of 2013-14 thanks to an extended stay at home in the KHL. In fact,... Read more
An NCAA Division III school has cancelled its three remaining games after what the school is calling a “hazing incident.” Franklin Pierce University, which is located in Rindge, N.H., announced this weekend that the men’s hockey team will not play the final games of its season. The school has... Read more
Few players have been hotter since the all-star break than Boston’s Brad Marchard. Heading into Sunday’s afternoon game against the Detroit Red Wings, Marchand had 12 goals in his past 12 games, and was looking to keep his hot streak going. But even with as hot as Marchand has... Read more
Connor McDavid’s return from injury, paired with his tremendous play, has overshadowed some fine performances by other rookies throughout the league over the past few weeks, but Buffalo Sabres freshman Jack Eichel made his presence felt in a big way Sunday afternoon. Eichel didn’t waste any time, either. Less... Read more
For a good portion of Rick Vaive’s life – the formative years – it was all about hockey. Hockey, hockey, hockey. And damn if he wasn’t one heck of a player. The kid lit up the QMJHL for 127 goals and 265 points in 136 games for Sherbrooke before... Read more
With an overtime loss to the Ducks Saturday evening, the Blackhawks dropped their third straight game, lost their hold on first place in the Central Division and dropped out of the top spot in the Western Conference. And even still that may not have been the biggest loss Chicago... Read more
It’s a bright fall day on a tree-lined street in one of Toronto’s most exclusive neighborhoods, but the rich and/or famous are nowhere to be seen. Things are pleasantly quiet on this Thursday morning in mid-November. It’s no more than a mile or so north of the bedlam that... Read more