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Sabres’ Zach Bogosian on injuries: ‘I’ve had a tough go’

BUFFALO – Since Zach Bogosian joined the Sabres on Feb. 11, 2015, the defenseman has missed a whopping 114 games – 42 percent of his team’s outings – to injuries. This season, Bogosian’s 10th in the NHL, was supposed to be his breakout campaign. If anyone could unlock his potential, it would be new Sabres coach Phil Housley, right? Well, Housley, a Hall of Fame defenseman, never...
Via Buffalo Hockey Beat
14 hours ago

‘I felt happy. I felt really happy.’ Meet Keelan, the adorable girl who received a puck from Brett Connolly.

On Sunday, Brett Connolly attempted to throw a puck to an adorable girl watching warmups on the glass. Connolly was thwarted, twice, in getting the puck to the girl — and got a little heated in the process — by an adult who passed the thrown pucks to two boys stood either side of the girl. Since then, more details have emerged about what exactly went down ahead of Game Two, as well...
Via RMNB
14 hours ago

Flyers-Penguins: Round 1, Game 4 Preview

(Kate Frese/SB Nation) By Kevin Durso, Sports Talk Philly editor  A strong first period went to waste in Game 3 before the Penguins had their way with the Flyers again, to take a 2-1 series lead. The Flyers catch a break with Patric Hornqvist out of the lineup for the Penguins for Game 4, but are dealing with a scare of their own after practice on Tuesday. Sean Couturier suffered...
Via Flyerdelphia
14 hours ago

NHL Playoffs 2018: 5 reasons the Los Angeles Kings were knocked out by the Vegas Golden Knights

Breaking down where things went wrong for the Kings
Via CBSSports.com
14 hours ago

Tampa Bay Lightning vs. New Jersey Devils reset: NHL playoffs schedule, scores, results, TV channels, stream

The Devils roared back into the series in Game 3 but can they keep the momentum?
Via CBSSports.com
15 hours ago

Paul Byron undergoes shoulder surgery, out six months

The Canadiens forward has the start of his season in jeopardy The Montreal Canadiens announced that forward Paul Byron will be out for the next six months after undergoing successful right shoulder surgery on Wednesday. The 28-year-old scored 20 goals this past season, in addition to 35 points. It is the second consecutive season he has hit the 20 goal plateau. The Canadiens acquired...
Via Eyes On The Prize
15 hours ago

Oilers' Connor McDavid and Sabres' Ryan O'Reilly visit Humboldt crash survivors

The NHL stars are the latest to show support to the survivors of the tragic bus accident last month
Via CBSSports.com
15 hours ago

Sharks ride depth, Jones to first-round sweep of Ducks

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Very little separated San Jose and Anaheim in the regular season, with the Ducks edging out the Sharks by one point for second place in the Pacific Division. Their first-round series wasn’t nearly as competitive. The Sharks rode their superior depth, potent power play and stellar goaltending from Martin Jones to the second sweep in franchise history, knocking...
Via MyNorthwest.com
15 hours ago

Canadiens' Paul Byron undergoes shoulder sugery, out six months

One of the only bright spots in the Montreal Canadiens season was speedster Paul Byron, who scored 20 goals for the second consecutive year. Unfortunately, the team announced today that he underwent shoulder surgery and will be out six months. That puts the start of the 2018-19 season in doubt, as six months from now is the middle of October. One of the only bright spots in the Montreal...
Via Pro Hockey Rumors
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Jordan Kyrou assigned to Chicago Wolves for AHL Playoffs

Jordan Kyrou has turned into one of the most intriguing prospects in the league, and now his season will continue after the St. Louis Blues assigned him to the Chicago Wolves for the remainder of the season. Kyrou’s Sarnia Sting were eliminated from the OHL playoffs on Sunday, but he’ll get a chance to keep playing as the Wolves are headed to the AHL playoffs. He should feel right...
Via Pro Hockey Rumors
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Caps alum Viktor Kozlov to remain with Metallurg as “Senior” Coach for 2018-2019

According to a statement released earlier Tuesday by the KHL’s Metallurg Magnitogorsk, former Capitals forward and noted Sasha Whisperer Viktor Kozlov has been named to a new position as “senior coach” with a new team. The head coach will be Czech National Team coach Josef Jandac. According to the press release, “Metallurg Magnitogorsk signed a contract with Czech hockey specialist...
Via RMNB
15 hours ago

Bruins vs. Maple Leafs reset: NHL playoffs schedule, scores, TV channels, stream, predictions

Can the Leafs keep the momentum in Game 4 after getting a win on home ice?
Via CBSSports.com
15 hours ago

Barry Trotz talks about Conversation He Had with Braden Holtby Prior to the Start of the Playoffs

The goaltending has been a hot topic surrounding the Washington Capitals over the last month. In the latest chapter, Braden Holtby shined in Game 3 with some huge saves in the Capitals double overtime win over the Columbus Blue Jackets. During the team’s off day, coach Barry Trotz held a conference call with reporters and had an interesting take on Holtby’s performance and their...
Via NoVa Caps
16 hours ago

Loss of Sean Couturier in Game 4 could be crushing

With the Philadelphia Flyers looking to tie up their series against the Pittsburgh Penguins, they may have to play Game 4 without Sean Couturier. After a tough 5-1 loss in Game 3 against the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Philadelphia Flyers find themselves in a must-win situation heading into Wednesday’s game. When looking at the way the […] Philadelphia Flyers: Loss of Sean Couturier...
Via Section215
16 hours ago

What makes Lightning's power play so tough on Devils' penalty kill?

Why the power play is so dangerous for the Tampa Bay Lightning, and what the Devils can do to slow it down. Watch video Special teams can make or break a playoff series, and the Devils are still looking for better results from their penalty kill. Entering Game 4 against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Wednesday at Prudential Center...
Via NJ.com
16 hours ago

Fleury’s Hot Streak Sends Golden Knights Into Second Round

By Steve Silverman  The Stanley Cup playoffs started less than a week ago, and one team has already made it through to the second rounds. Shockingly, it is the Vegas Golden Knights, the first-year expansion team that won the Pacific Division title. Perhaps it shouldn’t be a shocker. This team came out of the gate firing, and played as consistently as any of the other 30 teams in...
Via CBS DC
16 hours ago
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