RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

NHL

A collection of news and information related to NHL published by this site and its partners.

Top NHL Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • Ducks' Coach Bruce Boudreau trying to get past a glitch on his resume

    Ducks' Coach Bruce Boudreau trying to get past a glitch on his resume
    It has become an unavoidable part of any conversation about Bruce Boudreau, sometime after acknowledging he was voted coach of the year for turning around the Washington Capitals in 2007-08, won the Presidents' Trophy as the NHL's top team with them in...
  • Ducks, Jets expect playoff series to get more physical

    Ducks, Jets expect playoff series to get more physical
    After it is all done, after they shake hands, will everyone involved in this Ducks-Jets series look like Michael Frolik? The affable Jets winger was wearing Game 1. A puffy eye and some stitches were the accessories from Winnipeg's 4-2 loss to Anaheim...
  • Ducks vs. Winnipeg Jets: key factors

    Ducks vs. Winnipeg Jets: key factors
    Three keys: 1. Ducks' power play: Winnipeg's physicality will probably put the Jets on the penalty kill. Anaheim's talented but 28th-ranked unit needs to take advantage at the time of season when goals are at a premium. 2. Colliding: The Ducks pride...
  • Ducks' James Wisniewski surprised he won't play against Jets in Game 1

    Ducks' James Wisniewski surprised he won't play against Jets in Game 1
    If there was any question about how the Ducks would try to handle Winnipeg’s big bodies, part of the answer emerged at Thursday’s morning skate. Game 1 is at Honda Center Thursday night. Defenseman Clayton Stoner in. Defenseman James...
  • Ducks again show third-period grit in comeback win over Jets

    Ducks again show third-period grit in comeback win over Jets
    The more things change, the more they stayed the same for the Ducks in their playoff opener Thursday, but in a good sense for a group that has inexplicably failed to play to its talent level in its past few playoff ventures. The team that endured some...
  • Corey Perry pushes for Ducks to match his early taste of playoff success

    Corey Perry pushes for Ducks to match his early taste of playoff success
    When Corey Perry was 21 and a quietly observant NHL rookie, he played a supporting role as the Ducks reached the 2006 Western Conference finals. The following season, Perry and linemate Ryan Getzlaf led the team in playoff scoring but still deferred to...
  • Kings must take a look at their 'family' after Jarret Stoll arrest

    Kings must take a look at their 'family' after Jarret Stoll arrest
    At the very least, the Kings have an image problem to deal with after the arrest of center Jarret Stoll at a Las Vegas resort Friday on suspicion of possessing controlled substances, specifically cocaine and Ecstasy, a felony in Nevada. At the very...
  • Kings' Jarret Stoll arrested in Vegas on suspicion of drug possession

    Kings' Jarret Stoll arrested in Vegas on suspicion of drug possession
    Kings center Jarret Stoll was arrested on suspicion of drug possession Friday in Las Vegas, according to the police department's online records. The news was first reported by the CBS television affiliate in Las Vegas, saying he was arrested on...
  • Five things for Tuesday, April 14, 2015

    Five things for Tuesday, April 14, 2015
    Here are your stories for Tuesday in Central Florida: man connected to a North Carolina college murder found sleeping on beach; parents asking for money to help visually impaired children; SpaceX tries again to launch Falcon 9 rocket; and Bianchi asks why...
  • Bob Ford: Why Flyers' Hextall should surprise everyone and keep coach Berube

    If the Flyers fire Craig Berube this week and the drumbeat emanating from Ice Station Groundhog is certainly familiar the lucky new coach, whomever he is, will be the team's 10th in the last 20 years. It's quite a list, traveling all the way from Terry...
  • Capitals have turned to 'a heavier game'

    Capitals have turned to 'a heavier game'
    During his time coaching the Nashville Predators, whenever Barry Trotz prepared to face the Washington Capitals, he always marveled at their size but never saw it translate onto the ice. Sure, the Capitals could carve through defenses and pour in goals,...