8:43 PM EST, Fri November 21, 2014
Habs Eyes On The Prize 43 mins ago
Canadiens-Blues: convaincants, enfin.

Canadiens-Blues: convaincants, enfin.

C'était beau à voir et les chiffres sont d'accord, pour une fois. Leur meilleur match de la saison, tout simplement. J'en parlais dans une récente chronique, le premier but a un immense impact sur le résultat d'un match dans la LNH d'aujourd'hui. Le concéder aux Blues n'était donc pas une mince affaire. Je note aussi qu'à forces égales, seules 12 des 54 tirs tentés par Saint-Louis ont été bloqués par des joueurs du Canadien, alors que 15 des 54 tentatives montréalaises ont été amorties par les joueurs de Hitchcock. Ça n'a pas empêché Montréal de ramasser Saint-Louis bien...
Los Angeles Times 2 hours ago

Darryl Sutter evaluates Kings as they pass first quarter of the season

The Kings practiced in El Segundo on Friday before leaving for Dallas, where they’ll face the Stars on Saturday to start a three-game trip. The Kings recorded their only road win this season at Dallas, a 3-1 decision on Nov. 4, but lost to the Stars at home on Nov. 13. Saturday's game...
Mile High Hockey 2 hours ago
Avalanche call up Vincour, Street, Agozzino

Avalanche call up Vincour, Street, Agozzino

In response to the Capitals breaking all the Avs forwards, Colorado have called up some reinforcements. Alex Tanguay is out with some sort of facial fracture after taking an Alex Ovechkin puck to the cheek. Dennis Everberg slotted in, and then abruptly got rocked and suffered his own separated shoulder. When there's injuries in your roster-hood, who ya gonna call? Lake Erie! Here's what Earl predicted in this week's Monsters desk: As far as a forward, there's no shortage of candidates and whoever it is will definitely dress and play. Street, Vincour, Sgarbossa, Smitty, Carey, Aggz, Hish,...

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Wild players show appreciation for their fathers on road trip

Players show them their gratitude and the day-to-day happenings on an NHL road trip.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 1 hour ago

Minnesota Wild: Marco Scandella's love of hockey fuels success

TAMPA, Fla. -- During the summer, Wild defenseman Marco Scandella returns to Montreal, where he lives downstairs in his parents' modest triplex, their home since Scandella, 24, was a child. His oldest brother, Giulio, 31, who plays hockey in Italy, lives upstairs during the offseason.
Winnipeg Sun 2 hours ago
Michael Hutchinson making a strong case for playing time over Pavelec

Michael Hutchinson making a strong case for playing time over Pavelec

It’s just a matter of time before it bubbles to the surface again.

He said it: Jason Spezza and Lindy Ruff on new contract extension for Spezza

Here are Jason Spezza and Lindy Ruff after practice today. Spezza signed a four-year contract extension at $7.5 million a season before practice: STARS CENTER JASON SPEZZA On the extension                 “Yeah, it’s an exciting day for myself and my family. …
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 3 hours ago
Blues try to get on the same page defensively

Blues try to get on the same page defensively

The club agrees that simpler plays and more communication is the first step.

Rose, Gasol, Hinrich all out for tonight's Bulls game

PORTLAND, Ore. --- The Bulls have lost six straight here and will be shorthanded for Friday's game against the Trail Blazers.

Rose, Gasol, Hinrich all out for tonight's Bulls game

PORTLAND, Ore. --- The Bulls have lost six straight here and will be shorthanded for Friday's game against the Trail Blazers.

Stars get Jason Demers from San Jose for Brenden Dillon

The Stars continued to shake up their defense Friday, sending Brenden Dillon to San Jose for Jason Demers and a third round draft pick, according to an NHL source. Dallas already traded Sergei Gonchar to Montreal last week and lost …
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 5 hours ago

Mikko Koivu questionable to face the Tampa Bay Lightning

The Wild captain didn't practice Friday after not playing for most of the third period Thursday in Philadelphia

Danault proving this season is different

Phillip Danault's goal was to never endure another year like his last one. Danault arrived to the Rockford IceHogs last year for his first full professional AHL season and was looking to live up to the hype of being a Chicago Blackhawks' 2011 first-round pick and being a successful junior player. Danault’s 2013-14 season didn’t match those hopes. He went through what a lot of first-year pros experience and had his share of ups and downs.

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