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Oct 19, 2017

Austin Matthews’s Awe-Inspiring Shot Blends Stealth and Elite Release

Auston Matthews's shot is deceptive and quick, the result of hard work mixed with elite-level traits.
Oct 18, 2017

Jonathan Drouin is Living His Dream, Aiming to be the Canadiens' Next Francophone Star

Jonathan Drouin's tenure with the Canadiens is still young, but he's got all the tools to be Montreal's new Francophone star.
Oct 12, 2017

In Blackhawks Reunion, It's Right Back to Business for Patrick Sharp and Brandon Saad

Patrick Sharp and Brandon Saad are back with the Blackhawks, ready to help bring another Stanley Cup to Chicago.
Oct 10, 2017

Penguins, Trump Stick to Script in White House Visit

There were few surprises when the Pittsburgh Penguins visited the White House to celebrate their second straight Stanley Cup win.
Oct 10, 2017

Hockey and Healing: In Wake of Tragedy, Golden Knights Try to Bring Comfort to Vegas

The Golden Knights drop the puck on their home opener just days after a tragic shooting rocked Las Vegas in the hopes that they can help unite the city.
Oct 6, 2017

Red Wings, Fans Usher in New Era With Opener at 'First-Class' Little Caesars Arena

The closing of Joe Louis Arena was bittersweet to some Red Wings fans and players, but it's clear to all that the move to brand new Little Caesars Arena is a positive for both the franchise and the city.
Oct 4, 2017

'I Got Hit.' Brother's Actions Help UNLV Assistant Nick Robone Survive Shooting

Nick Robone faces a long recovery from an injury to a lung.
Oct 3, 2017

Auston Matthews: The 20-Year-Old Tasked With Delivering Toronto's First Stanley Cup in 50 Years

A four-goal debut was only the beginning for Maple Leafs' 20-year-old star Auston Matthews, as he carries the pressure of an entire city hoping he delivers a long-awaited Stanley Cup.
Sep 28, 2017

Young Stars Finding Innovative Ways To Train For New NHL

There's apparatuses and circuits. Everything goes at full speed. The NHL's young stars have found a new way to traing for a faster, more skilled game.

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