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Golden Knights to keep riding Marc-Andre Fleury vs. Sharks

It seems the more rubber Marc-Andre Fleury faces, the better he plays. More »


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Blues hope to continue their road show vs. Kings

The St. Louis Blues will seek to continue their excellent road work when they visit the Los Angeles Kings on Friday night. More »


East-leading Capitals look to sweep set with Bruins

The Washington Capitals have ascended to the top of the East Division on the strength of a season-high four-game winning streak. More »


Penguins alter social media post, admit wrongdoing

Social media users are calling a penalty on the Pittsburgh Penguins for altering a photo to make fans look as if they were wearing their required face masks properly. More »


Penguins carry on without Sidney Crosby vs. Flyers

The Pittsburgh Penguins will be facing the same challenge Thursday when they play the second of three consecutive home games against the Philadelphia Flyers. More »


Sidney Crosby remains in protocol, out vs. Flyers

Pittsburgh Penguins superstar captain Sidney Crosby remained on the NHL's COVID-19 protocol list and will not play in Thursday's rematch against the visiting Philadelphia Flyers. More »


Alex Ovechkin fined $5K for spearing Trent Frederic

Washington Capitals star captain Alex Ovechkin was fined $5,000 for spearing Boston Bruins forward Trent Frederic in the groin on Wednesday night. More »


Struggling Canucks out to ground high-flying Leafs

In the midst of a 3-10-2 slump, the Vancouver Canucks begin what very well could be a make-it-or-break-it five-game homestand on Thursday night when they host the North Division-leading Toronto Maple Leafs. More »


NHL roundup: Caps slip past Bruins in shootout

Jakub Vrana scored in the first round of the shootout, and Vitek Vanecek held on in net, leading the Washington Capitals past the host Boston Bruins 2-1 Wednesday night. More »


Quick goals push Coyotes past Kings

Second-period goals 13 seconds apart by Nick Schmaltz and Johan Larsson broke a deadlock and the visiting Arizona Coyotes held on for a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night. More »


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