Carson Briere apologizes, placed on interim suspension for pushing wheelchair down stairs
The son of Philadelphia Flyers interim general manager Daniel Briere is being investigated by his university and placed on interim suspension from the school's athletic department after a video on social media showed him pushing an empty wheelchair down a staircase.
Former Blackhawks legend Bobby Hull dies at 84
Bobby Hull, the all-time leading scorer in Blackhawks history, died Monday morning at the age of 84.
NHL All-Star skills competition featuring golf event, beach dunk tank
NHL All-Star Weekend is Feb. 3 and 4 and will feature the return of women's hockey players.
'My choice is to stay true to myself': Flyers' Provorov cites religion for boycott on Pride night
Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov cited his Russian Orthodox religion as the reason he did not participate in pregame warmups when the team wore Pride-themed jerseys and used sticks wrapped in rainbow Pride tape.
NHL Winter Classic to feature Seattle Kraken hosting Vegas Golden Knights in 2024
Selling the NHL on bringing the 2024 Winter Classic to the Pacific Northwest required purchase of a protection plan — a retractable roof.
Golden Knights star Alex Pietrangelo opens up about daughter's serious illness: 'God answered our prayers'
Pietrangelo's daughter had the flu which developed into encephalitis
Sharks hire Mike Grier as NHL’s first Black general manager
The San Jose Sharks have hired longtime NHL forward Mike Grier to become the first Black general manager in NHL history.
'Is that the Stanley Cup?' Iconic trophy accidentally delivered to wrong house
Each player on the Colorado Avalanche gets a turn with Lord Stanley's cup. But when it was Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog's turn, the trophy took a surprising detour.
Stanley Cup 2022: Colorado Avalanche beat Tampa Bay Lightning
With a mix of speed, high-end talent and the experiences gained from those defeats, Colorado broke through this time.
Lightning win Game 5, deny Avs chance to take Stanley Cup
The Tampa Bay Lightning spoiled Colorado’s party to stay in the hunt for a third straight Stanley Cup title, beating the Avalanche 3-2 on Friday night in Game 5.
Colorado Avalanche sweep Edmonton Oilers, advance to Stanley Cup Final
The Colorado Avalanche head back to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2001. They will take on the winner of the Eastern Conference final between the New York Rangers and the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning.
Tampa Bay Lightning visit White House for delayed celebration of back-to-back Stanley Cup wins
After winning two Stanley Cup championships, the Tampa Bay Lightning are finally at the White House to be honored for back-to-back Stanley Cup Championships.
Tampa Bay Lightning to visit White House for delayed celebration of back-to-back Stanley Cup wins
After winning two Stanley Cup championships, the Tampa Bay Lightning will finally get their chance to be honored at the White House.
Hockey Hall of Famer, Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur dies at age 70
Hockey Hall of Famer Guy Lafleur, who helped the Montreal Canadiens win five Stanley Cup titles in the 1970s, has died at age 70.
NHL unveils new logo for Stanley Cup playoffs and Final
The NHL is unveiling a new logo for the Stanley Cup playoffs and Final that replaces the one used for the last 13 years. This new design features a realistic rendering of the Stanley Cup set against a championship banner.
Willie O’Ree, 1st Black NHL player, getting Congressional Gold Medal
Willie O’Ree suited up as the first Black player for the NHL 64 years ago, and has since worked for several decades as a diversity ambassador to the league.
Minneapolis so cold that NHL is warming ice for Winter Classic
The NHL Winter Classic in Minnesota has set the record as the coldest game in NHL history. It's so cold the NHL is actually warming the ice for the game.
Canucks manager thanks Kraken fan for 'saving his life'
A manager for the Vancouver Canucks says his life was saved by a Seattle Kraken fan during their first game in Seattle.
AP source: NHL to withdraw from Olympics after COVID surge
The NHL will withdraw from the Winter Olympics after the regular-season schedule was disrupted by coronavirus outbreaks, a person with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
NHL shutting down from Wednesday through Saturday due to COVID: AP source
A person with direct knowledge of discussions said the NHL is beginning a league-wide shutdown Wednesday amid an increase of positive COVID-19 test results among players across the league.