Mark Pavelich, a former member of the 1980 Team USA "Miracle on Ice" hockey team, has passed away in a residential treatment center in Minnesota, according to the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office.
The Chicago Blackhawks are going to remain the Blackhawks and there is no sign of a change coming anytime soon.
Just months after winning the Stanley Cup, officials with the Tampa Bay Lightning said Monday they are eliminating 30 positions in a sign that even winning a championship does not spare a team from the effects of the coronavirus.
Bud Light is offering fans a way to cheers the Bolts' Stanley Cup win with some free beer.
The NHL's second-round playoff series will resume with three games each on Saturday and Sunday after players prompted the league to postpone two days of action to protest racial injustice.
The NHL postponed two days of playoff games Thursday after withering criticism from Black players who said the league was slow to acknowledge the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin.
The NHL and its Players’ Association reached a return to play agreement that would start formal training camps in one week, the league announced Monday.
The NHL season had previously been suspended in March due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The NHL says it will abandon the rest of the regular season and go straight into the playoffs with 24 teams if it is able to resume play
The league released a memo Monday saying it is targeting early next month as the start date for Phase 2 of its return-to-play protocol.
During 9/11 sports helped heal the nation. There is no such outlet now.
The NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer are closing access to locker rooms and clubhouses to all non-essential personnel in response to the coronavirus crisis.
You've heard the old conversation starters --Where were you on 9/11? Where were you when JFK was shot? Those were tragedies. But the question --Where were you when the Miracle on Ice happened, will put a smile on anyone's face! Do you remember?
Philadelphia police detectives say they have completed their investigation into the Nov. 19 incident and determined that the actions of the person portraying Gritty “did not constitute physical assault as alleged.”
Police say they are investigating an accusation that the Philadelphia Flyers mascot 'Gritty' physically assaulted a teenage boy.
Although they were already engaged, the 35-year-old Olympic skier said women shouldn’t be the only ones who get engagement rings.