Islanders angry as NHL shrugs at John Tavares hit – New York Post

Islanders angry as NHL shrugs at John Tavares hit
New York Post
Sunday came and went without the NHL issuing any further discipline to Bruins forward Brad Marchand for his high hit on John Tavares on Saturday night. Marchand was assessed a five-minute major penalty for the hit, after taking a direct route to

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Mirtle: The Leafs are the hottest team in the NHL – but they aren't really playing all that well – The Athletic

Mirtle: The Leafs are the hottest team in the NHL – but they aren’t really playing all that well
The Athletic
If we go back to Nov. 6, things were getting a bit hairy for the Maple Leafs and Mike Babcock. Expectations were high for this team, but they had just finished a disastrous road swing through California and St. Louis. And Auston Matthews was out hurt
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Schenn, Allen take top two spots in NHL player of the week honors – STLtoday.com

Schenn, Allen take top two spots in NHL player of the week honors
STLtoday.com
The Blues took the top two spots in the NHL’s annual player of the week awards, with forward Brayden Schenn being named the week’s No. 1 star and goalie Jake Allen being named the No. 2 star. A former Blue, goalie Brian Elliott, was the No. 3 star. The
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Jr. Golden Knights youth teams thriving with support from NHL team – Las Vegas Review-Journal

Jr. Golden Knights youth teams thriving with support from NHL team
Las Vegas Review-Journal
In the Anaheim Ducks High School Hockey League, they were known as the Las Vegas Storm. These days, the same team is more recognizable thanks to the uniforms they wear. The Vegas Jr. Golden Knights are no longer incognito. They wear the same sweater

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Wolf Pack's Bob Crawford Says First NHL Call Up Was Like 'A Christmas Present' – Hartford Courant

Wolf Pack’s Bob Crawford Says First NHL Call Up Was Like ‘A Christmas Present’
Hartford Courant
And Crawford’s first NHL goal call was the Rangers’ Jimmy Vesey giving New York a 1-0 lead at 6:33 of the first period in a game it won 5-2. “It was over quick,” Crawford said. “There was so much anticipation all week. I was preparing like crazy

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Nikita Scherbak sent down to the Rocket – NHL.com

Nikita Scherbak sent down to the Rocket
NHL.com
Scherbak has missed the last 21 games with a knee injury, which he suffered on October 26 and which resulted in him undergoing surgery on October 30. The Russian had just been called up by the big club when he got hurt. In two games, he had not

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Houstonians Ask “Now What”? as NHL Approves Expansion to Seattle – Houston Press

Houstonians Ask “Now What”? as NHL Approves Expansion to Seattle
Houston Press
It was just last month that the NHL coming to Houston seemed like a sure deal. Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta met with the league in regards to getting a team, and he has stated to the media that he has an interest in getting a team in Houston. There’s
Commentary: NHL to Seattle news supersedes arena in-fighting and bureaucratic incompetenceQ13 FOX
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Highlights of Sunday's NHL games – Reuters

Highlights of Sunday’s NHL games
Reuters
Dec 10, 2017; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Blues right wing Vladimir Tarasenko (91) shoots and scores against Buffalo Sabres goalie Robin Lehner (40) during overtime at Scottrade Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports. Blues 3, Sabres 2
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Senators forward Burrows fined $5000 for roughing – NHL.com

Senators forward Burrows fined $5000 for roughing
NHL.com
NEW YORK — Ottawa Senators forward Alexandre Burrows has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for roughing San Jose Sharks defenseman Dylan DeMelo during NHL Game No. 454 in San Jose on Saturday, Dec. 9
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McElhinney, Maple Leafs shut out Oilers – Ottawa Senators (press release) (blog)

McElhinney, Maple Leafs shut out Oilers
Ottawa Senators (press release) (blog)
TORONTO — Curtis McElhinney made 41 saves to help the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 1-0 win against the Edmonton Oilers at Air Canada Centre on Sunday. McElhinney was starting for the first time since a 4-2 loss against the Washington Capitals on Nov. 25
Hainsey showing Maple Leafs what it takes to win Stanley CupNHL.com
Curtis McElhinney backstops Leafs to shutout of OilersCBC.ca
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