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The Vegas Golden Knights completed a seven-game homestand on Friday with a 7-0 win against the Colorado Avalanche. Seven different players scored as the Golden Knights celebrated Nevada Day — which commemorates Nevada’s admission to statehood on October 31, 1864 — with their fifth consecutive victory. According to Elias, that five-in-a-row run matches the longest
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Anaheim Ducks defenseman Kevin Bieksa dropped Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas in a brawl on Tuesday, but Bieksa is the one sitting out. The Ducks said that he will miss the remaining three games of their four-game road trip with a hand injury suffered in the one-punch fight. “I’m going to say it wasn’t the
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What one feud would you like to see bubble over this season? Emily Kaplan: I’ll take Drew Doughty vs. Matthew Tkachuk. Let’s go over the cast: Tkachuk is the Calgary Flames‘ 19-year-old hot-shot winger (and, duh, son of Keith) who is getting a reputation as a guy who can score goals but also likes to
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Former Arizona Coyotes captain and forward Shane Doan is joining the NHL’s hockey operations department. The league announced the hiring of Doan on Thursday. Senior executive vice president of hockey operations Colin Campbell says there isn’t a set of responsibilities yet for Doan in his first post-playing job. The 41-year-old Doan played 21 seasons with
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Between the countless memorable matchups during the regular season, the Hockey East tournament and the fabled Beanpot Tournament, Boston University-Boston College has become one of the truly great rivalries in hockey. Through generations of battles for national and local supremacy, the neighboring programs have been the focal point of Boston’s historic hockey heritage while developing
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Oct 26, 2017 Emily KaplanESPN Don’t get spooked, but Halloween is right around the corner. That means we’re three weeks into the season, and trends are beginning to solidify. For this week’s Power Rankings — voted, as always, by ESPN’s panel of 20 experts — we kept in the holiday spirit to identify the scariest
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5:55 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN It’s early in the season. Like, super early. If this were the movie “Titanic,” Leonardo DiCaprio would have just won his boat ticket in that poker game and Billy Zane would simply be a dashing fiancé with slightly unsettling intensity. That acknowledged, a few players and coaches (and one team)
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The Pittsburgh Penguins placed goaltender Antti Niemi on waivers Monday after he appeared in just three games as Matt Murray‘s backup. Niemi, 34, had a 7.49 goals-against average and a .797 save percentage. That includes allowing seven goals in a loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday. He gave up four goals in under
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Greg Wyshynski: The Golden Knights’ success (6-1-0) is stunning for an NHL expansion team. No other first-year team in the history of the league has won six of its first seven games. This doesn’t just include every expansion team in the past 100 years, but teams like the Montreal Canadiens in the NHL’s inaugural 1917-18
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