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Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara returned to practice and worked out with the full squad Monday, his first such workout since sitting out Boston's Eastern Conference-clinching victory over Carolina with an undisclosed injury.
Both Great Britain and Italy picked up their first wins of the world hockey championship to avoid relegation.
A group of elite women hockey players have started a union and want to promote the formation of a new North American league.
Blues forward Ivan Barbashev will not receive any supplemental discipline from the NHL Department of Player Safety after a high hit that helped take Sharks forward Tomas Hertl out of Game 5 of the Western Conference finals, according to a source.
The Avalanche blueliner was downright terrific this year. Here's a look at his season, along with five prospects who pushed him for the top spot.
With prospect seasons winding down, we check in on the Atlantic Division teams' pipelines and who might be ready to make an NHL impact next season.
Kirill Kaprizov, Cale Makar and Adam Boqvist lead a relatively shallow Central Division prospect pool. How does each team's farm system stack up?
Do the Sharks have another comeback in them? We break down Game 5 and look ahead to the rest of the series.
A rash of injuries left the San Jose Sharks without key players Tomas Hertl, Joe Pavelski and Erik Karlsson during the third period of Sunday's 5-0 loss to the St. Louis Blues in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals.
Dylan Larkin scored a tiebreaking goal midway through the third period and the United States went on to beat Germany 3-1 Sunday at the world championships.
Alex DeBrincat's two goals on Saturday helped power the United States to their fourth straight victory during preliminary play at the world championships.
We're down to a best-of-three in the Western Conference finals. Plus, what's going on with Erik Karlsson?
We know which teams are still alive, but who are the big winners of the first two and a half rounds? We identify the top players, execs and coaches.
Which NHL prospects look ready to bring an influx of youth to the veteran-heavy rosters on the West Coast?
In a copycat league, here's why the cats shouldn't be copying what they're seeing this spring. Plus, Jersey Fouls, Krueger Time in Buffalo and more.
Boston, Carolina, St. Louis and San Jose all made moves (and non-moves) that have had a big impact on their postseason runs.
Many Metropolitan teams have restocked in rebuilds. Which prospects are ready to make the NHL jump next season?
We don't see as many mullets as we used to, but hockey players still find ways to innovate on top of their heads and all over their faces.