FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY Perspectives on the proposed NHL realignment
When the first full NHL season under the new collective bargaining agreement begins in the fall, the league could look completely different.
The NHL has proposed a realignment plan that would change ... Posted on 3/1/13 at 7:31 PM
A pair of former UND defensemen are headed to the Sunshine State.
Mike Commodore and Brian Lee were both dealt in separate deals to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday afternoon hours prior to the NHL’s trading deadline.
Mike Commodore was driving around Kelowna, British Columbia, on Friday when his phone rang. Five minutes later, he’d agreed to a one-year, $1-million deal with the Detroit Red Wings. His next call was to general manager Ken Holland, and then, to Wings coach Mike Babcock.
Mike Modano grew up dreaming of skating at Joe Louis Arena as a member of the Detroit Red Wings. He actually did it Thursday morning.
The 40-year-old center, who signed a one-year, free agent deal with the Red Wings worth $1.25 million and the possibility of $500,000 more through performance-based bonuses, joined most of his new teammates during an informal skate.
Johan Franzen had a natural hat trick in a 3:26 span of the first period, scored a fourth goal in the third, and set a Red Wings playoff record with six points as Detroit stayed alive with a rout of the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night in Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals.
Max Talbot scored two second-period goals, and the Penguins overcame the loss of captain Sidney Crosby to beat the defending champion Detroit Red Wings 2-1 in Game 7 and win the Stanley Cup on Friday night. Use this link for highlights of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals.
Slide over, Super Mario, and make room on the Stanley Cup for a new batch of Pittsburgh Penguins. Max Talbot scored two second-period goals, and the Penguins overcame the loss of captain Sidney Crosby to beat the defending champion Detroit Red Wings 2-1 in Game 7 and win the Cup on Friday night.
Max Talbot scored two second-period goals, and the Pittsburgh Penguins overcame the loss of captain Sidney Crosby and a whole lot of history to beat the defending champion Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Friday night in Game 7 and win the Stanley Cup for the third time.
PITTSBURGH — Until now, Jordan Staal’s older brother Eric had the biggest goal in this year’s Stanley Cup playoffs.
Jordan Staal trumped his brother and kept the Pittsburgh Penguins’ season alive for one more game.
When Jacques Martin was hired as coach of the Montreal Canadiens on Monday, he quickly announced that he is a big admirer of the Detroit Red Wings’ style of play. In fact, he noted, that’s how he would like his new team to play. Just what the NHL needs: more boring Eurohockey.
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