Bruins vs. Canucks

Miller scores shootout winner as Canucks top Bruins

J.T. Miller scored the shootout winner Wednesday, giving the Vancouver Canucks a 2-1 victory over the visiting Boston Bruins, improving to 2-0 under newly minted head coach Bruce Boudreau.

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Coyotes set to pay bills, avoid lockout from arena

The Arizona Coyotes could be looking for a new home sooner than expected. The City of Glendale informed the team that it intends to lock the Coyotes out of Gila River Arena by Dec. 20 if all outstanding debts to the city and the management company for the arena are not paid.

Coyotes set to pay bills, avoid lockout from arena
O’Connor scores twice as Avs rout Rangers

O’Connor scores twice as Avs rout Rangers

Logan O’Connor scored twice in a 22-second span in a five-goal second period, and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Rangers 7-3 on Wednesday night, ending New York's seven-game winning streak.

Golden Knights rally for win, end Stars' seven-game run

Mark Stone had two goals and Max Pacioretty scored the winner as the Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Dallas Stars 5-4 on Wednesday night.

Despite being behind, Ferraro says Matthews ‘is the favourite’ for Rocket

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan are joined by TSN Hockey and ESPN analyst Ray Ferraro to discuss Auston Matthews being his favourite for the Rocket despite trailing right now.

Has Rielly earned a spot on Team Canada?

Has Morgan Rielly earned a spot on Team Canada with his stellar play this season? What have the Maple Leafs shown this season that they haven't in the past? That's Hockey weighs in.

Zegras Reaction

Appreciating the apple: Nylander leads Leafs in post-goal points

Pointing to the person who set you up for a goal is a universal hockey language. BarDown's Corwin McCallum did some digging over the Maple Leafs' past two seasons to see who were the biggest pointers, and pointees.

Injuries opening door for younger Habs to step up

With injuries continuing to mount for the Canadiens, the door has opened for some of the younger players in the system to try their hand a larger role with the team, something that veteran goalie Jake Allen believes should be taken advantage of.

Blue Jackets vs. Maple Leafs

Insider Trading: NHLers weighing their own Olympic decisions

The TSN Hockey Insiders discuss why Maple Leafs assistant GM Laurence Gilman's stock is on the rise with many GM vacancies around the NHL, why a Gilman-Mike Gillis reunion could be a possibility in the Canucks' front office, how Jack Eichel's recovery timeline leaves open an Olympic possibility with Team USA, how NHLers are weighing their own Olympic decisions, and much more.

Insider Trading: NHLers weighing their own Olympic decisions

Canadian teams in action

Hertl's hat trick leads Sharks past Flames

Tomas Hertl scored his fourth career hat trick and the San Jose Sharks used a three-goal barrage in the second period to beat the Calgary Flames 5-3 on Tuesday night.

Wild take down Oilers for seventh straight win

Joel Eriksson Ek had a goal and an assist as the Minnesota Wild won their seventh straight game, rolling over the Edmonton Oilers 4-1 Tuesday.

Palat scores last-minute winner as Bolts beat Habs

Ondrej Palat's goal with 38 seconds left in the game gave Tampa Bay a 3-2 win over Montreal on Tuesday, exactly five months after the Lightning finished off the Canadiens in the 2021 Stanley Cup final.

Necas, Trocheck strike as Hurricanes down Jets

Martin Necas and Vincent Trocheck each had a power-play goal to help boost the Carolina Hurricanes to a 4-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday.

Lee, Isles beat Sens to end 11-game skid

Anders Lee scored twice, and the New York Islanders snapped an 11-game losing streak with a 5-3 win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.

Trade Bait: Chiarot expected to be a hot commodity

Ben Chiarot sits atop TSN Hockey's first Trade Bait list of the season. Chris Johnston joins James Duthie to explain why Chiarot is expected to be such a hot commodity before the trade deadline, and discuss what kind market Phil Kessel and Evander Kane will have as both players slide into the top 10.

Trade Bait: Chiarot expected to be a hot commodity

How might Canada’s lineup look if NHLers go to Olympics?

Bryan Hayes and Jonas Siegel discuss what the Canadian Olympic team might look like if the NHLers go to Beijing.

Leafs' Marner (shoulder) out 3-4 weeks, placed on IR with Sandin

The Toronto Maple Leafs placed forward Mitch Marner and defenceman Rasmus Sandin on injured reserve Tuesday. The Maple Leafs recalled defencemen Alex Biega and Kristiāns Rubīns, along with forward Alex Steeves from the AHL's Toronto Marlies.

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Rangers top Blackhawks for win 7th straight win

By the time Chicago Blackhawks forward Jujhar Khaira saw New York Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba, it was too late. The result was a huge hit that sent Khaira to the hospital. Khaira was stretchered off the ice after he was leveled by Trouba in the second period of New York's 6-2 victory Tuesday night.

Zegras' over-the-net flip lifts Ducks over Sabres

Trevor Zegras flipped a pass over the net to set up the go-ahead goal, Anthony Stolarz made 25 saves and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Buffalo Sabres 2-0 Tuesday night.

Buchnevich's OT goal lifts Blues over Panthers

Pavel Buchnevich scored a wrap-around goal 53 seconds into overtime and the St. Louis Blues beat the Florida Panthers 4-3 Tuesday night.

Josi, Preds snap Red Wings' five-game win streak

Roman Josi beat four Detroit defenders for a first-period goal, Ryan Johansen scored on a power play and the Nashville Predators beat the Red Wings 5-2 Tuesday night.

Vancouver Canucks

What's next for the Canucks with Boudreau behind the bench?

The Canucks introduced Bruce Boudreau as their new head coach on Monday and believe he can help turn this team around. Farhan Lalji has more on the decision to bring Boudreau in and what's next in the search for a new general manager.

Aquilini on hiring Boudreau, his belief in the group, search for new GM

Canucks chairmen Francesco Aquilini meets with the media after cleaning house to discuss the hiring of Bruce Boudreau, why he still has belief in the team and the process they will take to hire a new general manager and possibly a president.

How much of the Canucks' failures falls on the players?

Canucks ownership had seen enough and cleaned house 25 games into the season, firing GM Jim Benning and head coach Travis Green in a massive shakeup. How was the final decision made to make the flurry of changes? How much of Vancouver's failures falls on the players? That's Hockey debates.

Is there any way to explain why the Canucks underachieved so badly?

Canucks ownership and fans' patience grew thin in Vancouver and sweeping changes were made to try and steer the team in the right direction. Farhan Lalji joins Gino Reda on That's Hockey to share his thoughts on why the Canucks have underachieved so badly over the last few seasons.

Where do the Sedin twins fit in the Canucks' shakeup?

Gino Reda welcomes in Pierre LeBrun to discuss how the Bruce Boudreau hiring and Travis Green firing came to fruition. He also touches on where the Sedin twins will fit into the organization with the recent shakeup.

Senators vs. Devils

Norris' shootout goal puts Senators over Devils

Josh Norris scored the decisive goal in a shootout to lift the Ottawa Senators over the New Jersey Devils 3-2 on Monday night, extending the Senators’ winning streak to three games. Ottawa’s Tim Stutzle and New Jersey's Tomas Tatar also scored in the shootout.

Norris' shootout goal puts Senators over Devils

Flyers allow 7 for 2nd straight day, fall to Avs after Vigneault firing

Erik Johnson had a goal and an assist, and the Colorado Avalanche beat Philadelphia 7-5 on Monday night to hand the Flyers their ninth straight loss just hours after they fired coach Alain Vigneault.

Flyers fire head coach Vigneault, assistant Therrien; Yeo takes over on interim basis

The Philadelphia Flyers fired coach Alain Vigneault on Monday following eight straight losses, two shy of matching a team record of 10 in a row, and with the franchise far from ending a 47-year Stanley Cup drought.

Keefe has found something with Kerfoot on the wing

The versatile forward has gone from unprotected in the Seattle expansion draft to a key cog on Toronto’s second line with John Tavares and William Nylander, Travis Yost writes.

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Travis Yost

Ice Chips: Habs' Hoffman to return vs. Preds

Keep updated on all the injury news and roster updates from around the NHL with daily Ice Chips.

'I'm looking to bring energy': Clague excited for opportunity with Canadiens

With injuries mounting, the Canadiens claimed defenceman Kale Clague off waivers on Saturday. Speaking to the media for the first time, Clague discusses acclimating himself with the team, and his familiarity with coach Dominique Ducharme from their World Juniors experience.

Kings vs. Oilers

Dorion on Sens' struggles: 'We didn't anticipate this, but we're going to battle through'

Ottawa Senators GM Pierre Dorion addressed the media at the quarter-mark of the season, and spoke to the struggles of the team, which has only five wins through 21 games. Dorion suggested that "a lot of players" on the team have "underperformed," but that he believes in the core of the team.

Panthers rally again, top Blues in shootout

Sam Reinhart and Anton Lundell scored in the shootout, and the Florida Panthers continued their string of comebacks by rallying from three one-goal deficits to beat the St. Louis Blues 4-3 on Saturday.

Marner leaves practice as precaution after 'scary' collision with Muzzin

Marner leaves practice as precaution after 'scary' collision with Muzzin

Maple Leafs star winger Mitch Marner was slow to his feet following a collision with defenceman Jake Muzzin at practice on Friday. The 24-year-old Marner, who reportedly had a heated conversation with Muzzin after the collision, will travel with the team on their two-game weekend road trip starting Saturday in Minnesota, Mark Masters writes.

Marner leaves practice as precaution after 'scary' collision with Muzzin
- Mark Masters
Ducharme to remain head coach for rest of the season

Ducharme to remain head coach for rest of the season

In his introductory news conference as the new executive vice president of hockey operations Friday morning, Jeff Gorton confirmed that Dominique Ducharme will continue as head coach of the Montreal Canadiens for the remainder of the 2021-22 season.

Flames, Oilers taking different approaches to success

The Flames and Oilers sit one-two atop the Pacific and are separated by one point to lead the Western Conference and while they find themselves in nearly equal territory right now, the way the two teams have managed to reach their early season success has been vastly different. That's Hockey discusses.

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Canadiens looking for general manager to 'complement' new VP of hockey operations

While it remains to be seen how the Montreal Canadiens' two-person approach to hockey operations will ultimately work, new executive vice president of hockey operations Jeff Gorton gave an idea of what the team is looking for in its next general manager.

How significant was Gorton's attempt at speaking French during Friday's availability?

That's Hockey discusses Jeff Gorton making the attempt to speak French during Friday's availability and how that first impression will go a long way into his relationship with the Canadiens' fanbase in Montreal.

What will the dynamic be between Gorton and the future Habs' GM?

Montreal Canadiens' vice president of hockey operations Jeff Gorton addressed the media today for the first time since being hired by the club, and thoroughly addressed the GM situation in Montreal, suggesting the team will hire a new GM likely after Christmas. RDS columnist Francois Gagnon joins John Lu to discuss potential candidates, Patrick Roy's campaign for the job, and more from Gorton's presser.

Gorton says Habs will likely hire a GM after Christmas; Ducharme will finish season in Montreal

Montreal Canadiens' new vice president of hockey operations Jeff Gorton addressed the media in Montreal for the first time since being hired, and offered a few newsworthy tidbits, including the fact that he's looking to hire a GM likely after Christmas, and that head coach Dominque Ducharme will remain with the club through the end of the season.

What would Johnson do if he was Gorton?

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan are joined by TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson to discuss what he’d do if he was in Jeff Gorton’s position, Ducharme’s status and what’s next for the Habs.

Surprises, disappointments as NHL passes schedule's quarter mark

With that milestone in mind, The Canadian Press takes a look at some of the highlights — and low lights — from the first two months of the schedule, and some of the things to watch for going forward.

Ice Chips: Blue Jackets place Korpisalo on IR

Keep updated on all the injury news and roster updates from around the NHL with daily Ice Chips.

Insider Trading: Chiarot drawing interest from contenders

TSN Hockey Insiders Chris Johnston, Pierre LeBrun and Darren Dreger joined host Gino Reda to discuss the emerging trade market for defenceman Ben Chiarot, how things came together between Jack Hughes and the Devils and what the next steps might be for Pierre Dorion and the struggling Sens.

Insider Trading: Chiarot drawing interest from contenders

Nurse skates with Oilers, could return Sunday

Edmonton Oilers defenceman Darnell Nurse and forward Devin Shore took part in the team's optional skate on Thursday. Oilers head coach Dave Tippett said the two players won't be available Friday against the Seattle Kraken, but could play Sunday against the Los Angeles Kings.

Vigneault on skidding Flyers scoring woes: 'This is serious'

The Philadelphia Flyers saw their winless skid extended to seven games with Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the New York Rangers. The Flyers, who have dropped to seventh in the Metropolitan Division, have scored just 12 goals over the seven-game skid.

Was five games enough for Lemieux?

Was five games enough for Brendan Lemieux? TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson joins SC with Jay Onrait to give his thoughts, and discuss whether the NHL missed an opportunity to set a precedent.

Was five games enough for Lemieux?

Johnson: Crosby is the standard McDavid will try to live up to

Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid will meet tonight in a rare battle of two generational talents, but, as TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson explains, there will be a lot more Crosby vs. McDavid in the future.

Veteran Petry focused on what he can control

Veteran Petry focused on what he can control

Jeff Petry has spent the last eight seasons in Montreal, and says he is thankful for former GM Marc Bergevin's faith in him to trade for him, and sign him to two contracts. The veteran defenceman says that he still wants to win a Cup, and can't control what the new regime will do following their evaluations.

Red-hot Leafs maintain road-warrior mentality ahead of season's 'toughest test'

It would be easy to relax and let the foot off the gas considering the 14-2-0 run the Maple Leafs are on. Although the players haven't had a full day off since Nov. 19, Wednesday's game against the Colorado Avalanche with star Nathan MacKinnon expected to return to the lineup will be a real mental test, Mark Masters writes.

Red-hot Leafs maintain road-warrior mentality ahead of season's 'toughest test'
- Mark Masters
Red-hot Leafs maintain road-warrior mentality ahead of season's 'toughest test'

SC Backstory: The Tkachuk/Lemieux family rivalry

Brendan Lemieux biting Brady Tkachuk isn't the first time the Lemieux and Tkachuk families have had beef with one another. The SC Backstory looks back on where it all started between Claude and Keith.

Crosby excited to play with McDavid on Team Canada at Olympics, if NHLers participate

Two of the NHL's biggest stars clash in Edmonton Wednesday night when Sidney Crosby and the Penguns visit Connor McDavid and the Oilers. Of course, Crosby and McDavid will also be front and centre for Team Canada at the Olympics, as long as NHL players participate.

Hockey Hall Of Fame - Class of 2020

Iginla leads Hockey Hall of Fame's Class of 2020

The Hockey Hall of Fame's pandemic class finally got its moment in the spotlight. And while the delay was longer than anyone wanted or expected, the wait was well worth it for 2020's six inductees.

Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech - Jarome Iginla

Jarome Iginla enjoyed a phenomenal 22-season NHL career and success with Canada at the international level. He looks back on his accomplishments in the game as he delivers his induction speech into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech - Kim St-Pierre

An outstanding goaltender who has represented her country at the highest level, Kim St-Pierre is one of the elite players to collect the trifecta in women’s hockey. She delivers her induction speech as she becomes the first female goaltender to enter the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech - Marian Hossa

Although his 19-season NHL career came to a premature end, Marian Hossa was an exciting forward who became the first player to appear in three consecutive Stanley Cup Finals with three different teams. Here is his induction speech as he enters the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech - Ken Holland

After more than three decades with the Detroit Red Wings, most recently as the senior vice-president of the NHL franchise, Ken Holland joined the Edmonton Oilers in May 2019 as that team’s new general manager. He now joins the Hockey Hall of Fame in the builders category, here is his induction speech.

Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech - Doug Wilson

It is easy to overlook the fact that Doug Wilson, the second-longest serving general manager in the NHL, was one of the very best defencemen of his era. A leader on and off the ice, he was selected to play in the NHL All-Star Game on eight occasions. Here is his Hall of Fame induction speech.

Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech - Kevin Lowe

While names like Gretzky, Messier, Anderson and Fuhr stole the headlines during the Edmonton Oilers’ dynasty of the 1980s, Kevin Lowe was known as the foundation of the team. Here is his 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame induction speech.

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