Month: February 2021

Today’s voyage through National Hockey League history will be a long one as it begins in the first season played and finishes in 2020. In the over 100 years of memories made on this date, we saw hat tricks, plenty of assists, goaltending milestones and a whole slew of big moments. Let’s get our journey
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7:00 AM ET STATELINE, Nev. — Brianna and Austyn Rowland smiled for their wedding photographer moments after tying the knot at a Lake Tahoe resort on Sunday. Snow-capped mountains filled the horizon. The sun glistened on the water. And Gritty, the Philadelphia Flyers‘ ubiquitous orange mascot, gleefully held the bride’s veil. The couple had imagined
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WASHINGTON – Henrik Lundqvist said Thursday he’s months away from making a decision about his hockey-playing future after returning to the ice less than two months since undergoing open-heart surgery. The 38-year-old goaltender posted videos to social media earlier this week of himself in goaltending gear taking shots in net. That generated plenty of buzz
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Calgary Flames (9-9-2, fifth in the North Division) vs. Ottawa Senators (6-14-1, seventh in the North Division) Ottawa, Ontario; Thursday, 7 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Ottawa hosts the Calgary Flames after the Senators took down Montreal 5-4 in a shootout. The Senators are 6-14-1 against division opponents. Ottawa ranks 28th in the league with 32.6
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After two consecutive first-round exits for the Washington Capitals, personnel changes were to be expected. The team now has their third head coach in four seasons, a starting goaltender not wearing the number 70 for the first time in nearly a decade, and four new skaters with six combined Stanley Cups. Caps fans have watched
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