Both the NHL and New York Rangers saved their best for last as Artemi Panarin capped off the 2024 Navy Federal Credit Union Stadium Series festivities 10 seconds into overtime to beat their rivals New York Islanders 6-5 in front of 79,690 at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
Somewhere, Dorothea O’Donoghue must be smiling. The paint is still wet, but the Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) picture looks promising, especially when one takes a long view. This weekend’s action came six weeks after the circuit started its 24-game schedule, six months after the league was founded, and a little more than a century after organized women’s hockey first took the ice in Boston.
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov scored two goals with an assist while center Steven Stamkos tied the game at 3-3 at 4:00 in the third period to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 6-3 win over the Colorado Avalanche at Amalie Arena Thursday evening.
Welcome, new guy. Do you need to know how to get from parking spot to coach’s office? No? Wait. Haven’t I met you somewhere before? Hey—you were with the Kings, right? As a player back in the 1990s? Played 40 games and scored six goals on the way to a 63-game, eight-goal career?
With two weeks and change until the March 8 deadline, here's what is being discussed in front offices around the league. [...]
The NHL Positional Rankings series for 2024 continues, with some eye-opening results from our ballots cast by those inside the game. [...]
Washington center Nic Dowd, a veteran faceoff specialist and penalty killer who has been a prominent name ahead of the March 8 NHL trade deadline, left the Capitals' 6-2 win [...]
Veteran defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler, 26, who injured his left foot blocking a shot against the Vancouver Canucks back on Jan. 6, returned to the New Jersey Devils' lineup on Tuesday, [...]
During the 2023-24 season, I've tracked how the former UND players that left last year's team. In the offseason, UND lost six players from the 2022-23 team to the NCAA Hockey Transfer Portal. Most of the players that have moved on have impacted their new teams. One...
Grand Forks, ND -- The University of North Dakota hockey team renewed its bitter rivalry with the Denver Pioneers on Friday night. Entering this critical conference series was a lot of buildup. First place was on the line and solidification of the all-important...
Steve Wiedler, who has presided over the Vermont Catamounts as an interim head coach this season, has agreed to a four-year contract with the school to remain as permanent head [...]
Whatever you call it, mundane mediocrity or pulsating parity, the CCHA’s four-team sprint to the regular-season finish line has become reminiscent of some of baseball's most historical pennant races [...]
HOCKEY VIDEO GAMES
NHL 22 was the first hockey game developed for next-gen consoles, and while it was very solid in every regard, expectations were that NHL 23 would build upon that foundation to deliver a truly game-changing experience. Did EA Sports deliver?
EA Sports’ annual hockey video game – NHL 23 – will be released on October 14th, and as always, Inside Hockey will be here to cover it. The cover athletes for NHL 23 are Trevor Zegras (Anaheim Ducks) and Sarah Nurse (Team Canada). Nurse is the first woman to appear on the cover of the EA NHL hockey video game.
Tim Stützle scored twice for the Ottawa Senators, who rallied with four straight goals to defeat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-3 at Wells Fargo Center on Sunday. Bob Fina photographed the game for Inside Hockey.
Logan O’Connor had his first NHL hat trick for the Colorado Avalanche and Alexander Georgiev made 36 saves in a 7-4 win to end the Philadelphia Flyers’ five-game winning streak at Wells Fargo Center on Saturday. Bob Fina photographed the game for Inside Hockey.
The legendary Maurice Richard was one of the greatest players in NHL history, but the man who would later be called “The Rocket” got off to a sputtering start during his rookie season in Montreal and was almost traded to the Rangers.
Don Simmons was a very good goaltender who just happened to be playing in the wrong era. Like many netminders in the years before expansion, Simmons had the great misfortune of trying to break into the NHL during what many consider to be the Golden Age of Goaltending.