NHL

Caps notch regulation win over Rangers

The Capitals, playing in the final tilt of a three-game homestand, gave themselves a six-point cushion over the New York Rangers with a 3-2 win against the Blueshirts Friday night. In the 200th regular season m...

Five Things Coyotes Are Thankful For

Many of the professional sports leagues enjoy this time off to spend time with their families, share what they got under the Christmas tree, and most importantly reflect on their play during the current or prev...

Devils Fall To Ducks In One-Shot Overtime

NEWARK, N.J. – One shot. Montvale, N.J. native Nick Palmieri brought the puck into New Jersey’s zone, ran wide around defenseman Eric Gelnias and skated behind the net for a wraparound attempt. He took on...

Rangers’ Woes Continue, Drop Second Straight

December 11, 2013 While reporters bustled about the New York Rangers’ locker room getting quotes for their stories with leaders of the team, Henrik Lundquist sat in front of his locker patiently waiting for hi...

Offensive Woes Continue in Loss To Detroit

NEWARK, N.J. – With less than a minute left in the second period, Joakim Anderson threw a shot wide. Drew Miller chased the puck and threw it at net, where it bounced off Cory Schneider. Anderson found the r...

Devils Waiting For Puck Luck

NEWARK, N.J. – With 2:23 remaining in the game and the Devils down 4-2, Adam Henrique backhanded a shot at the net. He tried lifting the puck over a falling Cam Ward, but Ward flashed his glove to make the save...

Back To Reality for Coyotes

With the way the Phoenix Coyotes were winning, many fans began to wonder if this team was becoming special. Many of their wins were earned coming from behind, mixed in with an offense that found ways to help ou...

Execution Woes Continue in Caps’ Loss to Habs

The Capitals entered Friday night’s game against the Canadiens knowing that the sloppy passing and neutral and defensive zone turnovers that marked their loss against Pittsburgh could not continue. They also ac...

Retro Rangers: Bumped by Stones, Beaten at Buzzer

Road trips are an accepted aspect of a hockey player’s life, part of the schedule that takes teams from coast to coast a number of times during the long NHL season. Most road trips are uneventful, you win, you ...

Kinkaid Uses Time in New Jersey to Learn

Keith Kinkaid sat at the far right of the bench in Tuesday night’s win, his head turning as the action on the ice passed him. “It’s just exciting, especially since we’re winning,” Kinkaid said laughing. “It’...