Hockey History

Giant Killers: Playoff Davids Slaying Regular Season Goliaths

“Giant Killer” – a coach who has coached teams that defeated the President’s Trophy winner in Stanley Cup playoff competition at least twice during their NHL coaching careers. Matt Dibiase takes a look back at the greatest “Giant Killers” in NHL history, and discovers that a former Maple Leafs coach takes the top spot.

Bill Gadsby was a Survivor

Bill Gadsby was a Survivor

Bill Gadsby was one of the best defensemen of his era. He played for three teams and appeared in seven All-Star games during his 20-year NHL career. He was never on a Stanley Cup winner but was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1970.

NHL rookie rankings: Two-player race for the top spot?

Matty Beniers continues to excel for the red-hot Kraken. But can Vegas' Logan Thompson make it a race for the Calder? How do the best NHL rookies stack up? [...]

793 goals and counting: The Alex Ovechkin chase to 800 tracker

The Washington Capitals star is projected to reach the 800-goal mark this season. Follow along as he chases down this accomplishment. [...]

Marner nets 2, sets Maple Leafs record in OT loss

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mitch Marner set a franchise record and extended the league's longest active point streak to 19 games Saturday night with two goals in a 4-3 overtime… [...]

Wings' Bertuzzi out 6 weeks after hand surgery

Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi will miss six weeks after undergoing hand surgery, the team announced Friday. [...]

'Pretty awesome': TB's Stamkos hits 1K points

Tampa Bay captain Steven Stamkos became the 95th player in NHL history to reach 1,000 points and the second member of the Lightning. [...]

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