Canucks ready to make another run at Stanley Cup
October 06, 2011 (04:55) [ Indexed from CBC
A short summer that seemed to last forever is finally over for the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks open their NHL season against the Pittsburgh Penguins Thursday night. It's the first step in what the Canucks hope is another long journey to the Stanley Cup final. More...
Ex-NHL great Rick Martin had degenerative brain disease
October 06, 2011 (03:15) [ Indexed from CBC
Boston University researchers have found a degenerative disease linked to head trauma in the brain tissue of the late NHL star Rick Martin, the first 50-goal scorer for the Buffalo Sabres and a member of their famed French Connection line. More...
Jets' Antropov happy to be playing in Canada
October 06, 2011 (02:20) [ Indexed from CBC
Nik Antropov and his teammates seem to have brought more than just their sticks and stakes from Atlanta to Winnipeg. They've also brought October weather straight out of the Deep South to the Canadian Prairie. More...
Rangers' Avery clears waivers, Staal placed on IR
October 06, 2011 (00:10) [ Indexed from CBC
Sean Avery's days with the New York Rangers appear over. The noted agitator cleared waivers Wednesday and was assigned to the Connecticut Whale of the AHL. The move clears his $1.93 million from the team's salary cap. More...
Wharnsby: Timmy the Greek, not quite
October 06, 2011 (00:01) [ Indexed from CBC
The beginning of the season also means some of us are asked to take our crystal ball out of the closet and make some predictions. Wharnsby shares his two cents, but before you take these guesses too seriously, remember that this time last year he had the Red Wings beating the Devils in the finals. More...
Cole relishes opportunity with Canadiens
October 05, 2011 (15:00) [ Indexed from CBC
For some, living under a giant microscope that every Montreal Canadiens player faces daily is a stress many can do without. But that anxiety never bothered Erik Cole, who signed a four-year, $18-million US contract with the team this past summer. More...
Avery's agent speaks to HNIC Radio
October 05, 2011 (06:05) [ Indexed from CBC
Player agent Pat Morris chatted with Gord Stellick on HNIC Radio on Sirius on Tuesday, discussing the New York Rangers' decision to place Sean Avery on waivers and where his client may end up playing this year. More...
LISTEN: Sean Avery's agent on HNIC Radio
October 05, 2011 (03:15) [ Indexed from CBC
Player agent Pat Morris chatted with Gord Stellick on HNIC Radio on Sirius on Tuesday, discussing the New York Rangers' decision to place Sean Avery on waivers. More...
Leafs trade for Steckel
October 05, 2011 (01:15) [ Indexed from CBC
The New Jersey Devils have traded centre David Steckel to the Toronto Maple Leafs for a fourth-round pick in next year's draft. More...
Scheifele to wear No. 55 for Jets
October 04, 2011 (21:10) [ Indexed from CBC
Mark Scheifele has decided to wear No. 55 in his rookie season. The Winnipeg Jets' seventh overall pick in the 2011 NHL Draft previously wore No. 45 during training camp. More...
Rangers to put Avery on waivers: agent
October 04, 2011 (17:35) [ Indexed from CBC
Agent Pat Morris revealed Monday that the New York Rangers intend to place agitator Sean Avery on waivers and could send him to the American Hockey League if he goes unclaimed. More...
Senators' Konopka won't back down
October 04, 2011 (16:45) [ Indexed from CBC
There aren't too many promises being made on behalf of the rebuilding Ottawa Senators, but new member Zenon Konopka has something of a guarantee for the upcoming season. More...
Bettman chats with HNIC Radio about Shanahan, Jets return
October 04, 2011 (04:10) [ Indexed from CBC
The NHL commissioner sat down to chat with Gord Stellick and Kelly Hrudey on HNIC Radio on Sirius to speak about the impact of Brendan Shanahan's new role as league disciplinarian, the return of the Jets to Winnipeg and his relationship with Donald Fehr and the NHLPA. More...
Kings have found leader in Richards
October 03, 2011 (23:40) [ Indexed from CBC
Kings fans are in for a treat when one Michael Richards hits the ice later this week. Cassie Campbell explains how Richards brings leadership, as well as a history of winning to the young team in the absence of Ryan Smyth. More...
Penguins' Crosby placed on injured reserve
October 03, 2011 (19:30) [ Indexed from CBC
The Pittsburgh placed superstar captain Sidney Crosby (concussion) on injured reserve Monday, meaning the earliest he could be activated is Oct. 13, when Pittsburgh hosts Washington. More...
Maple Leafs send down Aulie, Zigomanis
October 03, 2011 (18:50) [ Indexed from CBC
The Toronto Maple Leafs secured their final roster ahead of the regular season with five cuts Monday. The Leafs sent forward Mike Zigomanis and defenceman Keith Aulie down to the American Hockey League's Toronto Marlies. More...
Liles hopes to stick awhile with Leafs
October 03, 2011 (06:40) [ Indexed from CBC
New addition John Michael-Liles arrives in Toronto for the final season of a four-year contract, bringing a skillset the Maple Leafs lack on the blue-line. More...
Flames need to start like they finished
October 02, 2011 (23:40) [ Indexed from CBC
The Calgary Flames return nearly every player from a group that finished last season with an impressive 27-10-9 run after Christmas, but a team not known for great depth is already dealing with nagging injuries. More...
Hansen, Hodgson lead Canucks over Oilers
October 02, 2011 (07:10) [ Indexed from CBC
Jannik Hansen's goal at 5:36 of the third period was the difference Saturday as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Edmonton Oilers 4-1 in the pre-season finale for both teams. More...
Gomez, Markov key for Canadiens
October 02, 2011 (00:15) [ Indexed from CBC
In an ideal world for the Montreal Canadiens and their faithful, they would have a healthy Andrei Markov patrolling the blue-line and a vintage Scott Gomez, the one from 2005-06, when they open the regular season, writes Tim Wharnsby. More...
Swedish 3-sport star Sven Tumba dies at 80
October 01, 2011 (14:50) [ Indexed from CBC
Sven Tumba, the Swedish sports icon who was honored in 1999 as the country's best ever hockey player and later became a golf pioneer in Sweden and the former Soviet Union, has died. He was 80. More...
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