The NHL is hoping to put an end to controversial goal calls.
The NHL is currently working on puck-tracking technology in an attempt to aid the video review process, according to TSN's Darren Dreger.
Dreger added that exact details of the technology are unknown, noting the idea of a chip in pucks, but that the league is working on the issue. Sources have also told Dreger that there has been some on-ice testing, but that the technology is not believed to be game-ready.
NEW YORK, N.Y. - The NHL has fined Anaheim defenceman Josh Manson $2,487 for making an inappropriate gesture at Toronto forward Nazem Kadri.
Manson was fined Friday, a day after the Ducks' 6-5 overtime loss to the Maple Leafs.
The fine was...
“The Carolina Hurricanes and PNC Arena are devoted to providing a welcoming and respectful environment for all fans. We stand against all forms of discrimination," the club said in a statement Friday.
North Carolina governor Pat McCrory signed the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act on Wednesday. The bill prevents cities in the state from allowing transgender individuals to use public bathrooms for the biological sex with which they identify.
In a statement Thursday, the NBA said it is "deeply concerned that this discriminatory law runs counter to our guiding principles of equality and mutual respect," adding the league does "not yet know what impact it will have" on the 2017 NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte.
The injury is the latest in a long string of injuries that has plagued Maatta over the last two seasons. He has already missed six games this season, while only appearing in 20 games during the 2014-15 campaign.
Maatta has six goals and 19 points in 67 games this season.
TORONTO - Josh Manson's throat-slashing gesture on Toronto's Nazem Kadri has proved costly.
The Anaheim Ducks defenceman was fined US$2,486.56 on Friday — the maximum allowable under the NHL's Collective Bargaining Agreement — for his gesture...
The 30-year-old passed his baseline test - a test designed to test post-concussion symptoms - meaning there's a chance he could return from a concussion that has kept him out of the lineup since Oct. 14, according to TSN's Steve Lloyd.
However, despite the good news, it remains uncertain if MacArthur will play again this season or be shutdown with just seven games remaining and the team nine points out of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
According to Lloyd, MacArthur will meet with Senators general manager Bryan Murray where the two will discuss whether or not it would be best for MacArthur to play this season.
MacArthur failed the baseline test back on Feb. 29.