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RED DEER, Alta. - Colton Bobyk scored twice in the opening 3:13 of the first period and added an assist as the Red Deer Rebels downed the Edmonton Oil Kings 7-2 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.
Austin Pratt also had a pair of goal...
SUNRISE, Fla. — Luke Glendening markierte nach 8:39 Minuten im dritten Drittel das Siegtor und die Detroit Red Wings gewannen am Samstag im BB&T Center nach einem 2-Tore Rückstand mit 5-3.
Pavel Datsyuk schoss zwei Tore, Dylan Larkin erzielte e...
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Tanner Pearson and Alec Martinez scored and Jonathan Quick made 27 saves, leading the Los Angeles Kings to a 2-1 victory over the Boston Bruins on Saturday night.
Los Angeles' 11th victory in 14 games, coupled with the A...
GLENDALE, Ariz. - Ben Bishop stopped 31 shots for his fifth shutout of the season, Ondrej Palat scored in the first period and the Tampa Bay Lightning used a superior penalty kill to hold off the Arizona Coyotes 2-0 on Saturday night.
VANCOUVER - Brian Elliott made 19 saves in his return from injury and the St. Louis Blues handed the Vancouver Canucks their second straight shut-out loss, 3-0 on Saturday at Rogers Arena.
Troy Brouwer, Vladimir Tarasenko and Jaden Schwartz s...
The Toronto Maple Leafs' offense erupted for four goals Saturday against the Buffalo Sabres, but head coach Mike Babcock was critical of the team's post-whistle shenanigans.
The Maple Leafs potted four regulation goals for just the second time in their last 17 games, but Babcock was clearly more focused on the team's rough stuff after the whistle.
"Well, I think we're obviously going to look after that in the offseason, I can promise you that," he said, according to TSN's Mark Masters. "There'll be none of that fooling around going on. But, we're a group, obviously we don't have a lot of that now, but we'll get that fixed."
Babcock was also cautious in giving out too much credit to his young roster despite the team collecting its third win in four games, and appeared to take a jab at the opposition.
"One of the things you have to be real careful of this time of the year is when you're a non-playoff team is over-evaluating what you have because the team is playing against you some nights isn't prepared to play," he said, according to Jonas Siegel of The Canadian Press.
Babcock said there would be pain this season, and it appears wins won't deter that.
Patrick Eaves scored a highlight-reel goal against the New York Islanders on Saturday night, pulling off an impressive steal of the puck in his own zone, skating undeterred into the other end, and converting his own rebound on a breakaway.
Eaves, Ales Hemsky, and Cody Eakin provided all of the game's offense as the Stars defeated the Islanders 3-0.
DALLAS - Kari Lehtonen made 27 saves in Dallas' first shutout since December, and the Stars beat the New York Islanders 3-0 on Saturday night to maintain their hold on sole possession of first place in the Western Conference.
Lehtonen earned ...