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In The Habs' Room: Andrighetto's simple shootout strategy is a winner

Sven Andrighetto said he didn’t feel nervous when coach Michel Therrien tapped him on the shoulder and sent him out for the shootout against the Carolina Hurricanes. 741 more words


Capitals' Offensive Defensemen Lead to Win Over Flyers


The Philadelphia Flyers returned to the Verizon Center for a lunchtime matchup with the Washington Capitals. These teams last met when the Flyers beat the Capitals in overtime in the first game back after Winter Storm Jonas dumped 2-plus feet of snow on the DC area. 624 more words

Washington Capitals

Jack Todd: Bergevin's stand-pat approach to Habs' protracted slump pays off

With their fortunes sagging lower than a hip-hopper’s pants, the Canadiens at last made some moves last week.

They brought forward Tim Bozon and defenceman Dalton Thrower up to the St. 890 more words


Premeditated or concussed? The curious case of Dennis Wideman

When Calgary defenseman Dennis Wideman laid a nasty cross-check on linesman Don Henderson in a Jan. 27 game, the immediate reaction across hockey circles was shock and outrage. 527 more words

Cold As Ice

Boston Bruins prospect Malcolm Subban suffers fractured larynx in warmup incident

Boston Bruins goaltender Malcolm Subban as a fractured larynx after being struck in the throat with a puck during pregame warmups in an AHL game on Saturday night. 168 more words


Bruins prospect Subban in stable condition after fracturing larynx

Boston Bruins goaltending prospect Malcolm Subban is in stable condition after fracturing his larynx during an American Hockey League game on Saturday.

The Bruins said in a statement on their website Sunday that Subban was transported to Maine Medical Center and stayed there overnight after being struck in the throat with a puck during warmups before Providence’s game against the Portland Pirates. 120 more words