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Panthers in Edmonton after storm-delayed flight
Heavy storms forced the Panthers' charter jet to arrive three hours later than scheduled, at about 8 p.m. in Edmonton, less than 24 hours before they face the Oilers on Thursday.[read more]

Caps announce agreement to buy CapFriendly site
The Washington Capitals reached a deal to buy CapFriendly, a popular site that has long been a source of NHL salary information and will soon no longer be available to other teams or fans.[read more]

Oilers, down 2-0, seek to jump-start power play
Connor McDavid is confident the Oilers can break through vs. the Panthers in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Thursday. "We usually solve penalty kills," he said.[read more]

Panthers' Barkov practices, will go to Edmonton
Florida Panthers forward Aleksander Barkov was a full participant at practice Wednesday and will travel with the team to Edmonton.[read more]

Oilers' Draisaitl not suspended for hit on Barkov
Edmonton Oilers star Leon Draisaitl avoided suspension for his illegal hit that took Florida Panthers captain Aleksander Barkov out of Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.[read more]

The 2024 Cup Final journey: How Panthers, Oilers can manage a 2,541-mile trip between cities
How will the Panthers and Oilers deal with the record-setting travel distance during the Cup Final? Here's what a behavioral sleep expert had to say.[read more]

Penguins hire David Quinn as assistant coach
The Pittsburgh Penguins hired former San Jose Sharks and New York Rangers head coach David Quinn as an assistant coach on Wednesday.[read more]

GMs, agents predict the NHL offseason: Stamkos' decision, goalie carousel, Utah's big swing(s)
As the Panthers and Oilers battle for the Cup, all 32 of the league's GMs are preparing for the draft, trades and free agency. Here's the latest buzz.[read more]

Toronto forward Spooner wins PWHL's MVP award
Toronto's Natalie Spooner was named the Professional Women's Hockey League's Most Valuable Player and Forward of the Year on Tuesday.[read more]

Why a make-or-break season for the Maple Leafs begins now
After another playoff bust, Toronto has already replaced its coaching staff, with big player moves potentially on the way. Here's what happens next.[read more]