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Rangers condemn racial slurs in hijacked chat
The Rangers are investigating how prospect K'Andre Miller's video chat with fans became flooded with racial slurs directed toward the African American player.[read more]

Sharks GM: Boughner has edge for full-time job
Interim head coach Bob Boughner has "the upper hand" to take over as the full-time coach, Sharks GM Doug Wilson said Thursday.[read more]

Senators announce cuts; Ducks paying staff
The Senators are making temporary layoffs and salary reductions because of COVID-19. Meanwhile, the Ducks owners say they will pay their part-time employees through June 30.[read more]

Vegas coach Peter DeBoer on the NHL's coronavirus pause, and coaching a team that hated him
As Sharks coach, DeBoer was public enemy No. 2 for Vegas fans. How about now? Plus, his thoughts on what comes next for the NHL.[read more]

Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas predicts WrestleMania 36
The hockey exec isn't shy about his WWE fandom. Here are his picks for every match on the card this weekend.[read more]

Wysh List: Is Connor McDavid an incomplete player?
The electrifying superstar was not among the finalists for "most complete player" in this year's NHLPA poll. Is that accurate?[read more]

Sabres star Eichel donates 5,000 medical masks
Sabres captain Jack Eichel has purchased 5,000 personal protective equipment masks from Bauer Hockey to be distributed to local hospitals dealing with shortages as a result of the coronavirus.[read more]

Four more members of Senators org test positive
The Senators said four more members of the organization tested positive for coronavirus but have recovered.[read more]

Ranger, the NHL's first service-puppy trainee, has found a new home -- and new purpose
After working with the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, where he bonded with players including Chris Kreider, Ranger the yellow Lab is helping a teen with autism.[read more]

Sharks president defends hosting March games
Jonathan Becher said the San Jose Sharks made the best decision with the information available in early March when the team elected to play three home games despite a recommendation by the county against large gatherings.[read more]