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Marchand exits hurt as hit leaves Bruins irked
Brad Marchand left the Bruins' dramatic win Thursday night with an injury on a hit that coach Bruce Cassidy later called "cheap." Both he and Anton Blidh will be reevaluated Friday.[read more]

Checking the heat of NHL hot takes on Crosby, loser points, 'free throws,' Phil Kessel
We asked our fans for their hottest of hockey takes, and they didn't disappoint. Let's ponder how legitimate their cases are.[read more]

Inside Nazem Kadri's career year -- at age 31
The veteran has produced wherever the Avs have needed him this season, in part due to a new mindset in 2021-22.[read more]

'We're a contender': Reaves nets 2, lifts Rangers
Fourth-line forward Ryan Reaves, a 34-year-old veteran brought to New York for toughness and size, scored the first two goals of his Rangers' career Wednesday night during a rousing 6-3 victory over the Maple Leafs.[read more]

Capitals' Orlov suspended two games for kneeing
The NHL department of player safety announced on Wednesday a two-game suspension of Washington Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov for a kneeing infraction on Winnipeg Jets forward Nikolaj Ehlers.[read more]

NHL plans to end regular season on time in April
The NHL on Wednesday revealed new dates for 98 games postponed for coronavirus-related reasons, keeping the end of the regular season on schedule for April 29 with the playoffs up after that.[read more]

NHL Power Rankings: Trendspotting every team from the past month
What is the key takeaway from each team's play since mid-December? We break it all down here and issue the latest 1-32 rankings.[read more]

Breakout USA hockey star Abby Roque hopes to inspire other Indigenous players
As the first player of indigenous background for Team USA, the former University of Wisconsin standout is set to take on a major role in Beijing.[read more]

Rask pulled after allowing 5 goals in Bruins' loss
Boston coach Bruce Cassidy, after Carolina was "clearly better than us in every area," had to pull veteran goaltender Tuukka Rask in the Bruins' 7-1 loss to the Hurricanes on Tuesday night at TD Garden.[read more]

O'Ree 'overwhelmed' as Bruins retire his jersey
Willie O'Ree, the first Black player to appear in an NHL game, finally had his No. 22 retired by the Bruins on Tuesday night, before Boston lost to the Carolina Hurricanes 7-1 at TD Garden.[read more]