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Vegas without Stone after another back surgery
Vegas left winger Mark Stone will be out indefinitely after having back surgery, according to the team, which said he is expected to make a full recovery.[read more]

Devils assistant coach Brunette charged with DUI
New Jersey Devils associate coach and former Florida Panthers head coach Andrew Brunette was arrested Wednesday in South Florida and charged with driving under the influence while his team is on its All-Star break.[read more]

Sources: NHLPA director search focuses on Walsh
The NHLPA will meet All-Star Weekend to discuss Marty Walsh, who has emerged as a leading candidate to become executive director, sources confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

NHL unveils South Florida-flavored All-Star jerseys
The jerseys for the 2023 All-Star Game are modeled on the design used from 1994-97. Adidas decided to bring the style back after it won a fan vote on social media.[read more]

2023 NHL All-Star Weekend: Everything you need to know
From new skills competitions on the beach to rosters to the schedule of events, we have all the information on the festivities from South Florida.[read more]

The 30 key moments in Gary Bettman's 30 years in the NHL
From expansion to TV deals to outdoor games and more, here are the moments that define Bettman's three-decade tenure.[read more]

Islanders fill 'need,' snare Horvat from Canucks
The New York Islanders, struggling for offense and trying to stay close in the race for the final playoff berth in the Eastern Conference, acquired center Bo Horvat in a trade with the Vancouver Canucks on Monday, the teams announced.[read more]

Trade grades: Horvat fills a need for the Islanders -- but at a high cost
The former Canucks captain is a big upgrade down the middle for New York. We grade both GMs on the swap.[read more]

Which Canucks and Islanders benefit from the Bo Horvat trade?
How the Bo Horvat trade affects the Vancouver Canucks and New York Islanders, as well as which players benefit.[read more]

CAA signs eight in initial women's hockey push
CAA signed eight women's hockey players, promising to provide the same level of services it does for NHL clients as it looks to grow the sport.[read more]