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Lightning, Magic donate to Hurricane Ian relief
The Tampa Bay Lightning and team owner Jeff Vinik are donating $2 million toward Hurricane Ian relief efforts while the Orlando Magic are donating $1 million.[read more]

Players who score without goals: Peripheral category all stars
If every goal in the NHL were to be reversed, who would the best fantasy hockey players be, based solely on points earned from their other stats?[read more]

How NHL players would change the Stanley Cup playoffs
A move back to 1-8 conference seeding? Best-of-3 in early rounds? We checked in with more than a dozen stars for their opinions.[read more]

Toronto out and Detroit in? Teams most likely to rise and fall in the playoff race
We identify the most vulnerable candidates in each division -- plus the non-playoff teams from last season that are ready to take their place.[read more]

Maple Leafs sign Sandin to 2-year, $2.8M deal
Rasmus Sandin signed a two-year, $2.8 million contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the club announced on Thursday.[read more]

Arda Öcal's best, funniest 2022-23 fantasy hockey team names
You've got a lot do for your fantasy hockey teams, so Arda Öcal is here to help with his funny and cool fantasy hockey team names for 2022-23.[read more]

Sharks', Preds' Russian players a go for Prague
Russian players will be allowed to play in Prague when the Sharks and Predators meet.[read more]

Leafs captain Tavares to miss beginning of season
John Tavares will be out at least three weeks with an oblique injury, Toronto coach Sheldon Keefe said Tuesday.[read more]

NHL Future Power Rankings: Predicting best, worst teams for the next three seasons
Are the Avs and Lightning set up for long-term success? Which teams could shoot up the standings soon? How do teams with young stars fit in?[read more]

Flyers' Couturier dodges surgery as season nears
Despite not participating in any preseason games yet, Philadelphia veteran forward Sean Couturier will not need surgery on an upper-body injury, the Flyers said Wednesday, though he remains week-to-week.[read more]