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  • 2 hours ago

    The Cannon: Quickcap: Jackets lose late to Canucks


    The Blue Jackets struck early with a Seth Jones goal, then the game went 50 minutes before there was another goal. Then we saw 4 in the final 10 minutes.

    How do we feel about this? Should we be heartened by a much better effort than Saturday, or discouraged by another loss (third in the last 4)?

    Was it another late collapse, or were the Jackets victims of fluky goals?

    Share your thoughts in the comments. Full recap to come in the morning.

  • 2 hours ago

    Second City Hockey: Slumping Blackhawks visit Jets


    The last-place Blackhawks visit Winnipeg on Tuesday looking to snap their seven-game losing streak when they face off against the Jets.

    Chicago enters the Central Division matchup after a 3-2 home loss to the Canadiens on Sunday, which saw their power play go 1-for-8. It was not only the Blackhawks' seventh straight loss but their 18th defeat in their last 21 games.

    The Blackhawks allowed the first goal in the game for the 10th consecutive time and have now been outscored 24-6 in the first period during that span. Patrick Kane did score in the final minute of the frame to make it 2-1 at the first intermission and added another in the second period to tie it, but Montreal forward Tomas Tatar deflected a shot into the net in the third for the game-winner.

  • 2 hours ago

    Canes Country: Recap: Hurricanes drop snoozer to the Leafs 4-1


    RALEIGH -- There was a buzz coming into Tuesday's game as Micheal Ferland was slated to draw back into the Carolina Hurricanes' lineup after missing four games with a concussion. His return lasted no longer than a few shifts as he exited the game midway through the first period. And he was sorely missed as the Hurricanes fought to keep it close to in the first two periods but were ultimately no match for the Toronto Maple Leafs' exceptional speed and skill in an ugly 4-1 loss.

    The Canes registered just three shots on goal through the first ten minutes of the game.

  • 4 hours ago

    The Cannon: Game #30 GameThread: Vancouver Canucks at Columbus Blue Jackets


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  • 4 hours ago

    Canes Country: Carolina Hurricanes vs. Toronto Maple Leafs: Lineups and Game Discussion


    The Canes finally secured a win Friday after a slog of a losing streak, and the task of securing two points won't be any easier tonight as they face the Toronto Maple Leafs at PNC Arena.

    Carolina Hurricanes (13-11-4) at Toronto Maple Leafs (20-9-1)

    PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
    TV: Fox Sports Carolinas
    Radio: 99.9 The Fan

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    The Hurricanes won the first matchup of the season against Toronto, 5-2, but it's a different story in tonight's game. In case you've been asleep for the past three days, a lot of news has happened on the Canes' front that will affect who plays -- and the same is true for the Maple Leafs as well.

  • 4 hours ago

    Die By The Blade: Game Thread: Kings at Sabres, Game 31


    Season series: 1-0 Sabres

    Puck Drop: 7:00 PM | Keybank Center | Buffalo, NY

    TV: MSG-B

    Radio: WGR 550

    SB Nation Kings blog: Jewels From The Crown

  • 8 hours ago

    Fansided: Colorado Avalanche Looking for Home Cooking against Edmonton

    The Colorado Avalanche are playing the first game in Pepsi Center this month. They haven't played on home ice since the November 30 overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues. Needless to say, the Colorado crowd is more than ready to banish that memory.

    Well, finally the Avalanche are going to have seven games at home. They're not all in a row, and there are a couple back-to-backs that the NHL just loves to pile onto Colorado's plate. However, it will be good to see some home cooking.

    This is the second meeting between Colorado and Edmonton this season.

  • Yesterday at 12:35am

    Raw Charge: Stamkos hits 700 points, Lightning win seventh in a row with 6-3 victory over Rangers


    Shots - 36

    Hits - 25

    Faceoffs - 52.5% (31-28)

    Power-play - 2-for-6

    Penalty Kill - 2-for-2

    Blocked Shots - 11

    Giveaways - 7

    Takeaways - 4

    5v5 Corsi For% - 56.32 %

    Shots - 26

    Hits - 29

    Faceoffs - 47.5% (28-31)

    Power-play - 0-for-2

    Penalty Kill - 4-for-6

    Blocked Shots - 11

    Giveaways - 4

    Takeaways - 4

    A rare Monday night tilt pitted the visiting New York Rangers against the Tampa Bay Lightning. For a period it looked as though the Rangers might play spoiler to the Lightning's winning streak, but those thoughts quickly dissipated after Tampa Bay took the lead in the second period and cruised past New York en route to a 6-3 victory.

  • December 10 at 12:08pm

    Raw Charge: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. New York Rangers preview: Familiar faces


    Rangers at Lightning: Game 32

    Time: 7:30 pm Eastern Time

    Location: Amalie Arena

    Broadcast/Streaming: SunS, MSG+


    The New York Rangers visit Tampa to face the Lightning tonight, and it will be a bit like a family reunion. Both teams feature multiple players who were once prominent members of the other organization.

    The first big trade involving current roster players occurred at the 2014 trade deadline when the Lightning traded Marty St. Louis to the Rangers in exchange for Ryan Callahan and multiple draft picks.

  • December 10 at 12:04pm

    Fear the Fin: Devils at Sharks Preview: Desperate meets desperate


    The San Jose Sharks (15-11-5) finish off their season series with the New Jersey Devils (10-12-6) tonight at SAP Center. It's a tale of two desperate teams looking for some answers.

    For the Sharks, they can't seem to find an identity. A few good periods of hockey followed by a few bad ones have left the Sharks in 3rd place in the Pacific Division, just six points ahead of the Vancouver Canucks who sit in 6th place this morning. The Sharks split both games on their latest road trip, bringing home two of a possible four points.