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Evgeny Kuznetsov is the NHL Player of the Month

Evgeny Kuznetsov has been named the NHL's Player of the Month, followed by Bruins forward Brad Marchand and Sharks defenseman Brent Burns. The 'three stars' of January all played extremely well. 1st star, Evgeny Kuznetsov Kuznetsov put up 7 goals and 13 assists, for 20 points in 15 games to power the top-dog Capitals

Barclays Center thinks they are better off without Islanders

After two years and countless complaints, Brooklyn's Barclays Center thinks it's no longer worth it to host the New York Islanders. The arena, which is already home to the NBA’s Nets and one of the world’s top-grossing concert venues, would make more money without the National Hockey League team, according to

Gretzky, Team Metropolitan win NHL All-Star Game

Cam Atkinson and Wayne Simmonds scored five seconds apart in the second half to lift the Metropolitan Division to a 4-3 victory against the Pacific Division in the championship game of the 2017 Honda NHL All-Star Game at Staples Center on Sunday.

Wayne Gretzky to replace Tortorella as Metropolitan coach at All-Star Weekend

'The Great One,' Wayne Gretzky will replace John Tortorella as the head coach of the Metropolitan division at All-Star Weekend. Tortorella could not make it this weekend, due to family reasons. https://twitter.com/theScoreNHL/status/825439341019226112 Gretzky coached four seasons in the NHL, amassing a 143-161-24 record. Before his coaching stint with the Phoenix Coyotes, he played

Rosters announced for All-Star Celebrity Shootout

The Rosters have been announced for the All-Star Celebrity Shootout. Pop superstar Justin Bieber and Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane have been added to the rosters for the 2017 NHL All-Star Celebrity Shootout, a friendly hockey game featuring 21 members of the 100 Greatest NHL Players list and celebrities from the worlds

Why the NHL All-Star Weekend should change

The NHL All-Star weekend is a topic that gets debated on a regular basis. Do you see a point in having it? Rosters + Format The rosters are made up of all four divisions, voted by fans on a pre-determined list of players. As if last year's John Scott wasn't enough to make

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