James Neal scored the decisive goal and Maxime Lagace registered 17 saves as the Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Anaheim Ducks 4-2 on Wednesday.
The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) has cut Russian forward Danis Zaripov’s doping ban to six months from two years after new evidence came to light.
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Give Round One to the new kids on the block.
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The Winnipeg Jets placed defenceman Toby Enstrom on injured reserve Sunday, and the team announced he will miss up to eight weeks with a lower-body injury.
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The Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks will play in the 2019 Winter Classic on Jan. 1 at Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana, the National Hockey League announced on Saturday.
Call them dirty goals, greasy goals, even garbage goals, they are the types of tallies that haven’t been a part of the Detroit Red Wings’ game plan in recent years.
The Columbus Blue Jackets signed right winger Cam Atkinson to a seven-year, $41.125 million contract extension that will run through the 2024-25 season.
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Buffalo Sabres defenseman Marco Scandella was fined $5,000 by the NHL for slashing Pittsburgh Penguins forward Patric Hornqvist during Tuesday’s game.
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The Los Angeles Kings acquired forward Jussi Jokinen from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for forward Michael Cammalleri on Tuesday.
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Russian forward Vadim Shipachyov has signed a one-year contract with SKA St Petersburg of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) after severing ties with North America’s NHL, the club said on Saturday.
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The Golden Knights probably deserved a better fate.
Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin is forming a public movement in support of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is all but certain to seek a new term in office next year.
The Vegas Golden Knights are down to their fourth-string goalie after a string of injuries.
The Golden Knights lost another game Tuesday. But at least they didn’t lose another goaltender.
The Golden Knights, darlings of the NHL through their first nine games, got a harsh dose of reality Monday in Brooklyn as the New York Islanders scored five unanswered goals over the final two periods and ended the Knights’ five-game winning streak with a 6-3 win at Barclays Center.
The Golden Knights have been analyzed, picked apart and examined from nearly every angle this week in an effort to figure out their historic start.
The Golden Knights reportedly are set to cut ties with Russian center Vadim Shipachyov.
Canada thrashed the United States 5-1 on Wednesday in a grudge match between the two teams most likely to compete for the women’s ice hockey gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
The question was asked in various ways, but Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant had the same answer no matter how it was presented.
The starter has been out for more than a week with a concussion.
Cody Eakin admits it. He bends the rules on faceoffs all the time.
David Perron still has a ways to go before he catches James Neal. But the Golden Knights’ right wing might be on his way.
The Golden Knights will be without their best player for at least a week as goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury was put on the injured reserve list with a concussion.
The Vegas Golden Knights unveiled their mascot, Chance the Gila monster, before the team’s game against the Detroit Red Wings at T-Mobile Arena on Friday night.
Ten years from now, Luca Sbisa will probably receive a phone call from a journalist asking him what still resonates about the night of Oct. 10, 2017.
Often seen as a destination for veterans or those struggling for ice-time in North America’s National Hockey League (NHL), the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) has suddenly become a haven for Russians with Olympic aspirations.
Tuesday night was a celebration of Las Vegas’s new NHL team, of course.
Nick Robone, the 28-year-old assistant UNLV hockey coach who was hit in the chest by a bullet shot by Stephen Paddock, knows that when the Route 91 Harvest festival was turned into a shooting gallery, he was lucky.
It’s an extremely small sample size — just two games. But the Golden Knights appear to have forged their identity on the ice.
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 34 shots as the New York Rangers earned their first win of the season, defeating the Montreal Canadiens 2-0 at Madison Square Garden on Sunday night.
Washington forward Nathan Walker became the first Australian to play in the NHL on Saturday and marked the occasion by scoring a goal as the Capitals beat the Montreal Canadians 6-1.
Tampa Bay forward J.T. Brown raised a closed right fist during the national anthem on Saturday, joining the growing list of professional athletes protesting what they see as a pattern of racism in the treatment of African-Americans by U.S. police.
They were Vegas Tough, all right.
Golden Knights owner Bill Foley’s charity organization has partnered with the team’s American Hockey League affiliate to donate an additional $200,000 to support the victims and first responders in Sunday’s shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Who’s playing with whom? That’s the biggest question facing the Golden Knights.
Calvin Pickard was eating dinner on the Strip with teammates when Sunday’s mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival occurred.
A new NHL season opens this week with the Pittsburgh Penguins taking aim at a rare three-peat as Stanley Cup champions, a high-stakes gamble in Las Vegas and lofty expectations for the game’s young talent.
UNLV assistant hockey coach Nick Robone was shot in the chest during Sunday night’s massacre across from Mandalay Bay but is expected to recover.
The dress rehearsals are over. The next time the Golden Knights step onto the ice, which will be Friday in Dallas against the Stars, the competition is for real.
Golden Knights fans who don’t want to deal with traffic jams to T-Mobile Arena can opt for a low-cost, nonstop ride aboard a bus service that launches service on Thursday, when the National Hockey League team plays a preseason game against the Colorado Avalanche.
For the Golden Knights, home isn’t where the wins are.