Malkin scores twice, Penguins beat Maple Leafs 3-0

Hockey 10/18/18, 22:09

Matt Murray made 38 saves for his first shutout of the season and the Pittsburgh Penguins snapped the Toronto Maple Leafs' winning streak at five games with a stifling 3-0 victory Thursday night.Evgeni Malkin had two goals and an assist, scoring early and adding an empty-net goal. Kris Letang also ...

Byron, Drouin lead Canadiens past Penguins in shootout

Hockey 10/13/18, 22:55

Paul Byron and Jonathan Drouin scored in the shootout as the Montreal Canadiens beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 on Saturday night.Tomas Tatar had two goals and an assist, and Brendan Gallagher had a goal and an assist for the Canadiens. Antti Niemi stopped 25 shots through overtime in his first ...

Coyotes’ Keller hoping to build on stellar rookie season

Hockey 10/05/18, 18:39

Clayton Keller had a superb start and finish to his rookie season with the Arizona Coyotes, becoming a finalist for the Calder Trophy. In between, he went through a long scoring drought.Keller's goal for his sophomore season: More consistency.Already one of the NHL's top young players, Keller is hoping to ...

NHL players to watch: Rebuilding teams leaning on youth

Hockey 09/28/18, 04:00

Jason Botterill has experienced both sides of the spectrum in confronting the challenges of building a competitive NHL team versus trying to sustain one.In Buffalo, the Sabres' second-year general manager is attempting to rebuild from scratch a team in the midst of a franchise-worst, seven-year playoff drought. In his previous ...

Bruins, Lightning among top challengers to Capitals in East

Sports 09/26/18, 15:00

It seems like no one in the Eastern Conference wants to be considered the team to beat.Taylor Hall relishes that his Devils were counted out last year before making the playoffs. Alex Ovechkin would love for all the Capitals' doubters to chime in again."Last year, nobody believe in us and ...

Star-laden Penguins hope longer summer equals faster start

Hockey 09/25/18, 11:55

Sidney Crosby can admit it now: The Pittsburgh Penguins were tired last season, a natural byproduct of becoming the first franchise in two decades to win consecutive Stanley Cups.And though the Penguins came as close as any team in the last 35 years to capture three straight titles — they ...

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