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Robin Lehner took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to clarify some comments he made earlier in the day at a Vegas Golden Knights media availability. The 29-year-old goaltender spoke at length about the restrictions the NHL has placed on its players, even after they have been vaccinated, saying that it felt like a

Lehner clarifies COVID-19 remarks on Twitter

Boston Bruins' Taylor Hall vies for the puck against New York Islanders' Brock Nelson (29) during the first period of an NHL hockey game Friday, April 16, 2021, in Boston. (Winslow Townson/AP)

With Hall thriving, Bruins heating up at right time

Greatest player in the League. By far.

We’re witnessing the best season of McDavid’s career

Mark Fera, who lives in the GTA, owns a massive Toronto Maple Leafs collection of memorabilia and artefacts. The most unique piece of the entire collection is dedicated to legendary Leaf Bill Barilko. It includes the game-winning puck, gloves, skates and amazingly sections of the actual plane he last flew in. It includes the framework of the fuselage, pontoon, landing gear and exhaust system. PHOTO BY JACK BOLAND /Toronto Sun/Postmedia

Barilko collection revealed 70 years after Maple Leafs legend’s death

Canucks forward Bo Horvat (53) scores the winning goal in overtime against Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Jack Campbell, who has now lost three in a row after winning 11 straight, in Vancouver on Sunday night. PHOTO BY BOB FRID /USA TODAY Sports

The record days over, Keefe needs to solve what’s wrong with Jack Campbell

New Maple Leafs forward Nick Foligno battles with now teammate William Nylander when Foligno played for Columbus. PHOTO BY JOHN E. SOKOLOWSKI /USA TODAY Sports

Foligno pumped to begin his Maple Leafs journey

Uncovering hockey’s best arena eats

The Top 5 NHL Food and Drink Arenas

Dirty player suffers from dirty hit. Karma.

Zach Hyman to miss at least 2 weeks with MCL sprain

San Jose Sharks forward Patrick Marleau will replace Mr. Hockey Gordie Howe in a fraternity that includes Pete Rose (MLB), Robert Parish (NBA), Lui Passaglia (CFL) and Morten Andersen (NFL), when he plays his 1,768th NHL game on Monday, giving him sole possession of first all-time.

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Mats Zuccarello had a goal and an assist, and the Minnesota Wild stayed hot at home by downing the San Jose Sharks 5-2 on Saturday. Sharks forward Patrick Marleau tied Gordie Howe’s NHL record by playing in his 1,767th game.

Marleau ties Howe’s NHL record

The Great Eight. Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin takes a shot against the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday. Ovechkin scored twice in the game and is now just one goal behind tying Marcel Dionne for fifth overall on the all-time NHL scoring list at 731. PHOTO BY KYLE ROSS /USA TODAY Sports

Dionne has video prepared to congratulate Ovechkin

Some shithole that isn't Toronto

North America’s BEST NHL Cities to Visit for a Game

More Polack on Jewboy violence leads to sneaky, illegal assault from the Yid.

Polack on Hebe violence. Nothing new here, folks

Taylor Hall scored his second goal in two nights, Jeremy Swayman stopped 25 shots and the Boston Bruins beat the Islanders 3-0 on Friday, their second win over New York in two nights.

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The St. Louis Blues placed an order at Ricota's Pizza & Subs during a recent game in Buffalo. The order included 150 chicken wings. Credit...Brendan Bannon for The New York Times

Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Postgame Spread

Nicklas Backstrom and Brian MacLellan (Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports)

That’s 1,000 Games for Nicklas Backstrom

The Buffalo Sabres will be leaning on their fourth, fifth and even sixth-string goalies for potentially the remainder of the season with Linus Ullmark listed week to week with a lower-body injury.

Injury to Ullmark further depletes Sabres’ goalie depth

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Eat it up: the top NHL road-trip restaurants

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Fleury moves up all-time wins list

Included in the Bruins’ 50-goal club are Phil Esposito, Johnny Bucyk, Cam Neely and Rick Middleton, all pictured above (Vince Richards/THW)

Boston Bruins 50-Goal Scorers

Greatest goalie ever?

Buffalo Sabres: 5 Best Trades in Franchise History

Not Kevyn Adams. Or Botterill, or Murray, or  ...

Yzerman, BriseBois Were the Stars of NHL’s Trade Deadline

CHAT is back! Talk shyte here.

Remembering Hawerchuk's legendary career
Hockey Hall of Famer Dale Hawerchuk has died at the age of 57. A native of Toronto, Hawerchuk had experienced a recurrence of cancer in recent weeks. A five-time All-Star, Hawerchuk appeared in 1,188 games over 16 seasons with the Jets, Sabres, Blues and Flyers. Michael Farber has more on his legendary career in this essay.

Humble Hawerchuk remembered as a resilient competitor

Take a look back and the life and accomplishments of Hockey Hall of Famer Dale Hawerchuk, who played 16 seasons in the NHL, won the Calder Trophy, and was part of two Canada Cup Championships.

Dale Hawerchuk’s quiet brilliance made Winnipeg, and Canada, a winner

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Remembering Dale Hawerchuk: ‘A Humble Superstar’

The Hall of Famer, who died at the age of 57 on Tuesday, is remembered fondly for his immense talent and even larger sense of humility.

One of my all timers, and a seemingly great guy. Was in tears when I heard this, and so regret no longer having the Dale Hawerchuk Sunday Feature.

Winnipeg Jets star Dale Hawerchuk dead of cancer at 57

Hawerchuk was Hockey Hall of Famer, coach of Ontario Hockey League’s Barrie Colts

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Sunday Feature – Classics – Michel Briere

Hockey card from Denis's last year with the Chiefs, just before he hit the big time.

Lettres de Denis. Encore.

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Denis talks to Marc Bergevin

Letters de Denis

Without a doubt, the greatest of them all

SundayFeature! Redux! Again! Encore!

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Ovechkin not ready to discuss retirement, focused on season with Capitals