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Andrei Vasilevskiy (Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports)

Relative to age, Vasilevskiy is the best NHL goalie in 30-plus years

Carey Overpriced dreams of being Roy. He is no Roy.

Could Carey Price be traded to Seattle?

Thanks, Tom, you POS

Barzal Scores Ridiculous Goal – And Other Saturday Highlights

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Chicago’s Brent Seabrook Calls it a Career

Jack O'Callahan, left, and Mark Pavelich, right, of the 1980 U.S. Olympic ice hockey team in 2015. (Mike Groll/AP)

Mark Pavelich, who assisted Miracle on Ice game-winning goal, dead at 63

Patrick Marleau. No, wait. Is that Brent Burns? No, no, it's Sandis Ozoliņš. Hold on, Mike Ricci, is that you!?

Kevin Labanc scores bizarre goal to send Sharks-Golden Knights to OT

AH-HAHAHAHA! WHAT FUCKING ASSHOLES! The Pittsburgh Penguins admitted to altering this photo to show fans wearing masks. PHOTO BY SCREENSHOT /Twitter

Penguins admit to altering fans’ masks in photo

Farm born millionaire.

Flames fire head coach Geoff Ward, bring back Darryl Sutter. Charisma not included.

Father of right wing extremist hockey player acknowledges fans with Hitler salute.

Hitler aficionado acknowledges adoring minions

Could Sabres' continued struggles force Eichel to leave Buffalo?

What a trade for Sabres’ Jack Eichel could reasonably look like

Man with horrendous halitosis sneaks up behind sexy young men, hoping not to be found out.

NHL rumours: Bruins, Flyers ‘eyeing’ defencemen ahead of trade deadline

Alex Ovechkin is 'the best goalscorer' in history, says Olie Kolzig

Alex Ovechkin is ‘the best goalscorer’ in history, says Olie Kolzig

This happy breed of men, this little world, This precious stone set in the frozen sea

Habs fire goalie coach Waite, promote Burke

Dead man walking

Sabres Weekly: Shut Out Twice, Trouble in Net, Eichel & Krueger

Some guys who like ketchup and processed cheese

Kane Is Already the Greatest American-Born NHL Player of All-Time

Jordan Binnington (Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports)

Why the Blues Should Consider Playing Chicken With Jordan Binnington’s Contract

KnT's fave coach

Who Gets Fired Next: Ralph Krueger or John Tortorella?

Blackhawks' Patrick Kane celebrates his 400th career goal during the third period against the Detroit Red Wings at the United Center on Feb. 28, 2021 in Chicago. PHOTO BY JONATHAN DANIEL /GETTY IMAGES

Forget McDavid-Matthews — Scotty Bowman thinks Kane could be this season’s MVP

Patrick Kane nets his 400th career NHL goal against the Detroit Red Wings, becoming just the fourth Chicago Blackhawk to reach the milestone.

Patrick Kane scores 400th goal

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Inside Kyle Connor’s evolution into one of the NHL’s best finishers

Carey Overpriced

Carey Price Isn’t the Habs’ Only Problem, But He’s Their Biggest One

Jordan Binnington was pulled and caused a scene on the way out, but the St. Louis Blues were able to beat the San Jose Sharks 7-6. SAN JOSE, CA - FEBRUARY 27: San Jose Sharks goalkeeper Devan Dubnyk (40) and St. Louis Blues goalkeeper Jordan Binnington (50) square off in the second period of an NHL game, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021, in San Jose, Calif. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

Blues rally past Sharks after Binnington meltdown

Feb 21, 2021; Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; Montreal Canadiens goalie Jake Allen (34) makes a save in the second period against the Ottawa Senators at the Canadian Tire Centre. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports PHOTO BY MARC DESROSIERS /USA TODAY Sports

Even in defeat, the Canadiens aren’t ‘worried’ about Carey Price

Carey Price and defenceman Shea Weber are the two highest-paid players on the team with the goalie carrying a $10.5-million salary-cap hit and the captain earning $7.857 million. PHOTO BY DAVE SIDAWAY /jpg

Canadiens are running out of scapegoats for their problems

Buffalo Sabres winger Jeff Skinner has yet to score a goal this season while he eats up $9 million in cap space/ GETTY IMAGES

Next two weeks could decide Jeff Skinner’s future in Buffalo

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.

From the files of HockeyNewsChat

Denis talks to Marc Bergevin

Letters de Denis

Without a doubt, the greatest of them all

SundayFeature! Redux! Again! Encore!

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It’s Alive!

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