Ken King, the former president and CEO of the Calgary Flames ownership group, has died. He was 68. The Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation announced his death Thursday afternoon, describing King as a leader and a friend who will be deeply missed. “Ken was the right leader at the right time,” CSEC chairman and co-owner Murray
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1:47 AM ET The East Coast Hockey League, one of only two minor leagues recognized by the NHL in the collective bargaining agreement, canceled its season on Saturday night in a statement posted on its website. “The decision does not come lightly, as this is an emotional time for our players, coaches, member teams, fans
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Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse Crunch players arrived at the Upstate Medical University Arena on Thursday morning knowing something in their routines was about to change. They weren’t quite sure what, but they heard the NBA had suspended its season the night before to help mitigate against the spread of the coronavirus. The NHL was certain
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The Colorado Avalanche have depth in net with six goaltenders between the NHL and their AHL affiliate, the Colorado Eagles. Philipp Grubauer began the season as the starter with Pavel Francouz as the backup. In most cases, that’s all the goaltending a team would need, but not this season and not for the Avalanche. Injuries
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On a chilly late October evening outside the doors of the Eric Maclean Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Loyola High School in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG), a line of people is starting to form. Some of them are wearing now ill-fitting Montreal Canadiens hockey jerseys emblazoned with the names and numbers of hockey
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5:42 PM ET Associated Press NHL Players’ Association chief Don Fehr tells The Associated Press that he expects teams will be cleared to open their training facilities to allow player workouts as early as next week. Though there is no definitive timeline, Fehr says the potential of teams opening their training facilities to players will
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When it comes to the trading history of the Chicago Blackhawks, one word that can describe it is memorable. There have been many transactions that have altered the state of the franchise through its worst trades and its best trades. Here is a look at some of the great moves that the Hawks have made;
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7:00 PM ET National Hockey League players will receive their final three scheduled paychecks despite the season being suspended for the coronavirus outbreak, deputy commissioner Bill Daly told ESPN on Friday. The players are scheduled to receive three more payments before the scheduled end of the regular season. The first paycheck, which they received today,
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With just four weeks remaining in the NHL’s regular season, the Washington Capitals continue to hold on to the top spot in the Metropolitan Division. A massive 5-2 victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday improved the Caps record to 41-20-7 on the season. Their 89 points have them even with the red-hot Philadelphia Flyers
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