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  • by The Associated Press
    The Calgary Flames have a deal for a new downtown arena, a 35-year agreement that keeps the NHL club in the city for that time. The team, the city and the Calgary Stampede rodeo signed an agreement Thursday to replace the 36-year-old Scotiabank Saddledome. Construction is expected to begin in 2021,
  • by Field Level Media
    The Edmonton Oilers whiffed on what initially looked like a tap-in victory in their last outing and sustained a 5-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday. The Oilers are looking at a similar test on Friday when the struggling Los Angeles Kings pay a visit. Talking points before facing the Kings
  • by Yahoo Sports Canada
    Wherever he ends up, Hall is likely to get paid handsomely with his next deal. The question is whether that team will get what it's paying for.
  • by Field Level Media
    The Boston Bruins have been playing with fire of late, as they ride an eight-game winning streak into a home matchup with the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday night. The Bruins extended their run — and a 12-game points streak (9-0-3) overall — with a 2-0 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday
  • by NBC Sports Washington
    For the last game of this four-game road trip, the Capitals face a recently feisty foe.
  • by Field Level Media
    Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon has done what superstars are expected to do — carry a team through rough patches. MacKinnon has been a stalwart while linemates Mikko Rantanen and Gabriel Landeskog sat on the injured list. The good news the Avalanche is that the team is starting to get healthy
  • by Rotoworld
    With two goals on Wednesday, John Carlson became the sixth Capitals player with at least 10 goals. (Getty Images)
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    Chris Morgan checks out Thursday's slate and thinks Cale Makar and the Avalanche will be able to exploit the Canadiens' shaky penalty kill.
  • by The Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Johnny for Norris” is all the Washington Capitals can say inside their dressing room about the outstanding play of defenseman John Carlson. If Carlson can keep up the pace of his prolific point production, everyone will know that phrase by season’s end. Carlson scored twice, and

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