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  • by The Associated Press
    Victor Hedman fondly recalls the NHL's first 3-on-3 overtime because it was madness. ''It was probably a minute and a half of just breakaways,'' the Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman said. The idea was to open up the ice for skilled players so fewer games needed to be decided by a
  • by Associated Press
    Victor Hedman fondly recalls the NHL's first 3-on-3 overtime because it was madness. “It was probably a minute and a half of just breakaways,” the Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman said. The idea was to open up the ice for skilled players so fewer games needed to be decided by a shootout.
  • by NBC Sports
    There were 23 Hall of Famers on the ice and Mario Lemieux completely dominated.
  • by NBC Sports
    In this edition of stunning numbers we look at Charlie McAvoy and his struggles, Alex Ovechin and his continued goal scoring dominance, and one of the best individual offensive seasons ever for the New York Rangers newest superstar.
  • by NBC Sports Washington
    John Carlson was not always thought of as an elite defenseman. Now he comes to his second All-Star Game considered one of the best in the NHL.
  • by Rotoworld
    There are 14 teams that get their mandatory five days off this week and you can benefit by grabbing players who play four times in The Week Ahead (AP)
  • by NBC Sports Chicago
    Patrick Kane is participating in his ninth career All-Star Game this weekend, which is the most of any player that's attending. Here's why they never get old for the Blackhawks superstar.
  • by NBC Sports Boston
    David Pastrnak is the defending champion of the shooting accuracy competition at NHL's All-Star Weekend, but as Joe Haggerty explains, he'll be participating in a brand new event tonight in St. Louis.
  • by NBC Sports
    It will be one big happy family reunion in a rink where they spent so much time as kids watching their dad play for the Blues.
  • by Associated Press
    A former Minnesota high school hockey player paralyzed during a game in 2011 says he has achieved a dream of working in the NHL. Jack Jablonski tweeted Thursday that he has a job as a content coordinator with the Los Angeles Kings working in podcasting, radio and TV. Jablonski recently graduated from

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