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Past articles by Stephen:

Subban launches show showcasing diverse world of hockey

More than a year since playing his last NHL game and retiring at age 33, P.K. Subban is still pushing himself away from the ice. Sure, he’s still training and staying in shape, but the 2013 Norris Trophy-winning defenseman is now working on pushing the limits on television. “I don’t ever put limits on myself. I would suggest that the game of hockey do the same,” Subban said. “I think that… → Read More

The race to the Stanley Cup filled with first-round chaos

The first round of the NHL playoffs is usually chaotic → Read More

Game 7 of Rangers vs Devils is the last of NHL's first round

The New York Rangers visit the New Jersey Devils in one final Game 7 to finish off the first round of the NHL playoffs → Read More

NHL playoffs Game 7 day: Panthers-Bruins, Kraken-Avalanche

The first Game 7 of the 2023 NHL playoffs won’t be alone → Read More

NHL playoffs: Kraken, Bruins, Hurricanes & Stars can advance

Every first-round series resuming Friday features a Game 6 with a chance of elimination → Read More

Wild, Red Wings, Maple Leafs and Senators going to Sweden

The NHL is sending four teams to Sweden next season as part of its annual Global Series → Read More

Chicago Blackhawks won't wear Pride jerseys because of Russian law

The Blackhawks, who have a Russian player, won't wear a Pride night warmup jersey, fearing it may imperil Russian athletes when they return home. → Read More

Connor McDavid puts NHL on notice with goal-scoring frenzy

Connor McDavid leaving opponents shaking heads in disbelief → Read More

Bruins acquire forward Tyler Bertuzzi in trade with Red Wings

The Boston Bruins sent a top-10 protected first-round pick in 2024 and a fourth-rounder in 2025 to Detroit as part of the deal → Read More

Hurricanes make trade, Capitals and Predators keep dealing

Patrick Kane is Broadway-bound, and the New York Rangers are far from the only top contender making big moves ahead of the NHL trade deadline. The Rangers acquired Kane from Chicago in a three-team trade Tuesday night, adding the three-time Stanley Cup champion to their core that reached the Eastern Conference final last year and […] → Read More

NFL Owners to Discuss Dan Snyder at Upcoming Meeting

Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder’s future will be discussed at an upcoming committee meeting amongst NFL owners. → Read More

Maple Leafs answer Lightning by making trade with Blackhawks

The Toronto Maple Leafs acquired forward Sam Lafferty and defenseman Jake McCabe from Chicago on Monday, their latest big trade that comes in the aftermath of division-rival Tampa Bay making another pre-deadline splash. → Read More

Carson Wentz Era Over: Commanders Release Former Starting Quarterback

The Washington Commanders released former starting quarterback Carson Wentz after one season with the team. → Read More

Beyond Patrick Kane, much uncertainty ahead of NHL trade deadline

While Patrick Kane is expected to be dealt to the Rangers, Jakob Chychrun, James van Riemsdyk among other players still on the block → Read More

Devils acquire Timo Meier in blockbuster trade with Sharks

San Jose Sharks right wing Timo Meier, left, celebrates after scoring a goal against Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Casey DeSmith during the third period of an NHL hockey game in San Jose, Calif., on Feb. 14.Godofredo A. Vásquez/The Associated Press Timo Meier is going to the New Jersey Devils in the latest ante of the high-stakes poker game among Eastern Conference playoff contenders. Meier… → Read More

Patrick Kane trade talk swirls as Rangers play waiting game

Despite already landing Vladimir Tarasenko, New York Rangers still interested in acquiring Patrick Kane → Read More

NHL-leading Bruins acquire Orlov, Hathaway from Capitals

Boston Bruins acquire Dmitry Orlov, Garnet Hathaway from Washington Capitals for Craig Smith, picks → Read More

Panthers Beat Capitals 6-3 in Matchup of Playoff Contenders

Marc Staal wasn't too worried about not scoring a goal all season and having a goal drought extend almost a full calendar year. → Read More

NHLPA chooses U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh executive director

NHL Players’ Association putting experienced union leader and former Boston mayor in charge → Read More

Washington Nationals owner Ted Lerner dies at 97

Lerner’s group purchased the Nationals from Major League Baseball in 2006 for $450 million after the team was moved to the U.S. capital from Montreal. → Read More