NEW YORK / TORONTO -- As the NHL continues its Centennial celebration, the League today launched the Greatest NHL Uniforms, a mobile-first digital program where fans will have the opportunity to choose their favorite NHL® uniform of all-time. Starting today and continuing through to Dec. 31, fans can visit NHL.com/GreatestUniforms to cast their votes for the Greatest NHL Uniform. Sponsored in Canada by Visa, the site takes users on a stunning visual history of the League, with an interactive gallery page providing a robust look at NHL franchises from the past 100 years and the uniforms that defined them. [RELATED: Vote Now for the Greatest NHL Uniform] From Stanley Cup® champion teams, to the all-time greats, the teams and their uniforms are brough
NEW YORK - The NHL announced today that due to high demand, seats have been added to the 2017 Scotiabank NHL100 Classic™ at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa between the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens. Tickets to the Dec. 16 outdoor matchup between the Senators and Canadiens are available for purchase via Ticketmaster.comand Ticketmaster.ca, the official ticketing partner of the NHL®. Fans can purchase tickets safely and securely on Ticketmaster and the NHL Ticket Exchange™, with the peace of mind in knowing that the specific seats they buy are the seats they'll get. Through the NHL Ticket Exchange, even tickets transferred or resold to new fans are 100% Ticketmaster verified and reissued in their name. This provides a level of security that no other marketplace can match.
Mike Condon made 19 saves in relief, Ryan Dzingel scored twice, and Thomas Chabot scored his first NHL goal with two assists to help the Ottawa Senators end their seven-game losing streak with a 6-5 win against the New York Islanders at Barclays Center on Friday.
Through roughly one month of NBA basketball, there isn't much certainty around the league. A shorter preseason coupled with historic spikes in pace seem to have added more variance than ever, and it's too early to tell whether the Celtics will really have a top-five defense all year long. Nobody knows what's happening with the Cavs. It's impossible to say whether the Wolves are good or bad. The Thunder are either in team-meeting mode or blowing teams out, and so on. One early trend that appears to be sustainable, though: whether it's Donovan Mitchell, Ben Simmons, Jayson Tatum, or Kyle Kuzma and Lonzo Ball in L.A., we are going to spend the entire year talking about the rookies. This is one of the deepest classes of rookie talent the NBA has ever seen, and every night, one of the
It's been a wild start to the 2017-18 NHL season, in which the defending champions have refused to let an abhorrent goal differential tear them down a la the Edmonton Oilers and teams like the New Jersey Devils and Vegas Golden Knights have boasted top-10 status, and there are a handful of early competitors that downright deserve attention for their success. Some of them have already been in the spotlight. Others not as much. Here are three teams that need to be taken more seriously as we near the middle of November: Tampa Bay Lightning OK, the reasoning here is obvious. They're dominating. They lead the league in goals scored outside of the Toronto Maple Leafs. They're on a hot stretch with seven wins in their last 10 games. They own the NHL's most dangerous scoring duo at the moment...
The NHL has always been a quirky league, from the legendary stories of pro sports' greatest trophy, the Stanley Cup, to fans throwing hats, octopus and smelly catfish on the ice to celebrate goals. That quirkiness extends to the Hockey Hall of Fame In Toronto, which has some incredibly weird stuff for a shrine to hockey's best. According to ESPN's Emily Kaplan, the Hall's weirdness goes so far as to contract the FBI to find a very specific missing puck: Patrick Kane's 2010 game winner in Game 6 against the Flyers. However, it's more about what the Hall has than what it doesn't. The Hall of Fame contains such esteemed items as Patrick Kane's mouth guard, Sidney Crosby's laundry bag, and a pair of shower sandals from Alex Ovechkin at the 2011 All-Star game with, of course, a Carolina H