The NHL has set a start date for the remainder of the 2020 season, according to a report from the New York Post's Larry Brooks on Saturday.
The NHL released a statement on Friday announcing that a total of 11 players have tested positive coronavirus since the beginning of Phase 2 on June 8.
NFL defenses could have an advantage in empty stadiums. They'll be able to hear everything the offense is doing.
Several members of the Tampa Bay Lightning organization have tested positive for coronavirus, causing the Lightning to temporarily close Amalie Arena.
Former Nailers captain and fan favorite Derek Army is back in Wheeling. This time, though, Army will be behind the bench.
Montreal's team speed and ability to counter-attack will be two of the Penguins' primary concerns as they prepare for a qualifying-round meeting.
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In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Dejan and I talk about the Penguins' informal skates, Patrick Marleau, and the overhaul in Buffalo.
Kris Letang joined his teammates on the ice at the UPMC Lemieux Complex on Thursday.
Dejan, Jeff, Alex and I will be going live on Facebook with the folks at Mike’s Beer Bar today (Friday) to answer your questions on anything!
Montreal will be an underdog against the Penguins in a preliminary-round series, but there are ways the Canadiens could level the odds a bit.
Just made my weekly hit on 105.9 the X to talk coronavirus, sports and more with Mark Madden.
Conor Sheary said the transition back to the Penguins after an absence of nearly three years has gone smoothly.
This one's on Conor Sheary's place in the Penguins' lineup, the NFL starting to tiptoe and whether sports are starting to be singled out in coronavirus debates.
The Sabres made some massive changes to their front office on Tuesday, starting with the firing of general manager Jason Botterill.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau said in his Tuesday press briefing that the Canadian government is open to the idea of having an NHL hub city.
The Penguins still don't know how many players will be at their training camp, but they know at least one prospect who won't be.