Should the Senators trade Erik Karlsson?
Erik Karlsson is one of the best defensemen in NHL history, but his future has been in flux since he said he won't give the Senators a hometown discount when he becomes a free agent. Our writers discuss Ottawa's options regarding the swashbuckling Swede.
Johnny's next spot: Eight places Tavares could land in 2018
John Tavares is poised to become the NHL's highest-paid player next summer. Will it be with the Islanders or somewhere else? Here are all the potential places the coveted center could sign.
Where's the best place to watch an NHL game?
Vegas visits Nashville on Friday, which got us thinking: Which NHL arena has the most electric atmosphere? Our writers sing the praises of the United Center's national anthem rendition, catfish-throwing in Smashville and showtime in Sin City.
Weekly Reader: The NHL's top 5 line combinations
Watching three players form a juggernaut is one of those "unique-to-hockey" things we take for granted, so we ranked the best current trios. Plus, why Quebec City is on the outside looking in and the story behind that shirtless Jumbo Joe bobblehead.
Hyman's deflection counts for lone goal against Oilers.
Toronto gets all the offense they need when Zach Hyman tips the puck and it trickles past Edmonton's Laurent Brossoit.
Niederreiter loses puck, steals it back for OT goal.
Nino Niederreiter plays the puck off the boards but loses possession, but quickly swipes it back before beating Martin Jones to give the Wild a 4-3 win in overtime against the Sharks.
Tarasenko speeds past Eichel for OT winner.
Vladimir Tarasenko blows past Jack Eichel and scores the game-winning goal for St. Louis against Buffalo.
Kane sets up two late goals for Blackhawks.
With under five minutes to play and the score tied, Patrick Kane assists on goals by Artem Anisimov and Nick Schmaltz as Chicago beats Arizona 3-1.
Niederreiter gives Wild 4-3 win over Sharks in OT
Nino Niederreiter scored 3:26 into overtime and the Minnesota Wild beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 on Sunday night after squandering a three-goal lead.
Tarasenko scores in OT as short-handed Blues beat Sabres 3-2
Vladimir Tarasenko scored with 35 seconds left in overtime, and the short-handed St. Louis Blues beat the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 on Sunday night.
Crawford leads Blackhawks to 3-1 win over Coyotes
Corey Crawford made 31 saves, Artem Anisimov scored with 4:47 left in the third period and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Arizona Coyotes 3-1 on Sunday night.
McElhinney makes 41 saves, Maple Leafs beat Oilers 1-0
Curtis McElhinney made 41 saves for his first shutout of the season and sixth overall, and Zach Hyman scored in the first minute in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 1-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday night.
Leafs' Matthews out with upper-body injury
Toronto star forward Auston Matthews was held out of the Maple Leafs' game Sunday night against the Edmonton Oilers because of an upper-body injury.
Golden Knights activate goalie Fleury
The Golden Knights have activated goalie Marc-Andre Fleury from the injured list after he missed 25 games with a concussion.
Jaden Schwartz started this season with a career-best offensive pace, with 35 points (14 goals and 21 assists) in 30 games. The leading catalyst for that hot start: That Schwartz was completely healthy for the first time in years. Because the Hockey Gods are cruel and can never let us have nice things, Schwartz was placed on injured reserve on Sunday with a right ankle injury, which he suffered in blocking a shot from Detroit Red Wings defenseman Mike Green on Saturday. Blues GM Doug Armstrong said Schwartz is scheduled to be re-evaluated in six weeks. In recent games, his dominating line with Vladimir Tarasenko (13-18-31) and Brayden Schenn (15-21-36) had been broken up, with Schenn and Schwartz playing with Alex Steen (3-12-15, in 24 games) and Tarasenko playing with center Paul Stastny (6-15-21). The Blues have won three in a row and are in first place in the Central Division at 20-8-2. But losing key players in times of prosperity is, as any Blues fan will tell you, an unofficial franchise tradition. And Schwartz's impacts him, Schenn and that dressing room, where he's a well-liked leader.
Blues' Schwartz out 6 weeks with ankle injury
Center Jaden Schwartz, who leads the St. Louis Blues with a plus/minus rating of 23 and is second on the team with 35 points, will miss at least six weeks with an injured right ankle.
Bennett nets winner.
Calgary's Sam Bennett fights for control in front of the net and scores to go up 3-2 as the Flames take down the Canucks.
Zuccarello steals puck and puts away goal.
Mats Zuccarello makes the steal in open ice and then lights the lamp as the Rangers beat the Devils 5-2.
Kings win 8th straight, 3-2 in OT over Hurricanes
Tanner Pearson scored on his own rebound 4:41 into overtime and the Los Angeles Kings edged the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 on Saturday night for their eighth consecutive victory, the longest winning streak in the NHL this season.
Oilers move puck beautifully for goal.
Connor McDavid drops off a pass to Yohann Auvitu who scores as the Oilers defeat the Canadiens 6-2.
Bennett scores late in third, Flames beat Canucks 4-2
Sam Bennett scored the tiebreaking goal with 1:10 left in regulation and the Calgary Flames rallied for a 4-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night.
Pearson nets rebound for game-winner.
Tanner Pearson grabs the rebound off his first shot in overtime and nets his next attempt in the Kings' 3-2 victory over the Hurricanes.
MacKinnon dekes defense on impressive goal.
Nathan MacKinnon keeps his handle after multiple dekes and scores as the Avalanche win 7-3.
Point beats Jets defenders to net game-winner.
Brayden Point finds the back of the net in overtime to beat the Jets 4-3.
Anderson shelves wraparound.
Josh Anderson pings a top-corner shot with almost no angle to score the game's only goal as the Blue Jackets defeat the Coyotes
In a wide-ranging interview, Predators superstar defenseman P.K. Subban talks about his family, the shocking trade by the Canadiens, an athlete's place in social media activism and playing in a predominantly white sport. Oh yeah, and country music.
Sidney Crosby, the greatest player of his generation, is a lock for the Hall of Fame. So's Jaromir Jagr. What about Alex Ovechkin -- or rising star Connor McDavid? We put 43 active players to the test to find out who truly has the stuff of legends.