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New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider was ejected from Wednesday's game against the Vancouver Canucks when he caught star rookie Elias Pettersson with a spinning elbow to the head. Given the nature of the play and the penalty, it was a given that the NHL's Department of Player Safety was going to take an additional look at the play for possible supplemental discipline. After doing so, it seems that the ejection will be the harshest punishment Kreider receives. Continue to Article
March 14, 2019 1:07:pm EST
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It's hard to believe that Elias Pettersson was born with a bullseye on his head, but the damage he's taken in his first NHL season would make one reconsider. Pettersson had the puck behind his own net when Kreider came flying in. Pettersson did well to make him miss on the initial check, but Kreider spun around and caught the Calder candidate with an elbow flush to the face. Continue to Article
March 14, 2019 12:40:pm EST
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As much as the Edmonton Oilers are headlined by Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl, there are two other key reasons they are on a 7-2-2 run heading into a Wednesday night matchup with the injury-depleted New Jersey Devils. It's no coincidence the Oilers have cobbled together that record in the past 11 games since defenseman Andrej Sekera returned on Feb. 19 from a torn Achilles tendon sustained in the offseason. Simply put, having both Sekera and Oscar Klefbom in the lineup provides the Oilers the kind of blue-liners who make it easier for the forwards to make their offensive contributions. Continue to Article
March 13, 2019 4:40:am EST
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Boston came in 15-0-4 in its last 19 games for the franchise's longest point streak since 1940-41. A goal by John Moore with just over a minute to go got Boston within one, but McCann's empty-netter with 21 seconds left made the Bruins regulation losers for the first time since Jan. 19 against the New York Rangers. "I think we can be proud of that, but not satisfied," Moore said. Continue to Article
March 10, 2019 11:18:pm EST
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Goaltender Adam Huska agreed to an entry-level deal with the New York Rangers, the team announced on Saturday. Huska, 21, was a seventh-round selection by the Rangers in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and has spent the last three seasons playing for the Connecticut Huskies. At Connecticut, Huska went 20-38-8, allowing 2.90 goals per game with a . Continue to Article
March 09, 2019 11:52:am EST
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