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Boston -1.5
Arizona +1.5

Over 5.5 (+100)
Under 5.5 (-120)

Community Picks: Boston 47% vs Arizona 53%

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Dallas Stars defenseman Roman Polak sustained a small fracture of his sternum and will be evaluated in a week, the team announced Friday. Polak appeared to lose his balance and went headfirst into the boards during the second period of the Stars' 2-1 season-opening loss against the visiting Boston Bruins on Thursday night. The 33-year-old was battling for the puck with Bruins forward Chris Wagner when his head collided with the boards. Continue to Article
October 04, 2019 6:12:pm EST
The B's opened up their season with a 2-1 win over the Dallas Stars Thursday night thanks to goals by Brett Ritchie and Danton Heinen. Boston will be back in action again Saturday night at 9 p.m. ET against the Arizona Coyotes before facing the Vega Golden Knights on Tuesday. As for the Patriots, they'll look to stay perfect as they take on the struggling Washington Redskins Sunday at 1 p.m. ET on the road. Continue to Article
October 04, 2019 11:03:am EST
Long an integral and celebrated part of hockey, fighting is rapidly diminishing on the rinks of North America as injuries, rule changes, and cultural shifts around player welfare make the spectacle of settling scores by fist increasingly an anachronism. True, hockey at the big-league level remains the only major team sport where fighting doesn't bring an almost automatic ejection. It remains a strategic part of the game: something players do to “enforce” order on the ice or to buoy their teammates. Continue to Article
October 04, 2019 8:20:am EST
Dallas Stars defenceman Roman Polak left Thursday's game against the Boston Bruins on a stretcher after colliding into the boards during the second period. Polak lost his edge while battling against Bruins forward Chris Wagner for a loose puck and the play was whistled dead almost immediately. The 33-year-old remained down on the ice for several minutes before the stretcher came out, with both teams visibly shaken. Continue to Article
October 03, 2019 10:11:pm EST
Whenever your name is in the same sentence as Dit Clapper — the legendary Boston Bruin, of course — you know you've done something special. With his second-period tally to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 3-2 advantage over the Ottawa Senators at Scotiabank Arena on Wednesday night, Auston Matthews became just the fourth player in NHL history to find the back of the net in each of the first four season openers of their career. Clapper, Dave Andreychuk and Sergei Federov are the other three to do so, according to Leafs PR. Continue to Article
October 02, 2019 9:14:pm EST
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