The San Jose Sharks will have some very special guests in attendance at SAP Center for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night, as it has been announced that Bay Area icons Metallica will be
A hockey fan showed he is a man of his word by getting the face of NHL commissioner Gary Bettman tattooed on his butt.
Phil Kessel has found himself the victim of some razzing over a humorously awkward interview he had recently with NBCSN’s Pierre McGuire.
Recently hired Minnesota Wild head coach Bruce Boudreau was tabbed with throwing out the ceremonial first pitch ahead of Thursday’s Minnesota Twins-Toronto Blue Jays game at Target Field.
The Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins may be in the midst of a contentious postseason battle, but that didn’t stop Braden Holtby from setting the rivalry aside to help make the day of
The St. Louis Blues and Dallas Stars currently are embroiled in a competitive second-round series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Florida Panthers were eliminated from the postseason Sunday courtesy of a 2-1 double-overtime loss to the New York Islanders.
Nick Mangold attracted a lot of attention earlier this week at Madison Square Garden due to his overly demonstrative and extremely passionate support of the hometown New York Rangers during their pla
Nick Mangold apparently is quite the rabid New York Rangers fan and his passion for the NHL team was on full display while attending a Game 3 showdown Wednesday night against the Pittsburgh Penguins
The Los Angeles Kings may have gotten the last laugh Monday night by beating the San Jose Sharks by a score of 2-1 to get themselves back into the series, albeit at a 2-1 deficit, but one wisenheimin
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The Texas Rangers filmed a couple of videos recently to show support for the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars, nearby teams that have both punched their tickets to their respective leagues’ po
Patrick Kane made an announcement Tuesday that might not sit well with his legions of Chicago Blackhawks fans: The superstar is mulling going mullet-less this upcoming postseason.
A season ticket holder with the ECHL’s Orlando Solar Bears achieved the seemingly impossible when he somehow managed to sneak a puck in the narrowest of crevices and into the net from 115 feet