Q&A with Hall of Famer Guy Carbonneau: 21 questions with No. 21
Eric Engels
Guy Carbonneau played 18 seasons in the NHL, winning three Stanley Cups and three Selke Trophies and now he's set to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame Monday night. No. 21 answered 21 questions about his career from Sportsnet's Eric Engels.
Avalanche's Nathan MacKinnon channels anger to get best of Canucks
Iain MacIntyre
Canadiens' Kinkaid responsible for earning a point in loss to Devils
Eric Engels
Keith Kinkaid should be leaving the Bell Centre feeling good about how he played and hopeful that he can end up on the winning side more often than not if he continues to play as he did for the Montreal Canadiens.
Maple Leafs core facing most urgent challenge of its career
Chris Johnston
Following a 6-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday, the Leafs are mired in their worst five-game stretch since before Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and William Nylander helped turn around the fortunes of the franchise.
Oilers must use overtime loss to Stars as lesson to realize potential
Mark Spector
Flames' emotional week continues with fireworks, frustration in loss to Coyotes
Eric Francis
Capping off what was a traumatic week for the Calgary Flames, the team finally displayed a considerable amount of emotion on the ice as well. It didn’t translate into a win though, as the die had essentially been cast on the outcome of a 3-0 loss to Arizona by the time tempers flared.
Canucks' Quinn Hughes a talent like Vancouver has never seen before
Iain MacIntyre
Quinn Hughes is special. Not in a 'you’re-special-I’m-special-everyone’s-special' kind of way — he is literally unique in Canucks history. But don’t just take our word for it. Listen to some of the Canucks’ top defencemen from the last five decades share their thoughts on Vancouver's young phenom.
Canadiens use full-team effort to dominate NHL-leading Capitals
Eric Engels
As injuries, losses mount, Maple Leafs’ depth being tested
Chris Johnston
Mitch Marner remains out with a high-ankle sprain. Alex Kerfoot’s dental fracture surgery has him sidelined too, while a shoulder injury knocked Trevor Moore out of the lineup Friday. With the mounting injuries matched by mounting losses, depth pieces like Jason Spezza are under pressure to step up.