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Four fans were ejected from Saturday's Capitals-Blackhawks game in Chicago after making racist comments toward Washington forward Devante Smith-Pelly. Coach Barry Trotz called the incident "disgusting" and said "there is absolutely no place" for racism.
The fans were as expected on Saturday: brash, chippy, frantic. Yes, it was Team USA against the Russians, and in the stands, it felt like it. On the ice, it was something less so.
Mikael Backlund signed a six-year, $32.1 million deal to stay with the Calgary Flames on Friday, deciding against testing free agency this summer.
While players get all the attention during trade season, what about the men pulling the strings in the front office? We slot all of them into one of eight tiers, from Golden Boys to Disaster Artists. Plus, Jersey Foul of the Week, Hall for Hart and more.
A couple got engaged in the first period of the Vegas Golden Knights' home game against the Oilers on Thursday night, then tied the knot, inside the arena, before the third period.
The Blackhawks have traded defenseman Ville Pokka to the Senators for center Chris DiDomenico.
Veteran Senators defenseman Dion Phaneuf and teammate Nate Thompson have been traded to the Los Angeles Kings, it was announced Tuesday night. The Senators receive Marian Gaborik and Nick Shore from L.A.
Seattle has sent in its paperwork and a $10 million down payment as it looks to net the NHL's 32nd franchise.
What can you expect from every team at the deadline? Matthew Coller reviews each team's salary-cap space and player movement clauses and answers their biggest question for the Feb. 26 deadline.
Coaching changes are ubiquitous in the NHL; over the past 11 years, teams have canned 34 bench bosses in-season. But this season -- the first that has gone this far without a switch since 1966-67 -- has been marked by an intriguing new trend: stability.