Little Big Men have always been a staple in the NHL.  You know the type: fast as the wind, nimble on their feet, quick with their hands and tough to play against.  Henri Richard, Marcel Dionne, Brian Gionta. In the modern era of hockey, it’s impossible to discuss the phenomenon of the Little Big Men
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San Jose Sharks’ center Joe Thornton, will be in the Hockey Hall of Fame whenever he decides to hang up his skates. A career like Thornton’s has dozens of top moments, but there are five that stand above the rest. Joe Thornton of the San Jose Sharks during pre-game warm-ups. (Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports) 1997
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Scouting the Pittsburgh Penguins and St. Louis Blues Dan Kingerski: Scouts listed to attend last night’s Penguins-Blues game: Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes, Detroit Red Wings, and the New York Rangers (local). Scouting the Los Angeles Kings and Washington Capitals Dennis Bernstein: Scouts listed to attend last night’s Kings-Blues game: Pittsburgh Penguins, Vancouver Canucks, Florida Panthers,
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7:15 PM ET Forward Gabriel Landeskog will return from a lower-body injury Thursday night when the Colorado Avalanche take on the Montreal Canadiens. Landeskog, 27, Colorado’s captain who missed 16 games, confirmed coach Jared Bednar’s decision before pregame warm-ups at Bell Centre. Throughout the course of the injury, the team was vague about details. Landeskog
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The Ottawa Senators’ rebuild is in full swing in 2019-20. The team sits bottom-five in the NHL and only just above the Detroit Red Wings in the Metropolitan Division. While that’s good news for their odds in the Alexis Lafreniere sweepstakes, it’s no doubt difficult for the players who have to suffer the losing streaks,
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Cale Makar was reminded in September that he seemed undaunted by sky-high expectations. The defenceman had announced his arrival in the NHL some five months earlier with a string of standout playoff performances for the Colorado Avalanche after leaving college hockey. There was already talk about the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year. His
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4:53 PM ET Associated Press CALGARY, Alberta — The Calgary Flames have a deal for a new downtown arena, a 35-year agreement that keeps the NHL club in the city for that time. The team, the city and the Calgary Stampede rodeo signed an agreement Thursday to replace the 36-year-old Scotiabank Saddledome. The new 19,000-seat
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