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Blues hold off Islanders rally, win 7-4

Blues hold off Islanders rally, win 7-4

NEW YORK (AP) — Noel Acciari and Colton Parayko scored 13 seconds apart in the third period and the St. Louis Blues defeated the New York Islanders 7-4 on Tuesday night.
NHL-leading Devils shut out struggling Chicago Blackhawks

NHL-leading Devils shut out struggling Chicago Blackhawks

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — While defenseman Dougie Hamilton had his first three-point game in three seasons, the New Jersey Devils didn't do anything different. They just kept on winning.
Crosby scores twice as surging Penguins roll by Columbus 4-1

Crosby scores twice as surging Penguins roll by Columbus 4-1

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A month ago, the Pittsburgh Penguins were a mess. Disorganized on special teams. Iffy in goal. Erratic in general. Now, not so much. The return of center Teddy Blueger has stabilized the penalty kill.
MacKinnon sidelined about a month with upper-body injury

MacKinnon sidelined about a month with upper-body injury

DENVER (AP) — The injury-riddled Colorado Avalanche will be without leading scorer Nathan MacKinnon for about a month after he suffered an upper-body injury on Monday night in a loss to Philadelphia.
Hockey's history shows handful of non-white pioneers

Hockey's history shows handful of non-white pioneers

Taffy Abel carried the American flag at the 1924 Olympics, where his team won silver in hockey. Henry Elmer “Buddy” Maracle played 11 games in the early-1930s NHL. Paul Jacobs may have played in the league’s second season in 1918-19.
Panthers coach Paul Maurice gets emotional in his return to Winnipeg

Panthers coach Paul Maurice gets emotional in his return to Winnipeg

WINNIPEG — Former Jets head coach Paul Maurice was expecting an emotional return to Winnipeg when he brought his Florida Panthers to town on Tuesday. Maurice knew being introduced before the game at Canada Life Centre would be a stirring moment.
Habs' Price apologizes for timing of pro-gun post, honours 1989 massacre victims

Habs' Price apologizes for timing of pro-gun post, honours 1989 massacre victims

Montreal Canadiens star Carey Price apologized on Tuesday to people affected by the 1989 Montreal massacre after he made a social media post in support of a firearms rights group in the days leading up to the anniversary of the mass shooting.

Golden Knights host the Rangers after shootout win

New York Rangers (12-10-5, fifth in the Metropolitan Division) vs. Vegas Golden Knights (18-7-1, first in the Pacific Division) Paradise, Nevada; Wednesday, 10 p.m.

Avalanche host the Bruins after Newhook's 2-goal game

Boston Bruins (20-3-0, first in the Atlantic Division) vs. Colorado Avalanche (13-9-1, fourth in the Central Division) Denver; Wednesday, 9 p.m.

Capitals face the Flyers in Metropolitan Division action

Washington Capitals (10-12-4, sixth in the Metropolitan Division) vs. Philadelphia Flyers (9-12-5, seventh in the Metropolitan Division) Philadelphia; Wednesday, 7 p.m.