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Pastrnak, Marchand score, Bruins hold off Predators 4-3

Pastrnak, Marchand score, Bruins hold off Predators 4-3

BOSTON — The Boston Bruins spent a lot of time this off-season with an eye looking toward the future. In Thursday night's season opener, they got a glimpse at just how bright it may be.
Varlamov stops 37 shots as Avalanche beat Rangers 4-2

Varlamov stops 37 shots as Avalanche beat Rangers 4-2

NEW YORK — Semyon Varlamov helped the Colorado Avalanche get the new season off to a winning start and spoiled Kevin Shattenkirk's first game with his hometown team.

Senators still struggling with ticket sales as regular season opens

OTTAWA — It appears the Ottawa Senators ticket struggles haven't gone away.

Jaromir Jagr battles rust, fatigue in first skate as a Calgary Flame

CALGARY — Jet lag, altitude, a summer in limbo and age all had Jaromir Jagr bending over to catch his breath a lot in his first skate as a Calgary Flame.
Devils partner with women's pro hockey team in New Jersey

Devils partner with women's pro hockey team in New Jersey

NEWARK, N.J. — The New Jersey Devils are the first NHL franchise to partner with a National Women's Hockey League team.
Carolina picks Jordan Staal, Justin Faulk as team captains

Carolina picks Jordan Staal, Justin Faulk as team captains

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Carolina Hurricanes' didn't have a captain last season. Now they have two — forward Jordan Staal and defenceman Justin Faulk.
Panarin, Dubois among newcomers for ambitious Blue Jackets

Panarin, Dubois among newcomers for ambitious Blue Jackets

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Columbus Blue Jackets will open the new season on Friday night with a new superstar, some impressive rookies and a familiar player — captain Nick Foligno — in a new position.
Having made the Canucks, Boeser and Virtanen know the hard part is yet to come

Having made the Canucks, Boeser and Virtanen know the hard part is yet to come

VANCOUVER — Brock Boeser spent some nervous days in his hotel room, wondering if he had done enough in training camp and pre-season to stick with the Vancouver Canucks.
Just a small group of visor-less players remaining in NHL

Just a small group of visor-less players remaining in NHL

TORONTO — Vancouver defenceman Erik Gudbranson is part of a dwindling group of players in the NHL that still chooses to play without a visor. Not even a broken orbital bone in his second season could convince him to start wearing one.
Ottawa Senators sign defenceman Mark Borowiecki to two-year extension

Ottawa Senators sign defenceman Mark Borowiecki to two-year extension

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators signed defenceman Mark Borowiecki to a US$2.4-million, two-year contract extension on Thursday. Borowiecki had three points in a career-high 70 games last season and led the NHL in hits (364) and penalty minutes (154).