San Jose Sharks with SAP Sports.

“We created enough chances to score at least another goal, which would’ve given us a point. I can’t be too hard on our effort." Coach DeBoer

Here's your Molson Canadian post-game round up following tonight’s 6-3..

Ottawa Senators

Here's your Molson Canadian post-game round up following tonight’s 6-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins at the PPG Paints Arena.

Sens vs. Penguins - Post-game Media:
Dion Phaneuf following trade:

Photo Gallery:

Brassard blasts one past Murray:
White buries nice feed from McCormick:
Duchene’s tip-in PPG:
Anderson’s sliding pad save:
Anderson turns away Letang:

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San Jose Sharks is at SAP Center.

San Jose Sharks

The San Jose Sharks put up 41 shots, but fall to the Arizona Coyotes for the first time this season.


Dion Phaneuf talks about trade to Kings - LA Kings Insider

Los Angeles Kings

“There’s a lot of different emotions but I’m really excited about where I’m going and it’s an exciting time for me to think about being with the LA Kings.” - Dion Phaneuf

See Phaneuf's full thoughts on being traded to the Kings:

Blackhawks fall 5-2 in Vegas.

Chicago Blackhawks

Blackhawks fall 5-2 in Vegas.

Boedker Goal

San Jose Sharks

Mikkel Boedker redirects Justin Braun's blast to the net 🚨

Bergeron, Nash Score Two Each

Boston Bruins


Patrice Bergeron and Riley Nash scored two goals apiece to help lift the B's to a 5-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night at TD Garden. Game Recap and Highlights:

Sharks vs Coyotes Hype

San Jose Sharks

It's a soulful kind of night 🎶

1977-78 Bruins Team Open Video

Boston Bruins

Tonight, we honor the 40th anniversary of the 1977-78 Bruins team which had a NHL record-holding 11, 20-goal scorers. Known as the Lunch Pail A.C., this Bruins Team was one of the toughest and most skilled in NHL history.

40th Anniversary of 1977-78 Boston Bruins

Boston Bruins

"It was one of the toughest, meanest teams in the league...I wouldn't want to play us."

🎥 Hear Don Cherry, Rick Middleton, Brad Park, and Bobby Miller reflect on the 40th anniversary of the 1977-78 Boston Bruins – the only team in NHL history with 11 20-goal scorers: