The NHL took out full-page newspaper ads throughout the U.S. and Canada to apologize for the lockout.
Oh, wow. The Bruins are atop NHL.com’s initial power rankings.
Hey, Rick Nash. The lights are a lot brighter on Broadway than they were back in Columbus. USA Today’s Kevin Allen has the story on the Rangers newcomer heading onto the big stage.
UMass Lowell extended its winning streak to eight games last night, beating Providence by a score of 2-1. Connor Hellebuyck stopped 31-of-32 in the win for the River Hawks. Jon Gillies (South Portland, Maine) took the loss despite a 48-save effort.
The Monarchs will look to put an end to a two-game skid when they visit the Sharks in Worcester tonight. Manchester has won just twice in their seven matchups so far this season.
On this day in 1999, the Bruins beat the living daylights out of the Nashville Predators, running away with an 8-1 win at the FleetCenter. Steve Heinze (Lawrence, Mass.) had two goals for Boston. A total of 14 Bruins had at least a point.
Today on NEHJ
We’ll have Andy Merritt’s latest Hockey East Journal and this week’s college hockey power rankings.
This is amazing. On Thursday, May 23, the Florence Freedom will be giving away the Manti Te'o Girlfriend Bobblehead to the first 1000 fans through the gates. Yes, the minor-league baseball team says, the box will be empty.