• The Canadian Press

    Need a player to root for? Pavelski, Burns, Giordano among veterans who haven't won the Stanley Cup

    Joe Pavelski and Brent Burns made the playoffs seven times together as teammates in San Jose, reaching the conference finals and getting all the way to the Stanley Cup Final in 2016 under Peter DeBoer. Zach Parise captained New Jersey to the final in 2012. All those runs ended in defeat. Pavelski and Ryan Suter are now teammates playing for DeBoer all over again, now with Dallas, Parise, after several years alongside Suter in Minnesota, is now with rival Colorado and Burns is the No. 1 defensema

  • CBC

    Despite decline in ticket sales, the Winnipeg Jets have never lost money, True North says

    The company that owns the Winnipeg Jets says it's never lost money since the NHL returned to Winnipeg in 2011, not even during a recent downturn in ticket sales at Canada Life Centre.True North Sports & Entertainment has turned a profit on its combined hockey, arena and merchandising operations every year the NHL has been in Winnipeg, executive chair Mark Chipman said during a wide-ranging interview about the economics of operating a professional sports franchise in the smallest market in the Na

  • The Canadian Press

    PWHL hits its home stretch after women's world hockey championship

    The Professional Women's Hockey League enters the home stretch of its inaugural season Thursday when it resumes following the world championship break. Montreal is at home to Minnesota and Toronto visits Boston on Thursday. Each of the six clubs has five games remaining in the regular season that concludes May 5 with Toronto hosting Ottawa. The playoffs start the week of May 6. Toronto (10-3-0-6), Minnesota (8-4-3-4), Montreal (7-3-4-5) and Ottawa (7-0-6-6) were in playoff position. Boston (4-4-

  • The Canadian Press

    Kadri helps Flames rally to edge Coyotes 6-5

    CALGARY — Trailing by a goal entering the third period, Nazem Kadri stepped up as he has all season. Kadri scored the tying and winning goals while also adding an assist on Sunday night to lead the Calgary Flames to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Arizona Coyotes. “There's not too many nights where (Kadri) hasn't factored into a game,” said Flames coach Ryan Huska. “I'm happy for the way he's approached his season this year, he's done a lot of great things for us." Kadri leads the club in scorin