Rangers Trade Michael Grabner in a Rare Deal With the Devils
The struggling Rangers continued to break up its roster by sending Grabner, their leading goal scorer this season, across the Hudson River.
N.H.L.’s Retreat from the Olympics Makes Russia a Hockey Favorite
With N.H.L. players unavailable, the team from Russia, built almost entirely from two K.H.L. squads, may have its best chance for Olympic gold since it last won, in 1992.
It’s Groundhog Day for Women’s Hockey: U.S. vs. Canada Again
The United States and Canada face each other for the Olympic gold medal on Thursday. What else is new?
Rangers Trade Nick Holden to Bruins
The Rangers received a minor league defenseman, Rob O’Gara, and a third-round draft pick in the trade.
Four Fans Barred From Blackhawks’ Home Games for Racist Remarks
The fans at United Center directed racist taunts toward Capitals forward Devante Smith-Pelly, who is black, during a game Saturday night.
An American Goalie’s Hot Hand Takes Her All the Way to the Olympics
Maddie Rooney, a little-known goaltender at Minnesota-Duluth, has had a whirlwind year that led her to a spot on the United States Olympic women’s hockey team.
With the Rangers Sinking, Big Changes Are Coming
The Rangers, perennial playoff contenders, are in last place in the N.H.L.’s Metropolitan Division. The team’s executives acknowledged Thursday that it was time to rebuild.
Blackhawks Fans Ejected After Racial Taunts Aimed at the Caps’ Devante Smith-Pelly
Smith-Pelly was in the penalty box when the fans taunted him, chanting that he belonged in basketball. An off-ice official sitting next to Smith-Pelly notified security.
Japan’s Women’s Hockey Team Wants to Be Known for Wins, Not Smiles
The team known as Smile Japan is ranked ninth in the world, and its players are not simply happy to have qualified for the Olympics. They want a medal.
From Olympic Press Box, Chronicling the Changing Color of Hockey
William G. Douglas, who covers politics and blogs about diversity in hockey, will be on hand as Jordan Greenway makes his Olympic debut as the first African-American to play for the U.S. men’s team.
Canada Finds Itself in an Unusual Role: A Hockey Underdog
Canada has won the past two Olympic men’s hockey tournaments, but with no N.H.L. stars available, the country’s depth of talent will be tested.
For Korean Hockey Team, Japan Is Both Measuring Stick and Nemesis
Thrust into the role of diplomats at the Pyeongchang Olympics, Korea’s hockey players really just want to beat Japan.
Forced Into Action, Young Bruins Spark the Team’s Rise
Boston has overcome early-season injuries and the integration of rookies into the lineup to become one of the best teams in the N.H.L.’s Eastern Conference.
A Japanese Hockey Prodigy Eyes a Path to the N.H.L.
Aito Iguchi is among a growing number of teenage players in Japan who are seeking to reach the highest levels of hockey in North America.
Win No. 34 Gives Golden Knights the Most of Any N.H.L. Expansion Team
Vegas exceeded the previous record held by Anaheim and Florida.