Coach Joel Quenneville

NHL: Joel Quenneville Steps Down as Head Coach for Florida Panthers Amid Allegations of Non-Action in Blackhawks Sexual Assault Scandal

NHL coach Joel Quenneville steps down from his post in Florida Panthers amid Blackhawks sexual assault case.
New York Rangers Mourn the Passing of Hockey Hall of Famer Rod Gilbert

New York Rangers Mourn the Passing of Hockey Hall of Famer Rod Gilbert

The National Hockey League's (NHL) New York Rangers mourned the death of hockey Hall of Famer Rod Gilbert on Sunday.
NHL Goaltender Tony Esposito Dies at 78; Blackhawks Mourn Passing of Hockey Legend

NHL Goaltender Tony Esposito Dies at 78; Blackhawks Mourn Passing of Hockey Legend

Chicago Blackhawks lament the passing of NHL goaltender and Hockey Hall of Famer Tony Esposito at the age of 78.
Evander Kane Wife Says NHL Star Is a Gambling Addict Who Throws His Own Games to Win Money

Evander Kane Wife Says NHL Star Is a Gambling Addict Who Throws His Own Games to Win Money

The pregnant wife of National Hockey League (NHL) star Evander Kane alleged that her husband was a gambling addict who tanked games for profit.
NHL Goalie Matiss Kivlenieks of Columbus Blue Jackets Dies After Fireworks Accident

NHL Goalie Matiss Kivlenieks of Columbus Blue Jackets Dies After Fireworks Accident

NHL goalie Matiss Kivlenieks from Columbus Blue Jackets died after a fireworks accident on the Fourth of July.
Chicago Blackhawks

Top 3 Reasons Why Blackhawks Are Stanley Cup Champions Again

The Chicago Blackhawks won their third Stanley Cup in six season with a 2-0 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the finals. It was the first time that a game in this series was decided by more than one goal and also turned out to be the first one featuring a shutout. For such players as Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, it was business as usual. For the Tampa Bay Lightning, it was a huge disappointment. Tampa Bay was fancied to make a big statement, but simply could not take down a far more experienced club. Here are some reasons why Chicago is the Stanley Cup champion yet again.
Tampa Bay Lightning, Stanley Cup Finals 2015

Stanley Cup Finals - Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Chicago Blackhawks Game 3 Results, Analysis: Three Reasons Why Bolts Won Game 3

The Tampa Bay Lightning seized control of the Stanley Cup finals by winning Game three 3-2 and taking a 2-1 lead in the best of seven series. The game was not quite the offensive battle that was Game two, but it certainly showed the two teams playing with aggression and a high-flying style that has made this series so entertaining. With the win, the Lightning are now two wins away from claiming their first Stanley Cup since 2004. Here are three reasons why John Cooper's team is in the lead.
Chicago Blackhawks

Chicago Blackhawks vs. Tampa Bay Lightning Game 1 Analysis: 4 Reasons Why Blackhawks Won Stanley Cup Final Opener

A Champion knows how to win in the face of adversity. No odds are too great or mountain too difficult to overcome. The Chicago Blackhawks are champions. Or at least they have been twice since 2010. The team proved that yet again with a thrilling Game 1 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. True to form, the Blackhawks came back from a late 1-0 deficit to win 2-1, with two goals in under two minutes. Here are some reasons why Chicago currently has a 1-0 lead in the best of seven series.
Chicago Blackhawks

Stanley Cup Finals 2015 - Chicago Blackhawks vs. Tampa Bay Lightning Preview: Which Team Holds the Edge?

The Stanley Cup finals are upon us and for the first time in history the Chicago Blackhawks will do battle with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Chicago is this generation's version of a dynasty winning the Stanley Cup in 2010 and 2013 and making the Conference finals a year ago before falling to the eventual champion Los Angeles Kings. Tampa Bay won a Stanley Cup back in 2004 but had not won a playoff game since losing Game 7 of the 2011 Eastern Conference Finals. Now the team is looking like a strong candidate to win this year's cup. But which side is the favorite?
Henrik Lundqvist

NHL Playoffs 2014-15 Predictions: A Look at Conference Semifinals Matchups

The NHL Conference semifinals are upon us with a number of interesting rivalries set to take place. Here is a look at each one and how the matchups could wind up.
Steven Stamkos

2015 NHL Playoffs: Detroit Red Wings vs. Tampa Bay Lightning: How to Watch, Who Will Win

The NHL will have its second Game 7 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs Wednesday as the Tampa Bay Lightning and Detroit Red Wings face off in the pivotal game. The other Game 7 was between the Washington Capitals and New York Islanders, which Washington won 2-1. This game between Tampa and Detroit features a number of unique and prominent storylines that could decide the outcome. Here is a look at these stories.
Detroit Red Wings

NHL Playoffs 2015 Predictions, Schedule: Game 7 For NY Islanders & Washington Capitals; Detroit to Close Out Tampa Bay?

There are only two NHL series remaining in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. One of those series will come to an end on Monday, while the other could also meet its ending or get an extension through Wednesday.Latin Post takes a look at these do-or-die games and predicts whose NHL season will continue and who will go home:
Ondrej Pavelec was one reason why the WInnipeg Jets are heading to summer vacation earlier than any other team.

NHL Playoffs 2014-15 Obituary: Why Winnipeg Jets Were Swept by Anaheim Ducks

Why the Winnipeg Jets are no longer Stanely Cup contenders.
Will the Islanders rally around Lubomir Visnovsky's injury and take Game 5 against the Washington Capitals?

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs: NY Islanders-Washington Capitals Brawl? Vancouver, Nashville Eliminated Tonight?

Round one is slowly but surely coming to an end with two more series facing elimination games on Thursday evening. Here is a look at how things could shake out after Thursday.
Tony Romo

These Three Superstars Just Can't Seem To Find the Third Round of the Playoffs

Tony Romo, Alexander Ovechkin & Chris Paul III share a very common negative similarity. None of these three big names have ever been able to make it to the third round of the postseason in their respective sport.
Devils Goalie Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur Retires: Where Does He Stand Among Top 10 Goalies in NHL History?

Martin Brodeur has officially played his last game in the National Hockey League. Brodeur will make the Hockey Hall of Fame, but before that happens, Latin Post.com counts down the top 10 goaltenders in NHL history.
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