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Canucks' Miller: 'Dangerous' to rush team back
Canucks forward J.T. Miller told reporters on Wednesday that his team is being rushed onto the ice after a COVID-19 outbreak, saying it is "dangerous to a lot of players."[read more]

Capitals sign Sheary to two-year, $3M extension
Forward Conor Sheary, who signed with the Capitals on Dec. 23, was rewarded with a two-year, $3 million extension. He has 11 goals and 8 assists this season.[read more]

Stars goalie Bishop, wing Radulov done for year
Stars goalie Ben Bishop and forward Alexander Radulov are done for the season.[read more]

Sabres' Eichel done for season with neck injury
Sabres captain Jack Eichel will miss the rest of the season with a herniated disc in his neck.[read more]

NHL Playoff Watch Daily: Who will win the West's fourth spot?
The Avs, Golden Knights and Wild have distanced themselves from the pack. But there's a jumble behind them, as all eight teams take the ice Wednesday.[read more]

Stars' Seguin (hip) may play before season ends
Optimistic Dallas general manager Jim Nill said Monday that forward Tyler Seguin (hip) is set to begin skating with the taxi squad and may be able to return to play this season for the Stars.[read more]

Disappointing Blue Jackets start new chapter
General manager Jarmo Kekalainen sees the overhaul of the Columbus Blue Jackets as "an opportunity to reload" rather than a rebuilding job.[read more]

NHL Power Rankings: Hinge players for all 31 teams down the stretch
The Avalanche remain in the top spot another week. Plus, which players will have an outsized impact on the playoff races?[read more]

Memorial Cup canceled for second straight year
The Canadian Hockey League announced Tuesday that for the second straight year, the Memorial Cup has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.[read more]

Fantasy hockey: NHL trade deadline wrap
Get caught up on all the moves from around the NHL trade deadline, including who to add and what situations to monitor as we head into the fantasy hockey playoffs.[read more]