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Lineup picks, matchups, start or sit advice for Tuesday
Your essential guide to the top fantasy hockey player picks and NHL matchups for Tuesday, Jan. 31.[read more]

CAA signs eight in initial women's hockey push
CAA signed eight women's hockey players, promising to provide the same level of services it does for NHL clients as it looks to grow the sport.[read more]

812 goals and counting: The Alex Ovechkin goal-scoring tracker
Ovi has passed Gordie Howe for second in all-time NHL goals with 802. See highlights of his goals from this season's chase.[read more]

Trade grades: Horvat fills a need for the Islanders -- but at a high cost
The former Canucks captain is a big upgrade down the middle for New York. We grade both GMs on the swap.[read more]

Islanders fill 'a need,' snare Horvat from Canucks
The New York Islanders, struggling for offense and trying to stay close in the race for the final playoff berth in the Eastern Conference, acquired center Bo Horvat in a trade with the Vancouver Canucks on Monday, the teams announced.[read more]

Hall of Famer Hull, the Golden Jet, dies at 84
Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Hull has died at the age of 84, the Chicago Blackhawks announced Monday.[read more]

Rankings update: Ten players who would benefit from a trade
Sean Allen provides the latest updates in who's rising, who's falling, and other player trends from around the league.[read more]

Chasing history in Boston: The numbers behind the Bruins' wild 2022-23 season
The B's are on pace for NHL records in wins and points, along with some individual superlatives as well. Follow along here with our updated tracker.[read more]

Debating big questions on the Bruins: Team MVP, toughest challenger, trades to make
Boston is winning at an historic pace this season. Who do our experts think is most responsible? Which Eastern team can beat them in the playoffs? Who could join them for the final stretch?[read more]

Caufield chose surgery given Habs' playoff outlook
Montreal winger Cole Caufield said Friday he wouldn't be having season-ending surgery on his right shoulder if the Canadiens were in playoff contention.[read more]