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Coach: Senators who had COVID-19 recovered
Senators coach D.J. Smith said Wednesday that all members of the organization who tested positive for the coronavirus have recovered.[read more]

Lafrenière tops draft-eligible prospect list
It makes little difference to Alexis Lafreniere when, where or how he'll learn about being selected in the NHL draft.[read more]

Schelling 1st woman GM of top men's pro team
Florence Schelling has been named the general manager of SC Bern of the National League in Switzerland. At just 31, she is the first female GM in top-level men's professional hockey.[read more]

The best NHL coronavirus pause trend? Players adding dogs to the family
From Brock Boeser doubling his pack, to Lightning players fostering an entire litter, NHLers are adding four-legged friends during self-isolation.[read more]

Leafs sign KHL star Barabanov to 1-year deal
Alexander Barabanov, who had 11 goals and 20 points in 43 games this season for SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL, has signed with the Maple Leafs.[read more]

Third Avs player tests positive for coronavirus
A third player for the Colorado Avalanche has tested positive for the coronavirus, the league announced Tuesday.[read more]

Bettman unsure if NHL can finish regular season
Commissioner Gary Bettman says it "may not be possible" to finish the NHL's regular season.[read more]

Oilers' Cave in induced coma after brain surgery
Oilers forward Colby Cave underwent emergency surgery Tuesday, during which doctors removed a colloid cyst that was causing pressure on his brain. He remains in a medically induced coma.[read more]

NHL viewers club: Battle of Pennsylvania needs OT
Let's head back to Jan. 31 for a clash between Sidney Crosby & Co. and their in-state rivals. Here's what to watch as you view it again.[read more]

New coach Hynes using stoppage to study Preds
John Hynes has been coach of the Predators only since early January, so he's trying to make up for some lost time with the NHL paused for the coronavirus pandemic.[read more]