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12:43 PM ET The ECHL has suspended former Jacksonville (Fla.) Icemen forward Jacob Panetta for the remainder of the 2021-22 season for what the league called “a racial gesture” toward South Carolina Stingrays defenseman Jordan Subban last Saturday. Panetta, 26, can ask for a reduction of that 38-game suspension and apply for reinstatement to the
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2:07 AM ET ESPN News Services Colorado Avalanche star Nathan MacKinnon left the ice after being bloodied on a hit in the first period of Wednesday night’s game against the visiting Boston Bruins and did not return. The Avs said MacKinnon suffered an upper-body injury after he absorbed a shoulder shot from the Bruins’ Taylor
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11:26 PM ET ESPN News Services COLUMBUS, Ohio — Matthew Tkachuk scored twice and the Calgary Flames fired a team-record 62 shots on goal in trouncing the Columbus Blue Jackets 6-0 Wednesday night. It was the most shots taken by a visiting team in a regular-season game since the NHL started tracking shots on goal
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12:46 PM ET Philadelphia Flyers‘ captain Claude Giroux won’t be going anywhere — unless he wants to. The club’s general manager, Chuck Fletcher, made clear in his midseason media availability Wednesday that Giroux, a pending unrestricted free agent, will be moved ahead of the NHL’s March trade deadline only if Giroux himself chooses to be.
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7:49 PM ET ELMONT, N.Y. — Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Keith Yandle became the NHL’s new “Iron Man” on Tuesday night, skating in his 965th consecutive regular-season game to break Doug Jarvis’s all-time record. Yandle set the record when the puck was dropped for the opening faceoff against the New York Islanders. According to the NHL,
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1:00 PM ET Associated Press SAN JOSE, Calif. — San Jose Sharks defenseman Erik Karlsson is expected to miss at least two months with an injury to his left forearm. The Sharks said that Karlsson underwent surgery Monday to repair a small muscle tear in his left forearm. The team said Tuesday that Karlsson is
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7:09 PM ET Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Keith Yandle tied the NHL’s “iron man” record against the Dallas Stars on Monday night, appearing in his 964th straight regular-season game. That equals the record set by former NHL forward Doug Jarvis from 1975 to ’87. Yandle, 35, can break the mark by taking a shift in the
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