Sergei Fedorov scored the only goal for the Capitals in their 2-1 loss to the Flames on Tuesday. It was Fedorov's 473rd NHL, tying him with Alexander Mogilny for the most by any Russian born-and-trained player. The only other Russian with at least 400 NHL goals was Pavel Bure (437) , though I suspect Alexander Ovechkin and Ilya Kovalchuk will join this group in a few more years.
People like to make fun of hockey fans in the deep south. But there is a long history of hockey in North Carolina.
Wayne Gretzky's Phoenix Coyotes were in Montreal last weekend. Gretzky has fond memories of Montreal.
Leafs legend Bobby Baun visited Orillia, Ontario to celebrate the 35th anniversary of a Hearing Aid Service.
Phil Housley talks about how honored he is to win the Lester Patrick Award.
Al MacInnis will be inducted into the Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame.
OHL Hockey News looks back at the career of WHA star Jim Dorey and Frank Mahovlich.
Claude Lemieux is inching closer to returning to the NHL, writes The Fourth Period.
The Montreal Gazette remembers goalies of yesteryear in their book review of Saving Face.
Long forgotten players Charlie Stephens and Ed Courtenay are very much in demand in Europe. They may not have had much of a NHL career, but they're still billed as former NHL stars across the Atlantic.