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Report: Victor de Bonis out as Aquilini Group COO

Victor de Bonis is reportedly out as COO of the Aquilini Group.

The Pat-cast: Alex Edler’s gold helmet

Jason Botchford and Jeff Paterson are back to talk about Edler's future in Vancouver on the back of a strong performance at the Worlds.

Ben Kuzma: Malhotra hoping Canucks draw on his coaching savvy

The rebuilding Canucks are looking to improve the coaching talent surrounding new bench boss Travis Green. Manny Malhotra would like a shot.

STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS – May 23/17

In case you missed it while soberly commemorating Queen Victoria's birthday on the wrong day, the Preds won the Western Conference finals yesterday, playing at home in a non-western country time...

Hobbled Burrows hoping chase of elusive Stanley Cup continues

Alex Burrows knows about ebb and flow. The injured Ottawa Senators winger watched helplessly Sunday as his club absorbed a 7-0 pummelling in Pittsburgh as the defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins moved to within a victory of returning to the final series.

STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS & 2017 WHC GOLD MEDAL OPEN THREAD- May 21/17

An unlikely hero leads a seriously battered and beaten Nashville squad to victory on the road, and they can eliminate Anaheim Monday night. Today, the Alex Burrows-less Senators look to move a step closer to the Finals, while Canada takes on Sweden, shooting for their first World Championships 3peat in 65 years.

Religion In Hockey Part One: NHL Players

In part one of this look at religion in hockey, we look at how faith has influenced NHL players and how religion is developing in the game.

Jeff Paterson: Taste of winning at Worlds could fuel Edler’s desire for change

Imagine for a moment, Alex Edler's biggest takeaway from the World Hockey Championships in Germany isn't a (potential) gold medal but rather a reminder of what it's like to play high-level, high-stakes hockey at this time of year.

STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS OPEN THREAD- May 20/17

Pittsburgh hung on to tie up their series with Ottawa last night, and Anaheim will hope that home ice and their captain not being suspended for a homophobic slur will help them in Game 5 tonight.

STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS OPEN THREAD- May 19/17

Anaheim got lucky in OT after dominating most of the game and then coughing up a 2 goal lead against Nashville. Tonight, the Pittsburgh Penguins make a lineup change that has some saying it's a panic move as they look to avoid going down 3-1 to the Ottawa Senators.

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