- Grigorenko one of the top prospects for this year’s NHL Draft
The rest is here: Quebec Remparts’ Mikhail Grigorenko Named BMO Rookie of the Year
Tomas Plekanec scored a rare short-handed goal with his team down two players as the Montreal Canadiens defeated the rival Toronto Maple Leafs 4-1 in the final NHL regular season game for two teams eliminated from post-season play.
More here: Canadiens end season by beating Maple Leafs
Herb Carnegie, who many believed was the best black player never to play in the NHL, has died. He was 92. Carnegie, a dazzling centreman, businessman, philanthropist, championship golfer and Order of Canada recipient, leaves behind a remarkable legacy.
Read more: Hockey pioneer Herb Carnegie dead at 92
With one of their cornerstones playing like this, the Carolina Hurricanes certainly didn’t miss their other one.
Eric Staal stayed on his scoring tear with two goals and an assist, and Justin Peters cruised to his first NHL shutout in the Hurricanes’ 5-0 rout of the reeling Washington Capitals on Monday night.
Read more: Staal, Peters propel Hurricanes to whitewash of Capitals
Red-and-white clad fans haven’t seen the Detroit Red Wings lose at home in more than three months.
The NHL has never seen such success at home in one season.
See the original post: Wings get NHL-record 21st straight home win
A person familiar with the NHL’s plan says the Detroit Red Wings will host the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2013 Winter Classic.
The person spoke on the condition of anonymity Wednesday because the league is not expected to announce the lineup until Thursday.
Read more: Wings, Leafs to play at "Big House"
Martin St. Louis had a memorable milestone game.
St. Louis scored three times in his 900th NHL game, Steven Stamkos added his league-leading 34th goal and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Florida Panthers 6-3 on Saturday night.
Read more from the original source: St. Louis celebrates milestone with treble