5:14 PM ET The Boston Bruins signed forwards Charlie Coyle and Chris Wagner to longterm extensions. Coyle’s deal is for six years, running through the 2025-26 season with an annual cap hit of $5.25 million. Coyle, 27, is now the Bruins player under contract for the longest. Brad Marchand’s deal runs through the 2024-25 season.
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This column is an opinion by sports freelance writer Vicki Hall. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. The Calgary Flames are set to hit the ice tonight in Buffalo without the services of Bill Peters, who is under investigation for allegations of racism and abuse levelled by former players.  Should the allegations be
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11:03 AM ET Associated Press BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Sabres‘ list of injuries continues to grow, with defenseman Rasmus Dahlin out indefinitely with a concussion. The playmaking defenseman was hurt when he was elbowed in the face by Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Erik Cernak in Buffalo’s 5-2 loss Monday. Cernak wasn’t penalized for the hit
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7:00 AM ET This Thursday is Thanksgiving, or as it’s known in the hockey community, “American Thanksgiving.” It’s a day full of annual traditions, from gluttonous gorging resulting in food comas to watching horrible football games to seeing which retired players the NHL ropes in for its Thanksgiving Day parade float. (As an aside, the
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1:27 PM ET Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving announced that coach Bill Peters will not be behind the bench Wednesday for the game at the Buffalo Sabres, as the investigation into whether Peters directed racial slurs toward a former player continues. The statement came hours after Treliving announced Tuesday that Peters had not been
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Mitch Marner stood in his hoodie and said he had repaired his relationship with Mike Babcock, sure. He texted his former coach after he was fired by the Toronto Maple Leafs. Yeah, Babcock had played a weird, power-trip humiliation game with him when Marner was a rookie. But Marner wanted to put it all behind
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