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Chasing history in Boston: The numbers behind the Bruins' wild 2022-23 season
The B's are on pace for NHL records in wins and points, along with some individual superlatives as well. Follow along here with our updated tracker.[read more]

Debating big questions on the Bruins: Team MVP, toughest challenger, trades to make
Boston is winning at an historic pace this season. Who do our experts think is most responsible? Which Eastern team can beat them in the playoffs? Who could join them for the final stretch?[read more]

'A little adversity': Bruins lose 2 in row for 1st time
Florida forward Sam Reinhart scored 17 seconds into overtime to give the Panthers a 4-3 victory over the NHL-leading Bruins on Saturday night, securing Boston's first two-game losing streak of the season.[read more]

NYC Pride unaware of Rangers' jersey decision
The New York Rangers did not wear Pride Night jerseys or use rainbow stick tape during warmups on Friday night, despite promoting them in ticket sales materials leading up to the game.[read more]

Mikheyev to have surgery, played with torn ACL
Canucks right winger Ilya Mikheyev is set to have season-ending surgery on his left knee, GM Patrik Allvin said, after tearing his ACL in the team's first preseason game Sept. 25.[read more]

Caufield chose surgery given Habs' playoff outlook
Montreal winger Cole Caufield said Friday he wouldn't be having season-ending surgery on his right shoulder if the Canadiens were in playoff contention.[read more]

All-Star Beniers to miss next 2 games for Kraken
Seattle Kraken rookie All-Star Matty Beniers will miss the team's final two games before the All-Star break after taking a big hit from Vancouver's Tyler Myers earlier this week.[read more]

Women's college hockey: Top players, key storylines, Frozen Four picks
With the regular season nearing the homestretch, we check in with our experts on the teams and players to watch the rest of the way.[read more]

Leafs lose Matthews (knee) for at least 3 weeks
Toronto will be without star Auston Matthews for at least the next three weeks. The reigning Hart Trophy winner suffered a knee sprain in Wednesday's win.[read more]

Bolts win 11th straight at home, end Bruins' run
Victor Hedman scored the go-ahead goal with 6:31 remaining, and Tampa Bay tied a team record with its 11th straight home victory by defeating NHL-best Boston on Thursday night.[read more]