NHL Headlines Of The WeekThings are beginning to heat up around the NHL as we approach the quarter-mark of the 2017-2018 NHL season. Here are this week's top NHL headlines.
Matt Murray Had The Save Of The Year [VIDEO]Murray put together a dazzling sequence later in the period, sticking his paddle out to knock Mark Letestu's shot out of harm's way.
Three's Company; Pens Eye 1st NHL Three-Peat In 35 YearsThe parade celebrating the Pittsburgh Penguins' second straight Stanley Cup was still raging on that hot afternoon in mid-June when Mike Sullivan decided it was time to up the ante.
Stanley Cup Champion Penguins Accept White House InvitationSidney Crosby is backing the Pittsburgh Penguins' decision to accept a White House invitation from President Donald Trump.
After Penguins Win The Stanley Cup, Fans Eat Raw Catfish [VIDEO]The Predators' amazing, improbable playoff run finally is over.
Crosby, Pens Cap Amazing Year With 2nd Straight Stanley CupEven Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins are going to be challenged trying to top this.
Blowouts More Common Than Close Games In Stanley Cup FinalOnly three games were decided by three goals or more in the Final over the previous five years.
Stanley Cup Finals: Penguins Rout Predators 6-0 To Take 3-2 Series LeadThe final score tied for the seventh-biggest blowout in Cup Final history.
WATCH: Two Predators Fans Celebrate Game 4 Win With Make Out Session On Live TVFans in Nashville had a wild Monday night celebrating their team's huge win, but one couple in particular stole the show.
Preds Even Stanley Cup Final At 2-2, Beat Penguins 4-1Frederick Gaudreau sure is doing his best to earn his own locker with the Nashville Predators with a Stanley Cup Final debut for the ages.
Crosby Has No Time For Subban's Games; Nashville Crowd Taunts Crosby With Chant [VIDEO]"He likes the attention and things like that so I mean if he wants to make stuff up, ... what can I do?" Crosby said Sunday.
From Hockey 101, Preds Bring Stanley Cup Final To Music CityTerry Crisp sorely wishes that he and fellow broadcaster Pete Weber had recorded their "Hockey 101" sessions from the early days of the Nashville Predators.