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Fantasy hockey forecaster: Feb. 8-14

Sean Allen breaks down matchup data heading into Week 19 of the fantasy hockey season, evaluating the value of low-owned players to target after several shifts in line personnel.

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Crosby hits 900, spurs Pens rally

Sidney Crosby kept the Penguins' hot streak alive by assisting on Kris Letang's OT winner while climbing the record book at the same time.

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Parents of Darnell Nurse wrong to cheer him in fight? (1:06)
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Carey Price back on the ice

Montreal Caandiens goalie Carey Price was back on the ice on Friday morning. A clip from TSN shows the goalie skating and doing light stickhandling with a glove and blocker.

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Waivers list for Feb. 5, 2016

With the Vancouver Canucks evaluating their team ahead of the trade deadline, the following player was placed on waivers.

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SVP's One Big Thing: Watch from your mobile device at Barclays (1:52)
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Top 20 trade targets

Craig Custance ranks the 20 most impactful players that could be traded before the Feb. 29 NHL trading deadline, including Lightning forward Jonathan Drouin and Islanders defenseman Travis Hamonic.

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Anaheim, Tampa the teams to watch post All-Star break (3:04)
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Concussion lawsuit against NHL grows

Twelve more former NHL players have joined a lawsuit claiming the league was negligent in informing them about the dangers of concussions.

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How player speed has changed the NHL

With young players like Dylan Larkin bringing an increased speed element to the ice, how has the NHL changed? Plus, Craig Custance's weekly mailbag.

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Post All-Star and Leo Komarov, Leafs C

Scott Burnside, Craig Custance and Pierre LeBrun check in from Nashville to share their post All-Star break thoughts including the effect of Oilers C Connor McDavid's return and more. Plus, Maple Leafs C Leo Komarov joins the show.

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Photos: If hockey terms were heavy metal bands

Ever wonder what would happen if you mashed up common hockey terms with the world of heavy metal? Well you're in luck, because we know just how that would turn out.

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

The Edmonton Oilers lost 5-1 to the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday. On Sunday, the Islanders trashed the Oilers 8-1. Here's what Connor McDavid said about the last two games.

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Edmonton Oilers coach Todd McLellan had some poignant comments after Sunday's 8-1 loss to the New York Islanders.

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Alex Ovechkin logs 30th goal in victory

Ovechkin scored his 30th goal of the season, becoming the third player to reach 30 goals in his first 11 seasons, as the Capitals edged the Flyers for a 3-2 win.

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Goalie Jeremy Smith is on his way to the Providence Bruins to replace Subban, who remains in stable condition at Mass General.

Bruins prospect Subban fractures larynx

Malcolm Subban suffered the injury when he was struck in the throat by a puck during warmups for Saturday's Providence Bruins game. Boston took Subban, the brother of Canadiens star P.K. Subban, in the first round of the 2012 draft. Story

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruins release update on Malcolm Subban: "Malcolm Subban was struck in the throat with a puck Saturday night during pregame warmups. He was transported to Maine Medical Center and was diagnosed with a fractured larynx. He stayed overnight at Maine Medical Center and was transported to Mass General Hospital on Sunday for further evaluation. He is in stable condition and will be sidelined indefinitely. The team will provide additional details when they become available."