Goalie Grudge Match


Winner take ALL...and bragging rights as to who is the BETTER goalie. FINALLY.

Filip Hronek Nets Shootout Game Winner For Griffins


Defenseman Filip Hronek was assigned to Grand Rapids after his OHL Saginaw Spirit team failed to make the playoffs. Last night In just his 8th AHL game, Hronek got the nod to take a shot in the shootout against the Charlotte Checkers and boy did he make it count. His shootout goal starts at 1:51 of the video, and to make things even better, his goal is against former long time Griffin goaltender Thomas McCollum. It's not quite the standard skate in and shoot technique, but he kept his feet moving and the puck going forward so it counts. Hronek finished his rookie OHL season with 14 goals and 47 assists for 61 points in 59 games, which was the 4th highest scoring defenseman in the league. He's a very exciting prospect and I think he'll progress quickly.

Watch: Frans Nielsen sets up Thomas Vanek for power-play goal


The new guys stay hot as Frans Nielsen hits Thomas Vanek for the game-tying PP goal.

VIDEO: Gordie Howe and Ed Snider remembered at NHL Awards


A wonderful tribute from Gary Bettman, and company to two hockey legends: Ed Snider, and Gordie Howe. Video from NBCSN.

Wayne Gretzky on Gordie Howe's Death


Dan Patrick had Wayne Gretzky on today to discuss Gordie Howe and his legacy.

Watch the highlights from Red Wings 2-0 game three shutout victory


If you missed the action last night, look no further. Highlights courtesy of NBC.

Dylan Larkin scores first career NHL playoff goal


Dylan Larkin picked up the equalizing goal. First career playoffs goal for the rookie. Video courtesy of NBC.

Red Wings fans chant "one more year" as Pavel Datsyuk is honored for 600 assists


Red Wings fans react to reports of Pavel Datsyuk leaving one year early for Russia. Vine credit to Brad Galli of WXYZ-TV Detroit.

Anthony Mantha's first career goal brings tears to his grandpa's eyes


Doesn't get much better than this. Former four-time Stanley Cup champion Andre Pronovost finds himself in tears watching his grandson score his first-career NHL goal against his former team.