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Trocheck scores with 4.8 seconds left to give Panthers win.

Vincent Trocheck fires a shot from the point that Jake Allen does not see which gives the Panthers a 2-1 win over the Blues.

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Blues' Tarasenko surprises 11-year-old fan.

Blues right winger Vladimir Tarasenko surprises 11-year-old fan Ariana Dougan with a trip for her birthday to go on the team's charter flight for St. Louis' games against Arizona and Colorado.

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Coyotes scores three times in first period of win.

Christian Dvorak, Jakob Chychrun and Radim Vrbata each score in the first period as the Coyotes hold off the Ducks 3-2.

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Matthews scores sweet backhand goal in Maple Leafs' win.

Auston Matthews skates in on Cam Ward and beats him with a backhand shot while falling down in Toronto's 4-0 shutout victory.

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Trouba gets two-game suspension for high hit.

Jacob Trouba was assessed a two-game suspension after hitting Senators winger Mark Stone in the head, forcing Stone to leave the game.

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Albom remembers Mike Ilitch's legacy.

Mitch Albom pays tribute to Detroit's own Mike Ilitch, remembering his impact as an owner on the city and on both the Tigers and Red Wings.

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Coyotes prospect scores goal with opponent's stick.

In a bizarre turn of events, Erie Otters forward Dylan Strome is forced to pick up his opponent's stick before executing a perfect give-and-go.

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Is Nyquist's six-game suspension too lenient?

The Around the Horn panel all agree that Red Wings forward Gustav Nyquist should have received a heftier suspension than six games.

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Sadly the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety missed the mark badly by suspending Detroit's Gustav Nyquist for just six games for his brutal stick to the face of Minnesota's Jared Spurgeon in a clear case of retaliation. The league acknowledged the result could have been career threatening and yet because Spurgeon wasn't seriously injured and Nyquist has no history of this type of behavior the league declined to make a strong statement in giving a suspension half what the act warranted.

Scott Burnside, ESPN Senior Writer

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The greatest mullets in sports history.

As hockey great Jaromir Jagr turns 45, take a look back at his signature hairstyle and a few other sports figures brave enough to wear the mullet.

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Habs GM Marc Bergevin meeting media right now in Montreal. Says firing Michel Therrien was a very difficult decision but felt his team reached a "turning point" and needed a new voice. Said the fact that a quality coach like Claude Julien was suddenly available wasn't main reason for the timing, hinting that change might have happened regardless. Which explains why a source confirms Montreal also sought permission from Florida to speak with Gerard Gallant but in the end didn't end up talking to him.

Pierre LeBrun, ESPN Senior Writer

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    A look at all recent deals in the NHL, including every official trade made so far during the 2016-17 season.

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