Warriors players fire back after Shaq attacks JaVale McGee on Twitter
Washington Capitals forward prospect Stanislav Galiev is on the trading block, according to multiple sources, with the NHL’s March 1 trade deadline approaching. Galiev has 15 goals and 11 assists in 33 games with the Hershey Bears this season, but his opportunities at the NHL level have been limited. Washington has been the league’s healthiest team, and when the Capitals have needed a forward — such as Friday night against the Edmonton Oilers — other prospects have been recalled ahead of him. In an effort to help him find better playing opportunity elsewhere, the Capitals and Galiev’s representation have had discussions about trading him before the deadline. Galiev, 25, a third-round pick in
Mother Nature appears ready to make a kick save on spring ahead of the Stadium Series game between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night at Heinz Field. After a week of temperatures more suitable for early May than late February gave NHL vice president of facilities operations Dan Craig some anxious moments, a cold front expected to move in early Saturday morning should have things feeling a bit more seasonal when the puck drops between the cross-state rivals. There's even a chance of snow before game's end, a startling contrast from pleasant mid-70s that greeted the Penguins when they arrived for their skate Friday. "I'm not watching (the weather) too much now," Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby said.
Nashville Predators News & Notes Filip Forsberg powers Predators with consecutive hat tricks | The Tennessean You keep doing you, Fil. Rexrode: Rinne wants to hand Predators’ keys to Saros … later | The Tennessean I feel like this was a really awkward interview for Pekka Rinne. Around the World of Hockey Fantasy Hockey - news, rumors and more on all 30 NHL teams | ESPN Having Rinne and Saros on your fantasy team would be pretty deadly. Four Canucks out with symptoms of mumps | NHL Here we go again... Best Villain, Best Director and more: Handing out the NHL Oscars | FOX Sports The Best Villain has to be Brad Marchand. NHL odds: How many players (and which ones) will be traded by the deadline?