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  • Remembering The Day Mario Lemieux Returned To NHL After Long Absence

    On December 27, 2000, Mario Lemieux returned to the ice for the Pittsburgh Penguins after a 3 1/2-year absence from the game. Keywords: Mario Lemieux, NHL, Hockey, Return, Pittsburgh Penguins, Toronto Maple Leafs

    ThePostGame
    Sat, Dec 27
    4:30 PM PST
    Washington at Pittsburgh
    Preview Game
  • WCup downhill training canceled due to snowfall

    SANTA CATERINA, Italy (AP) -- Snowfall causing poor visibility forced officials to call off the second and final training session for a men's World Cup downhill on the Deborah Compagnoni course on Saturday.

    The Associated Press
  • WATCH: Blues prospect Ty Rattie scores incredible no-look goal

    Ty Rattie was the St. Louis Blues' second-round pick in 2011 and seems to be developing quite nicely. After scoring 31 goals in his professional debut with the AHL's Chicago Wolves last season, he is following it up this year with 15 goals in his first 31 games this season.

    CBS Sports
  • The Ultimate NHL '94 Quiz!

    Its the early 1990's and EA Sports releases the best sports video game ever made. How well do you know it?

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  • NHL Daily Picks: Brooks Orpik, Matt Niskanen return to Pittsburgh

    Welcome to the NHL Daily Picks, where hockey writers Adam Gretz and Chris Peters make their picks for select games every day. One of the more intriguing matchups is in Pittsburgh where the Penguins will be hosting the Washington Capitals. Always a fun game given that Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin,…

    CBS Sports
  • Friday's Sports in Brief

    Pete DeBoer, who coached the New Jersey Devils to the Stanley Cup finals in his first season in 2011-12, was fired Friday, with his aging and diminished team in danger of missing the playoffs for a third straight season.

    The Associated Press
    Sat, Dec 27
    4:00 PM PST
    New Jersey at NY Rangers
    Preview Game
  • WATCH: Swedish league goalie plays Santa in festive win celebration

    Nobody has more fun than Orebro goalie Julius Hudacek, though. From leap frog over teammates, to mimed ice fishing, to doing the Macarena (yes, the Macarena), Hudacek is never out of ideas for his victory performances. Orebro earned a particularly big win Friday over Skelleftea in the Swedish…

    CBS Sports
  • 2015 World Juniors: USA opens with shootout win over Finland

    The U.S. National Junior Team opened the 2015 World Junior Championship with a tough contest against defending gold medalist Finland. The game lived up to that billing as goals were hard to come by, but Team USA earned a hard-fought 2-1 win in the shootout over Finland. It was a bit of an…

    CBS Sports
  • Problems still remain for Devils following coaching change

    When a general manager feels the need to make a coaching change -- particularly an in-season coaching change -- ownership also should take a lengthy look at the job performance of said general manager and the entire front office and whether they have done everything possible to give a coach the…

    CBS Sports
  • German skier Ferstl leads WCup downhill training

    SANTA CATERINA, Italy (AP) -- German skier Josef Ferstl posted the fastest time in the first training session Friday for a World Cup downhill, the final men's race of 2014.

    The Associated Press
  • Devils fire coach Pete DeBoer

    After three-and-a-half seasons behind the team' bench, the New Jersey Devils have fired coach Pete DeBoer. Whether or not the Devils' current place in the standings is a result of DeBoer's coaching, this seemed like a move that has been inevitable for a few weeks now given the results on the ice. …

    CBS Sports
  • Penguins' Steve Downie, Thomas Greiss have the mumps

    After missing the Pittsburgh Penguins' past two games while they underwent testing for mumps, the team announced on Friday that forward Steve Downie and backup goaltender Thomas Greiss have tested positive and will remain in isolation. The Penguins have been one of the teams hit by the NHL's…

    CBS Sports
  • 2015 World Juniors: Ten players to watch besides Eichel, McDavid

    The World Junior Championship is set to begin Friday afternoon and the annual international event could be one of the better collections of talent this tournament has seen. Though there are several age-eligible players that will still be playing in the NHL when the puck drops in Toronto and…

    CBS Sports
  • 2015 World Juniors Preview: McDavid, Eichel take center stage

    The World Junior Championship is here, and since the NHL is still on holiday break, it's the only hockey you can watch on this Friday in late December. Here's the good news: The WJC is pretty much always entertaining, but it should be especially so this year thanks to the setting, the quality of…

    CBS Sports
  • NHL expansion, Islanders' farewell among stories to watch for in 2015

    For months, probably even years, the company line was that the NHL is not expanding, has no plans to expand and it’s certainly not going to relocate struggling teams. With the construction of a new 20,000-seat arena in Las Vegas, the NHL could explore that untapped market for a new team and…

    CBS Sports
  • Sidney Crosby leads hockey's 10 most memorable people of 2014

    Crosby won the Art Ross and Hart Trophies, and the Ted Lindsay Award for good measure in 2013-14. He also earned his second gold medal at the Olympics with Team Canada, scoring his only goal of the tournament in the gold-medal game. Crosby just making it through the NHL season healthy was…

    CBS Sports
    Sat, Dec 27
    7:00 PM PST
    San Jose at Los Angeles
    Preview Game
  • Mumps, analytics and the Kings: The top hockey stories of 2014

    Another year has come and gone, and 2014 turned out to be a rather exciting one for the game of hockey. We saw historical collapses, historical comebacks, the return of mumps to the national spotlight, and NHL players participaiting in the Winter Olympics for what might have been the final time,…

    CBS Sports
  • Austria off to worst downhill start in 25 years

    VIENNA (AP) -- Without a top-three finish in the first three races, the Austrian downhill team is having its worst start to a World Cup season in 25 years.

    The Associated Press
  • Sharks' John Scott suspended four games for sucker punch

    The NHL’s Department of Players Safety has suspended San Jose Sharks forward John Scott four games for punching an unsuspecting opponent. Scott delivered a backhanded punch to Anaheim Ducks defenseman Tim Jackman’s jaw Monday night. By the time this new ban wraps up, Scott will have missed 13…

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  • Biathlon hit by another doping case after retests

    SALZBURG, Austria (AP) -- Biathlon is ending a year already tarnished by doping scandals with yet another case of drug cheating.

    The Associated Press