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Best and worst of the 2020 NHL All-Star Game: Laila Anderson, Green Day, women's 3-on-3 and more
There were some mighty highs and some disappointing lows at this year's All-Star Weekend. Get caught up here.[read more]

Pastrnak surprised to win All-Star MVP in loss
Bruins winger David Pastrnak admitted being surprised to be named MVP of the NHL All-Star Game because it came in a losing effort. "I would expect the winner should win MVP," he said.[read more]

Kane wins 'gimmicky' new Shooting Stars contest
Blackhawks star Patrick Kane said it was fun to win Friday night's inaugural Shooting Stars competition, but he called it "a little gimmicky" and said he was a fan of the drills that used to be featured in the skills event.[read more]

Bettman: Puck, player tracking ready for playoffs
The NHL will have puck and player tracking up and running in the arenas of all 16 playoff teams this season, and the technology will be in all arenas leaguewide for the 2020-21 season, commissioner Gary Bettman said Friday.[read more]

Gretzky: Women in ASG 'a big step forward'
Wayne Gretzky called women's hockey players involvement in the NHL All-Star Game "a big step forward" in growing the sport -- and he hopes the league will continue to stay committed to the women's game.[read more]

Paralyzed hockey player lands job with Kings
A former Minnesota high school hockey player paralyzed during a game in 2011 tweeted a photo of him signing a contract to work as a content coordinator with the Kings.[read more]

How to make the NHL All-Star skills competition even wilder
It's one of the greatest things the league does each year. But here are 10 ways to make it even better.[read more]

NHL experts pick our favorite All-Star moments, suggestions for new events, and bold predictions
Our panel highlights top memories from All-Star Weekends past, suggests new twists for the future, and makes some predictions for this weekend.[read more]

All-Stars talk Ovechkin's absence, chase for 700
Alex Ovechkin isn't in St. Louis for NHL All-Star weekend, but his absence and his pursuit of 700 career goals were still hot topics among players and coaches Thursday.[read more]

Sharks owner gives vote of confidence to GM
Owner Hasso Plattner believes GM Doug Wilson can get the Sharks, who have missed the playoffs just once since Wilson took over in 2003, back on track, as the team is 11 points out with 32 games remaining.[read more]