Thanksgiving Weekend Sports Viewing GuideAs you recover from all that turkey and various sumptuous sides, here's the best that sports has to offer you this holiday weekend.
Washington Capitals Win Over Pittsburgh Penguins 7-1Nicklas Backstrom had two goals and three assists, linemate T.J. Oshie added two goals and two assists, and the Capitals routed the defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins 7-1 Wednesday night at Verizon Center.
Beagle's Late Goal Lifts Capitals To 3-2 Win Over JetsBeagle scored the winning goal off a draw in the Winnipeg zone.
NHL Enhances Concussion Protocol By Hiring SpottersThe NHL will also have concussion spotters attending each game.
Uncertainty Looms As Caps Take Another Shot At Stanley CupOver the past nine seasons, there have been plenty of trophies: three for Alex Ovechkin as MVP and six for the most goals, one for Braden Holtby as top goaltender, one each for Bruce Boudreau and Barry Trotz as coach of the year and two Presidents' Trophies for the team having the most points in the regular season.
Daly: NHL Adding More Concussion Spotters for This SeasonThe NHL is overhauling its concussion monitoring system.
NHL Coming To Las Vegas; New Team To Start Play In 2017The NHL will expand to Las Vegas for the 2017-18 season after awarding its 31st franchise to billionaire businessman Bill Foley on Wednesday.
NHL Settles On Las Vegas For ExpansionThe NHL has debated expansion for a few years, with Seattle and the Toronto suburbs also generating interest for another team. Bettman has said he doesn't worry about the league's product suffering from dilution.
Sports World Reacts To The Mass Shooting In OrlandoThe sports world reacted strongly Sunday to the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. Many prominent athletes took to social media to express themselves in the wake of the incident.
Pittsburgh Penguins Take Home 4th Stanley CupSidney Crosby added another emotional chapter to the tradition of the Stanley Cup handoff by giving it to Trevor Daley in honor of his mother.
Capitals' Braden Holtby To March In Capital Pride ParadeBraden Holtby will represent the Washington Capitals in the annual Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, which the goaltender hopes is just the start of his involvement in the gay-rights movement.
Gordie Howe, The Gritty And Mighty 'Mr. Hockey,' Dies At 88Gordie Howe worked all his remarkable life to earn the respect and awe that came with being "Mr. Hockey."