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Teams Statistics

1 Dallas Stars 69 2.52 3.14 31.55
2 Columbus Blue Jackets 70 2.61 2.41 29.89
3 Arizona Coyotes 70 2.61 2.81 32.43
4 St. Louis Blues 71 2.68 2.86 29.58
5 Colorado Avalanche 70 2.71 3.00 31.33
1 Washington Capitals 69 3.42 3.13 31.97
2 Toronto Maple Leafs 70 3.39 2.79 32.89
3 Colorado Avalanche 70 3.37 3.44 32.24
4 New York Rangers 70 3.33 3.24 31.07
5 Florida Panthers 69 3.30 3.07 32.65

NHL extends self-quarantine to April 15

The NHL self-quarantine period is being extended through April 15.

Bruins' Rask clarifies retirement talk

Tuukka Rask plans to discuss a new deal with the Boston Bruins at the end of the season.

Veteran G Lack announces retirement

Veteran goaltender Eddie Lack announced his retirement from the NHL on Monday, ending a five-year career.

Kings sign F Madden to entry-level deal

The Los Angeles Kings signed Northeastern star forward Tyler Madden to a three-year, entry-level contract on Monday.

Report: Coyotes, Hall entertain contract talks

The Arizona Coyotes and forward Taylor Hall are in talks about a new contract while the NHL's regular season remains in a pause due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, general manager John Chayka told The Athletic.

Construction stops at Islanders' new arena

Construction on the New York Islanders' new arena has been halted, and it's too soon to tell whether that will delay the team's plan to play there in the 2021-22 NHL season.

Second Avalanche player tests positive for COVID-19

A second unnamed player on the Colorado Avalanche tested positive for the coronavirus, the team learned late Friday night.

NHL players discuss possible playoff formats

With the NHL season on an indefinite hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, players have plenty of time to ponder the potential return of the sport.

Avalanche player tests positive for coronavirus

An unidentified Colorado Avalanche player tested positive for the coronavirus, the team announced Thursday.

Wild sign G Jones to three-year, entry-level deal

The Minnesota Wild signed 19-year-old goaltender Hunter Jones to a three-year, entry-level contract on Thursday.

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