The NHL Daily Fix is your morning wake-up call with news and notes for the day's hockey action.
Rick DiPietro made his first start in over a year on Friday night. He stopped 23 of 27 shots in a 4-2 loss to the Boston Bruins. [Box Score]
The New York Rangers stuck their foot in it on Friday by trying to come up with a girls guide to watching hockey. It did not go well, and they eventually had to apologize for it. So here's an actual guide to watching hockey. [Puck Drunk Love]
Dougie Hamilton is off to a fine start with the Boston Bruins. The Phil Kessel trade is the gift that keeps on giving, if you're a Bruins fan. [Boston Herald]
The Capitals are still winless, but first-year coach Adam Oates liked what he saw from his team on Friday night. [Washington Post]
There appears to have been no progress in the P.K. Subban contract talks on Friday. We'll have more on this on Saturday.
|Saturday schedule (all times ET)|
Colorado at San Jose (4 p.m.)
Toronto at New York Rangers (7 p.m.)
Chicago at Columbus (7 p.m.)
Philadelphia at Florida (7:30 p.m.)
St. Louis at Dallas (8 p.m.)
Los Angeles at Phoenix (8 p.m.)
Edmonton at Calgary (10 p.m.)
Nashville at Anaheim (10:30 p.m.)