The first quarter of the NHL season is just about to wrap up, so who are your first quarter award winners?
We are nearing the quarter point for the 2014-15 NHL season, so let's check in and see which teams have a passing grade and which ones are falling behind.
Two of the hottest teams in the NHL face off in St. Louis on Thursday night when the Blues host the Nashville Predators.
The Montreal Canadiens have been the luckiest unlucky team in the NHL so far this season.
Flames rookie Johnny Gaudreau is known throughout the hockey world for his puck-handling ability, but he's been producing YouTube worthy highlights for years.
The Calgary Flames scored a nice goal to keep on the route of the Montreal Canadiens, but they got a little help from P.K. Subban who fell down in rather embarrassing fashion.
P.K. Subban dressed up as Michael Jackson from the "Thriller" video and it is absolutely spectacular. We have our winner for the NHL's Halloween Costume Contest already.
The Buffalo Sabres are off to a dreadful start, with head coach Ted Nolan likening them to a Pee Wee team on Monday. Meanwhile, the Tampa Bay Lightning had themselves a game, that and more in our NHL wraparound.
The Minnesota Wild signed young defenseman Jonas Brodin to a six-year extension worth a reported $25 million.
Capitals rookie Andre Burakovsky wasted no time in making his mark in the NHL. He scored his first career goal 6:43 into his first NHL game.

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