Daily Roundup: November 8, 2012

  • On this date in sports history
    1991: Paul Coffey breaks the NHL career mark for goals by a defenseman by scoring in the second period of the Pittsburgh Penguins' 3-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets. Coffey's 311th career goal breaks the mark set by Denis Potvin, who had 310 for the New York Islanders.
  • NHL, union back to bargaining for 2nd straight day
    Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby arrives at a news conference following collective bargaining talks in Toronto, on Oct. 18. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman received three counterproposals from the players’ association on Thursday and left the negotiating table “thoroughly disappointed,” further shrinking the possibility of a full hockey regular season.
  • Relive Game 1 of the Bruins’ Epic Eastern Conference Final Against the Tampa Bay Lightning Wednesday on NESN
    After taking care of business against old foes like Montreal and Philadelphia, the next team the Bruins would face in their 2011 Stanley Cup run was a bit of an upstart — the Tampa Bay Lightning. After defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round and sweeping the top-seeded Washington Capitals in the second, the […]

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