Chicagoland native Kendall Coyne Schofield set the hockey world a buzz when she became the first woman to compete in the NHL All-Star Skills Competition on Friday at SAP Center in San Jose. The Palos Heights, Illinois native took seventh place in a time of 14.346 seconds to top Arizona’s Clayton Keller. Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane was second in the Puck Control Challenge to Calgary’s Johnny Gaudreau.
The NHL All-Star Game will be at 7 p.m. Saturday on NBC.
Kane takes 2nd in Puck Control Challenge to Flames’ Gaudreau (SCH)
Chicagoland native Kendall Coyne Schofield competes in Fastest Skater event (SCH)
Blackhawks unlikely to host NHL ASG in near future at United Center (SCH)
Scott Foster, Patrick Kane featured in “Silicon Valley” inspired video (SCH)
How John Wiedeman found his passion in broadcasting (The Athletic)
Stars will play Predators at 2020 Winter Classic (Defending Big D)
Avs to host Kings at Air Force for 2020 Stadium Series (Mile High Hockey)
O’Reilly confident Blues can still make playoffs (St. Louis GameTime)
NHL to implement player, puck tracking for 2019-20 season (SCH)
Oilers’ McDavid wins third straight NHL Fastest Skater event (PHT)
Bruins’ Pastrnak wins accuracy shooting (PHT)
Capitals’ Carlson wins hardest shot (PHT)
OHL: Studnicka, Robertson lead IceDogs to 4th straight win (Sportsnet)
QMJHL: Teasdale scores late, Huskies earn big win over Voltigeurs (Sportsnet)