A viewer of The Hockey News Podcast wanted to know if players should be allowed to kick pucks into the net. Is it too dangerous?
There have been no new offer sheets since Sebastian Aho’s last week. Will we see another one this summer, and if so, who?
The same few names have popped up in offer sheet talks over the past few weeks, but one seems to always be overlooked. Should teams consider giving Matthew Tkachuk an offer sheet?
There's still time for the Edmonton Oilers to improve this summer, but after a couple of uninspiring signings to kick off free agency, the team is not ready to move up the standings in 2019-20.
Phil Kessel has always played for big market teams with a heavy media presence. A switch to Arizona might be exactly what he needs to play the best hockey of his career.
After struggling in Ottawa, Cody Ceci is set to join the Maple Leafs after signing a new deal on Thursday. But how will he fit in Toronto?
Are the Minnesota Wild trying too hard to make the playoffs in a division loaded with talent? Should they just focus on the future instead? The podcast panel discusses.
The New York Islanders wanted Artemi Panarin, but keeping Anders Lee clearly in Long Island is great for star winger and the franchise moving forward.
Florida is a better team than they were pre-free agency and now they have a goalie capable of leading the team into the future. But are they a true playoff contender, or will the Panthers need a few more years to make things happen?
Artemi Panarin's decision to go to the Big Apple makes a strong off-season for the New York Rangers even stronger. The panel discusses what the team looks like heading into 2019-20.
The Dallas Stars made a couple of big splashes on Monday, signing Joe Pavelski, Corey Perry and Andrej Sekera. Early on into free agency, the team is looking good heading into the season.
On Monday, Nazem Kadri and Tyson Barrie were the focal points of the big trade between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Colorado Avalanche. Matt Larkin breaks down the deal, talking about the impact it has on both teams.
Joe Pavelski is one of the more intriguing prospects available this summer. Will he stay in San Jose, or will he go elsewhere?