World Junior Championship Roundup: Canada, Sweden, Germany Snag First Wins
Canada and Sweden both won their first games of the World Junior Championship, while Germany bounced back with an important win over Austria on the second day of action in Edmonton.
From the Archives: The Post-War Return of Pre-War NHL Aces
World War 2 had ended and pre-war aces returned to their respective NHL teams. One of them was left wing Lynn Patrick whose father, Lester, managed the Rangers, who said Lynn's "legs were done." Turns out, he wasn't far off.
NHL Free Agency: Top 5 Best Bargains Still Available
In a league with very little cap space left to work with, it's peculiar to see so many names without homes this deep into the summer. Here's a look at five players who could bring nice bang for your team's buck.
No Contract, or Offer Sheet Yet For Dallas Stars Goaltender Jake Oettinger
Jake Oettinger's impressive performance last season heralded a potential star in the making. It also gave rise to speculation suggesting the 23-year-old Dallas Stars goaltender could become a prime offer-sheet target.
World Junior Championship 3 Stars: Raty, Mysak, and Hughes Star on Day 1
Tony Ferrari looks at three of the top performers from an interesting first day of play at the 2022 World Junior Championship in Edmonton.
The Hockey World Stands with Borje Salming After ALS Diagnosis
It’s never the kind of news you want to hear from anyone – a diagnosis of ALS. Now, the hockey world is here to support Hockey Hall of Famer Borje Salming after he was afflicted with the terrible disease.
Canadiens Prospect Joshua Roy Ready for Unique World Junior Experience
From not making the team originally to skating on Canada's first line, Montreal Canadiens prospect Joshua Roy is ready to make an impact at the world juniors after having one of the best offensive seasons of any prospect last year.
World Junior Championship Roundup: Czechia, Finland, USA Victorious on Day 1
The second attempt at the 2022 World Junior Championship kicked off in Edmonton on Tuesday, with Czechia, Finland and USA grabbing early wins.
Hurricanes Sign Necas to Two-Year Extension, Avoid Arbitration
The Carolina Hurricanes have agreed to terms with forward Martin Necas on a two-year contract extension.
For World Junior Players, It's Business as Usual in an Unusual Situation
The August World Junior Championship won't get the love and fanfare it typically does, but for the participants, it's still the same event, and they're going to put everything on the line for gold like they would have done any other year.
Hockey Canada Appoints Andrea Skinner as Interim Chair of the Board
Hockey Canada has named Andrea Skinner as the new Interim Chair of the Board days after the former Chair's resignation.
Could the Islanders Trade Mathew Barzal To Make Room For Nazem Kadri?
Rumors have linked the New York Islanders to Nazem Kadri for several weeks now. Given their need to free up salary-cap space if they're to sign the center, it's been suggested by some that they move Mathew Barzal in a cost-cutting trade.