Five Stanley Cup Final Free Agents Your Team Should Want
The Avalanche and Lightning both know how to win it all, but some of their key pieces could be hitting the open market soon.
Leafs Open to Trading Pending UFA Forward Ilya Mikheyev
The Toronto Maple Leafs have reportedly informed teams that they're open to moving the rights to pending UFA Ilya Mikheyev ahead of the start of July 13's free agency.
Both Wild, Kings Come Out as Winners in Fiala Trade
The Wild and Kings made a swap on Wednesday. with Kevin Fiala being the main trade chip. Here's what the Kings are getting in Fiala, and why Wild fans should be excited about Faber.
Malkin And Letang Could Be Edging Closer to Free Agency
Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang are among the biggest names slated to become UFAs on July 13. There appears to be little progress in contract talks between the Pittsburgh Penguins and their long-time stars.
Craig Anderson Signs One-Year Extension With Sabres
Craig Anderson, 41, has signed a one-year deal to remain in Buffalo with a value of $1.5 million.
Saint John Sea Dogs Defeat Hamilton for 2022 Memorial Cup
The Memorial Cup will stay in the QMJHL after the Saint John Sea Dogs beat the Hamilton Bulldogs 6-3.
Kings Acquire Fiala From Wild, Signs Long-Term Deal
The Minnesota Wild traded forward Kevin Fiala to the Los Angeles Kings and signed him to an eight-year contract.
Herb Carnegie's Hall of Fame Nod a Long Time Coming
Denied entry into the NHL because he was Black, Carnegie was one of the best hockey players of the 1940s. Now, he's set to join the Hockey Hall of Fame in the builder's category.
Three Interesting Facts from the Stanley Cup Playoffs
Cale Makar's playoff run was one for the ages, Edmonton's scoring duo managed to lead the scoring race despite not making the final and Florida joins a small group they'd rather not be part of. Let's look back at the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs.
From the Archives: Hornets Give Pittsburgh First Calder Cup
Stan Fischler looks back at the time the Pittsburgh Hornets won the AHL's Calder Cup back in 1952, led by coach King Clancy and featuring a host of future NHLers, including Tim Horton.
A Look Into the Toronto Maple Leafs' Goalie Options This Summer
The Toronto Maple Leafs have one of the most interesting goaltending situations this off-season. Ian Kennedy takes a look at a few routes the team could take.
Riikka Sallinen's Hall of Fame Career to be Honored
Riikka Sallinen had one of the greatest careers by a European women's hockey player and is one of the most decorated Finns of all time. Her Hall of Fame resume speaks for itself.
Memorial Cup Three Stars: McTavish, Staios, Nadeau Shine in Semifinal
The Hamilton Bulldogs are off to the Memorial Cup final, and Tony Ferrari breaks down the top performers from a wild semifinal game on Monday.