Breaking Down Canada's Men's Olympic Hockey Team
Canada's men's Olympic hockey team was announced this week, featuring a solid mix of well-known veterans and some top prospects. Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin break the team down.
Just How Big is Keith Yandle's Ironman Streak?
Keith Yandle broke Doug Jarvis' ironman record this week. How significant is Yandle's accomplishment? Is it more or less impressive than Jarvis doing it in his era?
What Will the Red Wings do at the NHL Trade Deadline?
The Detroit Red Wings aren't out of the playoff hunt just yet. Will they end up being buyers, sellers or decide to stay put come deadline day?
Is Brad Marchand a Lock for the Hockey Hall of Fame?
Brad Marchand has been one of the most dangerous wingers in the NHL over the past few years, and the numbers suggest he's one of the league's best overall players. But will it be enough to earn him a spot in the Hockey Hall of Fame?
Game Tape with Tony: Seamus Casey
On Game Tape with Tony Ferrari, USNTDP star Seamus Casey explains what his mindset is when defending the rush, how he sees the game on the breakout, and what being adaptable means to his game.
New PHF Investment a Huge Win for Women's Hockey
After announcing a monumental investment on Tuesday, the PHF has more than doubled its salary cap and will see further expansion. Does this announcement bring us closer to a unified women's super-league?
Lightning Need to Carry Confidence Into Game 2
Tampa Bay didn't look out of place in Game 1 with a big victory. Diandra Loux joined Steven Ellis to talk about the Lightning's top performers and how they can keep the momentum alive ahead of Wednesday's bout in Florida.
The Hockey News Now: One Down, One to Go
With the Montreal Canadiens off to the Stanley Cup final, the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning are set to battle to decide who'll meet with the Habs next week. Steven Ellis and Avry Lewis-McDougall preview what to expect in Game 7.
Can the Montreal Canadiens Advance to the Final?
The Canadiens are in a spot to advance to the Stanley Cup final for the first time since 1993. Steven Ellis and Nick Emanuelli break down that game, plus what happened in the overtime thriller between New York and Tampa Bay.
Bill Guerin on USA Olympic Job, Player Participation
USA Olympic GM Bill Guerin discusses his new role with the team, what he hopes the roster will look like if NHLers do go to Beijing and more.
Inside Brock McGillis' Massive LGBTQ+ Inclusivity Project
Hockey's first openly gay pro men's player is on a mission to chronicle the experiences of LGBTQ+ people with one of the most comprehensive interview projects in the sport's history.
Rick Vaive On Personal Struggles, NHL Career in New Book 'Catch 22'
Rick Vaive may be best known for becoming the first Toronto Maple Leaf to hit the 50-goal mark, but he'll be the first to tell you his life wasn't easy.
Valerie Camillo in Conversation with W. Graeme Roustan
The first female team president in NHL history, Camillo has plans beyond being a trailblazer in hockey – like a Cup, for starters. She shares her thoughts in a sit-down interview with The Hockey News owner and publisher, W. Graeme Roustan.
Xavier Gutierrez in Conversation with W. Graeme Roustan
Arizona Coyotes CEO and president Xavier A. Gutierrez took the long way to the NHL, but he's committed to winning a Cup in the desert. He sat down with The Hockey News owner and publisher W. Graeme Roustan to discuss the team.
Brendan Shanahan in Conversation with W. Graeme Roustan
Toronto Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan sits down W. Graeme Roustan to discuss the on-to-off-ice transition, the team's impact in the community, and shares ideas on how to help make the game a more welcoming, global space.