Having missed the playoffs for the first time in a decade, the once-dominant Blackhawks could be poised to make a major move this summer.
by: James O'Brien — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 16 Jun
As of this moment, it looks like a big win for Arizona. Let’s dig deeper.
by: Paul — Kuklas Korner: Kukla's Korner Hockey 15 Jun
Now, other Eastern Conference powerhouses would also have been affected, not just Washington. Add a Comment Please limit embedded image or media size to 575 pixels wide.
by: Dave Isaac, Cherry Hill Courier-Post — Courier Post 15 Jun
Depending on what the salary cap is set at, the Flyers should have between $18 million and $22 million in space.
by: Cam Lewis — The Nation Network: Oilers Nation 15 Jun
To the surprise of everyone, the Oilers were sellers at last year’s trade deadline. Part of their sale at the deadline involved dealing Patrick Maroon to the New Jersey Devils for a third-rou…
by: Mike Roberts — Fansided: Puck Prose 15 Jun
The future of the Toronto Maple Leafs is on full display with the Toronto Marlies Future members of the Toronto Maple Leafs were on full display as the Tor...
by: Chris Johnston — Sportsnet 15 Jun
The longest season of Andreas Johnsson's life is over, culminating with fireworks, confetti and a never-ending series of hugs from his Toronto Marlies teammates.
by: Colin Beswick — SB Nation: Stanley Cup of Chowder 14 Jun
Everyone loves a big name, but is this Rick Nash 2.0? There may be a better option out there that hasn’t been discussed before now.
by: Lauren Kelly — Fansided: Editor In Leaf 14 Jun
The Toronto Maple Leafs have a huge opportunity this off-season - they have enough available cap space to spend on free agents, and they should take advant...
List of potential 2019 free agents could set up for year of contract craziness in NHL | The Hockey News
by: Jared Clinton — The Hockey News 14 Jun
John Tavares and John Carlson are in line for high-priced deals ahead of or during free agency, but the NHL could go contract crazy over the next 12 months with the list of big-name talent eligible for free agency in 2019.
by: Matthew DeFranks — Sun-Sentinel 14 Jun
Center Henrik Borgström (No. 23 pick in 2016) and winger Owen Tippett (No. 10 pick in 2017) both made their NHL debuts last season, but could play their first full seasons in the NHL next season.