Is Faulk a fit for the Leafs blueline needs??? The 26-year-old would blueliner would be a fit in a number of categories for Toronto.
by: Michael Traikos — National Post 17 May
Despite being a third-round pick, Point didn't have to play extended time in the minors and has become a key cog in just two seasons
by: Cam Lewis — The Nation Network: Oilers Nation 17 May
According to Bob McKenzie, the Carolina Hurricanes appear to be ready to move on from scoring winger Jeff Skinner. The Oilers, as we know, badly need help on the wings. Could Skinner be a fit in Ed…
by: N/A — SNY: SNY RangersBlog 17 May
A look at where the Rangers might be in their search to hire a new coach
by: Isabelle Khurshudyan — Washington Post: Capitals Insider 17 May
The Capitals look to return to the form that helped them dominate the first two games of the series in an arena that hasn't been too kind to them this postseason — their own.
by: Tarik El-Bashir — NBC Sports Washington 17 May
Nicklas Backstrom's game-time decision status hasn't changed, but there is reason to think he may be in the lineup for Game 4 on Thursday.
by: Steve Paulus — Fansided: Blue Line Station 17 May
How much did the 1994 Stanley Cup cost the New York Rangers? An awful lot as the team made a series of one-sided deals to win it all.
by: N/A — TSN 17 May
Washington has outplayed and outclassed Tampa Bay at 5-on-5 so far in the Eastern Conference final, Travis Yost writes.
by: Ryan Szporer — The Hockey Writers 17 May
If you’re a Habs fan, you can find solace in how none of the final four teams still alive are perfect from top to bottom. In fact, your very own 28th-place Montreal Canadiens arguably stack up well in different ways against the Jets, Lightning, Capitals..
by: Alex Prewitt May 16, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 17 May
The Tampa Bay Lightning have their sights set on the Stanley Cup, and with a nucleus of young talent and a wizard of a GM, they don't plan to take their eyes off it any time soon.
by: Sean Leahy — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 17 May
Vegas now leads the series 2-1.
GM of the Year down to conference finalist trio of Cheveldayoff, McPhee and Yzerman | The Hockey News
by: Jared Clinton — The Hockey News 17 May
At least one of Kevin Cheveldayoff, George McPhee and Steve Yzerman won’t see the team they’ve built advance beyond the conference finals, but earning spots as finalists for the GM of the Year award ensures one will earn some end-of-season hardware.