It seems Ron Hextall would like to trade up. If he does, keep an eye on Evan Bouchard, a right-handed defenseman with great upside.
by: Ryan Gilbert — Sons of Penn 22 Jun
In his four years as the general manager of the Philadelphia Flyers, Ron Hextall has been methodically turning the franchise around. When he took over the team was buried in long, expensive contracts
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 19 Jun
Not to diminish the obvious importance of how one spends a premier pick when special players are within reach. Even Joe Thornton will be old at that point. Dallas fans.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 18 Jun
One such player in the 2018 Draft crop is Thayer Academy standout center Jay O'Brien. He is virtually a lock to go within the first two rounds of this year's Draft.
by: Sam Carchidi, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @BroadStBull | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 16 Jun
Barring a trade, Hextall will have nine picks next weekend, including two in the first round.
by: Sam Carchidi, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @BroadStBull | Mail icon firstname.lastname@example.org — Philly.com 9 Jun
Flyers GM Ron Hextall has excelled in the draft, but he needs to add impact players through trades and free agency - like the Washington Capitals did.
by: @PeteWeberSports — NHL: Nashville Predators 8 Jun
Barry Trotz was an against-the-grain hire as the first head coach of the Nashville Predators by general manager David Poile in 1997.
by: Dave Isaac, The Courier-Post — Courier Post 8 Jun
The Flyers own two first-round picks in the draft later this month, but it's no slam dunk they'll use both.
by: Greg Boysen — The Hockey Writers 7 Jun
Chicago Blackhawks chairman Rocky Wirtz believes that his team will live up to his high expectations next year. However, he will not be afraid to make changes if they get off to a slow start. Take a look at how the Blackhawks can keep everyone employed...
by: Adam Vingan, USA TODAY NETWORK — Tennessee — Tennessean 6 Jun
Scott Hartnell, who reunited with the Predators this season after a decade apart, is a pending NHL free agent.
by: Jim Matheson, Edmonton Journal — Edmonton Sun 29 May
Four months ago, one of Edmonton Oilers top prospects Ryan Mantha was trying to make a play during a Bakersfield Condors game and suddenly lost the sight in his left eye.