The vast majority of Stanley Cup winning teams in the salary cap era have had to fail repeatedly so they could draft top-end talent prior to their wins.
NHL Draft Leaders 2000-2017: No. 1 picks, top scorers, best defensemen and winningest goalies | The Hockey News
by: Sam McCaig — The Hockey News 16 Jun
With the 2018 NHL draft around the corner, here's a year-by-year look at NHL drafts from 2000 through 2017, featuring the No. 1 overall selection, games-played leaders, top scorers, leading defensemen and goalies with the most victories.
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: Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 16 Jun
The Coyotes announced on Tuesday they had acquired center Alex Galchenyuk from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for forward Max Domi.
by: Scott Cullen — TSN 15 Jun
The Vegas Golden Knights are coming off the most remarkable first season in the history of North American professional sports, winning their division and reaching the Stanley Cup Final. Off-Season Game Plan looks at a team that is not going through a...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 15 Jun
For mock picks 1-5, click here For mock picks 6-10 click here For mock picks 11-15 click here. For mock picks 16-20, click here. For mock picks 21-25, click here. Buffalo Sabres.
by: Ryan Quigley — SB Nation: Knights on Ice 15 Jun
Start off your morning by reading up on some hockey news.
by: Sam Donnellon, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @samdonnellon | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 15 Jun
The Flyers are building quite a war chest of prospects through the draft. But the success of their 'process' is likely to come down to the continued success of Carter Hart
by: News Engin — Las Vegas Review-Journal 14 Jun
Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury was everything the Golden Knights hoped for — and more — when they selected him from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the expansion draft last summer.
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: Associated Press — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 14 Jun
MacLellan said he’ll meet with ownership over the next week and that he doesn’t believe either side feels pressure to get a deal done given Trotz’s contract expires June 30.