Doug Wilson has the 12th most goals, 237, and 15th most points, 827, among defenceman in NHL history. He was the sixth pick in the 1977 draft and played 1,024 NHL games, winning the Norris Trophy i…
by: Adam Herman — SB Nation: Blueshirt Banter 16 Jun
Martin Kaut, HC Dynamo Pardubice (Czech) Vitals Position: Right Wing Age on Draft Day: 18.72 Height/Weight: 6’2, 176 pounds 2017-2018 SHL Stats (Including Playoffs): 45 GP, 12 G, 9 A, 18 PIM, +7 ...
by: Cam Lewis — The Nation Network: Oilers Nation 13 Jun
The big news around Oil Country as of late has been about the potential split of Milan Lucic and the Oilers this off-season. I kicked off a series of possible albatross-for-albatross swaps yesterda…
by: Christian Pagnani — The Nation Network: Oilers Nation 12 Jun
Milan Lucic is a useful player on a bad contract. His seven-year $42-million deal was a curious choice from the start, but Lucic had a decent track record and in theory, the Oilers could get a few …
by: OmarW93 — SB Nation: Pension Plan Puppets 1 Jun
The "C" carries more with it than a title.
by: Marcus White — NBC Sports Bay Area 28 May
If you're a Sharks fan, you can't be blamed for checking out on the playoffs a few weeks ago. But if you're back for the Stanley Cup Final, here's everything you need to know about the matchup.
by: Elliotte Friedman — Sportsnet 25 May
There are no guarantees John Tavares re-signs with the Islanders, but Lou Lamoriello is pulling out all the stops. That and more in the 31 Thoughts.
by: Marcus White — NBC Sports Bay Area 25 May
The Sharks crossed off the top item on their offseason to-do list Thursday. Now, the tricky part begins. Can they reel in the big fish John Tavares while keeping their own free agents? Marcus White examines.
by: N/A — Newsday 22 May
The Islanders have a new boss in Lou Lamoriello, named on Tuesday as the president of hockey operations with full authority over all hockey decisions.Here is a look back at Lamoriello’s best moves dur
by: Will Billinghurst — The Hockey Writers 17 May
Lou Lamoriello's time as general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs has come to an end. In just three years Lamoriello has reshaped the Maple Leafs and put them on the path of success and his legacy will be visible for years to come.