Blackhawks fans have been underwhelmed by the team’s moves in free agency to date, but looking around the rest of the division shows only one team – St. Louis – has made strong moves. Indeed, Minnesota is the only team to give out more than two multi-year
by: Associated Press — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 3 Jul
The Kings terminated Voynov’s $25 million contract in 2015 but with his conviction overturned, he can request a hearing with the NHL commissioner to apply for reinstatement.
by: Sarah McLellan — Star Tribune 2 Jul
The team didn't make a big splash, settling instead for role players with size.
by: Sarah McLellan — Star Tribune: The Wild Beat 2 Jul
A group of 43 players are expected to attend the Wild's development camp, including 20 Wild draft picks
by: Derek Felska — The Sports Daily: The State of Hockey News 2 Jul
Yes Wild fans, we get it. Free agency was certainly busy for the Minnesota Wild, even if it was more like a trip to the grocery store than going out to buy a brand new car. Its not the kind of sp…
by: Marcus White — NBC Sports Bay Area 2 Jul
Doug Wilson could have overreacted. He could have taken the money set aside for John Tavares and spent it elsewhere Sunday. But he didn't and that's a good thing for the Sharks.
by: NBC Sports BayArea — Yahoo Sports 3 Jul
After a cup of coffee with the Sharks, Eric Fehr will have a new home in the 2018-19 season.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 2 Jul
A look a the team's seven additions on Sunday.
by: AP — USA Today 2 Jul
The latest from NHL free agency
by: James O'Brien — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 2 Jul
Buffalo also reportedly avoids paying his signing bonus.
by: The Associated Press — Boston Herald 2 Jul
The Latest from NHL free agency (all times Eastern):9 p.m.A person with direct knowledge of the trade tells The Associated Press the Buffalo Sabres acquired two draft picks, including a 2019 first-rounder, and three players in dealing center Ryan O'Reilly
by: Ross McKeon — SF Gate 2 Jul
The Sharks lost out on the John Tavares sweepstakes, but they still made significant news Sunday by signing Logan Couture to an eight-year extension. The 28-year-old center is set to be paid $64 million from 2019-27 after earning $6 million in 2018-19...