Kings add scoring with Kovalchuk signing, but aging group also gets slightly older | The Hockey News
by: Ken Campbell — The Hockey News 28m
The Los Angeles Kings have won the Ilya Kovalchuk sweepstakes, signing the 35-year-old, who has spent the past five seasons in the KHL, to a three-year contract that will pay $6.25 million per season.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 36m
Ilya Kovalchuk has signed in LA to a three year, $18.75 million deal. He has also appeared in 10 IIHF World Championships and won gold in 2008 and 2009.
by: Scott Cullen — TSN 49m
The Los Angeles Kings made a big splash by agreeing to a deal with free agent left winger Ilya Kovalchuk. Statistically Speaking breaks down the deal, which is a significant investment from the Kings for a great goal-scorer who is returning to the league.
by: Curtis Zupke — Los Angeles Times 3h
The Kings have finally landed Ilya Kovalchuk.The sides agreed to terms on a three-year contact, the Kings announced Saturday, giving the Kings the scoring wing they’ve long sought.
by: John Hoven — Mayors Manor 4h
When it comes to the opening round of this years NHL Draft, things pretty much played out exactly as we had been discussing over the past few weeks. And then he was gone.
by: Kevin Allen, USA TODAY — USA Today 7h
Buffalo Sabres make Swedish defenseman Rasmus Dahlin the first pick of the 2018 NHL draft; analysis on all of the first-round picks.
by: Eric Engels — Sportsnet 15h
In the end, Marc Bergevin got his guy, taking the best centre available with third pick in the NHL Draft.
by: AP — USA Today 20h
Former NHL players Daniel Carcillo and Nick Boynton say the league failed to warn players about long-term risk of brain damage from fighting.
by: @nhl — NHL: Los Angeles Kings 22 Jun
As the 2018 NHL Draft approaches, LA Kings goaltender Jack Campbell recalls some memories of his own draft day
by: Chris Faber — Fansided: The Canuck Way 22 Jun
A Vancouver Canucks Christmas is just around the corner! Jimmy Claus or Santa Benning is about to leave all Canucks fans with a gift under the prospect's t...