The Carolina Hurricanes, who have not made the playoffs for nine straight seasons, have made it clear that they’re open to making some changes this offseason: apparently, just about anybody n…
by: @MSmithCanes — NHL: Carolina Hurricanes 47m
The acquisition of Jordan Martinook in an early-offseason trade is an immediate upgrade to the Hurricanes' forward depth and physicality.
by: Neil Greenberg — Washington Post 2h
It is unfair to suggest that the Capitals choke in the most decisive winner-take-all game in the postseason.
by: Andrew Berkshire — Sportsnet 3h
The Washington Capitals and Tampa Bay Lightning each have a chance to advance to the Stanley Cup Final in game seven on Wednesday, with the Capitals pushing the series to a one-game playoff behind a dominant Game 6 victory, a major rebound after dropping.
by: Scott Allen — Washington Post: D.C. Sports Bog 3h
Washington will play its 11th Game 7 on Wednesday, most in the league since 2008.
by: Josh Clark — Fansided: Blackout Dallas 7h
The 2018 offseason holds a lot of questions for the Dallas Stars. But there is a pretty significant chance that they will be active in trading or free agen...
by: Barry Svrluga - The Washington Post — Toronto Star 18h
The Eastern Conference final comes to a winner-take-all finish as Ovechkin seems to be seizing his own legacy and transforming it for the better.
by: Richard Morin, azcentral sports — The Arizona Republic 23h
The Coyotes' franchise defenseman led his team in ice time (245:49) as Sweden won all 10 games in the ice hockey world championship tournament.
by: Barry Svrluga — Washington Post 22 May
Washington captain, long dogged for team’s playoff failures, has a chance to alter his legacy.
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ted Starkey) — Sporting News 22 May
The Capitals are acutely aware of their Game 7 shortcomings. After staving off another series collapse in Game 6, now is their chance to shed the choker label and reach the Stanley Cup Final at once.
by: Tom Foti — Sons of Penn 22 May
Four years ago, Ron Hextall inherited a team in cap hell and barren high-level prospects. Since then, he's brought the Philadelphia Flyers out of both situations. Just for perspective, here's what the
by: Greg WyshynskiESPN — ESPN 21 May
Jakub Vrana and the rest of the new wave of talent have brought exuberance and skill -- and they weren't around for the team's recent early exits.