With the end of the NHL season on the horizon, the trade season is just about to begin. Here, we explore 24 players whose names are sure to pop up and could be on the move this summer.
by: SensChirp — Sens Chirp 25 May
It’s been one year. 12 months. 365 days. But if you close your eyes, I bet you can go back to that exact moment. And if you think a little bit harder, you can probably recall the incredible six week ride that came before it. The remarkable individual...
by: Ryan Biech — The Nation Network: Canucks Army 23 May
Ranked 91st in our consolidated rankings is BCHL defenceman Stanislav Demin, a player that has some upside and appears to be a player that will benefit from going the NCAA route. Demin is a smart p…
by: Jonathan Bombulie — Tribune-Review 22 May
If the NHL's salary cap were governed by Price is Right rules, the Penguins would have been the league's biggest winners this season. They came ...
by: Austin Broad — The Hockey Writers 21 May
The CHL is the most famous developmental league for NHL prospects but under Jason Botterill the Sabres should see an increase in NCAA alumni entering the organization. In his first draft Botterill took three prospects with NCAA ties and zero CHL prospects
Gerard Gallant's secret super power? Maybe it's this: "I'm not holding my players accountable for making mistakes."
by: David Staples, Edmonton Journal — Edmonton Journal: Cult of Hockey 21 May
What is the magic of Vegas coach Gerard Gallant? What is his secret super power?I can’t say for sure.
by: Matthew Rodrigopulle — Fansided: Pens Labyrinth 18 May
Last season, the Pittsburgh Penguins lost defenceman Ron Hainsey to the Toronto Maple Leafs during free agency. Due to losing one of our precious, Stanley ...
by: Associated Press May 18, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 18 May
Returning from a four-game absence with a right hand injury, Nicklas Backstrom won six of nine faceoffs and looked more like himself as the night wore on in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final.
by: NBC Sports Washington — Yahoo Sports 18 May
After missing four games with an upper-body injury, Nicklas Backstrom is back in the lineup for Game 4 against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
by: Sean Leahy — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 17 May
Washington leads the series 2-1.
by: The Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 17 May
Nicklas Backstrom could return to the Capitals' lineup for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Backstrom has missed Washington's past four games with a right hand injury. Coach Barry Trotz called him a game-time...
by: Associated Press — Tampa Bay Times 17 May
WASHINGTON Nicklas Backstrom could return to the Capitals lineup for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final against the Lightning. Backstrom has missed Washingtons past four games with a right
News in the Past 30 days
- Zach Aston-Reese
- Derick Brassard
- Sidney Crosby
- Casey DeSmith
- Brian Dumoulin
- Jake Guentzel
- Carl Hagelin
- Patric Hornqvist
- Matt Hunwick
- Tristan Jarry
- Phil Kessel
- Tom Kuhnhackl
- Kris Letang
- Olli Maatta
- Evgeni Malkin
- Matt Murray
- Jamie Oleksiak
- Carter Rowney
- Chad Ruhwedel
- Bryan Rust
- Justin Schultz
- Riley Sheahan
- Conor Sheary
- Dominik Simon