Montreal takes Jesperi Kotkaniemi with No. 3 pick, while Senators pluck Brady Tkachuk at No. 4.
by: Dave Feschuk - Sports Columnist — Toronto Star 3h
Pressure’s on spiralling Senators, Canadiens and No. 1-picking Sabres on Dallas draft dance floor, Dave Feschuk writes.
by: Dave Feschuk - Sports Columnist — Toronto Star 22 Jun
While Friday night’s first round of the NHL draft in Dallas might go according to form, there’s no telling where impact stars including as Erik Karlsson might land. Kyle Dubas is well positioned to make an immediate impact on the Leafs, with cash to...
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 21 Jun
Gryba is entering the final year of a two-year, US$1.8-million contract that carries a cap hit of $900,000 this season.
by: Joshua Clipperton - The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 21 Jun
Expect lots of trade chatter surrounding Erik Karlsson, Ottawa’s captain and star defenceman.
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 20 Jun
Two other Canadian teams also will lock season-opener horns as the Vancouver Canucks play host to the Calgary Flames.
by: Bruce Arthur - Sports Columnist — Toronto Star 19 Jun
After Ottawa found a new home in San Jose for its toxic goal scorer, the Sharks shipped Hoffman to Florida and received a better return than Ottawa did. It’s impressive to lose two trades in one day, especially when you only made one, Bruce Arthur writes.
by: Stephen Whyno - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 19 Jun
Gentlemen, open your wallets — players like Tavares, Carlson and forwards James van Riemsdyk and Paul Stastny won’t come cheap. They’re just a few of the big-name players who could be on the move this off-season.
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 16 Jun
Montreal and Arizona swap forwards after missing Stanley Cup playoffs.
by: Joshua Clipperton - The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 14 Jun
In 12 months since they almost reached Stanley Cup final, little has gone right for Senators
by: Damien Cox - Sports Columnist — Toronto Star 8 Jun
Signing unrestricted free agents to big-money contracts almost never pays off.