To the Mailbag, with questions about Nick Robertson’s status, Alex Pietrangelo and the Leafs defence, and value-for-money contracts.
by: Luke Fox — Sportsnet 15h
With GMs around the league sure to be reining in their off-season spending, the cash-flush Maple Leafs should be able to capitalize and improve their most pressing area in need of improvement: defence.
by: @PensInsideScoop — NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins 24 Sep
Jim Rutherford's plan this offseason was to re-tool the Penguins roster so that the team could continue competing for Stanley Cups. In order to help aid that quest, he acquired Mike Matheson and Colton Sceviour from Florida in exchange for Patric...
by: The Associated Press — CBC Sports 24 Sep
Patric Hornqvist's grit helped the Pittsburgh Penguins win a pair of Stanley Cups. To keep their championship window opened, they decided it was time to move on without him.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 24 Sep
I thought the Penguins had a lot of opportunity to trade him when his perceived value exceeded his actual production. I was always OK with trading him away. It isnt complicated.
by: Michael Mazzei — The Nation Network: Maple Leafs Nation 23 Sep
If there’s one thing I love about the NHL offseason, it has to be the immediate fallout of a big trade and watching both the fans of either team or neutral observes react to it. Trades are st…
by: Mark Madden — Tribune-Review 23 Sep
The Penguins’ offseason got frisky right away with the acquisition of winger Kasperi Kapanen from Toronto and the re-signing of forward Jared McCann, who would have become a restricted free agent. Goaltender Matt Murray is on the trade block. Rumors...
by: TSN.ca Staff — TSN 10h
Ahead of the NHL Draft and the opening of free agency, TSN.ca keeps you up to date with all the latest rumours and speculation from around the NHL beat. In Tuesday's roundup, weighing the cost for the Maple Leafs to sign Alex Pietrangelo, Niklas...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 22 Sep
He might. He has a Kapanen one. There is some speculation circulating about the Penguins interest in Chris Tanev. What will happen next? This is a terrible idea.
by: The Old Prof — The Hockey Writers 22 Sep
The Maple Leafs have two issues to solve - salary cap space and right-shot defenseman. How might they be creative to solve those problems?
by: Luke Fox — Sportsnet 22 Sep
Critics may disagree with his vision, but there is no doubt Kyle Dubas — feeling more direct heat this summer than in any previous — will use all tools at his disposal in an effort to construct a roster ready to contend as soon as possible.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 21 Sep
St. Louis under GM Doug Armstrong philosophically do not believe in signing bonuses on contracts.