Todays Daily Cup of Joe.is not about goalies!!! I know youre excited. Instead todays offering is a collection of random Canes notes. And these past couple years are not anomalies.
by: Stephan Roget — The Nation Network: Canucks Army 19 Sep
Though it still feels like a supremely strange statement to make in September, the NHL’s free agent frenzy is nearly upon us. Unrestricted free agency will open up on October 9, and all early indic…
by: Jim Parsons — The Hockey Writers 17 Sep
In our NHL rumors, Alex Galchenyuk won't be back with the Wild, the Coyotes are open for business, and the World Juniors will be in Edmonton.
by: Matt Cosman — The Hockey Writers 16 Sep
The Carolina Hurricanes need to add a second-line winger to be a more well-rounded team. Here are five players they should target.
by: firstname.lastname@example.org () — RDS 15 Sep
Joel Edmundson offre de la profondeur et est à sa place sur une deuxième ou troisième unité défensive. Il pourrait aussi être le 4e défenseur en infériorité numérique aux côtés de Shea Weber, Jeff Petry, et Ben Chiarot.
by: The Old Prof — The Hockey Writers 14 Sep
Almost everyone agrees that the Toronto Maple Leafs need help on defense. Where might it come from? Who might be good fits with the team?
by: Conor Power — Fansided: Cardiac Cane 14 Sep
Could the Carolina Hurricanes look to trade for Max Domi? With Sportsnet listing the Montreal Canadiens center as someone who could be moved, could the Car...
by: Matt Karash — Canes and Coffee 14 Sep
Unlike in years past, the Hurricanes seem to get more than their fair share of turns these days. So the contract and trade situation for Andersen are not overly favorable.
by: Ken MacMillan — Fansided: A Winning Habit 13 Sep
The Montreal Canadiens traded for Joel Edmundson, but what will it take to actually sign him? The Montreal Canadiens made an interesting trade yesterday. W...
by: Sean Leahy — NBC Sports 13 Sep
Islanders-Lightning stream: NHL Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Final: Coverage begins at 3 p.m. ET on NBC and the NBC Sports app.
by: Adam Gretz — NBC Sports 13 Sep
Khudobin is doing his best to single handedly steal the Western Conference Final for the Dallas Stars as they take a 3-1 series lead.