Lightning rookie Jonathan Drouin hasn't scored many goals this season, but on Monday – in his hometown of Montreal – the 20-year-old netted a brilliant breakaway goal on superstar Carey Price. More
The Blackhawks have already lost one key winger to injury this season, and they got a scare Monday night against Los Angeles when young star Brandon Saad was knocked out of the game after a 2-on-1 run-in with Kings players Drew Doughty and Kyle Clifford. The scare was short-lived, but Saad will remember it for some time.
You can make a good case a number of Eastern Conference teams will win three playoff series and make it to the Stanley Cup Final this year – but for the first time in a long time, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and the Pittsburgh Penguins don't appear to be a team that can be considered a favorite to do so.
The New York Islanders are in the midst of their best season in recent memory and it’s coming in the final year at Nassau Coliseum. But if the team can’t get better at suppressing shots and Jaroslav Halak can’t improve his game, it could be an early exit from the post-season for the Islanders.
The Bolts are THN's official Stanley Cup pick for 2015. We present a blow-by-blow breakdown of why we think they have what it takes.
The Anaheim Ducks have been a fixture in the No. 1 spot of the Power Rankings for much of this season. After a lull and a brief absence from the spot, the Ducks return to their familiar perch with just one week left in the NHL's regular season.
Russian goaltender Maria Sorokina is paying tribute to Alexei Cherepanov at the Women’s World Championships in Malmo, Sweden. On the side of her mask, she has Cherepanov looking up while sitting on the bench. Cherepanov passed away in 2008.
With the NHL's free agent class of players this summer being one of the weakest in recent memory, the most sought-after names are going to belong to the NHL's coaches on the open market. Here are the top five bench bosses who could be available.
Vincent Lecavalier hasn’t quite found the fit he was looking for with the Philadelphia Flyers, but with three years remaining on his contract at $4.5 million per season, it might be tough for the Flyers to find a new home for the veteran centre. In Carolina, GM Ron Francis has made it clear that Jordan Staal isn’t going anywhere.