New York Rangers forward Rick Nash finally remembered how to score in the playoffs, burying the puck behind Ben Bishop on a tremendous one-man rush in Game 4 against the Lightning. More
Reigning GM of the Year Bob Murray is in the mix for the award again this year, along with Tampa Bay's Steve Yzerman and Glen Sather of the New York Rangers.
Is Connor McDavid good enough to follow in the footsteps of generational superstars like Gretzky, Lemieux, Lindros and Crosby? THN asks the experts.
Tampa Bay Lightning blueliner Matt Carle won’t be in the lineup for Friday night’s Game 4. Carle, who has suited up in every game thus far, was hit and injured by Derek Stepan early in Game 3 and did not return to action. Mark Barberio could draw into the lineup in Carle’s absence.
Gary Bettman says he expects the salary cap upper limit to increase by five percent next season, giving teams a ceiling of $71 million. The projection is $2 million less than was projected earlier in the season and could leave some teams under a serious cap crunch.
Vladimir Sobotka might not be coming back to the NHL after all. The president of the KHL’s Avangard Omsk said Sobotka “should” be back with the Russian club next season. Sobotka’s NHL rights are owned by the St. Louis Blues, who will have him under contract for one-year at $2.725 million should he return.
One of the top prospects in all of hockey, Dylan Larkin, has left the NCAA’s Michigan Wolverines to sign a three-year, entry-level deal with the Detroit Red Wings. Larkin, 18, had 47 points in 35 games this season and suited up for Team USA at the World Championship.
Mark Hunter was very much a part of the process of bringing Mike Babcock to Toronto and has taken on a lot of responsibility in the Maple Leafs organization. He'll be running the draft in June and has already made several key hires. All he's lacking is experience at the NHL level.
Mike Babcock took out a full page advertisement in Friday Detroit Free Press to thank fans of the Red Wings for their support of him and his family over the past 10 seasons in Hockeytown. The ad also features Babcock hoisting the Stanley Cup.
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