The Rangers were the NHL's top regular-season team and odds-on favorite to win the Stanley Cup before the playoffs, but after a 1-0 Game 3 loss to the Capitals Monday, they're two losses away from elimination. And if they don't get offensive production from their big names, those losses will come quickly. More
Alex Ovechkin has made a big impact on the first two games of his Capitals' second-round series against the New York Rangers. He nearly scored his fifth playoff goal this year in the first period of Game 3 Monday in D.C., but Blueshirts star goalie Henrik Lundqvist expertly turned away his point-blank one-timer.
The NHL announced the finalists for this season's Mark Messier Leadership Award, and all three are captains: Chicago's Jonathan Toews, Winnipeg's Andrew Ladd, and Anaheim's Ryan Getzlaf.
The New Jersey Devils dropped a Monday bombshell, unveiling Ray Shero as their new GM. Lou Lamoriello steps down but stays on as president.
Detroit Red Wings senior vice president Jim Devellano called the play of top prospect Anthony Mantha, "very disappointing," and said the team had such high hopes for the big winger. The comments come as somewhat of a surprise, especially considering some had thought Mantha may make the Red Wings out of training camp before a broken leg sidelined him for nearly two months.
Tyler Johnson’s stat line and Steven Stamkos’ scoring drought have been two of the big stories of Tampa Bay’s post-seaosn, but it’s the play of Ben Bishop that should be getting the press. After a mediocre regular season, Bishop has been lights out in the playoffs.
St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong has made it very clear to the world that he intends on doing what it takes to get young star Vladimir Tarasenko signed to a contract extension, even if that means making other players in the organization sweat it out.
The 2014 first-rounder had a great freshman campaign with the Wolverines, but the pros are also a viable option for next season. Larkin's play at the World Championship for Team USA will be a good test.
The Manitoba Moose are making their return to the AHL in 2015-16 and will call the MTS Centre home as the affiliate to the Winnipeg Jets. True North Sports and Entertainment announced the return of the Moose in a press conference Monday afternoon.
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