Legendary defenseman Chris Pronger had his road to the Hockey Hall of Fame cleared Thursday after a report indicated the HHOF had altered its induction eligibility criteria. Injuries forced Pronger from the game in 2011, but salary cap issues prevented his induction – and this was the right move to make. More
Arizona Coyotes radio analyst and former NHL defenseman Nick Boynton is in the custody of Buffalo police and faces numerous charges – including assault, harassment and resisting arrest – after an alleged incident in the early hours of Thursday morning.
The Bruins are on the verge of an unfamiliar position: missing the playoffs. What happens to their roster – and brain trust – if they flop in the home stretch?
With less than 10 games remaining for all playoff hopefuls, find out what’s on the horizon for the wild-card teams and what it’s going to take for them to make it to the post-season. It’s a five-team race in the West, but the East’s battle between Boston and Ottawa is one to watch.
Some series will be slaughters, but others will be classics. And some already have a nice layer of intrigue to them, as our prospect expert breaks down major junior's first round of playoff action.
The Philadelphia Flyers acquisition of Steve Mason nearly two years ago was puzzling, to say the least. But in two seasons, Mason has turned his game around and is making believers out of those who thought his career was all but over.
With the Buffalo Sabres and Arizona Coyotes playing each other twice over the next four days, there is an enormous amount at stake when it comes to the 2015 draft. The reverberations might be felt for years to come and could change the course of history for both teams.
After missing 24 games due to a throat injury, Henrik Lundqvist will be back in the New York Rangers lineup Thursday night – but as the backup. With the Rangers getting their all-star goaltender back, it might be tough to stop them come playoffs.
The National Women’s Hockey League, a women’s league that will pay its players, has announced its inaugural season will launch in October 2015. The four-team league has a salary cap of $270,000, and teams will play 18 games – nine home and nine away.