The Hockey Hall of Fame pretty much started with a blank slate when it came to this year's induction class. It gave the Hall a chance to induct Eric Lindros seven years after he was eligible and Rogie Vachon 31 years after his first eligibility. More
After a seven year wait, Eric Lindros is headed to the Hockey Hall of Fame, but his wait pales in comparison to one of his fellow inductees.
After trying for months to find a trade partner willing take on left winger Chris Higgins, the Vancouver Canucks will instead buy out the final year of his contract.
It's believed Lightning GM Steve Yzerman pitched an eight-year offer to Stamkos worth $8.5 million annuallY, but expect him to test the market. That and much more.
Filip Forsberg's extension with the Nashville Predators wasn't a shocker – but it could have a ripple effect on the NHL off-season.
Eric Lindros and Sergei Makarov are the best bets to gain entry into the Hockey Hall of Fame today. The selection committee will render its decision at 3:30 this afternoon.
The KHL star and former NHLer seems to have struck out in his bid to return to North America, but now Russian teams are also balking at his price tag. Who will pony up for the 29-year-old right winger and will that team get the talented producer for a discount?
Canada is without a doubt the team to beat at the World Cup, but the game has gone global, as evidenced by the breakdown of the first round of the draft.
Former NHLer Bill Muckalt was forced to retire at 29, but has found a new passion for the game as a well-travelled coach and GM.