Shea Weber for P.K. Subban was an earth-shattering 1-for-1 deal, easily the biggest of the salary cap era. What other 1-for-1s have been noteworthy? More
Here’s how the numbers see the free agent class, split into four categories: the big fish, the complimentary pieces, the bargains, and the buyer bewares.
Fighting in the NHL is at historically low levels, but they have been even lower before than they were in the 2015-16 seasons. It's one of the 'facts' Gary Bettman chooses to ignore when it comes to debating the subject.
In less than an hour the biggest free agent ever re-signed with his old team, and there were two blockbuster trades.
Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said at the draft that he was not shopping P.K. Subban, but got an offer he couldn't refuse from the Nashville Predators. Shea Weber, who is four years older, comes to Montreal in return.
Steven Stamkos took an enormous hometown discount, unless you consider his hometown to be Toronto, to stay with the Tampa Bay Lightning. In the end, it was more about winning than money to Stamkos.
We know why New Jersey traded for Taylor Hall. Can we make any sense of why Edmonton traded for Adam Larsson?
P.K. Subban had been, along with goalie Carey Price, the face of the Canadiens franchise for the past five years but is now on his way to Nashville.
The Oilers got the defenseman they wanted, but paid a very steep price.