Mario Lemieux and Patrick Roy were born on the same day in the same province 50 years ago today. Both were superstars, but which one would you take if you needed a win in Game 7? More
The Flyers made the tough decision to release defenseman Andrew MacDonald, but will be better off on the ice because of it.
Jaromir Jagr has been back in the NHL since 2011, but his mullet has been missing since the late-1990s. Fear not, though, because Jagr's mullet is making a comeback in 2015-16. Get ready for the greatest hockey hair of all-time to hit the ice once again this season.
The Arizona Coyotes head into the 2015-16 season with a better shot at the first overall pick at the draft than they do a spot in the playoffs. Young guns Max Domi and Anthony Duclair should be fun to watch, but Arizona will need a bounce back year from Mike Smith to have any hope at clawing out of the NHL’s basement.
The hulking Montreal Canadiens power forward will have to wait a little longer until he makes his regular season debut due to an early morning accident involving a tree. GM Marc Bergevin isn't impressed, but the Canadiens took a chance when they dealt for Kassian in the first place.
Without playing a single regular season game in Carolina, goaltender Eddie Lack has earned a contract extension from the Hurricanes. That could mean the writing is on the wall for veteran netminder Cam Ward, whose play has been in steady decline over the past four seasons.
The Blackhawks put Bryan Bickell on waivers last week, and even though there were no takers for the veteran left winger it doesn’t mean Bickell will remain a Blackhawk. Meanwhile, veteran Stephen Weiss reportedly rejected tryout offers in hopes of landing a full-time deal and Jarred Tinordi could be a trade chip for the Canadiens.
The Chicago Blackhawks received their Stanley Cup rings Sunday evening in a private ceremony and their new piece of jewellery is stunning. The 2015 championship band includes 355 diamonds on a 14-karat white gold ring. Fans looking for their own ring can even get their own — for nearly $6,000 — through a store set up by ring-maker Jostens.
Born and raised in the Netherlands, Sprong was a hockey outsider to begin with. But a mid-second round pick making the NHL out of his first NHL training camp? That raises some interesting questions. Here's how the Penguins nabbed the outsized talent.
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