The Boston Bruins managed to get Torey Krug and Reilly Smith signed to cheap, one-year deals this week and stay under the salary cap...barely. But is the team still looking to make a move that would give them a little more space to work with? More
There's no doubting the Pittsburgh Penguins are a star-laden team that will have success in the regular season - that's why we're picking them to finish first in the Metro Division. But can they turn that regular season success into playoff wins?
The Flyers reversed course on their ice crew team Tuesday, announcing they'll go back to using scantily-clad women in the role. Columnist Adam Proteau says that's simply outrageous.
Drew Doughty, the best player on the league's best possession team, calls advanced stats "a bunch of crap." Why don't all players appreciate metrics like Corsi and Fenwick?
Julius Honka is heading to the American League thanks to some smart folks in the Stars front office, while the Oilers are red-faced after the slick Vladimir Tkachev slipped from their grasp.
There's still an opening in Boston's championship window as the team remains one of the big hitters in a weak Eastern Conference. We have them finishing first in the Atlantic Division. Do you agree?
Who will be the NHL's most valuable player in 2014-15? Can anyone challenge Sidney Crosby, or will the Penguins captain repeat?
Torey Krug signed a one-year, $1.4 million extension with the Boston Bruins Monday that was below market value, but Columbus RFA Ryan Johansen remains unsigned. Why doesn't he cut a deal too? It's all about leverage.
It's unlikely Red Wings coach Mike Babcock will sign a contract extension before the end of this NHL season, but columnist Adam Proteau says Detroit fans shouldn't worry about the future.
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