When Bryce Salvador announced his retirement Wednesday, he did so with a distinction not shared by many players. Salvador hung up his skates as the captain of the New Jersey Devils, a testament to both his leadership skills and his … More
The Utica Comets are only three years old, but they’ve already been to a Calder Cup final and have their sights set on another in 2015-16. The franchise has a storied history, but their current logo is one of the best efforts the franchise has ever had.
At an exhibition game in Sochi, Russian president Vladimir Putin and current and former professional players, inclduing Alex Ovechkin and Pavel Bure, defeated a team of children 9-5 in an exhibition game to celebrate the beginning of the school year. Putin scored two goals.
The proposed arena in Seattle has gotten design approval and could be headed to a city council vote soon. Unfortunately for Seattle, the NHL’s expansion process is well underway and the city is on the outside looking in. They could still become a potential relocation market for the league, however.
The investigation involving Patrick Kane has left the Chicago Blackhawks star’s future with the team uncertain. Reports Tuesday said teams have reportedly shown interest in Kane, but that could change if the 26-year-old star is charged with a crime. Even if he isn’t charged, the Blackhawks could choose to deal Kane.
After 13 seasons in the NHL, former New Jersey Devils captain Bryce Salvador has announced his retirement. Salvador played 786 games for the Devils and St. Louis Blues, scoring 24 goals and 110 points. He scored four goals and 14 points in 24 post-season games during the Devils run to the Stanley Cup final in 2011-12.
The elite Danish prospect is too young for the AHL, but has already ran roughshod over the Quebec League. It's a problem he plans on solving by proving his NHL mettle with the Jets this fall – but Winnipeg also has a backup plan.
In KHL action Tuesday, Medvescak Zagreb center Colby Genoway reminded us what we love so much about the shootout. Genoway picked up the puck at full speed and put an outstanding move on the opposition netminder before hoisting the puck home for the game-winning goal.
The St. John’s IceCaps logo didn’t change much in their new affiliation with the Montreal Canadiens. The only real alteration was in color, but the logo still stands out. Even without the changes to the design, the franchise can hope for a change in fortunes. The IceCaps failed to make the playoffs last season.
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