Game 7 will pit Tampa Bay's superior puck possession against Henrik Lundqvist's New York Rangers and the juju of Madison Square Garden. More
The New York Rangers have been masters of Game 7 over the past five seasons, winning six straight deciding contests while riding some of the best goaltending to post-season success. In Friday night’s Game 7, expect much of the same. These are the five reasons why New York will advance to the Stanley Cup final.
The Edmonton Oilers prospect has been great during his tenure in North America, but a mid-season trade to the Kelowna Rockets helped him gain something elusive: team success
Connor McDavid has yet to play a game in the NHL, but he's already cashing in on his potential and celebrity status with a contract extension with CCM. Sidney Crosby and the the NHL itself are poised to follow suit as their current contracts expire.
It's only natural for some prospects to take exception to where we have them ranked in Draft Preview. Most keep the complaint private. In one case, 27 years ago, one prospect told former THN editor-in-chief Bob McKenzie he was out to lunch.
The NHL is back with yet another amazing, chill-inducing Stanley Cup final commercial, this time based around the names engraved into the sport’s biggest prize. Like ‘History Will Be Made’ and ‘No Words,’ the new spot, titled ‘Name,’ will be one of the best things you’ve seen all year.
Vladimir Sobotka will be spending at least one more season in the KHL, according to a report from Avangard Omsk’s official website. Sobotka had an out-clause on the three-year deal he signed with Omsk in 2013-14, but the club president said in a release that Sobotka would stay in the KHL next season.
Bill Foley, the prospective owner of the Las Vegas NHL franchise, told media that the season ticket drive has reached over 11,500 season seats with more than 1,500 additional commitments from corporations and in suite sales. Foley added that he would not likely be attending the June Board of Governors meeting where expansion is expected to be discussed.
A concussion suffered in January is still hindering Johan Franzen’s ability to get back on the ice. Franzen, 35, has a history of concussions and has suffered setbacks while trying to get back into the Red Wings lineup, but GM Ken Holland is hopeful ‘The Mule’ can play in 2015-16.
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