The Toronto Maple Leafs sent captain Dion Phaneuf to the Ottawa Senators in a nine-team blockbuster Tuesday. Let's sort through who goes where and why. More
This just in: Lou Lamoriello has not lost it. In fact, he's proved to be a shrewd as ever by engineering the nine player trade with the Ottawa Senators that moved captain Dion Phaneuf to Canada's capital.
The Broncos defenseman had an excellent rookie campaign based around offense. Now in his NHL draft season, Lajoie is playing in all situations and thriving. Learn about him, prospects from the Sharks, Flyers, Capitals and more in our weekly round-up.
With Petr Mrazek having displaced Jimmy Howard as the Red Wings' starting goaltender, questions are being raised over the latter's future in the Motor City.
The Devils honored legendary netminder Martin Brodeur with an 11-foot bronze statue that will stand outside New Jersey’s Prudential Center. The statue features Brodeur winking, which he would often do to his children in the stands. Brodeur’s jersey will be retired Tuesday.
Sidney Crosby is on an 11-game point streak and not even being hauled down on a breakaway can stop him right now. Monday against Anaheim, Crosby was taken down from behind but still managed to fire a perfect shot top corner to score.
Red Wings winger Justin Abedelkader bowled over Panthers center Aleksander Barkov with an open-ice hit that forced him out of Monday’s game and has him out of the lineup Tuesday. No penalty was called on the play, but Abdelkader could be facing supplemental discipline.
Another day, another St. Louis Blue on the IR. The Blues announced Monday defenseman Alex Pietrangelo will miss at least three weeks with a right knee injury. Pietrangelo, 26, is averaging more than 26 minutes per game for the Blues and has three goals and 23 points in 55 games.
Super Bowl ads and their monster budgets steal the spotlight when it comes to sports-related commercials, but there have been some great hockey spots, too. These aren't necessarily among them, but they should bring a smile to your face if not make you guffaw out loud.
Dream Teams ranks the top 50 NHL hockey factories from the CHL and NCAA. Our panel of judges studied the all-time rosters from all 108 active major junior and Div. I teams and established a lineup of six first-team all-stars from each organization, based on what they did in the NHL. Dream Teams also catches up with some of these major juniors.Buy now