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. More
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.
Capitals fans rejoice: Alex Ovechkin’s one-timer appears to be in mid-season form. Sunday night against the New York Islanders, Ovechkin blasted two goals on the power play that neither Thomas Greiss nor Stephon Williams had even the faintest hope of stopping. That the puck wasn’t in pieces after Ovechkin’s second goal is a minor miracle.
The Bruins need to improve their offense in 2015-16 if they want to get back to the post-season. Thankfully, young gun David Pastrnak could be just the player help them. Any team with Tuukka Rask is sure to steal a few victories, but Boston’s veteran defensemen Zdeno Chara and Dennis Seidenberg will need to be relied upon to guide the younger blueliners.
We asked four THN staffers what rule change they'd like to see made in the NHL. Here's what they came back with...
In this week’s Getting To Know, New Jersey Devils defenseman Adam Larsson talks about how he started playing hockey, meeting Peter Forsberg and forgetting to take off an important piece of equipment.
Hard to believe this generation's top two players joined the NHL 10 years ago. After a decade of debate…who's better?
Sabres fans are ready for the Jack Eichel era to start in Buffalo, but the additions of Evander Kane, Ryan O’Reilly and Cody Franson could have just as much impact in 2015-16. The Sabres aren’t likely to be a playoff team quite yet, but the offense promises to have some punch for the first time two seasons.
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