The Ottawa Senators drew family and friends for a game against Arizona Tuesday night. Even though the number was dismal, empty seats are nothing new in Ottawa.
Chicago’s defensive struggles have coach Joel Quenneville fiddling with his defensive pairs, and that could lead to an unexpected scratch of veteran rearguard Brian Campbell, who took a cut rate to return to the Blackhawks.
The Flyers will be disappointed with the loss of versatile middle-six winger Michael Raffl, but they’ll be glad to welcome Brayden Schenn back to the lineup after he completed his three-game suspension.
Hovering over the Jacob Trouba situation with the Jets is the Dec.1 deadline for re-signing restricted free agents.
Matt Murray’s phenomenal playoff run and Stanley Cup victory had him pegged as the Penguins’ starter of both the present and future, and Pittsburgh locked the youngster up to a brand new three-year deal.
After his first full practice with the Canadiens since the pre-season, it appears Carey Price could be set for his first regular season start in nearly 11 months.
The veteran netminder may be fighting for his job again, but he put all his energy in the right direction by baffling the New York Rangers
Patrik Laine didn't have much to say about a rivalry with Auston Matthews. Instead he let his stick do the talking in a huge win for Winnipeg.
NHL GMs usually have a longer leash than the coaches they hire. But eventually every GM ends up on the hot seat himself. Here are five who could use a strong season to take some of the heat off.
The hockey world is still waiting to know the identity and look of the NHL’s newest franchise, and Las Vegas expansion team owner Bill Foley said the process is nearing completion.