The THN gang breaks down the Stanley Cup final. We discuss who has the edge in five important categories -- plus three bonus intangible categories. More
The Winnipeg Jets have shifted longtime assistant Pascal Vincent from his post with the team to the coaching gig with the Manitoba Moose. Vincent, 44, was the QMJHL coach of the year in 2007-08.
The Los Angeles Kings are reportedly set to strip Dustin Brown of the captaincy and hand over the ‘C’ to someone else. There are a few options for captain, but Anze Kopitar should be the one to carry the Kings into the future.
Contracts for Stamkos, Kucherov and Drouin! Trade candidates! The Lightning are swirling with dilemmas this off-season.
Arizona Coyotes GM John Chayka said the team is closing in on locking up Shane Doan to a one-year deal. The 39-year-old scored 28 goals and 47 points last season, and Chayka said going forward the team and Doan will take a “year-to-year approach.”
Sweden added five players who had good playoff performances to their World Cup roster, including Stanley Cup finalists Patric Hornqvist and Carl Hagelin. With a well-rounded roster and plenty of speed, Sweden could be considered an early favorite to take the tournament.
Jaromir Jagr is not walking through that door and while the Czechs have some nice offensive weapons in Jakub Voracek and Ondrej Palat, they will have to be defensively staunch in Toronto. To that end, they've added more size to an already imposing blueline.
Russia released its final World Cup roster, but the inclusion of former Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov has created controversy. Voynov, 26, left the NHL in September after pleading no contest to a domestic violence charge, and the NHL will “review his status” before allowing him to play in the tournament.
Suomi added more youth to its lineup for the big summer showdown coming up in Toronto. Along with super draft prospect Laine, Finland rewarded some other recent international heroes from the nation's huge hockey year.