Mike Sillinger famously played for 12 teams in his career. But after Monday's trade deadline, Jordan Leopold, who has been traded twice this season, is set to suit up for eighth NHL team and he's not even the leader of this list. These are the eight active players who could top Sillinger's mark. More
The Quebec League's Saint John Sea Dogs have turned completely around this season and one of the reasons is Chabot, a calm and gifted defenseman who is up for NHL selection this summer. Meet him and nine more top prospects.
Which players get the most significant changes in value from trade deals over the past week? Here's a look at risers and fallers.
There are close calls and then there’s the mid-air save by Brent Burns on a David Desharnais shot attempt. Burns knocked the puck out of the air just short of it crossing the goal line, helping to preserve goaltender Alex Stalock’s shutout.
Nashville’s Taylor Beck made a pass most wouldn’t dare attempt in recreation hockey. After falling to his knees, Beck made a backhanded no-look pass that was right on the tape of teammate Matt Cullen for a goal.
The NHL's 2015 trade deadline has passed, and while it takes years to ultimately judge winners and losers of trades, we're going to analyze which teams did well – and which ones look worse – after the last day teams could make deals.
The NHL Trade Deadline is here and The Hockey News has all the up to date information and insight you need. Visit our Trade Deadline Central for instant analysis on the day's biggest deals.
Daily Show host Jon Stewart is scheduled to leave the popular show later this year, but on Wednesday, he'll interview Hockey Hall-of-Famer Slava Fetisov in promotion of the new hockey documentary Red Army.
When Minnesota acquired Jordan Leopold from Columbus Monday, the Wild not only landed a veteran defenseman – they granted the wish of a young girl who wanted her father at home. That girl was Leopold's daughter, Jordyn – and you should read her touching letter to the Wild requesting they trade for her dad.
In this year's THN Collector's Edition, we look at the greatest rivalries in the history of hockey – it's the unforgettable blood feuds, like the Bruins/Canadiens and Red Wings/Avalanche, that make the sport what it is. On top of the 46 best bitter battles, we look at each current NHL team's top rivalry and who's Public Enemy No. 1 in that city. Hockey's Greatest Rivalries is 160+ pages of Battle Royale!Buy now
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