Just because some teams haven't been playing for a month doesn't mean there is not a lot going on behind the scenes in the NHL. And the rumor mill certainly hasn't slowed down, either. More
Matt Murray and Brian Elliot return to their teams' starting roles following Game 5 losses. But is it too late to turn back to the goalies who took Pittsburgh and St. Louis this far?
Legend has it that when John Muckler was running the Long Island Ducks of the old Eastern Hockey League, he traded John Brophy six times and traded back for him seven times. Things sometimes become a little blown out of …
Pavel Datsyuk’s agent acknowledged the salary cap issue the Detroit Red Wings would face if the Russian center headed to the KHL next season, and said Datsyuk “wants to make sure the Wings have options.”
The Pittsburgh Penguins are turning back to Matt Murray in goal in what could possibly be their final game of the 2015-16 season. Murray, 21, was sat in favor of Marc-Andre Fleury for Game 5, but the rookie netminder will have the chance to save Pittsburgh’s season Tuesday night.
Jaromir Jagr spent a week deciding whether or not he’d play for the Czech Republic at the World Cup, and the veteran winger has decided to stay retired from international competition, according to Czech GM Martin Rucinsky.
John Brophy, the second-winningest coach in professional hockey history, passed away Monday at 83. Brophy won 1,027 games and spent the majority of his coaching career in the ECHL, which named its coach of the year award after Brophy and inducted him into its Hall of Fame in 2009.
Despite losing the gold medal game at the World Championship in Russia, Finland's national team is destined for more hardware in the next decade. Because the youngest stars are leading the way.
St. Louis Blues winger Troy Brouwer is having the post-season of his lifetime and he continued his incredible run with some remarkable hand-eye coordination in Game 5 of the Western Conference final.
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