If you hate the shootout, it appears your prayers have been answered. In the first 3-on-3 game of the regular season, the Flyers and Bolts went back and forth for insane action that included a penalty shot and a breakaway winner. More
Buffalo Sabres rookie Jack Eichel notched his first career goal in his first career game. On the power play, Eichel took a pass from behind the Ottawa net and sniped a shot past Ottawa Senators netminder Craig Anderson.
Three days after being suspended for 41 games by the NHL Department of Player Safety, San Jose’s Raffi Torres issued a statement accepting the suspension and apologizing to Anaheim’s Jakob Silfverberg. Sharks GM Doug Wilson also released a statement supporting the league’s decision.
In the second period of the Sabres' season opener, starting netminder Robin Lehner went down with an apparent leg injury. Lehner was acquired from the Ottawa Senators for a first-round pick in the off-season.
Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba might be a little more physical in his sophomore season, but he’s doing it for a good cause. For every hit Dumba throws on Xcel Energy Center ice, he’ll be donating money to help children of military members play hockey.
Artemi Panarin isn’t Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel, but the 23-year-old Russian rookie dazzled in his debut for Chicago. While it’s too soon to consider him a surefire Calder candidate, Panarin could be a deadly weapon for the Blackhawks.
The long wait is finally over for Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel and the hockey world that is so eager to see what they can do in the NHL. It's been more than 10 years since we've seen two players so hyped begin their career simultaneously.
Sure, it's going to be a post-Jack Eichel season, but the men's college hockey ranks are still swelling with great NHL prospects. We count down the most intriguing for 2015-16, including some true freshman up for the draft.
With opening night in the books, it’s time to look forward to some of the top trade targets for the upcoming season. From veteran players looking for their final shot at Stanley Cup glory to potential big-money free agents, a number of interesting names are already in the rumor mill.
Dream Teams ranks the top 50 NHL hockey factories from the CHL and NCAA. Our panel of judges studied the all-time rosters from all 108 active major junior and Div. I teams and established a lineup of six first-team all-stars from each organization, based on what they did in the NHL. Dream Teams also catches up with some of these major juniors.Buy now