John Collins, the man behind the Winter Classic, is stepping down as the NHL's COO. More
The Minnesota Wild are paying tribute to the entire state with their Stadium Series jerseys, while the Chicago Blackhawks are putting civic pride front and center. The jerseys will be worn for the Feb. 21 outdoor contest at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.
It's looking more and more like Calgary's 2014-15 brilliance was an ahead-of-schedule anomaly. And that's OK. This team remains on a long-term path to success.
The San Jose Sharks’ off-season was a bizarre one. After missing the playoffs, the Sharks said goodbye to their coach and looked ready for a rebuild. Instead, GM Doug Wilson traded for goaltender Martin Jones and signed Paul Martin and Joel Ward. Through 21 games, Wilson’s choice to retool, not rebuild, looks like the right one.
The big kid from the suburbs of Toronto is plying his trade in small-town Wisconsin with the NAHL's Janesville Jets and ripping it up. Learn why he is a goalie to watch in the draft his summer, plus an update on a Flyers netminding prospect on the mend and some high-flying 2016 hopefuls.
For the first time since the 2004-05 lockout, the Toronto Maple Leafs aren’t the most valuable franchise in the NHL. According to Forbes’ annual rankings, the Maple Leafs have fallen to third place behind the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens.
Cam Ward and Eric Staal are eligible next summer for unrestricted free agency, and their status remains fodder for the rumor mill.
There have been plenty of surprises through the first quarter of the season, both good and bad. The play of their top players has the Dallas Stars decidedly on the 'good' side of the ledger in the early going.
The Detroit Red Wings are changing things up for the Stadium Series game against the Colorado Avalanche. Instead of using the Winged Wheel, the Red Wings are going with a stylized ‘D’ and a jersey that was “inspired by modern automotive aesthetics.”
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