Seventeen-year-old Neil Doef is an up-and-coming star representing Canada at the at the World Junior A Challenge last weekend. He suffered a devastating injury, but the sport and his small Ontario town are rallying around him. More
Former captain Saku Koivu never won a Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens like so many of their great players from the past did, but that should not tarnish his legacy. He is as beloved as any of the team's past stars and he was just as classy and dignified as they were.
At the end of the 2014-15 season, the Edmonton Oilers AHL farm team, the Oklahoma City Barons, will cease operations. Citing costs, the team has told city officials that they will not be continuing play next season.
Saku Koivu played more games than any other Montreal Canadien in history without winning a Stanley Cup. But as the Canadiens get set to honor their former captain tonight, the city knows he is a champion at heart.
The race for the Vezina Trophy is on, and more than a handful of goaltenders have a realistic shot at taking home the position’s top honor. Pekka Rinne has been great in Nasvhille, but the surprising Marc-Andre Fleury is making a good case for himself.
Dominik Hasek and Scott Niedermayer will be among seven international hockey icons inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame in May 2015. The inductees also include Swedish icon Maria Rooth, longtime Czech captain Robert Reichel, and builder Fran Rider.
Justin Williams and the Los Angeles Kings are reportedly working on a new deal, but it could be shelved until the off-season. If the Kings can't clear some cap space, it may not matter. Meanwhile, with the injury to Jacob Trouba, the Jets search for defensive help.
Binghamton Senators goalie Andrew Hammond had a game for the ages Wednesday night in the AHL, allowing three goals in less than a minute.
Rumors have once again oozed out claiming the top American available for the 2015 draft could be leaving Boston University for the Saint John Sea Dogs, but our prospect expert is deeply skeptical.
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