Blues’ Berglund needs shoulder surgery, out four months. Who steps in for St. Louis?

By Jared Clinton

The St. Louis Blues announced they will be without Patrik Berglund for four months due to shoulder surgery. Luckily, the Blues have options on the wing. Rookie Robby Fabbri could be ready for his NHL debut, but veteran Scott Gomez presents an interesting option in training camp. More

  • Dan Carcillo

    Daniel Carcillo says he’s ‘98 percent ready’ to retire

    Daniel Carcillo hasn’t officially announced his retirement, but the 30-year-old winger said it might be time for him to move on from the game. Carcillo said he feels he’s ’98 percent ready’ and could focus on his charitable organization, Chapter 5, instead of continuing to pursue his hockey career.

  • Mike Richards is headed to free agency after a buyout by the Los Angeles Kings. (Getty Images)

    Mike Richards charged with possession of a controlled substance

    Manitoba RCMP have charged former Los Angeles Kings center Mike Richards with possession of a controlled substance. Richards, 30, was charged in connection with an alleged incident at the U.S.-Canada border on June 17.

  • Ivan Nalimov after surrendering a goal from center ice. (via KHL/YouTube)

    Watch KHL defenseman score on Blackhawks draft pick from center ice

    When a goaltender concedes a marker from center ice, it’s usually due to bad ice or a bouncing puck. For Ivan Nalimov, it was simply that the shot picked a corner about as perfectly as it could have been picked. Watch as Nalimov, a Blackhawks draft pick, gets beaten clean from center.

  • Randy Hernandez (photo courtesy of the player)

    The incredible story of Team USA’s Randy Hernandez

    Born to Cuban immigrants who don't speak English, the swift-skating center got into hockey on a whim and now the Miami, Florida native is part of the National Team Development Program's incoming under-17 squad.

  • Phil Kessel in his new Penguins jersey. (via Pittsburgh Penguins/Twitter)

    Let’s predict Phil Kessel’s goal total as Sidney Crosby’s linemate

    What effect will Sidney Crosby have on Phil Kessel's goal total if the two remain linemates? We concoct a prediction using Pascal Dupuis' numbers as a starting point.

  • Bakersfield Condors logo (via SportsLogos.net/Chris Creamer)

    AHL Logo Ranking: No. 18 – Bakersfield Condors

    The Bakersfield Condors were a staple of the ECHL, but they’re coming over to the AHL this season thanks to the league’s West Coast growth. The Condors logo is coming, too, and while it hasn’t changed much, it’s still a good enough mark to land at No. 18 on our countdown.

  • Shannon Szabados. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)

    Shannon Szabados forgoes NWHL opportunity to re-sign in men’s pro league

    Standout women’s netminder and two-time Olympic gold medalist Shannon Szabados could be a starting netminder this season, and she might not have to leave the SPHL to do it. Szabados, 29, said the NWHL came calling, but she is going to head back to the Columbus Cottonmouths for 2015-16.

  • Image from the Greenville twitter feed

    How do we feel about Swamp Rabbits?

    ECHL's Greenville franchise used to be the Road Warriors, but they've been rebranded now as the Swamp Rabbits. It's certainly unique and has us pondering many light questions here in the office today.

September 14, 2015

September 14, 2015

It’s THN’s Future Of Hockey Issue, where we look at where our game will be in five, 15 and 25 years. Where are we headed with training, gear and how we play and watch the sport? We’ve got the crystal ball…

Buy now
Pool Guide 2015- 16

Pool Guide 2015- 16

Get the edge in your pool with THN's Ultimate Fantasy Pool Guide. We’ve got point projections and insights for more than 600 players, full-page previews of every NHL with depth charts, top 10 prospects and points-o-meter, plus specialized stats breakdowns by category to keep you ahead of your competition.

Buy now

THN on Twitter

What do you think of Mark Giordano's a six-year, $40.5 million extension?





Contests

Our Partners