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Statement From Gary Bettman On The Passing Of Al Arbour
NEW YORK (Aug. 28, 2015) -- National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman today released the following statement regarding the passing of Hockey Hall of Famer Al Arbour:
“The National Hockey League deeply mourns the passing of Al Arbour...
A Four-Year Extension For Cody Eakin In Dallas
FRISCO, Texas - Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced today that the club has signed center Cody Eakin to a four-year contract extension. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Eakin, 24, finished tied for fourth on th...
What To Do With Dustin Byfuglien
Byfuglien is scheduled to be a UFA on July 1, 2016.
from Ryan Dixon of Sportsnet,
... they were swept aside in four first-round games by the Anaheim Ducks last spring, but that’s precisely how things went for the Tampa Bay Lighting in...
Al Arbour Passes Away At Age 82
The hockey career of Al Arbour...
from the Hockey Hall of Fame,
Alger Joseph Arbour was one of the most successful head coaches in NHL history. As of 1996 his career totals of 1,606 games behind the bench and 781 victories trailed onl...
The Mike Richards Case
from Lisa Dillman of the LA Times,
Prosecutors in Manitoba could proceed summarily, a course of action for less-serious offenses, or by indictment, reserved for more serious matters.
"This is an offense for which there is a huge [sentenci...
Talk Of The Summer
from Scott Burnside of ESPN,
Training camp is so close you can almost feel it, so it is time to shake more of the rust off and do a little rambling.
Pretty darned good summer for Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treli...
Cam Ward Wants To Stay In Carolina
from Chip Alexander of the News & Observer,
Goaltender Cam Ward was the first off the ice Thursday at Raleigh Center Ice, soon to be followed by Eric Staal.
Ward and Staal have been two constants for the Carolina Hurricanes for more t...
Training With Andrew Ference
from Marty Klinkenberg of the Globe and Mail,
A buff 36-year-old in a T-shirt and shorts stands at the front. A hockey star in a hockey town, defenceman Andrew Ference has been the captain of the Edmonton Oilers since joining them as a free a...
Tyler Ennis On The Rebuild In Buffalo
from Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun,
Heading into the season, there is excitement in Buffalo due to the manner their roster was turned over.
“I think it’s like Edmonton right now, there is a lot of turnover and changes in...
New York Rangers Top Games On Secondary Ticket Market
by Joe Sudburg,
The New York Rangers were one game away from back-to-back Stanley Cup appearances before being upended by the Tampa Bay Lightning in last season’s Eastern Conference Finals, a game that the Rangers had everything going for ...
Do The New York Rangers Have Another Cup Run In Them?
from Dan Rosen of NHL.com,
So the window question, whether it's wide open or closing, is legitimate for the Rangers. How many chances does a team get before the bottom falls out? Does getting close put even more pressure on the Rangers to win...
A New Deal For Elias Lindholm In Carolina
RALEIGH, NC – Ron Francis, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has agreed to terms with forward Elias Lindholm on a two-year contract extension...
Video- She’s Ready For Some NYI Hockey
What can I say, I'm a little excited for the @NYIslanders to come back! @grabs40 @mattymarts17 @cal_dehaan @joboych pic.twitter.com/rKn0Ki2CVg
— Danielle (@CozNasty2Point0) August 27, 2015
All About The AHL Schedule
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League today released the complete schedule of regular-season games for the 2015-16 season, the league’s 80th year of operation. The season, comprising 1,120 games, begins on Fri., Oct. 9 ...
Patrik Berglund Will Have Shoulder Surgery And Will Be Out At Least Four Months
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today that forward Patrik Berglund will undergo surgery on his right shoulder on Friday.
Berglund injured his shoulder training for the...
What Do You Think About A Nashville/Columbus Stanley Cup Fina?
from Scott Burnside of ESPN,
One of the great things about this time of the year, the days after players have started to drift back into NHL cities in anticipation of training camps starting in a matter of weeks, is to project, to dream, to i...
Morning Line- Greg Wyshynski On Dean Lombardi/Mike Richards
via Greg Wyshynski tweets,
While I don't loathe Kings loopholing contract like some do - I'm a Lamoniello guy after all - this all comes back to Lombardi's failure
Dean could have bought out MR, didn't. Could have dropped hammer on Voynov...
Is Thomas Vanek The Most Important Player For The Minnesota Wild?
from Scott Burnside of ESPN,
This is not a list of the "best" player on each team but the most important. And important is a relative term to be sure.
To be honest, Vanek has been relatively disappointing since signing a three-year contra...
Charge Filed Against Mike Richards
via Rick Westhead of TSN,
Former Los Angles Kings forward Mike Richards has been charged with illegal possession of a controlled substance, the RCMP announced Thursday morning.
Richards was charged on Aug. 25 and has not yet entered a ple...
Francesco Aquillini Trying To Live Large In Beverly Hills
from Brian Hutchinson of the National Post,
Debbie Weiss lives with her partner and four children in Beverly Hills, on a narrow, tranquil street with spectacular views. An art dealer who likes hockey, she claims a soft spot for Canadians. &ld...
The Dropping Currency And Its Effect On Hockey
from Martin Merk of IIHF.com,
What do currencies have to do with hockey business? Quite a lot actually, the best hockey players are paid with money in many countries on three continents, and no salary is immune to the changing values of these...
The Anaheim Ducks Are Built For A Stanley Cup Run
from Curtis Zupke at NHL.com,
The progression of the Anaheim Ducks the past three seasons has been impressive. They've advanced deeper into the Stanley Cup Playoffs every year since 2013, a run most teams would love to have.