Two trades: Cal Clutterbuck & the 70th pick went from the Minnesota Wild to the New York Islanders for Nino Niederretter. Cory Schneider went from the Vancouver Canucks to the New Jersey Devils straight up for the 9th overall pick,
The draft always has surprises, in fact they’re more the rule than the exception. Here’s a few things that would surprise me today: Any of: Jones, MacKinnon, or Drouin falling outside the top 10, although one falling out of the
There are reports from RDS and elsewhere that Kris Letang has reached a deal with the Penguins to keep him in town another eight years. For $7,250,000.00 each season player 58 will be on the ice for the foreseeable future.
Some of the biggest cities are really tight to the cap, the Bruins, Flyers, and Lightning could all use a touch more cap space to deal with. Both the Bruins and Flyers are likely to lose pieces to free agency.
With the NHL draft this weekend we know three things a: There will be trades 2: there will be “off the board” picks and d: all bets are off on sane prices being paid to get starting goalies and top
This is an occasional feature that will take a look at multiple issues, each in 100 words or less. Team USA Management Announced: Dan Bylsma will coach, and David Polie will be the GM. Only one of those is hope
The unrestricted free agent market tends to be where NHL general managers make their most interesting, and often fatal mistakes. The right wings in this market represent a very strong crop. There are at least three who were in the
The offer sheet had been a dead letter in the NHL until the mammoth offer sheet the Philadelphia Flyers dropped on the Nashville Predators Shea Weber. The Predators ended up matching one of the largest offers in league history and
Every season, every series we get unexpected things. The NHL wth its grueling schedule, physical play, and hard working players you simply can’t escape the drama. 6: The New York Islanders; Throwing Blows The Islanders may have gone down int