Funeral music at the start of the week, show tunes at the end. Welcome to the Vancouver Canucks’ world. But while a three-game sweep of the Ottawa Senators leaves much to be happy with, an upcoming road trip against the best teams in the North Division will be a more telling test.
Jim Rutherford's decision to resign as GM of the Penguins on Wednesday shocked the hockey world. And whoever the next GM is in Pittsburgh will be tasked with the same expectations faced by the Hall of Famer nearly seven years ago,
All it ever takes is a little familiarity with Matthew Tkachuk for opponents to start digging in against him. With a post-buzzer clash between the Flames agitator and Toronto's Jake Muzzin, the Leafs and Flames have begun building that animosity, with a full seven games left in their season series.
Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff came out of character to pull the trigger on a pricey blockbuster deal. By doing so, Winnipeg has taken an important — and necessary — step to widening its collective window of contention.
Jacob Markstrom, Johnny Gaudreau and Elias Lindholm were just some of the stars who led the Calgary Flames to victory Monday, rallying past a Vancouver Canucks team who dominated the first period of the game.
The Canucks didn't give themselves much of a chance Thursday to be 2-0 as the Oilers, and especially superstars Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl, were different than the players who lost 5-3 to Vancouver on Wednesday.
Joel Farabee had a goal and three assists, Michael Raffl, James van Riemsdyk and Nolan Patrick also scored to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 6-3 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday in the first game of the NHL season.
John Muckler oversaw one of the successful eras in modern Ottawa Senators history. As a new generation of Senators players continue to find their way in the NHL, Wayne Scanlan remembers Muckler, who died Monday at the age of 86.
Free agency is here, and as we watch the rumours fly and players land on new teams, here's an updated summary of the biggest names still looking to sign on the dotted line this fall -- plus, updates for those who already have.
By adding Kyle Turris, the Oilers get a bargain No. 3 centre who can move up in the lineup if needed. But the team still has some work to do this off-season with holes on defence and in net a priority.
The hardest Stanley Cup playoffs to stage may have been the hardest ever to win. And the contender that’s travelled the most heartbreaking road of them all can finally shed tears of joy. Take a bow, Tampa Bay: You were no flash in the pan!