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2018 NHL Free Agency Preview: Centres

The NHL Free Agency period opens on Sunday, July 1st and there are a number of big fish on the market.  Over the course of the week, I will be previewing the top names at ... Continue reading →

Breaking Down the Hurricanes/Flames Trade

Day one of the NHL Draft was quiet, but the Carolina Hurricanes and Calgary Flames made a big splash on day two.  The Hurricanes traded Noah Hanifin and Elias Lindholm to the Flames for Dougie ... Continue reading →

Trotz named Islanders Head Coach

Three days after stepping down as the Head Coach of the Washington Capitals, Barry Trotz has been named the 17th Head Coach in New York Islanders’ history.  Further to what @FriedgeHNIC is saying here, I'... Continue reading →

Market for Skinner heating up; Hurricanes want to sign Hanifin long-term

Just six weeks after he was named the General Manager of the Carolina Hurricanes, Don Waddell is already very busy. It seems like Jeff Skinner’s name has been floating around the trade market for ... Continue reading →

Sharks Trade Hoffman to Panthers for Draft Picks

The San Jose Sharks have traded Mike Hoffman and a 2018 seventh-round pick (No.207 overall) to the Florida Panthers in exchange for a 2019 second-round pick, 2018 fourth-round pick (No.123) and a 2018 fifth-round pick (No.139).  Just a few ... Continue reading →

Senators Trade Hoffman to the Sharks for Boedker

The Ottawa Senators have traded Mike Hoffman, prospect Cody Donaghey and a 2020 fifth-round pick to the San Jose Sharks for Mikkel Boedker, prospect Julius Bergman and a 2020 sixth-round pick. Hoffman has two-years left on his ... Continue reading →

Coyotes acquire Galchenyuk from Canadiens for Domi

The Arizona Coyotes have traded winger Max Domi to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for centre Alex Galchenyuk.  Galchenyuk was the No.3 overall pick in 2012 but has disappointed in recent years after breaking out with 30 ... Continue reading →

2018 NHL Free Agency Home Runs

In lieu of Vegas’ weirdly successful expansion draft and their ability to find stars in under-utilized players, I’ve looked into this free agent class and compiled a list of players that teams could take ... Continue reading →

REPORT: Coyotes, Ekman-Larsson verbally agree to 8-year extension

The Arizona Coyotes and defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson have reportedly verbally agreed to terms on an eight-year contract extension.  Sources say the Arizona Coyotes have reached a verbal agreement on a contract extension for Oliver Ekman-Larsson. &... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.16 — Grigori Denisenko

One year removed from a 22-win season, the Colorado Avalanche found themselves back in the playoffs for just the second time since 2011. The Avalanche appeared to be packing it in early when they traded Matt ... Continue reading →