For the rest of summer Eye on Hockey will be taking a look at the core players that each team can build itself around. The Stanley Cup champion Kings are up first.
The video only lasts a minute and 25 seconds, but it's a rather fun historical trip through the NHL's history from humble beginnings to the 30-team league of today.
Derick Brassard and the New York Rangers worked out a new five-year contract to avoid an arbitration hearing set for Monday.
P.K. Subban made a fun cameo at the Just For Laughs gala in Montreal Saturday night. He brought two pitchers of beer to help actor Seth Rogen live a life-long dream of drinking from the Stanley Cup.
A Hamilton, Ont., man was laid to rest Friday, but his loved ones honored his last request. His pallbearers wore Maple Leafs jerseys so the team "could let him down one last time."
Steven Stamkos has two years remaining on his contract, but recent events have created a flurry of speculation he could one day go home to play for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Montreal Canadiens and Lars Eller avoided a Friday arbitration hearing by agreeing to a four-year deal worth a reported $14 million.
After a summer of change, the Rangers still have so much work left to do to solidify a healthy future for the franchise.
The Calgary Hitmen were founded by one of pro wrestling's greatest legends and with the team entering its 20th anniversary season, they'll wear throwbacks to the jerseys that mirrored Hart's wrestling singlet.
Cory Sarich, a veteran of nearly 969 NHL games and an unrestricted free agent, is hospitalized after being hit by a car while riding his bike.
Two teenage Manitoba girls have been charged with assault stemming from a brawl at a youth hockey tournament which resulted in the referees allegedly being attacked.
Philipp Grubauer turned the patriotism up to 11 with his new Washington Capitals goalie mask for next season.
Canucks TV takes fans behind the scenes of the Canucks' internal talks surrounding the trades that sent Ryan Kesler and Jason Garrison to other teams.
Henrik Lundqvist is selling his Manhattan penthouse condo. It can be yours for the low, low price of nearly $6.5 million.
Former NHL enforcer Patrick Cote confessed to robbing two banks. He was sent to jail for 30 months.
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