Restricted free agent defenseman Danny DeKeyser has signed a new two-year deal with the Detroit Red Wings worth a reported $4.375 million.
The Anaheim Ducks surprised several lucky season ticket holders with a rather unique season ticket pickup experience, with players Ryan Kesler, John Gibson and Hampus Lindholm and head coach Bruce Boudreau in on the act.
Restricted free agent forward Devante Smith-Pelly signed a two-year deal worth a reported $1.6 million with the Anaheim Ducks, ensuring he'll be in attendance at training camp.
Maple Leafs prospect Antoine Bibeau made a simply dazzling diving glove save during a rookie tournament game against Pittsburgh Penguins prospects.
The Red Wings don't expect to see Daniel Alfredsson in training camp after the veteran forward suffered a setback while nursing his injured back.
The St. Louis Blues have extended enforcer Paul Bissonnette an offer to attend their training camp on a tryout basis.
There are going to be a lot of new faces in new places as there is every year in the NHL. Here's a look at the new acquisitions, big and small, that could be particularly interesting to watch when training camps start.
Chicago Blackhawks top prospect Teuvo Teravainen showed off some of his skills with a pretty no-look pass in a rookie tournament game against the Ottawa Senators.
Blue Jackets GM Jarmo Kekalainen went on the offensive Tuesday as there is still no deal with forward Ryan Johansen as training camp rapidly approaches.
The NHL is reportedly discussing whether or not it should publicize the fines it doles out for embellishment. Apparently the players want it, but the league is unsure.
Restricted free agent defenseman Eric Gelinas signed a one-year deal with the New Jersey Devils Monday. His contract is worth a reported $900,000.
Flyers goalie Steve Mason is back with another great zombified goalie mask, this time featuring infamous inmates of Philadelphia's famed Eastern State Penitentiary including Al Capone.
NHL training camps will include many young prospects looking to make their teams' opening night rosters. There are a lot of interesting players, but here's 10 that may be of particular interest.
The Montreal Canadiens won't have a captain next season. Instead, Andrei Markov, Max Pacioretty, Tomas Plekanec and P.K. Subban will serve as alternate captains. This is only the second season in which the Habs won't have a captain.
Ryan McDonagh may be named the Rangers' captain once camp opens later this week.
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