The Dallas Stars ended a five-year playoff drought last season and are looking well positioned to become a much more competitive team in the loaded Central Division.
Former Blackhawks first-round pick turned free agent will sign with the New York Rangers after being courted by multiple teams.
Islanders prospect Josh Ho-Sang scored a dazzling trick shot goal while at a summer training camp. It will make you dizzy.
At a summer camp ahead of the season, P.K. Subban's younger brother Jordan put on a show against middle brother and goalie Malcolm.
Clarke MacArthur signed a five-year, 23.25 million extension to remain with the Senators through 2020.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are creating an analytics department and have hired ExtraSkater's Darryl Metcalf as well as two other prominent stats bloggers according to a report.
The Buffalo Sabres are in the middle of what could be a lengthy rebuild, but its multitude of high draft picks in recent years has the club off to a good start to a brighter future.
Charles Wang has reached an agreement to sell the New York Islanders to Jonathan Ladecky and Scott Makin according to Arthur Staple of Newsday.
Ten years after he was injured and less than a month before a civil trial, former Avalanche forward Steve Moore reached an out-of-court settlement stemming form an on-ice attack by Vancouver Canucks forward Todd Bertuzzi.
Ryan Malone pleaded no contest to a DUI charge in a Tampa court Tuesday. He also agreed to a pretrial diversion program on a drug charge stemming from an April arrest.
A pair of Los Angeles Kings fans combined their filmmaking skills with their love of the team to create a hilarious cartoon series based on Kings defenseman Drew Doughty.
In a bit of a surprising statement, Coyotes co-owner and chairman George Gosbee said he believes the team will be profitable sooner than expected. Who would have thought you'd hear Coyotes and profitable in the same sentence?
Sonny Milano, the 16th overall pick in the 2014 NHL Draft by the Blue Jackets, has decided he'll sign with the OHL's Plymouth Whalers instead of going to Boston College as planned.
The NHL has moved its scouting combine to Buffalo, N.Y., for 2015 and 2016.
The Edmonton Oilers have been running in place for years and despite enjoying three straight first-overall picks, the club has been unable to turn the corner.
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