Who will the Toronto Maple Leafs select with the first overall pick, how can we expect the top 5 to shake out and who is a player everyone is sleeping on headed into the draft? NHL writer Chris Peter answers these questions as he joins Nick Kostos to preview the 2016 NHL draft.
Get an exclusive look as Pittsburgh Penguins¿¿¿ Sidney Crosby shaves his playoff beard after capturing one of the most elusive trophy in sports, the Stanley Cup. Catch the season finale Friday, June 17 at 9PM ET/PT, only on SHOWTIME.
The National Hockey League looks ready to roll the dice on an expansion franchise in Las Vegas. NHL writer Chris Peters joins host Ryan Bass to explain what's next and if a hockey franchise will thrive in Sin City.
Penguins captain Sidney Crosby was named the Conn Smythe Trophy winner Sunday, as the Penguins captured their fourth Stanley Cup Trophy. Chris Peters joins Ryan Bass to discuss Crosby taking home the hardware.
There's one reason why the Sharks are still alive in the Stanley Cup Final: Martin Jones. San Jose's goalie has been the saving grace for his team. NHL writer Chris Peters tells Ryan Bass he'll have to continue his superb play for the Sharks to have a chance in this series.
The Sharks made a big statement getting a 3-2 overtime win on home ice in game three, but the Penguins still hold a 2-1 series lead. CBS Sports NHL writer Chris Peters joins Matthew Coca to discuss the Sharks win and take a look forward to game four.
The Stanley Cup Final continues as the Pittsburgh Penguins look to extend their series lead over the San Jose Sharks, the PGA Tour moved their golf event from Donald Trump's Doral to Mexico City and L.A. Rams quarterback Nick Foles is reportedly skipping OTAs.
ALL ACCESS: Quest for the Stanley Cup gives fans a look into the action and intensity seen throughout the second episode as tension rises between the San Jose Sharks and St. Louis Blues in Game 4 of the Western Conference Final as they battle for a coveted spot in the Stanley Cup Final. Watch Fridays at 9PM ET/PT on SHOWTIME.
One again, the "HBK" line for Pittsburgh worked to perfection. This time, it helped the Pens take a 1-0 series lead over the San Jose Sharks in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. NHL writer Chris Peters joins host Ryan Bass to recap Game 1.
Tom Brady's legal team is seeking an appeal of his 4-game suspension in relation to deflate-gate, Oklahoma City goes up 2-1 on Golden State and Lighting put Penguins on verge of elimination with their 4-3 overtime victory.
Dive into the world of playoffs hockey as the final four teams fight for their chance to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals. New episodes of the series, the first of its kind to boast unfettered access to the championship of a major professional sport, will debut every Friday night at 9p ET/PT on SHOWTIME.
The Oklahoma City Thunder stun the Golden State Warriors in Game 1, the Pittsburgh Penguins tie up the series in overtime against the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Buffalo Bills are dealing with some injuries to their star wide receiver and first-round pick.
You couldn't have asked for a more evenly-matched Western Conference Finals. The St. Louis Blue will face off with the San Jose Sharks. Who has the edge? Chris Peters joins Ryan Bass to give his prediction for the series.
Watch a few moments from behind the scenes of the Penguins-Capitals overtime thriller that ended with Patric Hornqvist receiving the coveted Warrior Helmet for his heroics. The weekly behind-the-scenes series premieres Friday, May 20 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.
The Tampa Bay Lightning advance past the New York Islanders despite missing Steven Stamkos and Anton Stralman. Chris Peters and Ryan Bass break down the victory and discuss who Tampa Bay could face in the next round.
The St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks are step closer to the Western Conference Final, while the Washington Capitals were able to force a Game 6. Here are 10 takeaways from Saturday's Stanley Cup Playoff action.