There was plenty of movement in the Central Division this offseason. In fact, it could be the most improved division in the league at this point.
Eye On Hockey reviews the big turnover in the Metropolitan Division with many players switching to inter-divisional foes this summer.
The trades were expected to be plentiful but weren't at the 2014 NHL Draft. Still, some things stood out in a good way, and some not so much.
According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews initial contract request is believed to be in the range of $12 million annually ... each.
As Mike Johnston, a hugely successful junior hockey coach, takes over the Penguins, he'll start with his share of skeptics.
The Penguins have their man ... again. The team announced on Wednesday that Portland Winterhawks coach Mike Johnston will take over for the fired Dan Bylsma.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will go back to the drawing board after failing to land their targeted choice to fill the vacant head coaching position.
After winning gold with Russia at the World Championships, Evgeni Malkin has moved on to his next offseason pursuit; snorkeling with whale sharks.
This is the second of two summers in which teams can elect to use the two compliance buyouts from the last CBA. We take a look at every team's situation.
It's been a long time coming but Glen Sather has finally built a Rangers team that has returned to the Stanley Cup Final with a wide mix of drafting, trades and free agency.

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