- Whole truth: Winnik says ear not missing piece
- Former Canadiens coach Demers hospitalized
- Kings place Quick-sub Zatkoff on IR (groin)
- Devils dedicate 11-foot bronze statue to Brodeur
For more than 20 years, the Los Angeles Kings played preseason games in Las Vegas, as the city in the desert warmed up to the greatest show on ice. Now the Kings are passing the torch.
Daniel Winnik says his ear is fully intact, contrary to what coach Barry Trotz said after the Capitals forward took a puck to the side of the head Thursday night.
Former Montreal Canadiens coach Jacques Demers has been hospitalized. A senator in the Canadian parliament, Demers, 72, had been previously hospitalized in April for a stroke.
Kings goalie Jeff Zatkoff, who was starting in place of injured Jonathan Quick, was put on IR with a groin injury.
Martin Brodeur was honored prior to the Devils' game against the Minnesota Wild on Saturday night in a ceremony attended by a few hundred fans on a damp, drizzly night.
Teemu Selanne and the Winnipeg Jets topped the Oilers 6-5 in the Heritage Classic alumni game.
The Stars have activated forward Ales Hemsky from the injured list after he sustained a groin injury during the World Cup of Hockey that forced him to miss Dallas' first four games.
In a Q&A with ESPN.com, Las Vegas owner Bill Foley drops hints about the nickname of the expansion franchise, what the colors will be and what he really thinks of the NFL's Raiders.
What makes the Tampa Bay Lightning the best franchise in sports? According to captain Steven Stamkos, owner Jeff Vinik and their fans, it's all about the love.
The season is barely a week old, but we're going out on a limb to say the Lightning will catch fire, Carey Price will lead the Canadiens to the playoffs and Brad Marchand will score 40 (or more).
Sure, he is 51 goals behind. But considering how well Jaromir Jagr prepares for each season, don't be surprised if he catches Gordie Howe on the all-time goals list.
On a night when the rookie seasons of Bobby Orr and Milt Schmidt were honored, it was Orr who reluctantly found himself in the spotlight for what he's done -- on and off the ice.
Bobby Orr, on the night to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his first game in the NHL, said "somehow we've got to slow the game down" when addressing the state of the league.
Jaromir Jagr has become the third player to score 750 goals in the NHL, joining Wayne Gretzky (894) and Gordie Howe (801).
The young defenseman and Winnipeg are waiting each other out. Plus, will Pittsburgh settle on Marc-Andre Fleury or Matt Murray at goaltender?
Their longtime captain is gone, their coach is on his way out and the kids are getting more responsibility. What is going on with the St. Louis Blues?
Patric Hornqvist's third-period goal, the Penguins' third of the period, proves to be the game winner in the rematch of last year's Stanley Cup finals.
All the rookie hype understandably has been on Auston Matthews. But with Patrik Laine's hat trick, including the winner in OT, against Matthews' Leafs, the Calder clash is officially on.
Get caught up with all the latest fantasy-relevant news around the NHL, including injury fill-ins and new line combinations, with intel on every team.
Who is atop the NHL's rookie rankings in the early stages of the 2016-17 season?
Patrik Laine, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NHL draft, scored the tying goal in the final minute of the third period and then got the game-winner in OT to record his first career hat trick.
With Jonathan Quick on injured reserve, some would argue the Kings should trade for another big-name goalie with starting experience. Here's why they shouldn't.
When it came to roster reconstruction, four teams -- the Canadiens, Rangers, Blues and Coyotes -- pivoted sharply this offseason. Will their drastic changes position them for a Stanley Cup run?
The Anaheim Ducks sent left wing Mason Raymond, right wing Nick Sorensen and defenseman Jacob Larsson to the minors in a roster shake-up after the team's 1-3-1 start to the season.
The Blackhawks continue to be a top contender despite paying extraordinary amounts to a few key stars. How have GM Stan Bowman & Co. done it?
Connor McDavid is the youngest player to don the ceremonial C. But some teams seem to be in no hurry to name a captain. How important is having a guy with the letter on his jersey nowadays?
P.K. Subban's Johnny Cash impersonations and highlight-reel style of play have been music to the ears of Predators fans. Can the defenseman help his new team chart a Stanley Cup course?
Scott Burnside, Craig Custance, Pierre LeBrun and Joe McDonald update the effect of the Shea Weber-P.K. Subban deal and wonder if Marian Hossa is worthy of the Hall of Fame. Plus, Predators GK Pekka Rinne, Bruins LW Brad Marchand and Neil Paine of 538 stop by.
A preview for the week of Oct. 24-30 in fantasy hockey, with key matchups and projections in a downloadable PDF cheat sheet, as well as notes on specific teams and players to use.
Of all the players who switched teams this offseason, which ones are being used correctly by their new coach (and which ones aren't)? A look at early player usage trends for stars with new clubs.
Marian Hossa had a series of what-ifs on his path to greatness, and in Chicago he built a legacy that goes beyond his most recent milestone.
So many young and talented players are making a big splash in the NHL this season. But which ones will have the biggest long-term effect on their teams? We've picked the best candidates.
Richard Panik's Blackhawks breakout was a highlight of the NHL's opening week, while Cam Talbot's miscue and the Flames' flameout were among the lows.
Six points in three games were good enough to earn Oilers captain and superstar Connor McDavid his first star this week.
Sure, it's early, but that won't stop the rankings from happening. After less than a week of the season, the Penguins and Blues are looking strong. As for the Blue Jackets ... not so much.
The St. Louis Blues are among the NHL teams with the most former first-round picks, and they just added Nail Yakupov. What's behind their strategy?
When Auston Mattews was a 17-18 year old the player that coaches compared him to most was Jonathan Toews. The two going head to head tonight
NSH calls up about 1/3 of their AHL team, and their AHL squad signed Dov Grumet-Morris, a retired goalie working in investment management.
Ducks making changes to line up in wake of start. Larsson, Sorensen to AHL, Theodore, Cramarossa, Sgarbossa up.
Bruins recalled goaltender Zane McIntyre from the Providence Bruins on an emergency basis. This is the first NHL recall of his career