Top remaining free agents -- and where they'd fit best
Most of the NHL's major unrestricted free agents have already signed. But a few intriguing veterans -- such as future Hall of Famers Jaromir Jagr and Jarome Iginla -- are still looking for jobs.
Riding along with the Stanley Cup
From the parade in Pittsburgh to a close encounter with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at Penguins owner Ron Burkle's house to a reunion with Chris Kunitz and his kids, we're tracking the Cup's travels this summer.
Canadiens to charge for paper season tickets
A Canadiens spokesman confirmed that the default option will be mobile tickets for season-ticket holders, and fans who want physical tickets will be charged $150 plus tax per seat.
Red Wings, Tatar agree to terms on 4-year deal
Tomas Tatar, who led the Red Wings with 25 goals and 21 assists last season, has agreed to terms with the team on a $21.2 million, four-year deal.
Sens, Dzingel avoid arbitration with 2-year deal
Senators center Ryan Dzingel agreed to a two-year, $3.6 million contract to avoid an arbitration hearing.
Hall of a catch: Scuba diver finds AHL ring
Dick Gamble will be getting his American Hockey League Hall of Fame ring back after a scuba diver found it in New York's Canandaigua Lake earlier this month.
Parayko, Blues agree to 5-year, $27.5M deal
Defenseman Colton Parayko and the Blues have come to terms on a five-year, $27.5 million contract.
Crosby bringing Stanley Cup back to Nova Scotia
Sidney Crosby will mark his 30th birthday by again parading the Stanley Cup in the Halifax-Dartmouth Natal Day parade on Aug. 7.
Sabres' rehabbing Okposo to play summer game
Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo is set to play in a summer league game, his next step while recovering from an undisclosed illness that placed his hockey future in question in March.
A dream (that didn't) come true: Predators fan didn't know he won free tickets to the Stanley Cup
Nashville Predators fan Andrew Fudge entered a Twitter contest to win free tickets to a Stanley Cup Final game. The good news? He won! The bad news? He found out he was a winner more than a month after the game took place.
Senators reach 3-year, $9.3M deal with Pageau
The Ottawa Senators and restricted free-agent forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau avoided arbitration by agreeing to terms on a three-year, $9.3 million contract.
Hischier expected to be a Swiss can't-miss
First overall pick Nico Hischier is not what you think of when you think of the New Jersey Devils: He models himself after Pavel Datsyuk, he scores like crazy, and he -- gasp! -- wants to wear No. 13. Who does he think he is?
Flyers sign No. 2 pick Patrick to three-year deal
Nolan Patrick, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 draft, has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Flyers.
Blackhawks' Campbell retires after 17 seasons
Blackhawks defenseman Brian Campbell is retiring after 17 seasons in the league, including winning a Stanley Cup with Chicago in 2010.
Golden Knights sign D Reinhart, F Leipsic
Defenseman Griffin Reinhart and forward Brendan Leipsic received two-year contracts after being selected by the Golden Knights in the expansion draft.
Devils sign No. 1 overall pick Hischier
The New Jersey Devils have signed No. 1 overall pick Nico Hischier to the maximum three-year, entry-level contract for salary and performance bonuses.
Biggest offseason fantasy development for all 31 NHL teams
Following the expansion draft, entry draft and free agency, there are many players who saw their fantasy value go up or down. We break down the biggest development on each team's roster.
Lightning re-sign Palat to $26.5M, 5-year deal
Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman completed his offseason to-do list by signing "model player" Ondrej Palat to a $26.5 million, five-year deal.
Sharks re-sign F Chris Tierney to 1-year deal
The San Jose Sharks have re-signed forward Chris Tierney to a one-year contract.
Hurricanes owner considering selling team
Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos Jr. is considering selling the NHL team.
Kings sign Russian center Loktionov
Andrei Loktionov, the Russian center who won a Stanley Cup ring with the Los Angeles Kings in 2012, has been re-signed to the team.
Defenseman Ference retires after 16 years
Defenseman Andrew Ference, who won a Stanley Cup with the Bruins, is retiring after 16 seasons in the league.
Giordano proves to be a good humanitarian.
Winner of ESPN's Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award and Calgary Flames' Mark Giordano shares why he encourages athletes to give back to their community.
Crosby says he didn't focus on concussion talk
Penguins star Sidney Crosby said Wednesday he did not pay attention to those questioning whether he should continue playing hockey after suffering another concussion during the playoffs.
Canes give Slavin 7-year, $37M extension
The Hurricanes have agreed to a seven year contract extension with defenseman Jaccob Slavin. The deal has an annual average value of $5.3 million.
Alex Ovechkin and Henrik Lundqvist aren't getting any younger. And even after high-profile free-agent additions -- or losses -- like Kevin Shattenkirk, their respective teams might no longer be surefire Cup contenders.
Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl combined for 177 points last season. Here's how they stack up to other top twosomes -- like Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, and Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane -- from a stats and Stanley Cup-potential perspective.
Who is going where when the clock strikes noon on July 1? We have full coverage before, during and after the annual free-agency frenzy.