- Canadiens' Shaw suspended 3 preseason games
- Seidenberg agrees to 1-year deal with Islanders
- Matthews shatters glass in first Leafs practice
- Team Canada takes Game 1 of World Cup finals
Canadiens forward Andrew Shaw has been suspended three preseason games for boarding Capitals prospect Connor Hobbs on Tuesday.
Dennis Seidenberg has played 13 seasons in the NHL with various teams. He is now the newest member of the New York Islanders after signing a one-year deal worth $1 million.
After a six-day break following the World Cup of Hockey, Auston Matthews made an impact at the Maple Leafs' training camp by shattering a pane of glass with a shot.
Brad Marchand's and Steven Stamkos' first-period goals helped Canada cruise to a 3-1 win over Team Europe in Game 1 of the World Cup of Hockey finals.
Marian Gaborik will miss World Cup of Hockey finals against Canada as well as the first part of the NHL season because of a foot injury suffered in Team Europe's win over Sweden.
IIHF president Rene Fasel has upgraded odds to 50-50 that NHL players will compete at the 2018 Olympics.
As the 2016 World Cup winds down, we wondered: Did the best-on-best tournament deliver? Our writers weigh in on the upshot of Canada's dominance, North America's dazzling run and Team USA's flop.
Team Europe's Zdeno Chara is a dedicated defenseman on the ice and a charitable ambassador for the game off of it, Joe McDonald says. So why do fans still boo the veteran Bruins blueliner?
As the 2016 World Cup winds down, we wondered: What should the next one look like? Our writers weigh in on how to make best-on-best even better and if Europe and the young guns should come back.
Left wing Brad Marchand has signed an eight-year contract extension worth $49 million with the Bruins that has a full no-movement clause for the first five years.
Only on a team as stacked as Canada, could players like Claude Giroux, Braden Holtby and Jake Muzzin be also-rans. But all three are good soldiers who are savoring their World Cup experience.
The NHL and NHL Players' Association have made it clear that the World Cup will live on, but what form it will take, or whether the NHL will be part of the 2018 Olympics, is still unsettled.
The NHL game is moving away from slow, plodding defensemen, and the Predators are way ahead of the curve. Craig Custance checks in with GM David Poile.
The Capitals came to training camp ready to harness whatever they could from their painful playoff loss to the Penguins, and they say they're ready to focus on another run at the Cup this season.
As an NHL free agent, Christian Ehrhoff doesn't know where he'll be headed after the World Cup of Hockey. But the German defenseman isn't letting that affect his play with Team Europe.
In a candid interview, Team Europe coach Ralph Krueger discusses his squad's chances against Canada, his sport-crossing role as Southampton FC chairman, what went wrong in Edmonton and more.
Team Europe showed the guts and single-mindedness it has become known for in a short time and gave us a strangely compelling and wholly unexpected effort in a 3-1 loss to Canada.
Don't be fooled by the 3-1 score. Canada needs to make better decisions with the puck, limit its turnovers and win more puck battles in Game 2 against Europe at the World Cup.
The appointment of Wayne Gretzky as the NHL's ambassador for its centennial celebration opens a floodgate of memories about the Great One's unrivaled impact on the sport of hockey and its fans.
Team Canada fought off its poorest performance of the World Cup of Hockey and relied on Sidney Crosby's unit to edge Europe 3-1 in Game 1 of the best-of-three final on Tuesday night.
Perhaps the most fascinating World Cup of Hockey finals matchup will be Canada's Shea Weber vs. Europe's Roman Josi, two D-men who formed an unlikely but potent partnership with the Predators.
Islanders goalie Jaroslav Halak was expected to be a spare part on Europe's World Cup of Hockey roster. Halak has instead led his underdog team, which few expected to be a factor, to the finals.
Craig Custance explores how one team's general manager is working to build an NHL version of Team North America.
You won't see any panic or selfishness from Team Canada's core stars, including Sydney Crosby and Shea Weber, who know what it's like to play through the toughest of situations.
A complete unknown and a bit of a joke early on, Europe has come together and proved with its win over Sweden and a berth in the finals against Canada that it is the real thing.
Team USA disappeared without much of a fight from the World Cup of Hockey, failing to win a single game despite playing what was widely considered the easiest schedule. So, what's next?
For Sunday's Hat Trick Challenge, ESPN anchor John Buccigross wants Sidney Crosby to show more rage and wonders if we'll see one of his Canada linemates make a (Brad) Marchand of the Penguins.
It's hard to imagine Team Europe beating Team Canada in a three-game series. If they do, here's how it'll happen, according to Craig Custance.
Penguins goaltender Matt Murray is out 3-6 weeks with a broken hand, meaning he'll likely miss the season opener vs. the Capitals.
Team USA officials, especially coach John Tortorella, remain unapologetic about their World Cup of Hockey roster amid criticism from former players.
Senators forward Mark Stone, who had 23 goals and 38 assists last season, has been diagnosed with a concussion.
Chris Jones took his son on an epic sports trip -- a Toronto FC game, followed by a World Cup of Hockey game -- and it taught him more about being a dad than anything else.
Pittsburgh's Phil Kessel said his tweet about Team USA's disappointing World Cup of Hockey performance was not a personal attack, saying, "I have a ton of respect for all those guys there."
Former Team Russia goalie Ilya Bryzgalov still has vivid memories -- and colorful descriptions -- of Canada's dominant win when the teams last met in an important game.
Countrymen Zdeno Chara, Marian Hossa and Marian Gaborik have embraced the opportunity to join forces at the World Cup, helping Team Europe become an unexpected success story.
Team USA, knowing it couldn't match Canada's talent, favored passion over skill when building its World Cup of Hockey roster. The strategy backfired and left the team brokenhearted.
Their last game of the World Cup -- a 4-3 loss to tournament long-shot Czech Republic -- was a fitting end for a Team USA that fell far short of big expectations and will be quickly forgotten.
Patrick Roy, Dominik Hasek, Roger Federer? Team Sweden's star goaltender reveals some of his most significant influences, both on and off the ice.
Team Canada scored a pair of goals in the final minutes of the third period, the second of which came from Brad Marchand with 43.1 seconds left to give his side a 2-1 win over Team Europe and the World Cup of Hockey title.
Crosby's MVP vote was unanimous, FYI
In a thrilling finish, Canada is the winner of the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
Winners of the World Cup.
Sidney Crosby wins World Cup MVP honors. Brad Marchand also deserved consideration. This was the best Crosby has looked in a best-on-best international tournament from start to finish. He won Conn Smythe in June, World Cup MVP now and has to be considered Hart Trophy favorite heading into this NHL season. Incredible run of hockey from the game's best player.
During this 12-0-0 streak from start of Sochi to now, Team Canada has outscored the opposition 41-11 (17-3 in Sochi and 24-8 at WCup)
Conn Smythe Trophy now World Cup MVP for Sidney Crosby, The obvious choice !
Incredible finish for the Canadians. Two Bruins - Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron score goals in the final two minutes to beat Europe and win the World Cup. Full marks to Ralph Krueger and his Europe team for nearly pulling off the upset. Europe was the only team to make Canada sweat and force Carey Price to be a difference-maker.
I'm sure Crosby will be MVP. 3 goals 7 assists +8. Price also is candidate. He was brilliant. Crosby-Marchand-Bergeron finish 1-2-3 points.
World Cup champs, Canada 12-0-0 since start of Sochi, amazing run in best-on-best hockey, 16-game winning streak dating back to Van 2010
What a shot by Brad Marchand with 43.1 seconds left to give Canada a 2-1 lead and the World Cup of Hockey championship.
Brad Marchand short-handed! Canada takes the lead. Jonathan Toews sets it up beautifully. Just crushing for Europe. What a tournament Marchand has turned in.