The One Thing Every NHL Free Agent Signing Must Avoid This Off-Season

With the NHL draft over and July free agency well underway, the doldrums of the summer are thankfully upon us. Rest, relaxation and recouperation are all on the menu for NHL players, not just on the Panthers and the Oilers but all of the rest of the National Hockey League teams.

Retro Rangers: Berenson Hit the Post!

Retro Rangers: Berenson Hit the Post!

Red Berenson was one of the first stars to emerge from the NHL’s initial expansion in 1967, scoring over 100 goals in his first three seasons with the St. Louis Blues and leading them to three consecutive appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals.

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Spectacular and Clinical

Spectacular and Clinical

Spectacular. Clinical. Rarely are those two words used to describe the same hockey game, but they capture well the final tilt of the Professional Women’s Hockey League’s inaugural season, as PWHL Minnesota bested PWHL Boston 3-0 at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Mass., to clinch the Walter Cup.

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A Chronicle of Heartbreaks

A Chronicle of Heartbreaks

57 years of futility can be heartbreaking, especially if you’re a Toronto Maple Leafs fan. With their game seven overtime loss to the Boston Bruins in the first round of the 2023/24 playoffs the Leafs have enhanced their status as the team guaranteed to break the collective hearts of their fan base.

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Who aced the offseason? Report cards for all 32 NHL teams

How well has each GM done so far this summer? The grades are in, including three A's. [...]

NHL Power Rankings: Way-too-early edition for the 2024-25 season

With the draft, free agency and the first wave of summer blockbusters in the rearview mirror, here's how each team stands looking ahead to the fall. [...]

Preds' Stamkos bids emotional farewell to Tampa

Steven Stamkos bid an emotional farewell to the Tampa Bay community on Monday, penning an article for The Players' Tribune that recounted going from the No. 1 draft pick to [...]

Rangers, D Schneider agree on contract extension

The New York Rangers and up-and-coming defenseman Braden Schneider have agreed on a two-year, $4.4 million contract extension, leaving teammate Ryan Lindgren, who typically plays on the top line, as [...]

Rangers re-sign Ruhwedel to one-year contract

The New York Rangers have re-signed veteran defenseman Chad Ruhwedel to a one-year contract. [...]

Moser inks 2-year, $6.75M deal with Lightning

Defenseman J.J. Moser, acquired by Tampa Bay in a trade with Utah last month, signed a contract Thursday as the sides avoided arbitration. [...]

Ex-Stars D Suter joining Blues on one-year deal

Ryan Suter, who had the final season of his contract bought out by Dallas in late June, has agreed to a one-year deal with the Blues. [...]

Panthers, D-man Boqvist agree to 1-year contract

The Florida Panthers agreed to terms with defenseman Adam Boqvist on a one-year contract Tuesday. [...]

Stars leave DSG/Bally Sports, turn to streaming

After parting ways with Diamond Sports Group, owners of the Bally Sports networks, the Stars announced a seven-year contract with A Parent Media Co. Inc. to launch a streaming platform. [...]

Macklin Celebrini's family-centered journey to the top of the 2024 NHL draft class

From five-hour car rides, to countless other sacrifices, family is a big reason for the success of top NHL draft prospect Macklin Celebrini and his siblings. [...]

NCAA HOCKEY

NCHC Adds St. Thomas Beginning in 2026-27, It’s a Good Thing

Last week, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference added the University of St. Thomas as its 10th team, beginning in the 2026-27 season. The addition of UST happened quickly. According to The Rink Live, there were no formal discussions with the University of St....
Bobcats Tip Badgers in OT

Bobcats Tip Badgers in OT

Providence, RI – The defending National Champion Quinnipiac Bobcats are no strangers to overtime. They only needed twelve seconds of it last year to defeat the Big Ten’s Minnesota Golden Gophers in the title game. They needed 11 minutes and four seconds on Friday to...

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BC Too Much For Michigan Tech

BC Too Much For Michigan Tech

Providence, RI - The Boston College Eagles' depth was too much for the Michigan Tech Huskies to handle in the third period as BC scored four goals to open up a close game through two periods. John Leonard and Cutter Gauthier each scored two goals to power the #1...

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The name Hobey Baker is forever etched in the minds of college hockey fans, mainly because the sport's biggest individual honor is named after him, and every year, we get [...]

Boston University's Macklin Celebrini, the No. 1 overall pick in last week's NHL Draft, has signed an entry-level contract with the San Jose Sharks [...]

Artyom Levshunov, following an outstanding freshman season at Michigan State, has signed a three-year entry-level contract with Chicago. The Blackhawks selected Levshunov No. 2 overall in last week's NHL Draft [...]

The 2024 NHL Draft concluded Saturday at The Sphere in Las Vegas, with rounds 2-7. Following the nine first-round selections of current or incoming NCAA players in Friday's first round, [...]

Led as expected by Boston University phenom and reigning Hobey Baker Award winner Macklin Celebrini — now the San Jose Sharks' No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 NHL Draft [...]

No one is expecting college hockey to match the insanity of the 2021 NHL Draft, but this year could come pretty close [...]

Dave Shyiak, a member of the 1991 Northern Michigan national championship team, is returning to his alma mater as head coach [...]

When two-time national champion coach Jeff Jackson announced this week that he will step down from Notre Dame after this upcoming season, his 20th in South Bend, the word "retirement" [...]

HOCKEY HISTORY

Retro Rangers: Berenson Hit the Post!

Red Berenson was one of the first stars to emerge from the NHL’s initial expansion in 1967, scoring over 100 goals in his first three seasons with the St. Louis Blues and leading them to three consecutive appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals.

Retro Rangers: Remembering Bob Dill

Retro Rangers: Remembering Bob Dill

Bob Dill was a bruising defenseman who was acquired by the Rangers in January 1944 to add some muscle to their lineup. Born in St. Paul, Minnesota in April 1920, Dill played hockey for his local high school, and then traveled to Florida to play for the Miami Clippers of the four-team Tropical Hockey League in 1938.

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HOCKEY VIDEO GAMES

NHL 24 Fails to Deliver

The latest edition of EA Sports’ NHL hockey video game series – NHL 24 – is available now on PlayStation and Xbox. Last season’s release was quite disappointing, and our hope was that NHL 24 would represent a huge leap forward and take full advantage of next-generation console power. Unfortunately, it falls short and disappoints again this time, in some even more critical ways.

NHL 23: Breaking the Illusion

NHL 23: Breaking the Illusion

NHL 22 was the first hockey game developed for next-gen consoles, and while it was very solid in every regard, expectations were that NHL 23 would build upon that foundation to deliver a truly game-changing experience. Did EA Sports deliver?

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NHL 23 Coming on October 14th

NHL 23 Coming on October 14th

EA Sports’ annual hockey video game – NHL 23 – will be released on October 14th, and as always, Inside Hockey will be here to cover it. The cover athletes for NHL 23 are Trevor Zegras (Anaheim Ducks) and Sarah Nurse (Team Canada). Nurse is the first woman to appear on the cover of the EA NHL hockey video game.

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PHOTO GALLERIES

Photo Gallery: Capitals vs Flyers (04/16/2024)

The Washington Capitals clinched the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with their 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers in regulation. Simultaneously, the Capitals victory also ended the Red Wings and Penguins chances at the post-season.

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