Matthew Tkachuk will be getting paid on his next contract, it’s simply a matter of where that dollar figure will land.
Artemi Panarin may not be the only star player the New York Rangers could try to target this summer.
How long might it be before the futility of the Oilers franchise wears on Connor McDavid enough to seek a trade?
The New York Rangers’ rebuild may be taking a noticeable step forward this summer.
Things have not been going well for the Sabres of late, and losing Jeff Skinner to free agency - if it were to happen - could be another blow to the franchise.
The Buffalo Sabres could become a key part in what is already shaping up to be an interesting summer of NHL transactions.
There is clearly more work to be done on the Buffalo Sabres, so how might that translate this summer?
The ascension of the New York Islanders has caught the attention of hockey fans across the league, and the fun may just be getting started for Lou Lamoriello.
Jon Cooper is still without a contract for next season, but will this spring be a ‘Stanley Cup or bust’ type of situation for the Lightning’s head coach?
Jon Cooper has his Tampa Bay Lightning atop the NHL by a comfortable margin, but the head coach is still without a contract for next season.
Whether Taylor Hall plays again this season remains to be seen, as is for whom the star winger will be skating with his next contract.
The Philadelphia Flyers are vying for a Wild Card spot, but their loudest noise on the NHL scene might be made this summer.
The Rangers may well be poised to add a significant building block to their program this summer, but that’s not all at which they’re looking.
Who are the leading contenders to become the next general manager of the Edmonton Oilers?
If you’re wondering why Gary Bettman and the NHL are standing firm on not changing the playoff format, it may not be that complicated an answer.
The Arizona Coyotes are making a valiant push for the playoffs, and the team’s GM has apparently been exploring every potential available avenue to help.
It has been nearly six weeks since Peter Chiarelli was fired, and the “next phase” for the Oilers’ search for his replacement may take place within the next two weeks.
As the summer nears, we’ll be hearing more and more noise surrounding Taylor Hall’s future with the New Jersey Devils.
With the deadline day in the books, more fact from fiction may be parsed when it comes to trades that didn’t happen.
So just how close were the Oilers and Leafs to making a trade before Monday’s deadline?
Lou Lamoriello will have decisions to make on several pending UFAs once the season wraps up.
More details are emerging about the Jason Zucker trade that wasn’t Monday between the Calgary Flames and Minnesota Wild.
Vegas ended up landing Mark Stone right before the trade deadline, but it wasn’t a straight path to that destination.
Paul Fenton has been steadily chipping away at a roster overhaul for the Wild, and this summer may see the biggest changes yet.
We know which trades were completed by Monday’s deadline, but which deals didn’t quite have enough juice to get finished?
The Vancouver Canucks were apparently one of the teams that tried to take a swing at landing William Nylander during his contract impasse.
So what exactly happened that caused the trade between the Flames and Wild involving Jason Zucker to fall apart?
The behind-the-scenes intricacies behind trades can be fascinating, and Monday’s Mark Stone transaction was just such an example.
The Calgary Flames made a minor trade deadline add, but didn’t land any of the big fish.
Almost more interesting than the trades that actually took place by the deadline are the ones that didn’t materialize.
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