As was first reported by FOXSportsArizona.com's Craig Morgan on Thursday, the NHL and the Coyotes finalized on Friday a new long-term contract for general manager Don Maloney.
Maloney, who has been the Coyotes' GM for the past six years and in that time has assembled the teams that produced the t
The 2013 NHL Awards winners will be revealed in two live television specials during the Stanley Cup Final.
At 7 p.m. on the day of Game 2 of the Final, the winners of the Hart, Calder, Norris and Vezina trophies, along with the Ted Lindsay Award, will be announced as part of an hour-long show tha
Gagner can be a UFA in one year, and Mac does not want to see that happen.
“Sam likes it here, he has been a valuable member of our team and is always trending up and he’ll be a guy that we’ll be looking to sign.”
My take? This is good news. Gagner is heading into his prime years as a
Hockey Canada is making changes to reclaim its spot atop the international game, as the national governing body has parted ways with head scout Kevin Prendergast and goaltending consultant Ron Tugnutt.
"Those are not easy things to do, but we have to do it," Hockey Canada president Bob Nicholson
The Dallas Stars are rebranding with a new logo, new uniforms and perhaps a new attitude. Naturally, the organization is pretty excited about the coming changes, with plans to unveil them all on June 4.
Everything has been kept under wraps, but the Stars might have accidentally let the cat out of
Lindy Ruff and Scott Arniel both wish to be a head coach in the National Hockey League next season but only one was talking Thursday, at least about the new job opening behind Vancouver’s bench.
By now, you've probably guessed that Arniel was the chatty one. The Canucks are in the market for a
Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney is in the midst of negotiating a contract extension with the NHL and is close to completing a new deal, a league source confirmed.
No timeline for when the contract might be finalized has been set.
Maloney’s current deal expires this off-season, as does co
Words being an imperfect means of communication, they can only reveal so much about what someone is truly thinking.
The instinct, especially when it comes to sports fans and commentators, is put people on the couch, as it were.
Several thousand have done so over the past day or two to try and
The bad news came with an early-morning phone call, as it often does.
When Brad Richards picked it up Thursday, the voice he heard was that of his coach, John Tortorella, telling him for the first time in his postseason career he would be a healthy scratch.
That’s what he was last night at t
Who said 13 is an unlucky number? The Kings won for the 13th consecutive time at Staples Center, blanking the San Jose Sharks 3-0 behind 24 saves by goalie Jonathan Quick on Thursday night.
Los Angeles took a 3-2 series lead with the win and are now on the brink of advancing to the Western Confer
After squeezing into the playoffs on the final day of the regular season, the Detroit Red Wings now are one victory away from eliminating the Presidents' Trophy winner and advancing to the conference finals.
Jimmy Howard made 28 saves for his second career shutout and Jakub Kindl scored on the po
One moment, the Rangers appeared on their way to being swept out of the playoffs by the Boston Bruins.
The next, Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask stumbled and fell, literally, and the Rangers suddenly had new life.
The Rangers capitalized Rask’s miscue to battle back from a two-goal second peri
Hall of Fame goalie Patrick Roy is the new head coach and vice president of hockey operations of the Colorado Avalanche.
Roy takes over the coaching duties from Joe Sacco, who was let go after Colorado finished this season last in the Western Conference with a 16-25 record.
Roy played in Color
Brad Richards sits out tonight. I'm his friend, so of course no one in New York could get a fair hearing from me. But for the record, here's my take.
In 2011, Brad chose to sign with the Rangers against the advice of his agency. They certainly did not argue against New York, but they had laid out
Kings defenseman Drew Doughty scoffed at the notion, put forth by Sharks forward TJ Galiardi, that goalie Jonathan Quick engages in “a little embellishment.”
Doughty stood up for his goalie Quick, a spirited defense, and then said the San Jose player is a noted diver. He took issue with the c
The first domino in the Coyotes’ pivotal offseason is set to fall. And it appears it will fall in the right direction.
Multiple sources have confirmed that the NHL and team are finalizing a new contract for general manager Don Maloney. The terms of the deal are not yet known, nor is a timeline
Alain Vigneault officially found himself on the unemployment line on Wednesday afternoon as Vancouver Canucks general manager Mike Gillis swung the axe after a second consecutive first-round exit.
You can be sure the news didn’t come as a total shock to Vigneault, who has been around the coachi
It has been about a month since the Blue Jackets’ season ended and two months since contract talks between the club and goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky started, but the sides are no closer to reaching a deal.
“We’ve talked. We’ve exchanged ideas,” general manager Jarmo Kekalainen said this
Brad Richards will be a healthy scratch tonight as the New York Rangers try to stave off elimination in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference semifinal against the Boston Bruins.
Richards told reporters after Thursday's morning skate that head coach John Tortorella told him over the phone earlier in
Sharks forward TJ Galiardi said Wednesday that Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick is guilty of "a little embellishment every now and then" in this Western Conference semifinal series as he tries to draw penalties on San Jose forwards.
"What kind of bugs me about him, I don't know if I should
With Game 5 set for Friday at Consol Energy Center, and the Senators reeling, Alfredsson was forced to be blunt when asked if his club could rebound.
"Probably not," Alfredsson said. "[Pittsburgh's] depth and our play right now … it doesn't look too good.
"When you look at what we did, it wa
Maybe it's posturing, maybe it's reality, but at this juncture it doesn't appear Alex Burmistrov is prepared to extend his time with the Winnipeg Jets.
Two league sources have told the Free Press Burmistrov, due to become a restricted free agent on July 5, has no intention of re-signing with the
James Neal scored twice, the power play cashed in twice, and the Penguins chased Craig Anderson from the net for the second time this series to beat Ottawa, 7-3, at Scotiabank Place Wednesday night and take a commanding 3-1 series lead.
After giving up another shorthanded goal to open the game, t
After skating again on Wednesday afternoon during an optional practice at Madison Square Garden, Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg indicated "there's a chance" he could play in Game 4 Thursday night against the New York Rangers.
However, the Bruins -- up 3-0 in the best-of-seven series -- also
Soon to be restricted free agent Alex Burmistrov reportedly does not want to be a Winnipeg Jet anymore.
According to a report in the Winnipeg Free Press by Gary Lawless - who is also a drive-time host on TSN 1290 Radio in Winnipeg - two league sources stated that the 21-year-old, who wished to be