If you follow Bo Horvat on Instagram, you may have the upper paw in this round of two truths and a lie!
The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed leading scorer Jeff Skinner to an eight year, $72 million contract in addressing one their most pressing off-season needs.
He brought the intensity, and while we’re not entirely sure Evgeny Kuznetsov caught on to the game, we still love him for it!
The Dallas Stars are bringing back forward Mattias Janmark and defenceman Roman Polak on one-year contracts.
Chris Kreider’s starting rumours about a certain teammate, meanwhile Tyler Toffoli is calling ‘em like he sees ‘em as we play word association with teammates!
The Winnipeg Jets traded forward Kevin Hayes to the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the NHL Draft.
Hindsight is 20/20 – unless you’re trying to remember what you said after winning the Stanley Cup!
“This goes a lot deeper than just a piece of tape.” New Jersey Devils forward Kurtis Gabriel speaks to Jeff McLean, the co-founder of Pride Tape.
We swear you’re going to want to play Two Truths and a Lie with Mark Scheifele!
The Ottawa Senators have re-signed goaltender Anders Nilsson to a two-year contract.
The Edmonton Oilers added another foundational piece to their latest rebuild Tuesday, hiring veteran head coach Dave Tippett to take over behind the bench.
The Montreal Canadiens have signed defenceman Xavier Ouellet to a one-year, two-way contract.
The Montreal Canadiens agreed to a three-year contract with defenceman Brett Kulak on Saturday.
There’s no doubt King James dominates on the court. But our players have spoken – and they all want to see LeBron on skates!
The Winnipeg Jets have signed defenceman Leon Gawanke to a three-year, entry level contract.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are holding on to defenceman Chad Ruhwedel.
Mike Modano has decided to return to his NHL roots in Minnesota.
There were more experienced candidates available, but the Ottawa Senators believe D.J. Smith is the best coach to lead the team.
The New York Islanders re-signed star centre Brock Nelson before he could even test free agency.
The St. Louis Blues are marching into the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in decades.