Former NHL Enforcer Colton Orr Finds New Role in SpotlightThe hardest part for Colton Orr was pretending.
Lightning Re-Sign Sustr, Gourde, Make Qualifying Offers to 9The Tampa Bay Lightning have re-signed defenseman Andrei Sustr and forward Yanni Gourde and made qualifying offers to nine other players, including forwards Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat.
NHL Movement Just Getting Started Going Into Free AgencyAs New York Rangers players cleaned out their lockers after a second-round playoff exit, all the talk was about impending change.
Penguins Crush Predators 6-0 to Take 3-2 Lead in Stanley CupThe night started with a catfish throw.
From Hockey 101, Preds Bring Stanley Cup Final to Music CityTerry Crisp sorely wishes that he and fellow broadcaster Pete Weber had recorded their "Hockey 101" sessions from the early days of the Nashville Predators.
Easter Epic! Nedved! Caps with History to Purge in Game 7The Washington Capitals' history of playoff disappointments began even before they ever reached the postseason.
Capitals Overwhelm Penguins 5-2 to Force Game 7The Washington Capitals are well aware of their franchise's inglorious past, one filled with unmet expectations and gut-wrenching collapses.
Concussed Crosby Skates with Penguins, No Word On ReturnPittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is skating again, but coach Mike Sullivan provided no update on when his star will be ready to return from a concussion.
Lightning One-Timers and NHL Quick StrikesNews, notes and one-timers from the Lightning and the NHL.
Sabres' Evander Kane Out Weeks with Cracked RibsBuffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane is out indefinitely after cracking three ribs in Thursday's season opener.
Obama Honors Stanley Cup Winners at White HousePresident Barack Obama honored the Pittsburgh Penguins at the White House on Thursday for completing what he described as one of the most remarkable turnarounds in the history of the National Hockey League as they won their fourth Stanley Cup.
US Adds Palmieri to World Cup Roster to Replace CallahanUSA Hockey has named New Jersey Devils forward Kyle Palmieri to its World Cup of Hockey roster, replacing the injured Ryan Callahan.