What are the key match-ups and best storylines heading into the opening round of the Western Conference playoffs?
The Leafs were playoff bound only a few weeks ago and now sit outside of the playoffs. Where did it all go so wrong?
Sidney Crosby is the league’s best and a second Hart Trophy seems inevitable.
With the NHL trade deadline a week away the rumour mill is heating up.
The NHL’s participation in South Korea looks bleak right now. The on-ice games are over, but the off-ice games are just beginning.
There is no evidence to suggest teams who send the most players to the Olympics will suffer from a fatigue effect after the medals are handed out.
The Canadian Olympic team was unveiled Tuesday morning, with more than a few surprises and snubs.
Dion Phaneuf’s new contract hammers home the reality of the NHL’s new economics: big money deals are no longer reserved for the game’s elite.
Once thought of as Canada’s Achilles’ heel, goaltending no longer looks like a problem for Sochi.
What does Roger’s broadcast deal with the NHL mean for everyone from the fan sitting at home, to TSN, the CHL and the league itself.
Through the first quarter of the season the NHL’s Western Conference is the best, and it isn’t even close.
Once a lock to make Team Canada for the Sochi Olympics, Claude Giroux’s spot is in jeopardy.
The only way the NHL will limit the dirty hits plaguing the game is by actually creating consequences for the league.
The line brawl that erupted between the Leafs and Sabres is a violent reminder that the NHL’s Code protects no one.
The Calgary Flames hired Brian Burke to help rebuild the team, but he will have to avoid the mistakes he made in Toronto to be a success.