Anthony Leblanc, Coyotes owner, and NHL deny team moving to Las Vegas.
Board of Governors OKs 3-on-3 OT, coach's challenge.
Gary Bettman announced the NHL is beginning a formal expansion process.
Pending Board of Governors approval, the NHL will head straight to three-on-three overtime in 2015-16.
The 2015-16 NHL salary cap has been set at $71.4 million.
Both the General Managers and the NHLPA are in favor of changing the overtime rules, but they can't necessarily agree on what the changes should be.
The NHL will announce the entire 2015-16 schedule on Thursday.
During Monday's Cup presentation, Commissioner Gary Bettman called Chicago's three Cups in six seasons 'a dynasty.'
Good news fans, blackout restrictions have been lifted on your favorite NHL team.
The NHL and the KHL are closing in on a transfer agreement that would see teams get compensation if a player hopped from one league to another.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has an interesting perspective on sports gambling, and it's potential impact on the game.
The NHL/NHLPA Competition Committee has approved the use of a coach's challenge for goaltender interference and offside plays.
Look for the coach/executive compensation system to eventually be changed, but not before January 1st.
The topic of 3-on-3 overtime will be discussed when the competition committee meets on Thursday.