Describing him as a "mover" and a "thinker," Florida Panthers management provided a positive comparison between defenseman Michael Matheson and Chicago Blackhawks star Duncan Keith.
The St. Louis Blues didn't make big changes this off-season, but GM Doug Armstrong's still hoping to bring in the "first of many" Stanley Cups.
Wearing a suit is a different kind of challenge than wearing a sweater for the Ottawa Senators, as it seems Daniel Alfredsson will learn.
It sounds like the 2015-16 season was the perfect time for Sergei Plotnikov to make the jump to the NHL, and it doesn't hurt that it's with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
CSNBayArea.com's Kevin Kurz pegs Tommy Wingels for a career-year in 2015-16, even if health is a bit of an issue.
After a tumultuous off-season, Chicago Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman is exalting the virtues of change.
To some, the Dallas Stars are heading toward possible headaches, but the Dallas Morning News' Mike Heika laid out the wisdom of GM Jim Nill's plan.
Washington Capitals prospect Nathan Walker can't wait to get hit at training camp. No, really.
Winnipeg Jets prospect Andrew Copp hopes to go from prospect to full-time roster member in 2015-16.
Devin Setoguchi says he's feeling great after a rough year.
Tyler Seguin was happy with the Stars' acquisition of Patrick Sharp.
Players who will play college hockey this season won't be participating in upcoming rookie camps.
San Jose Sharks assistant coach Steve Spott said that spending the 2014-15 season with the Toronto Maple Leafs was a learning experience.
The Boston Bruins will rely on young defenseman Zach Trotman to eat up some minutes for them in 2015-16.
While Robby Fabbri seems like the most obvious player who may step in with Patrik Berglund out some time for the St. Louis Blues, Ty Rattie could also get a better opportunity.