One name that has surfaced as a possible dark horse candidate for the San Jose Sharks' head coaching gig is long time NHL'er, and former Shark, Dave Lowry.
Steve Yzerman of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Bob Murray of the Anaheim Ducks, and Glen Sather of the New York Rangers have each been named as finalists for NHL GM of the Year, as voted on by their fellow GM's, a panel of NHL executives, and members of the media.
No one wants to be the backup, let alone the third string goalie and Calgary's Joni Ortio has his sights set on their starting gig in 2015-16.
Vladimir Sobotka will remain in the KHL with Avangard Omsk and not return to the St. Louis Blues in 2015-16.
Despite being the first players to benefit from the relaxed Soviet-era rules on Russians playing in North America, hockey legend Slava Fetisov is calling for a Soviet-style restriction on young Russians from coming over.
Jim Hiller will move with Mike Babcock to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Buffalo Sabres GM Tim Murray currently has two picks in June's NHL Entry Draft, and he's willing to trade one of them.
Rick Nash may have just seven points in 15 games for the Rangers this postseason, but he scored a big point with his teammates on Thursday night.
Jonathan Drouin, Jonathan Marchessault, and Vladislav Namestnikov will be scratched from Friday's Game 4 against the New York Rangers.
The New York Rangers will continue to roll out the same lineup on Friday night in Tampa Bay for Game 4.
Henrik Lundqvist is feeling confident despite two rocky starts.
Canucks GM Jim Benning isn't sure where Jacob Markstrom fits in yet.
Trevor van Riemsdyk, who had wrist surgery in April, is medically cleared to play.
Brandon Saad considers Game 4 on Saturday to be a "must win."
Michael Keranen has inked a on-year extension with the Minnesota Wild.