Washington Capitals Re-sign T.J. Oshie On 8-Year ContractThe Washington Capitals have made one of the biggest moves of the NHL offseason by locking up right-winger T.J. Oshie through the 2025-26 season with an 8 year, 46 million dollar deal.
NHL Considering Penalty For Failed Challenge For OffsideThe NHL is considering issuing a minor penalty for a failed coach's challenge for offside.
NHL Salary Cap Set At $75 M For 2017-18 SeasonThe NHL salary cap has been set at $75 million for this season in a slight increase over last year.
Capitals Acquire Graovac From Wild For 2018 Fifth-Round PickThe Washington Capitals have acquired forward Tyler Graovac from the Minnesota Wild for a 2018 fifth-round pick.
Chuck Gormley Of The NHL Network On The Penguins Winning Another Stanley CupChuck Gormley of the NHL Network joined Ed and Rob to talk about the Penguins winning their second straight Stanley Cup.
Back To Back Champs: Penguins Beat Preds 2-0 For Stanley CupSidney Crosby is bringing the Stanley Cup back home to Pittsburgh for a second consecutive year.
WATCH: Two Predators Fans Celebrate Game 4 Win With Make Out Session On Live TVFans in Nashville had a wild Monday night celebrating their team's huge win, but one couple in particular stole the show.
NHL's International Plan Includes China But Not OlympicsThe NHL is heading to Asia next season. Just not the Olympics.
Capitals Improvement: MacLellan Plans On Tweaks, Not OverhaulBrian MacLellan has the power to completely remake the Washington Capitals in the wake of another early playoff exit and he faces a salary-cap crunch that would justify it.
Catfish Tosser Says He Was 'Dumb Redneck With A Bad Idea'A Tennessee man is calling himself a "dumb redneck with a bad idea" after police filed charges against him for throwing a catfish onto the rink in Pittsburgh during the opening of the Stanley Cup Final.
NHL Royalty Vs. The Rowdy Neighbors In Stanley Cup FinalThe Pittsburgh Penguins kept getting by even as their star players kept skating off the ice in pain. Even as the targets on their back as Stanley Cup champions kept getting bigger.
NHL Network Gets Broadcast Rights For World ChampionshipsThe NHL Network has gained exclusive U.S. television rights to broadcast the International Ice Hockey Federation world championships from 2018 through 2020.