The Nashville Predators have signed center Olli Jokinen to a one-year deal worth $2.5 million, the team announced on Wednesday.
The NHL's waiver list Monday produced three more players who will likely be bought out of their contracts: Anton Volchenkov (New Jersey), Shane O'Brien (Calgary) and Tim Gleason (Toronto).
The GM of the Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings was hoping to hear from Mike Richards what he needed to hear. And he did.
The Tampa Bay Lightning and Ryan Callahan have agreed to a six-year contract, the team announced Wednesday morning.
Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves in a "new situation" after changes in the front office and behind the bench have shaken up a normally stable, powerhouse franchise.
The New York Rangers, as expected, have bought out Brad Richards from the remainder of his contract, it was announced Friday.
Drew Doughty and Jeff Carter join the rare club of those who have won an Olympic gold medal and a Stanley Cup in the same year, Pierre LeBrun writes.
The Rangers might have won the battle, but the Kings are looking good to win the Cup, Pierre LeBrun writes.
You don't use the "dynasty" word until a team wins four Stanley Cups in seven years. Could the Los Angeles Kings be that team? Pierre LeBrun ponders.
The Kings know what it is like to be up 3-0 in the Stanley Cup finals, and this time they won't ease up on their opponent, Pierre LeBrun writes.
Three Game 7 victories, a perfect 7-0 in elimination games, a league record for winning three consecutive playoff games after trailing 2-0 in each. You sort of run out of ways to describe this incredible Kings team, Pierre LeBrun writes.
For a Kings team that has played three straight seven-game series and three straight overtime games, fatigue is obviously a factor as they try to collect two more wins, Pierre LeBrun writes.
The never-say-die Kings are proving hard to extinguish, even for the speedy and tenacious Rangers, Pierre LeBrun writes.
Add Martin Brodeur's name to the mix for the July 1 free-agent market, the NHL's all-time winningest goaltender deciding that he's ready to leave New Jersey and see what's out there.
New York Rangers' Marc Staal seeing game with new focus, writes ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun.
Kings winger Justin Williams, known for his Game 7 heroics, stepped up again, but this time in OT for a Game 1 Stanley Cup finals win, Pierre LeBrun writes.