Fred Shero never got a chance to see his bust in the Hockey Hall of Fame, but Monday's induction will forever cement his legacy in the game, writes Scott Burnside.
It's August, the longest month for a hockey fan. The free-agent frenzy is a memory, and training camp is still more than a month away. But our annual (really?) summer questions should help buoy your spirits.
The Sharks have been playoff underachievers the past few seasons. But this time around, thanks to a late-season roll, San Jose seems ready for a long postseason run.
For all the predictions of wheeling and dealing at the entry draft the event turned out to be a bust as far as player swaps went, writes Scott Burnside.
Sergei Gonchar has undergone a dramatic metamorphosis this season from an overpaid liability to a go-to guy.
The 2005 World Junior Championship ended with a heart-wrenching thud for the players who helped Team USA reach its highest height.
Everything appears to be in fine shape for the Senators -- unless they don't win the Cup.