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  1. 2014-15 NHL season preview -- Predicting the league's award winne...

    Pierre LeBrun

    Pierre LeBrun offers up his predictions for the NHL's major awards in 2014-15, including two trophies for Steven Stamkos.

    Story | Conversation | October 02, 2014
  2. NHL realignment proposal adds playoff wild cards, drops league to...

    Pierre LeBrun

    The NHL is proposing a new realignment plan which would feature playoff wild-card spots plus see the league go from six divisions to four.

    Story | Conversation | February 26, 2013
  3. Latest rumblings: Bryan McCabe, Craig Rivet, Brad Boyes, more

    Pierre LeBrun

    Now that the Florida Panthers shipped veteran winger Cory Stillman to the Carolina Hurricanes, will Bryan McCabe be next? The veteran defenseman, one of the bigger rental names left on the market, has a no-movement clause and was still pondering h...

    Blog | February 24, 2011
  4. Pierre LeBrun blog: Our offseason makeovers for East's nonplayoff...

    Pierre LeBrun

    Much of our focus will be on the playoffs during the next two months, but let's take a look at the teams that were eliminated from postseason play (as of Friday) and the work that lies ahead of them. We'll catch up with them again at the NHL draft i...

    Blog | Conversation | April 09, 2010
  5. Ottawa Senators, Chicago Blackhawks among movers before the trade...

    Pierre LeBrun

    The Chicago Blackhawks made their much-anticipated move for a blueliner before Friday's 3 p.m. ET Olympic trade freeze, but nobody was busier than Bryan Murray. The veteran Ottawa Senators GM got more job security, made a trade, revealed he made ...

    Blog | Conversation | February 12, 2010
  6. NHL -- Handing out our quarter-pole winners

    Pierre LeBrun

    How about that Nash kid (no, not Steve)? The Blue Jackets' Rick Nash is our MVP through a quarter of the season. Care to see our other winners?

    Story | Conversation | November 17, 2009
  7. NHL's salary cap increases by $100K to $56.8 million

    Pierre LeBrun

    The NHL's salary cap for next season will be $56.8 million, a source told on Friday.

    Story | Conversation | June 26, 2009