NHL Blog Beat – August 5, 2014

Reaction to the Subban and Bishop signings, top-10 available NHL UFAS, the Jets building on his history of dysfunction and more in today’s collection of hockey blogging goodness.  HOCKEY BUZZ: Eric Engels offers up his take on the Canadiens re-signing P.K....

NHL Blog Beat – August 1, 2014.

Reviewing last season’s biggest trades, Jets fans growing unhappy with the club’s management, the importance of understanding arbitration and more in today’s collection of notable posts from the NHL blogosphere. GRANTLAND: Sean McIndoe looks back on...

Thoughts on a Dull NHL Offseason.

Just over two weeks into July, and it’s shaping up to be among the dullest NHL offseasons in some time. This year’s unrestricted free agent market has been picked clean of talent. The most notable names still available are Martin Brodeur and Daniel...

NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – July 6, 2014

20 players file for arbitration, Gretzky’s agent denies his client’s involvement with Seattle NHL group, the Blue Jackets re-sign David Savard, while the Sharks appear poised to re-sign Tommy Wingels.  NHLPA.COM: 20 players have filed for salary...

Anticipating a Busy NHL Offseason

  The previous two NHL offseasons were rather quiet affairs, either clouded by the anticipation of a lockout or the fallout from it. This summer, however, could be busier than usual, thanks to several factors which could ensure considerable player movement. The...

NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – July 25, 2013.

The updated (and rapidly shrinking) NHL salary arbitration list, Karl Alzner’s reaction to his Olympic orientation camp invitation, the latest on Gilbert Brule, and more. NBC SPORTS PRO HOCKEY TALK: Jason Brough has an updated list of players still slated for...