NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – July 1, 2014

How the NHL salary cap reached $69 million, free agency could be busier earlier this year, reaction to the Briere-for-Parenteau trade and more.  THE GLOBE AND MAIL: James Mirtle reports the players concern over a higher escrow payments for next season is why the...

NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – June 28, 2014

The results of the opening round of the 2014 NHL Draft, the new salary cap figures are released, reaction to the James Neal trade, the Coyotes buy out Mike Ribeiro and more. NHL.COM: The Florida Panthers ultimately retained the first-overall pick, using it to select...

NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – June 27, 2014

With the NHL Draft set to begin, the NHL Board of Governors met and discussed some potential changes. Read on for the latest.  NBC SPORTS: The NHL Board of Governors met on Thursday to discuss some potential changes, in particular to the draft and to cracking down on...

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 – June 16, 2014

O’Reilly and Frolik taken to arbitration by Avalanche and Jets respectively, latest NHL salary cap news, Penguins coaching search and more.  TSN.CA: The Colorado Avalanche have elected to take forward Ryan O’Reilly to salary arbitration. NBC SPORTS: The...