In this week’s edition of the Arizona Coyotes‘ 2021-22 offseason player reviews, we’ll take a look at veteran forward Andrew Ladd. After failing to play in an NHL game since the 2019-20 season, many were surprised to hear the Coyotes take on his contract, especially with the assumption that he was retired. That was not the case, as
Most players drafted into the NHL dream of making a career with one team, but for most, that isn’t the case. When fans think of long-time Carolina Hurricanes players, they think of Cam Ward, Eric Staal, Glen Wesley, and Rod Brind’Amour — the latter two had their numbers retired by the franchise — and all
The Arizona Coyotes are about to embark on a challenging season, this after one of the more memorable offseasons for any team in recent memory. Gone are names that were mainstays on the roster, including former captain Oliver Ekman-Larsson, forwards Conor Garland and Christian Dvorak, and goalies Adin Hill and Darcy Kuemper. They’ve been replaced
The Winnipeg Jets, both 1.0 and current versions, have made plenty of trades. Some were downright steals, while others were total flops. Here’s a look at some of both categories, in chronological order. Trades the Jets Won Acquiring Big-Time Blue-Liner Carlyle — March 5, 1984 Late in the 1983-84 season, the Jets acquired undersized but
Lou Lamoriello’s first year and a half as the New York Islanders’ general manager were quiet. Other than bringing in a well-respected coach in Barry Trotz, he stayed out of the spotlight, mostly re-signing his players and making no moves in his first trade deadline with New York. Related: Islanders Still Have Value in Ho-Sang
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, there is fallout from the NHL’s Trade Deadline day including rumors about teams being in on certain deals, others that fell through, and why other teams made trades that were a bit surprising. And, there was a huge trade being discussed all day Monday but never materialized. Why? Oilers Were
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Top 10 ‘untradeable’ NHL contracts Ken Campbell of The Hockey News: The ‘bad’ contracts of Milan Lucic, James Neal, and David Clarkson have been traded over the past week or so. Taking a look at the top 10 contracts that have four or more seasons remaining that may be untradeable.