Coyotes sign Brendan Shinnimin, Philip Samuelsson to 1-year, 2-way contracts - AZ Central
Coyotes signed Shinnimin, Samuelsson to one-year, two-way contracts.
Are the Arizona Coyotes and Glendale close to a new lease agreement? - Five For Howling
One report suggests the two sides are working on a resolution.
Coyotes' Pronger Trade Raises Questions - Today's Slapshot
The Arizona Coyotes have managed to get to the cap floor but face so many uncertainties that the only thing certain is their bottom five standing.
Coyotes draft pick Fischer, of Wayne, eyes budding hockey future | Kane County Chronicle
A profile on one of the Coyotes draft picks, Christian Fischer.
NHL's Balance of Power Could Be Shifting - Today's Slapshot
Teams like the Blackhawks and Bruins have enjoyed much success in the NHL in recent years while teams like the Coyotes and Flames could be on the rise.
News From Around the Hockey World
Shane Prince Re-Signs - Silver Seven
Sens re-sign high scoring young winger to one year deal
Edmonton Oilers sign Justin Schultz to one year deal, avoid arbitration - The Copper & Blue
According to Elliotte Friedman, Schultz will be an Oiler for another year.
Byfuglien Must be Dealt With Now, Not Later - Arctic Ice Hockey
Dustin Byfuglien has been one of the most polarizing figures since the Jets returned to Winnipeg. Whether it be because of his "weight problems", overall playing style, or how he interacts with other players.
Top 10 3-on-3 OT Line Combinations - The Hockey Writers
The new NHL OT format will give teams a chance to put their best players on open ice 3-on-3. Which teams have the biggest advantage?
A Ton Of Former Blues Are UFAs This Year - St. Louis Game Time
This shouldn't surprise anyone, but the list includes some notable guys.
The Canadiens sign defender Jarred Tinordi to a one-year deal - Eyes On The Prize
The massive defender's contract will only extend to next season
The restricted free agent countdown: Kenny Agostino, Drew Shore accept qualifying offers - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Four RFAs have accepted their qualifying offers, leaving six left to sign.
Winners and losers in 2015-16 NHL schedule mileage | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
San Jose will travel the most miles for the second time in three years since the new alignment. Guess that’s the price you pay for being able to play Putt-Putt in the middle of winter.
New York Rangers News: J.T. Miller Accepts His One-Year Qualifying Offer - Blueshirt Banter
The New York Rangers are in rapid fire mode today and also announced the signing of J.T. Miller.
NHL could punish O’Reilly with fines and suspension - BN Hockey
The NHL has already suspended Voynov for criminal offenses and the Kings terminated Mike Richards contract for an incident involving pills at the US/Canada border.
Calgary Flames sign 60th overall pick Oliver Kylington; where does he play in 2015-16? - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Oliver Kylington was supposed to be a top pick of the draft. The Flames did not have any high picks. They still got him, and now, he's officially locked up.
Ducks will regret the Ryan Kesler extension - USA Today
It's almost impossible to expect a positive return on investment for the Anaheim Ducks in signing Ryan Kesler to a six-year contract that, according to multiple news media outlets, is worth $41.25 million.
Eichel won’t attend U.S. junior camp | ProHockeyTalk
Probably won't be participating in the World Juniors anyway.
Red Wings might waste cap dollars on illegal, unenforceable promise to Dan Cleary - Winging It In Motown
The Wings promised Dan Cleary money in the past. That's not a good thing.
NHL Travel Miles: The 2015-2016 Super Schedule Released - On the Forecheck
Every team. Every mile.
Dallas Stars Sign Free Agent Defenseman Johnny Oduya For Next Two Seasons - Defending Big D
The Dallas Stars signed Johnny Oduya to shore up the NHL experience on their blueline today.
Oduya won’t be back with Blackhawks: agent | ProHockeyTalk
At least he went out on a high note.
The Final Howl
Zeitgeist: Destitute Greece expected to pursue purchase of Arizona Coyotes - Lighthouse Hockey
Embroiled in financial troubles, Greece is expected to pursue buying the majority of the NHL's constantly financially troubled Arizona Coyotes.