Top 25 Under 25: Can Anthony Duclair regain his royal “Duke” reputation at #8? - Five For Howling
The young Coyotes winger is ready to put his woes behind him, and prove last season was a fluke
Derek Stepan: His Strengths and Supporting Casts - Five For Howling
How can the Coyotes help out their new No. 1 center?
Refusing to pay David Pastrnak more than Bergeron or Marchand is dumb - Stanley Cup of Chowder
If followed, this commonly discussed narrative is going to end up biting the Bruins in the end.
Marlies replace annual Colemans Cup event with a trip to upstate New York - Pension Plan Puppets
The annual pre-season tradition of a trip to St. John’s to play the IceCaps is a casualty of their move to Laval.
Mailbag: Leafs With Tattoos/Sexy Mimes - Pension Plan Puppets
This mailbag is brought to you by the letter Q.
Who wore it best? - PensBurgh
There have been many noticeable jersey numbers given out in the history of the Penguins franchise. Only two numbers in the Penguins franchise have been retired, #21 of Michel Briere, whose life was unfortunately cut short at the young age of 21 when he was involved in a car accident in 1970.
Top 10 save photos from 2016-17 - Broad Street Hockey
A special Flyers Frese Frame season recap gallery
One on One with Lias Andersson - Blueshirt Banter
Joe Fortunato Note: Hey guys, here’s the other surprise for you. Patrik got a chance to talk to Henrik Lundqvist and Lias Andersson.
Alex Kerfoot expects to be in the Avalanche lineup on opening night - Mile High Hockey
After signing in Colorado, the Harvard alum is looking to step right into the NHL
Forget Duchene: David Poile Should Try to Sign Alexander Wennberg - On the Forecheck
Offer sheets are rare, but would Wennberg be worth the risks?
Hockey Abstract an essential part of any fan’s library - Knights On Ice
Rob Vollman’s latest annual includes Knights breakdown, and much more.
Connecticut Whale sign FA camp standout Cassie Dunne - The Ice Garden
The Whale add some speed and depth to the blue line.
The Final Howl
Let’s “C” What Happens: 2017 Edition - Arctic Ice Hockey
Last summer, I speculated a handful of players who could have potentially wound up being the next player named captain of each team that still hadn’t named one. I’m doing it again this summer.