Arizona Coyotes looking to build upon strong second half - The Washington Post
The Arizona Coyotes were one of the NHL’s best teams the final two months of the 2017-18 season, playing the kind of hockey coach Rick Tocchet envisioned his first season in the desert.
Coyotes head to 2018 NHL Draft lottery with third-best odds - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes have the third-best odds of winning the 2018 NHL Draft Lottery. The NHL released the entire list of odds after the 2017-18 season concluded Sunday.
Does Tuukka Rask Have the Upper-hand on Frederik Andersen? - Stanley Cup of Chowder
It’s gonna be a long playoff series. Which goalie has the upper hand?
Arizona Coyotes exit day: John Chayka, Rick Tocchet on next season - AZCentral
The Coyotes may have finished the season with a 17-9-3 record, but they know how much they still need to improve.
Isles’ ownership ‘evaluating all aspects’ as Snow, Weight stick around, for now – ProHockeyTalk
The organization has a huge off-season ahead of them.
Montreal Canadiens owner states major changes are coming - Yahoo Sports
Canadiens owner Geoff Molson issues a statement to Montreal season ticket holders that major changes are coming.
Penguins-Flyers strategy: breaking down previous matchups, systems, and fancy stats - PensBurgh
How exactly will the Penguins utilize personnel matchups, previous results, and other advanced data during this playoff series with the Flyers?
Dallas Stars Sign Michigan Wolverines Captain Tony Calderone To ELC - Defending Big D
The undrafted right wing was captain of his team this season.
Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews remains vague on his upper-body injury - Second City Hockey
The captain wouldn’t provide any specifics on his injury.
2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs Bandwagon Guide: Western Conference Edition - Blueshirt Banter
For the first time in eight years, the New York Rangers failed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Sticks out: Condolences, support for Humboldt hockey players play out on social media - Yahoo Sports
When we hear of a tragedy like the bus accident that took the lives of 15 Canadian hockey players last Friday, the first instinct for many of us is to help in some small way.