Hitchcock making most of NHL Coaches' Association mentorship program
Stays engaged exchanging ideas, experiences with colleagues from League, junior levels
Ken Hitchcock is not sitting idly by during the pause in the NHL season, watching the tumbleweeds roll through what he says is the 'ghost town' of Palm Springs, California, in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic.
Gaudreau, Eichel, Makar among NCAA award-winners to thrive in League
/ Independent Correspondent
The Hobey Baker Award, presented annually to recognize the top NCAA men's hockey player, was won by St. Louis Blues defenseman prospect Scott Perunovich of Minnesota Duluth on Saturday, closing the book on the 2019-20 collegiate season.
Rangers not rushing to name captain, Davidson says
'We'll get to it' but won't commit to date, New York president tells fans
/ Senior Writer
The New York Rangers will name a captain at some point and have been using this season to evaluate the potential candidates, president John Davidson said during a virtual question-and-answer session conducted by the team.
2008 NHL Redraft: Doughty, Stamkos flip spots at top
Atkinson goes from sixth round to No. 10; Holtby climbs 88 picks to Maple Leafs
With the 2019-20 NHL season on pause due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, will reimagine one NHL Draft each week. Today, we look back at the 2008 NHL Draft, which was held at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa on June 20-21, 2008.
Suter, Wild 'willing to do whatever' if NHL season is able to resume
Defenseman wants to have chance to finish playoff push, doesn't know how many opportunities he has left
/ Staff Writer
Ryan Suter has heard some of the options the NHL is considering if it is able to resume the 2019-20 season, including playing games at neutral sites or in NHL arenas without fans in attendance, and the Minnesota Wild defenseman is on board with whatever is decided.