Barry Trotz resigns as coach of Stanley Cup-winning Capitals
Barry Trotz has resigned as coach of the Washington Capitals after leading them to the Stanley Cup. The team announced the resignation Monday. The 55-year-old Trotz went into the season without any certainty about his future when ownership and general manager Brian MacLellan last summer opted not to give him a contract extension.
Ex-Lightning assistant coach Rick Bowness still yearns for Stanley Cup
When longtime coach Rick Bowness parted ways with the Tampa Bay Lightning two weeks ago he was faced with a big decision.
Leafs GM Kyle Dubas revels in Marlies' Calder Cup win
Kyle Dubas promised his wife he would continue to show emotion after becoming general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. He kept his word — and then some — when the Marlies, Toronto's American Hockey League affiliate he oversaw the last four seasons, won the Calder Cup earlier this week.
Canadiens sign newly acquired Max Domi to 2-year deal
The Montreal Canadiens agreed to terms on a two-year contract with Max Domi on Saturday, less than 24 hours after the team announced it had acquired him in a trade with Arizona for fellow forward Alex Galchenyuk.
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Canadiens send Alex Galchenyuk to Arizona for Max Domi
Senators suspend assistant GM charged with harassment
Marlies' Sheldon Keefe should be a wanted man after Calder Cup win
Marlies bring a hockey championship to Toronto, win Calder Cup
Only Canadian woman with name on Stanley Cup, ex-Flames co-owner Sonia Scurfield, dies at 89
From near Cup final to total faceplant — what's happened to the Ottawa Senators?
Barry Trotz's Cup expected to runneth over into a new deal
Maple Leafs announce Newfoundland Growlers as new ECHL affiliate
Erik Karlsson's wife files protection order against teammate Mike Hoffman's girlfriend
Thousands fill D.C.'s National Mall to celebrate Stanley Cup champions
10 players from SJHL teams heading to Humboldt for upcoming season
Goaltender Sami Jo Small named GM of CWHL's Toronto Furies
Ovechkin's ceremonial 1st pitch was anything but Cup-worthy