- New Maple Leafs introduce Brad Treliving as team's new GM
- One day after being named the Toronto Maple Leafs' 18th general manager in franchise history, Brad Treliving was introduced to the media.
- Penguins hire Kyle Dubas as president of hockey operations
- Less than two weeks after being fired by the Toronto Maple Leafs as the team’s general manager, Kyle Dubas has found a new home. The 37-year-old was hired by the Pittsburgh Penguins as their president of hockey operations, the team announced on Thursday.
- THE BUZZER The Stanley Cup final no one asked for might still be pretty good
- Sure, they killed the dream of an all-Canadian showdown, but there's a lot to like in the NHL championship series between Vegas and Florida.
- Maple Leafs hire ex-Flames boss Brad Treliving as general manager
- Brad Treliving is the new general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. The team made the announcement Wednesday, less than two weeks after firing Kyle Dubas.
- ROUNDUP Capitals hire Maple Leafs assistant Spencer Carbery to replace head coach Laviolette
- The Washington Capitals have hired Spencer Carbery as their next coach, bringing back a favourite of the organization to fill the job he was envisioned to get years ago.
- VGK WINS 4-2 Golden Knights blank Stars in Game 6 to set up Stanley Cup final with Panthers
- William Karlsson scored two goals and had an assist as the Vegas Golden Knights advanced to their second Stanley Cup Final with a 6-0 rout Monday over the Dallas Stars, who had extended the Western Conference Final to six games after losing the first three.
- Former NHL star calls attention to 'staggering' rate of concussions for domestic violence survivors
- Hockey legend Trevor Linden saw countless lives disrupted and careers cut short by concussions during his 19 seasons in the NHL, but the former captain of the Vancouver Canucks says he was "stunned" to learn survivors of domestic violence are concussed at rates much greater than professional athletes.
- Analysis Canadian fans may not love the Stanley Cup matchup — but it's good for the game
- Canadian fans and broadcast rights holders would prefer to see some big names in the Stanley Cup final. But a matchup of two emerging-market teams can grow the game — and eventually the salary cap.
- NHL star Carter Verhaeghe, from Waterdown, Ont., skates his way closer to 2nd Stanley Cup
- Waterdown's Carter Verhaeghe, forward for the NHL's Florida Panthers, is headed back to the Stanley Cup finals.
- Panthers forged path of destruction en route to Stanley Cup final
- They knocked out Boston. They knocked out Toronto. They knocked out Carolina. Vegas or Dallas — probably Vegas, since it leads the Western Conference finals 3-0 — awaits the Florida Panthers to decide the Stanley Cup in a series starting next week.