Trophy Tracker: Carlson leads the way for Norris as the best defence

To celebrate the quarter-point of the season, NHL.com is running Part Two of its Trophy Tracker Series. Today, we’re looking at the run for the Norris Trophy, given annually to the best defensive player in the NHL as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers Association. Eric Carlson He has turned back the clock, and this … Read more

Inside Evander Kane’s Bankruptcy: ‘The Vicious Cycle of Loan After Loan’

In 2017, then-San Jose Sharks straight ahead Evander Kane He owes $140,000 to a gold bettor by the alias “Vinnie,” and $100,000 to a casino, some of the tens of millions of dollars in debt Kane, who filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection early last year, has accumulated over his career. To make payments, etc., … Read more

Vitaly Kravtsov’s scratches only hurt the Rangers exchange date

LOS ANGELES – The decision to repeatedly scratch Vitaly Kravtsov, despite the fact that the Russian winger is healthy enough to play, comes down to the Rangers’ overarching issue of continuing to include 23 players on their roster. It’s been more than a month since the Rangers called up AHL’s Julien Gauthier from Hartford to … Read more

Rangers’ Artemi Panarin knows “the problem” amid a rare drought

SAN JOSE, Calif. — The last time Artemi Panarin went eight straight games without a goal, his first season with the Rangers, was in the 2019-20 season. The Rangers went 3-4-1 in this stretch, which happened before the coronavirus pandemic halted the season. Such a drought on record had not happened so many times over … Read more

LeBrun: Commercial signals from meeting GMs, including Chychrun, Karlsson, ‘very active’ Senators and more

toronto – in NHLThe general managers gathered Tuesday for their traditional meeting after the Hockey Hall of Fame induction, a four-and-a-half-hour session that was low on the news but provided an opportunity for some managers to plant early seeds in trade talks. They joked: “I had 29 friends here who were really trying to help … Read more

What’s next for Bruins, Mitchell Miller? Why he’s still on the payroll and 4 possible paths forward

Technically, Mitchell Miller is still a Bruin. His entry contract is valid for three years. He receives an annual AHL salary of $82,500. And all this happens after more than a week of Bruins We parted with him on November 6, citing A.S Lack of due diligence. Although Miller would never play a game with … Read more