NHL Rumors: Anaheim Ducks, and the Vancouver Canucks

Potential trade targets for the Anaheim Ducks. Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning on their free agents and if they’ll be a cap team next year.

NHL News: Ducks, Hurricanes, Blackhawks, Predators, Islanders, and Golden Knights

Ducks re-sign Milano. Hurricanes coach says Hamilton and Necas are doubtful to play. Golden Knights weren’t sure of access for injured players. Cave tribute before Oilers-Flames game.

Non-Playoff NHL Teams Could Send Some Young Players to Europe

The longer than normal offseason may lead to some non-playoff NHL teams players looking to Europe to get into some action before the 2020-21 NHL season gets underway.

NHL Rumors: Potential Trade Targets For The Buffalo Sabres

The Buffalo Sabres have a bit of salary cap space that could allow them to get creative this offseason. Looking at some realistic and blockbuster trade targets for this offseason.

NHL Free Agent Flat Salary Cap Fallout: Metropolitan Division

Looking at five unrestricted free agents from the Metropolitan Division and possible destinations for them.

NHL Rumors: San Jose Sharks, Anaheim Ducks, Vancouver Canucks and Edmonton Oilers

Ducks shouldn’t trade Silfverberg. Canucks will have more flexibility next offseason for Tryamkin.  Oilers could gain cap space by moving Neal and Russell

Player News: Malone, Terry, Rathbone, Grigorenko, Dubois, Murray, Komarov, Kaprizov, and Fleury

Sean Malone, Troy Terry, Jack Rathbone, Mikhail Grigorenko get new contracts. Marc-Andre Fleury yet to take the ice with the Golden Knights.

NHL Teams Most Affected By a Flat Salary Cap for 2020-21

The flattening of the NHL salary cap at $81.5 million definitely will make business a little trickier for some teams. Here is a look at teams that will be most affected.

NHL Rumors: Boston Bruins, and the New Jersey Devils

Boston Bruins Jake DeBrusk on free agency. Would a Torey Krug re-signing cost them DeBrusk? Risky options for the New Jersey Devils blue line.

NHL Rumors and Notes: Seattle, Los Angeles Kings, and the Anaheim Ducks

Seattle arena delayed. The Kings have the cap space but should hold off any bigger named free agents. Another season at the bottom of the standings wouldn’t hurt the Anaheim Ducks.

Which of The Seven Non-Playoff Clubs Will Make a Splash in The NHL Free Agent Pool?

The seven teams who didn’t make the league 24-team playoff format are looking towards next season. Will any of them dabble into the NHL free agent market this offseason?