St. Louis Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong’s phone was busy this week. It was announced on Tuesday that the club agreed to terms with unrestricted free-agent forward Jamie Langenbrunner on […]
After a dismal season for the Sabres and Derek Roy, it became apparent his time in Buffalo was nearing an end. After an ugly year end interview it became a matter […]
The Fourth of July is usually a very busy day for most Americans. It turned out to be quite a busy day for the NHL as well as the Tampa […]
Shane Doan has indicated that he won’t make a decision about his future with the Phoenix Coyotes until July 9th. Should the Coyotes’ captain decide to leave the only organization […]
While not being the busiest club so far after the free agent deadline following the signing of Jason Garrison, the Vancouver Canucks have made some minor depth moves, most notably […]
If Steve Yzerman handles his holiday shopping like he does the free agency market, it’s safe to say no one will see him frantically running around on Christmas Eve […]
The start of July is a busy time for Darcy Regier, who has been signing players. Today he announced the signing of three more roster hopefuls. The Sabres now have […]
The Blues can check off one of their biggest priorities for the summer. David Perron is under contract for another four years. The Canadian-born left-wing signed a four-year, $15.25 million […]
Early Thursday afternoon, the Philadelphia Flyers announced the signing of Ruslan Fedotenko to a one-year contract worth $1.75 million, bringing the 33-year-old left winger back to the city where his […]
Welcome to Volume One of The Icing Line, a weekly column dedicated to the recent happenings of the NHL world. Zach Parise and Ryan Suter are now both members of […]
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent When your team wins the Stanley Cup, you also receive a free pass for twelve months of bragging rights. Once those twelve months expire, […]
Since July 1, 27 out of the 30 NHL teams have signed new players to their roster via free agency.
Out of the remaining three, the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings kept their team intact and re-signed pivotal playoff performer, Dustin Penner while the Edmonton Oilers added some key parts prior to July 1 by signing Justin Schultz and drafting Nail Yakupov first overall in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
The Boston Bruins, on the other hand, have been entirely inactive.
But is the reliance on the current roster going to eventually harm the Bruins along with their biggest downfall last season: the power-play?