1999: The Worst NHL Draft Class Ever?

report this ad Before the 1999 NHL Draft took place in Boston, MA on June 26, many believed it was to have a deep amount of talent to choose from – a treasure trove of sorts. European players especially were considered to predominate the early selections, and they had prospective NHL suitors salivating over their […]

Avs give new addition Burakovsky 1-year deal

1:52 PM ET The Colorado Avalanche have signed forward Andre Burakovsky to a one-year contract. TSN reports that the deal is for $3.25 million. The restricted free agent was acquired from the Washington Capitals on June 28 for forward Scott Kosmachuk and a second-round and third-round pick in the 2020 draft. Burakovsky, 24, signed a […]

PHT Power Rankings: NHL GM hot seat tiers – NBCSports.com

The general manager is one of the most important individuals in an NHL front office. They are the ones that decide the short-and long-term future of the team, pick the direction, implement the plan, and put the roster in place. While the coaches are always the ones that get put on the hot seat and […]

RELEASE: Devils re-sign forward Brandon Baddock and defenseman Josh Jacob – NHL.com

The New Jersey Devils today re-signed forward Brandon Baddock and defenseman Josh Jacobs to one-year, two-way contracts. The announcement was made by Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray Shero. Baddock’s deal is worth $700,000 at the NHL level and $75,000 at the AHL level. In his third professional season, he set career highs in games played […]

Where should the best remaining NHL free agents sign?

9:13 AM ET While hundreds of free agents have signed with NHL teams this summer (at the cost of hundreds of millions of dollars in total), some notable names remain on the market. Will they re-sign with their 2018-19 clubs, or move on to new opportunities? Our panel debates the 2019-20 destinations for five of […]