|Giguere announces retirement
Jean-Sebastien Giguere, who patrolled NHL creases for 16 seasons and spent last year as a backup with the Colorado Avalanche, announced his retirement on Thursday.
|Top Shelf: NHL takes on tanking with new lottery rules
Although it's not a strategy any team will openly admit to employing, there is no question tanking for a higher draft pick is a part of professional sports.
|Torres has setback in recovery from ACL injury
The San Jose Sharks revealed on Wednesday that forward Raffi Torres was forced to undergo another surgery on his right knee.
|NHL changes draft lottery rules again
The National Hockey League on Wednesday announced further changes to its draft lottery.
|Rangers agree to terms with former first-round pick Hayes
The New York Rangers agreed to terms with free agent forward Kevin Hayes on Wednesday.
|Senators extend MacArthur
The Ottawa Senators signed forward Clarke MacArthur to a five-year contract extension on Tuesday.
|Reports: Moore, Bertuzzi settle lawsuit
More than 10 years after an on-ice attack ended Steve Moore's hockey career, a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against his antagonist, according to multiple reports.
|Charles Wang to sell Islanders
Charles Wang has a deal in place to eventually transfer ownership of the New York Islanders to a group led by Jon Ledecky, the team announced Tuesday.
|Leafs sign first-round pick Nylander
The Toronto Maple Leafs signed forward William Nylander, the eighth overall pick in the 2014 NHL entry draft, to a three-year, entry-level contract on Monday.
|Blackhawks, Leighton agree on 1-year deal
The Chicago Blackhawks have agreed to terms with veteran goaltender Michael Leighton on a one-year contract, the team announced Monday.