How Should the NHL Deal with the LTIR Playoff Loophole?

The NHL appears to have a LITR problem when it comes to teams manipulating the system to make the cap work. How should the league fix this?


The Hockey News Now: Habs, Golden Knights Looking for Series Lead

The series is tied up at one apiece, and now the Montreal Canadiens and Vegas Golden Knights will look for anything possible to get an advantage at the Bell Centre. Steven Ellis and Avry Lewis-McDougall preview that game and what the Lightning right on Thursday.


What Should Joe Sakic do to Get Avalanche Over the Hump?

The Colorado Avalanche went from seemingly unstoppable to dropping four straight to the Vegas Golden Knights and bowing out in Round 2. What should GM Joe Sakic do to get his team over the hump?


The Hockey News Now: Habs Even Series, Islanders, Lightning Looking for Edge

The Islanders have started each of their playoff series' down 2-1. Can they avoid that this time around, or will it be a good luck charm? Steven Ellis and Nick Emanuelli break down that contest, plus Montreal's win over Vegas on Wednesday.


Mark Feigenbaum in Conversation with W. Graeme Roustan

Mark Feigenbaum, a lawyer with Feigenbaum Law, spoke with The Hockey News’ owner and publisher W. Graeme Roustan about his career, Dave Nonis' recent legal battle with the Canada Revenue Agency and more.

Jason Spezza Re-Signs With Leafs at NHL Minimum

Maple Leafs' Spezza Would Take Less Money if he Could

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Jason Spezza signed a one-year deal at the NHL minimum salary of $750,000. The veteran says all he cares about is winning and would take less money if he could. Spezza is on his third consecutive one-year contract with Toronto.


What Does Paul Maurice's Future Look Like in Winnipeg?

The Winnipeg Jets have had some memorable moments over the past five years, but the team looks to be in a tough spot right now. Is it time for the club to look elsewhere and find a new coach?