Jack Capuano will take a piece of the ECHL with him to the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships, which begin on Friday in Riga, Latvia.
New York Rangers President and General Manager Chris Drury announced today that the team has named Mike Grier Hockey Operations Advisor.
With the Maple Leafs and Canadiens set to meet in the playoffs for the first time since 1979, Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe stops by Tim and Friends to talk about their upcoming playoff series against the Habs.
Detroit Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill has been given a contract extension despite a losing record and missing the playoffs in five straight seasons.
Carolina Hurricanes coach Rod Brind’Amour can stand behind the home bench at PNC Arena, look up and see his old jersey hanging in the rafters. Fittingly, it’s close to the 2006 Stanley Cup banner.
Limping into the playoffs, the Winnipeg Jets are few people’s pick as a Cup contender. But head coach Paul Maurice knows how to get an underdog to the big dance.
When Lindsay Artkin took on the role of NHL’s Coaches Association President in 2019, she made it one of her priorities to make the world of coaching more diverse. Emily Sadler sat down with Lindsay to talk about how she’s doing just that.
Just four years after finishing with the NHL’s worst record, Colorado claimed the Presidents’ Trophy as the league’s regular-season champion
With the 2022 Winter Olympics fast approaching, organizations like Hockey Canada are starting to make preparations for the teams they will send to represent the country.
There aren’t many coaches who have a profound understanding of their players, extensive knowledge of the game and an ability to implement a winning team culture wherever they go.
There will be no mysteries when Tampa Bay and Florida meet in the first round of the playoffs after facing off eight times this season and twice in the past week. Same deal for Montreal and Toronto, who have played 10 times since mid-January.
Washington Capitals Coach Peter Laviolette’s booming voice is distinct. He has that growl, that Boston accent. Former and current players know it well, from practices, games and his signature pregame speeches.