May 5 has seen its fair share of milestones and big moments throughout the history of the National Hockey League. The league’s most successful franchise racked up more postseason victories, while playoff records were broken and some of the game’s all-time great players left their mark. Happy Times for the Habs When you’ve won the
In the Ducks’ 25-year history, there has been no more impactful draft than in 2003, the year they drafted Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry in the first round. In the spirit of looking forward to the future by looking to the past, let’s dig into the details of the Ducks’ 2003 NHL Draft. Runner-Up Mighty
The Dallas Stars brought in longtime Anaheim Ducks forward and rival Corey Perry on a one-year contract worth $3.25 million this offseason and thus far, the 34-year-old has produced, but not in all of the ways you might expect. Related: 6 NHL Teams You Might Have forgotten Perry is 11th on the goals-scored list since
The Dallas Stars could look for a defenseman Mike Heika of the NHL.com: (mailbag) Asked if sees the Dallas Stars trading one of their extra forwards … Don’t see that happening as they likely feel the extra depth will be needed. There will be injuries throughout the season and it doesn’t hurt to scratch someone
NHL Injury Notes Chip Alexanders and Jessaca Giglio: The Carolina Hurricanes will be without Jordan Martinook for the next six to eight weeks as he’ll be having surgery to repair a core muscle injury. Martinook had surgery back on May 21st to repair a core muscle injury. Julien Gauthier has been recalled by the Hurricanes.