Around the NHL
» Lockout nearing its end? NHL offers 50-50 revenue split
The NHL’s latest proposal has given many fans hope that there is in fact light at the end of the proverbial tunnel.
» Turfed tune-ups: NHL cancels September preseason games
On Wednesday, the National Hockey League announced that all preseason games through Sept. 30 have been canceled.
» Former Bruin Samsonov eyeing NHL comeback
After sitting out the entirety of the 2011-12 season, Sergei Samsonov is aiming to make a return to the National Hockey League.
» Caps sign Hamill to one-year deal
Washington inked Zach Hamill -- acquired from Boston in exchange for Chris Bourque in May -- to a one-year contract on Wednesday.
» Corvo going back to Carolina
No longer in the Bruins' plans, Joe Corvo has signed a one-year deal with the Hurricanes, which makes this his third stint in Carolina.
» Pouliot agrees to one-year deal with Lightning
Benoit Pouliot, traded by Boston to Tampa on Day 2 of the NHL Draft, has agreed to a one-year, $1.8 million contract with the Bolts.
» Predictions for the 2012 NHL Awards
Will Bergeron take home the Selke? Is Chara in line for another Norris? Jesse Connolly makes his predictions for all of the NHL's awards.
» Our sources say: Nash departing, Malkin sitting
Tired of not knowing which rumors to believe? NEHJ's top sources have plenty of inside info you can take to the bank.
» Julien: Pacioretty hit ‘almost identical’ to Cooke-Savard incident
The Bruins escaped their recent hearing with league disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan unscathed when Milan Lucic wasn’t suspended for his collision with Ryan Miller. Boston’s bitter rivals, the Montreal Canadiens, met a different fate.
» Hall not sweating Seguin comparisons, focused on making his own mark
Entering the 2010-11 season, no two players in the NHL were more closely linked than Tyler Seguin and Taylor Hall. After being the first two players selected in the preceding summer’s draft, the two forwards embarked on their rookie seasons with lofty expectations.