Sunday Jul 6
Part of signing Peters was about sending 'right message to Holtby'
The Washington Capitals made it clear weeks before the start of the free agent period that they intended to enter the 2014-15 campaign with Braden Holtby as their number one goaltender.
Islanders sign Kulemin, Grabovski to deals
The New York Islanders , shut out of any significant additions on Day 1 of the NHL's free agency period, hit pay dirt Wednesday afternoon by signing a pair of forwards, Nikolai Kulemin and Mikhail Grabovski , to four-year deals.
Too Many Men On The Site
Garth Snow and the Islanders Free Agency Flop
Aug 8, 2013; New York, NY, USA; New York Islanders general manager Garth Snow speaks at a press conference at Yankee Stadium.
Hershey Bears G David Leggio departs for New York Islanders organization
David Leggio has averaged 27.8 wins during four full AHL seasons, but the goalie is still waiting for a chance to play his first NHL game.
Mile High Hockey
It's a trade. Calm down.
I am reserving any judgment on the PAP for Briere trade for a while. I feel far too many people are jumping the gun while at the same time forgetting a number of other trades where the Avs were immediately noted as "getting fleeced" or generally confusing people as to the why.
The Newark Star-Ledger
Devils: Where will Martin Brodeur play next season? Here are 5 possibilities
Martin Brodeur acknowledges Devils fans cheering his win in 2013-14 season finale, which likely will be his last in a great career for the franchise.
Dan Boyle Alternatives via Bleacher Report
With each passing day, it becomes more unlikely the New York Islanders will be able to ink former San Jose Sharks defenseman and pending unrestricted free agent Dan Boyle to a new contract.
The Washington Post
Caps searching for veteran backup behind Holtby
The Washington Capitals remain committed to Braden Holtby as their starting goaltender while pursuing a veteran option to serve as his backup, general manager Brian MacLellan said Monday.