5:05 AM EDT, Sat September 23, 2017
Chicago Tribune

Defenseman Cody Franson has something to prove with Blackhawks

Free agency came and went in July and veteran defenseman Cody Franson didn't sign a contract. August passed and still nothing. Then came September, just weeks before training camps were set to open, and Franson still took his time deciding where to go. Franson, an eight-year veteran, said the delay...

The Hockey Writers

The Worst Free Agent Signings in NHL History

This post was originally published in October, 2014. NHL free agency generates a large amount of excitement throughout the hockey world every year. In some cases, an NHL team will make a great signing, acquiring a player through a low term, low paying contract who brings unexpected results and production to his new team. On […]

The Hockey Writers

Capitals Forwards to Watch at Training Camp

As the offseason winds down, the Washington Capitals are kicking off the 2017-18 campaign with a completely different-looking roster. Washington lost a number of key players this offseason; Justin Williams, Kevin Shattenkirk, Karl Alzner and Daniel Winnik opted for free agency, Nate Schmidt was taken by Vegas in the expansion draft and Marcus Johansson was […]

The Hockey Writers

What It Will Take for Tom Wilson to Move Up?

The Washington Capitals may have lost key players to free agency this offseason, but they believe the pieces they already have can help carry them closer to the Stanley Cup. Coming into this season, Washington will be relying on their roster, as well as their prospects, to step up and fill the holes in order […]

Del Zotto ready for leadership role with Canucks

Vancouver Canucks defenceman Michael Del Zotto talks to reporters about free agency, overcoming adversity early in his career, and preparing himself for an upcoming leadership role with the Canucks.

Alfredsson leaving caught Senators off guard during free agency

Irfaan Gaffar reports from Ottawa where the Senators made more news off the ice on July 1st.

Lamoriello “extremely satisfied” with Maple Leafs’ free agency day

Lou Lamoriello talked about the Maple Leafs signing Ron Hainsey and Dominic Moore and what that means to the team going forward.