The New York Rangers announced Sunday that the team hired former NHL player Chris Drury as Director of Player Development.
Flames give Mark Giordano a six-year extension worth $40.5M.
One of the top free agents in the NHL offseason is off the market after the Los Angeles Kings signed veteran Christian Ehrhoff.
Veteran center Daniel Briere has announced his retirement from the National Hockey League.
Matthews, one of the top prospects in the 2016 NHL Draft, will be playing in the premier ice hockey league in Switzerland.
The Vancouver Canucks and Brandon Sutter have agreed to a five-year contract extension worth over $21 million.
Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane is under investigation for an alleged sexual assault.
Goaltender Jonathan Bernier said he’s fine with the new deal, even though the figures are lower than his previous deal.
The Ottawa left wing accepts a one-year, $2 million deal after arbitration in Toronto on Monday.
Sportsnet reported the value of the two-year deal at $8.3 million and said it was reached without arbitration.
Alex Galchenyuk is back with the Montreal Canadiens after signing a two-year contract worth $2.8 million.
Johansson will enter his sixth season in the NHL and has also been part of the Swedish ice hockey national team since 2007 as part of the junior and senior squads.
Flyers sign Jakub Voracek to an eight-year extension worth $66 million.
The Philadelphia Flyers have agreed to give Sean Couturier a six-year contract worth about $26 million.
Colin Wilson, who was the Predators’ first round pick in the 2008 draft or the seventh overall selection, is coming off career-highs last season of 20 goals and 42 points.
"We're really happy to get Derek locked up for the next six years," Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton said.
The Glendale City Council approved a revised management and lease agreement for the team to play at its city-owned arena through June 2017.
The Anaheim Ducks signed defenseman Josh Manson to a two-year, $1.65 million contract extension.
Predators re-sign Craig Smith for five $21.25M over five years.
The Nashville center resolves a case involving his family's former nanny.