Veteran forward Andrew Cogliano, 35, one of feel-good stories in the Avalanche's march to the Stanley Cup, re-signed with Colorado on Tuesday with a one-year deal after his in-season trade from the Anaheim Ducks.
Flyers goaltending prospect Ivan Fedotov, who reportedly was picked up by law enforcement in Russia last week ahead of a planned move to the U.S., is now at a remote military base in northern Russia, his agent told the AP.
The International Ice Hockey Federation disciplinary board ruled on Tuesday to uphold its ban on Russia and Belarus playing in the world championship over safety concerns following the invasion of Ukraine.
Rick Bowness, introduced as new coach of the Jets on Monday, spoke in his press conference about not being fazed that Winnipeg management first went after Barry Trotz to fill the position, saying he "would have done the same thing."
The Lightning have signed forward Nick Paul to a seven-year, $22.05 million contract. Paul joined Tampa Bay for its run to a third straight Stanley Cup Final, posting five goals and four assists in the playoffs.
Adamant that he's "an optimist and I feel like I want to go win every game, and I'm going to approach every game like that," Luke Richardson, 53, was formally introduced as coach of the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday.
After rampant speculation that he would be dealt before NHL free agency began, Kevin Fiala, 25, was traded from the Minnesota Wild to the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday, creating some much-needed salary-cap room for general manager Bill Guerin.
Jan Mysak scored 10:08 into overtime and the Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Shawinigan Cataractes 4-3 Monday night, clinching a berth in the Memorial Cup final, where they will take on the Saint John Sea Dogs in Canada.
The Bruins, six weeks removed from losing in the first round to the Carolina Hurricanes, gave general manager Don Sweeney a contract extension on Monday as the search for a new coach continues in Boston.
Craig Turney, aka DJ Triple T, heard the 1999 classic on a "Throwback Thursday" radio show and inspiration hit. Since then, it has become the sing-along standard at Avalanche games and is one win from a place in Stanley Cup lore.