After a furious third period, it took a goal from an unlikely hero in the second overtime to give the Blackhawks the win and tie the West finals 2-2.
Former Detroit Red Wings star Slava Fetisov has called for Russia to reintroduce Soviet-style restrictions to prevent promising young hockey players from moving to the NHL.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman expects the salary cap for the 2015-16 season to settle in around $71 million, depending on the fluctuations of the Canadian dollar.
Mike Babcock has been introduced as the Toronto Maple Leafs' new coach and says restoring the team will be a "massive, massive challenge."
Former Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma is free to take any job opening, including the Buffalo Sabres' vacancy, general manager Jim Rutherford said Thursday.
Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk is recovering well after his liver transplant. All his donor wants in return is for the team to win the Stanley Cup.
Don Sweeney, who played 16 seasons in the NHL, has been named the new general manager of the Boston Bruins.
The Senators announced Tuesday morning that they have agreed to terms with goaltender Andrew Hammond on a three-year contract extension.
Game 4 will be a pivotal game for the battle-tested but struggling Blackhawks as they trail the Ducks in the West finals 2-1.
The Blackhawks have a wealth of individual talent, but they haven't figured out how to put that toward consistent power-play success.
Veteran Antoine Vermette thought his play was good enough to remain in the lineup and was frustrated to sit out of Game 3.
The Rangers came up with quite the elixir to cure what ails them as Henrik Lundqvist rebounded in net and Rick Nash scored twice to even the East finals 2-2.
If the Lightning are going to survive, Ben Bishop has to recover from allowing 10 goals in two games - just as his opponent Henrik Lundqvist did.
Mike Babcock bid an emotional goodbye to Detroit and its fans, but his likely successor is in line and in a good position to keep the Red Wings rolling.
The Ducks' Bob Murray, the Rangers' Glen Sather and the Lightning's Steve Yzerman are finalists for the NHL's GM of the year award.
Not many smart Montrealers make it to the NHL via Harvard, but Alex Killorn has never been one to take the road most traveled.
Sidney Crosby decided to extend his season after an early exit from the playoffs, and it worked out pretty well.