• NBC Sports4 hours ago

    It doesn’t sound promising for Matt Murray

    If he ends up being an option vs. the Washington Capitals, it might not be for a while. The Penguins provided a less-than-promising update on Monday: he hasn’t yet resumed skating. Considering Washington’s firepower, it would be nice for the Penguins to have two championship goalies to choose from in case things get ugly, but at the moment it seems like it’s Marc-Andre Fleury or bust.

  • Islanders bring Dennis Seidenberg back with another one-year deal
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    Islanders bring Dennis Seidenberg back with another one-year deal

    The Islanders defeated the Senators 4-2. Dennis Seidenberg will be back in Brooklyn next season after inking a one-year, $1.25 million deal with the New York Islanders. After being bought out in June 2016 by the Boston Bruins, Seidenberg had to wait until the end of September – during the World Cup of Hockey Final – to latch on to a new team.

  • NBC Sports5 hours ago

    Kings want to increase scoring, but can Stevens make it happen?

    If sheer exposure to a team translates to make that team better, then no candidate can lift the Los Angeles Kings quite like John Stevens. The hockey world tends to lose track of assistant (or “associate”) coaches far more easily than the main guys, and that is the case with Stevens. Seriously, Stevens has been with the Kings since 2010-11.