Good morning, my name is Andrew Fantucchio. It’s Tuesday, September 5, and here’s what I’m focused on around the NHL today.
Best and Worst of the Islanders in 2022-23:
Before the New York Islanders embark on their 2023-24 campaign, let’s take one final look back at last season. A year full of highs and just as many lows.
A Potential Landing Spot For Patrick Kane:
Patrick Kane’s recovery from hip surgery this offseason is reportedly going well. While he remains a free agent, it’s been rumored Kane may find himself a home with the Detroit Red Wings once he’s back to full health.
Exclusive with Flyers President Keith Jones:
Ahead of his first season as the president of the Philadelphia Flyers, Keith Jones sat down with Philly Hockey Now’s Chuck Bausman for an exclusive interview.
More From National Hockey Now:
Boston: The Bruins have two options: start the year without a No. 1 center or make a push for a player like Mark Scheifle.
Florida: Reacting to ESPN’s projections for the Panthers this season.
Montreal: Kent Hughes has largely made over the Canadiens since becoming the team’s general manager, but a few contracts from the old regime are still on the books.
Nashville: Answering some of the biggest ‘what ifs’ in Predators history.
Los Angeles: Are the Kings already back to being Cup contenders?
San Jose: The Sharks might have the best prospect pool they’ve ever had this year.