McKenzie: The latest speculation on Luongo's future

The old interweb is alive with reports that Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo has refused to waive his no-trade clause to any place other than his old team, the Florida Panthers. But as TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie points out, it's far too early in the process to suggest he won't go here or there, with here or there obviously including the Toronto Maple Leafs. ...more

McKenzie: Nothing imminent in possible Nash, Luongo trades

With the NHL Draft complete, TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie took to twitter to provide updates on the ongoing trade talks for Rick Nash and Roberto Luongo, the Penguins' plans for free agency, the goaltending situation in Winnipeg, coaching vacancies in Edmonton and Washington and more. ...more

McKenzie: Kings were led by three big performers

The three big pieces for the Los Angeles Kings in winning the Stanley Cup were Jonathan Quick, Dustin Brown and Anze Kopitar. As TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie writes, Kings GM Dean Lomabardi and his staff did an incredible job putting this team together but those three players were holdovers from a previous regime. ...more

McKenzie: Devils' role players leading the way

The star players on the New Jersey Devils, Zack Parise and Martin Brodeur, got the lion's share of credit for their Game 5 win, and deservedly so, but I really think the work of the Devils role players and foot soldiers is what has kept them alive in the last two games. ...more

McKenzie: Giving the Devils their due

You have to give the New Jersey Devils their due, and I don't think anybody has; certainly not the fans that came to the Staples Center in Los Angeles for what they expected to be a coronation in Game 4. ...more

McKenzie: Trade for Richards set table for Kings success

Dean Lombardi's trade for Mike Richards last summer marked a turning point for the Kings. It was at this time that Lombardi made the decision to start turning all the young talent he had accumulated into older, veteran players that could potentially lead them towards a Stanley Cup. ...more

McKenzie: Devils unable to capitalize on early opportunities

In the last five minutes of the first period of Monday night’s Game 3 Stanley Cup Final, the New Jersey Devils had a chance to really get something going on the power play but they were not able to accomplish it. ...more

McKenzie: Kings' Brown entitled to a couple of bad games

We've seen Dustin Brown take over games, and take over series. But he hasn't done that in the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final. But he's been so good in these playoffs, you have to cut the guy a break. He's just in a little bit of a lull - he's certainly capable of picking his game back up. ...more

McKenzie: Kings' Carter, Quick did what they do best in Game 2

Game 2 was an example of why the Los Angeles Kings went out at the trade deadline to get Jeff Carter. Carter is a player who underachieved and played poorly for the Columbus Blue Jackets, but the Kings knew what everyone else knows about Carter, he scores goals and he scores big goals. ...more

McKenzie: Devils can take positives despite Game 1 loss

It's never fun to lose in overtime in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final but the New Jersey Devils can take some positives from the loss. This team knows what it's like to be in a hole and to claw their way out. I'm sure they are disappointed but they have lots to work with going forward. ...more

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