Rory Boylen
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Rory Boylen joined Sportsnet in 2014 and is the NHL and junior hockey editor at Sportsnet.ca. He is also co-host of the Tape to Tape NHL Podcast.
What each team gets out of the Mike Hoffman trades
Rory Boylen
Mike Hoffman was traded twice in a few hours on Tuesday and though Florida ends up with the best player involved, there are a lot of layers to determine who the big winner is. We look at what each team gets out of the two trades.
2018 NHL trade candidates: 24 players who could get dealt this summer
Rory Boylen
Where will Barry Trotz coach next? Looking at 4 potential spots
Rory Boylen
Barry Trotz announced he was stepping down as head coach of the Washington Capitals, and although only one NHL team is without a head coach at the moment, others could become interested.
Prospect of Interest: The 411 on top 2018 draft prospect Rasmus Dahlin
Rory Boylen
Rasmus Dahlin has been turning heads since he was playing against older players at 16 years old and is drawing comparisons to Erik Karlsson. Here's more information on the player everyone expects Buffalo to pick first overall.
NHL Rumour Roundup: Latest on John Tavares, Ilya Kovalchuk
Rory Boylen
Winnipeg Jets Off-Season Report: A salary cap crunch is coming
Rory Boylen
The Winnipeg Jets now have a wide-open Stanley Cup window, but even though their GM made some signings and trades this season, now it's more about managing the hefty internal contracts that are on the way.
Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals' off-season checklist
Rory Boylen
The Washington Capitals finally climbed the mountain and can enjoy their Stanley Cup victory, but GM Brian MacLellan needs to get right back to work and get his team on track to win another in 2019.
2018 NHL Off-Season Primer: Trade candidates and draft intrigue
Rory Boylen
Andrei Svechnikov is 'at the top' of Carolina's NHL draft list
Rory Boylen
Andrei Svechnikov is part of a group of wingers in the running to go No. 2 overall at the NHL Draft later this month. But after Carolina GM Don Waddell's comments, it now seems the Russian is a lock to go right after Dahlin.