Jim Cerny

    Jim Cerny

  • NHL head coaching gig part of natural progression for Canucks' Travis Green

    New Vancouver Canucks head coach Travis Green was laying the foundation for a successful career in coaching long before deciding to pursue it.

  • Q&A with Brandon Prust: Young Leafs, Tortorella, and Habs-Rangers

    Brandon Prust, who played hockey in Germany this season, thought he'd be a good fit for the young Toronto Maple Leafs.

  • Devils' Wood gets mixed messages from mom and dad after starting brawl

    New Jersey Devils rookie Miles Wood goes after New York Rangers’ Nick Holden. New Jersey rookie Miles Wood scrolled through his text messages in the post-game dressing room after the Devils defeated their rivals, the Rangers, 3-2 in overtime Tuesday night. You see, late in the second period Tuesday, Wood helped to start a mini riot on the Prudential Center ice, the type of brawl that happened more frequently back in the eighties and nineties when his father, Randy Wood, played for the Islanders, Sabres, Maple Leafs and Stars over an 11-year National Hockey League career.

  • Canadiens coming together after late-season shakeup

    The Montreal Canadiens celebrate after beating the Vancouver Canucks in overtime. Claude Julien chuckled before answering the question last Friday, noticing its ironic timing as his team packed for a 10-day road trip. Would this extended stretch on the road be a good chance for the Montreal Canadiens to bond and get to know one another better?

  • What it's like to be a GM on NHL trade deadline day

    Penguins GM Jim Rutherford (left), Flames GM Brad Treliving (centre) and former Thrashers GM Don Waddell (right). For fans, media and league executives alike, the NHL’s trade deadline is one of the most anticipated days on the calendar. Leading up to this year’s trade deadline, which arrives at 3:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 1, Yahoo Sports picked the brains of three men well acquainted with the highs and lows of this important day.

  • Devils' Moore recalls 'really scary' days after concussion

    John Moore lays on the ice after being hit from behind by Tom Wilson. John Moore was scared. In the immediate aftermath of a concussion suffered on New Year’s Eve, the affable New Jersey Devils defenseman admits he was in a dark place — irritable, angry and scared.

  • Former NHL goalies break down Lundqvist's struggles

    It’s been a disappointing season for Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. Never in his 12-year career has Henrik Lundqvist been so scrutinized, and his game more analyzed, than this season. A bloated 2.73 goals-against average and career-low .907 save percentage have more than offset the fact Lundqvist already surpassed 20 wins for the 12th consecutive season, a league record to begin a career, and became the NHL’s all-time leader in victories by a European goaltender, passing Hall of Famer Dominik Hasek.