How do emergency recalls differ from standard recalls, and what are the rules surrounding emergency recalls? Let's break it down.
There are a couple of issues that will be major talking points in the next collective bargaining agreement negotiations. One of them is escrow. What is it, and what are...
We're backtracking a bit with a topic that probably should have been the very first primer, and taking a look at the salary cap itself.
How does the salary arbitration process work? Why do players or teams elect arbitration? Who is even eligible to file for salary arbitration? This primer answers your questions.
How does restricted free agency work? What is a qualifying offer? What is an offer sheet? This primer will answer your questions.
What can the CHL's transfer agreement with the NHL tell us about the paths some prospects will take?
There are two types of bonuses in NHL contracts -- signing bonuses and performance bonuses. How do they work?
The NHL's first buyout period of the season officially opened on Saturday. What is a buyout? How does the process work? Let's break it down.
In this primer, we'll dive into the rules and intricacies surrounding things like the draft lottery, draft eligibility, player signing rights, draft rankings, and more.
How do no-trade and no-movement clauses work? Which players on the Penguins have one? This primer answers your questions.
As we approach the NHL trade deadline, let's dive into the rules and intricacies surrounding trades in the NHL.
Justin Schultz, despite having a long-term injury, was placed on injured reserve and not long-term injured reserve. There's a reason for that.
There are a lot of misconceptions or confusion surrounding topics like types of contracts and what they mean and more. This primer hopes to make those things more clear.
What are waivers? Who needs them? When are they needed? This primer looks to answer your frequently asked questions on the NHL's waiver system.