Just days after Seattle was awarded an NHL expansion franchise to begin play in October 2021, potential changes to KeyArena's renovation plans have surfaced

The NHL has had a 16-team playoff format since 1980, but some owners want to see an expanded playoff in a league that now has 31 teams and will add Seattle as a 32nd team in 2021

As was widely expected, the NHL Board of Governors unanimously approved adding Seattle as the league’s 32nd franchise on Tuesday, with the as yet unnamed team set to join in 2021 instead of 2020 to allow e…

The National Hockey League will continue its European push by making plans to stage a season-opening game in Prague and another two matches in Stockholm next season

Caesars Entertainment has announced a multi-year partnership with the Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center

William Hill US today announced a multi-year deal with the New Jersey Devils and the Prudential Center stadium

NHL side the Vegas Golden Knights have announced plans to sell last-minute tickets via text message as they continue to try to engage new fans in the city

Seattle's NHL expansion bid – which looks set to be given final approval by the league's Board of Governors in early December – unveiled plans for a $70m (€61m) training facility in the northern part of…

Seattle's quest for an NHL franchise moved a significant step closer on Tuesday when the league’s executive committee voted 9-0 to forward the city's expansion bid to a full board of governors vote in…

Seattle’s City Council has voted unanimously in favour of granting lease and development contracts for the construction of a new multi-sport venue on the site of the Key Arena, opening the door for an N…

The NHL is staging two exhibition matches in China this week to help grow ice hockey in the country. The next logical step is to hold regular-season games in the Far East, said commissioner Gary Bettman

In just half a season, the Golden Knights NHL expansion team has captured the imagination of the US sports world with its success on the ice and, just as importantly, shattered the long-standing myth that Las Vegas is not a viable market for a major sports team.

In this issue we cover the following: QATAR CRISIS – BeIN hits out at 'scaremongering' VIRTUAL REALITY – Is the much hyped technology finally ready to make a difference? SPORTS

Kevin Roberts asks a series of sports industry experts about the global outlooks of the 'big four' established major leagues in the US.

We ask John Collins, chief operating officer of the National Hockey League, why he turned to a rival to help revamp the digital media output of his sport.