ESPN NHL News ESPN NHL NewsMan at heart of Maple Leaf Gardens scandal dies April 10, 2020Gordon Stuckless, the man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sexual abuse scandal, died Thursday night after a brain hemorrhage.Canes' Hamilton ready to play after broken leg April 9, 2020Carolina Hurricanes president and general manager Don Waddell said All-Star defenseman Dougie Hamilton would be ready to play if the season resumes after breaking his left leg in January.Poll: Fans won't attend games without vaccine April 9, 2020A majority of fans in a recent poll said they would not attend games before a vaccine is developed for coronavirus.Hurricanes consider no fans, limited capacity April 9, 2020The Hurricanes are planning for the possibilities of games with no fans, with a limited capacity, and with a full house when the coronavirus pandemic subsides.Oilers' Cave remains in medically induced coma April 9, 2020Oilers forward Colby Cave remains in a medically induced coma, "giving his brain time to heal & rest," the team said. He suffered a brain bleed earlier in the week.Coach: Senators who had COVID-19 recovered April 9, 2020Senators coach D.J. Smith said Wednesday that all members of the organization who tested positive for the coronavirus have recovered.Wysh List: How to avoid risking players' health in a restarted NHL season April 8, 2020Some suggestions on how to make sure injuries aren't rampant when the league returns. Plus, Jersey Fouls, results of our awards poll, and more.Lafrenière tops draft-eligible prospect list April 8, 2020It makes little difference to Alexis Lafreniere when, where or how he'll learn about being selected in the NHL draft.Schelling 1st woman GM of top men's pro team April 8, 2020Florence Schelling has been named the general manager of SC Bern of the National League in Switzerland. At just 31, she is the first female GM in top-level men's professional hockey.The best NHL coronavirus pause trend? Players adding dogs to the family April 8, 2020From Brock Boeser doubling his pack, to Lightning players fostering an entire litter, NHLers are adding four-legged friends during self-isolation.