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In their first practice since returning from a five-game road trip and a 1-3-1 start to open the season, head coach Dave Hakstol and his team had plenty to work on, with the focus being fixing their slow play and not getting beat in transition.
For the operations crew at Climate Pledge Arena to make sure the Kraken can play games the night after other events, there's a long process, though not overly difficult for the experts, to ensure the ice stays in good condition.
What started off as an encouraging season debut for the Kraken fell apart down the stretch of this five-game road swing through three time zones, capped by a 4-2 loss Tuesday night, Oct. 19, to the New Jersey Devils.
Patrik Laine loaded up and beat Kraken goalie Philipp Grubauer with 2:16 gone in the overtime period to give Columbus the 2-1 win.
Brandon Tanev scored his second goal into an empty net with 1:21 left, and the Seattle Kraken beat the Nashville Predators, 4-3, on Thursday night, Oct. 14, for the first victory in the expansion franchise's second game.
The Kraken didn't just face the league's second-newest club on Tuesday night, but also expectations born from the Golden Knights' run to the Stanley Cup Final in their first season.
Max Pacioretty scored twice and the Vegas Golden Knights spoiled the Seattle Kraken's debut with a 4-3 win on Tuesday night, Oct. 12.
The Seattle Kraken could be down five players when it opens its season in Las Vegas on Tuesday night, Oct. 12.
Kraken coach Dave Hakstol is keeping opening lineup for Tuesday, Oct. 9's, first game close to the vest.
As the Kraken enters its inaugural season, here are three reasons the expansion team will make the NHL playoffs, and three reasons it won't.
The Kraken's Haydn Fleury is one of four players from the small town of Carlyle, Saskatchewan, to reach the NHL — and that group includes his brother, Cale Fleury, and his babysitter, Brenden Morrow.
When Kraken forward Riley Sheahan isn’t trying to land a job on one of the Kraken’s bottom two forward lines, he can be found hosting a new “Speak Your Mind” podcast that addresses mental health.
Ample time and room to make freewheeling plays is exactly what the Seattle Kraken provided Tuesday night, Sept. 28, in a 6-0 loss at Rogers Place that had the Edmonton Oilers looking every bit the offensive powerhouse they’re reputed to be.
The crowd on Day 1 of the Kraken's inaugural training camp was reduced for social distancing reasons, but the fans at the Kraken Community Iceplex made up for the smaller size with enthusiasm.
Mark Giordano and the rest of the Kraken's roster hit the ice for the first time as a team with the start of training camp Thursday. It was the first step toward Seattle’s debut on Oct. 12 at Vegas and came exactly a month before the Kraken open their home arena against Vancouver.
The Boston native was one of the goalies selected by the Kraken in its expansion draft. An Arizona State alum who has played just about everywhere in North America, he’s also played just about everywhere on the ice as well.