Pierre-Edouard Bellemare of the Kraken brings a lot to the table.
For a 3rd year franchise the Kraken have a surprising wealth of candidates.
The no-nonsense Kraken D-man tallied more points than one might expect.
An alpha male on the Seattle Kraken blueline has raised expectations.
Performance and stability put the Kraken near the top.
The world's 2nd most famous Oleksiak is a big deal, literally, for the Kraken.
The Kraken should benefit tremendously as Borgen establishes his all-around game while entering his prime.
Kraken D-man Vince Dunn won't "run away" and wants to remain with Seattle for the long haul.
For now the Kraken's roster contract balance seems as solid as its scoring depth.
The top pair lefty cashes in; he was the last Kraken player needing a contract for this season.
Another Kraken bounces north; while S.H.I. reader responses grow.
What the Seattle Kraken line-up should look like, and who's the wild card?
The Kraken locked up one of their 3 RFA D-men and added some forward depth.
The former Spokane Chief returns to his home state to play for the NHL Kraken.
"Doomo" brings the Kraken veteran saavy, great penalty killing experience, and 2 Stanley Cups rings.