One of the Kraken's key leaders and scorers enters a contract year.
Some familiar and less familiar faces scrimmaged with the Kraken.
Thursday featured a lively Kraken informal skate and plenty of league news.
For a 3rd year franchise the Kraken have a surprising wealth of candidates.
Yanni Gourde's value to the Seattle Kraken defies statistics until it matters most.
The top pair lefty cashes in; he was the last Kraken player needing a contract for this season.
What the Seattle Kraken line-up should look like, and who's the wild card?
With just one big contract to sign for this season, the Kraken can turn their attention to another upgrade.
Sprong and Geekie are out for the Kraken, Lind, Dunn, Borgen and Fleury are in.
Come Monday night, the Kraken head coach and 1st-line center will know if they're bringing home some hardware.
If the Kraken won Game-4 at home, thank the shrine. If they lost, blame the shrine. (full length photo within story)
To a man, the Kraken were pleasantly surprised and then generally ecstatic about Seattle fan support.
The Kraken actually have plenty to be happy about, despite the disappointment of Monday night.
The Kraken defied many expectations and tripped up any thoughts that their season might end Saturday.
The Kraken put in a consistently strong performance to send the series back to Dallas.