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Duncan Keith To Miss World Cup. [WGN Radio] On ice after surgery, Roberto Luongo aims for Florida Panthers opener. [Miami ...

Last week, the New York Rangers brought an end to the biggest NHL free-agent race since July 1 by signing forward Jimmy Vesey to an entry-level contract. Virtually everything about Vesey signing with the Rangers was controversial: his decision ...

from John Matisz at the Toronto Sun, Keep one eye glued on Josh Ho-Sang this coming season. He may be the sport’s most fascinating figure without a guaranteed job in the NHL. The 2014 New York Islanders first-rounder will likely lan...

The Avs announced that after a quick but thorough candidate search that Lake Erie Monsters Head Coach Jared Bednar will move up to the NHL and head the staff this year. “My family and I are thrilled to be he...

Let's check in with Alexander Wennberg and see how his summer's going:

ARIZ/FLA working on a deal that will send David Bolland and Lawson Crouse to the Coyotes for a second and third pick... — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) August 25, 2016   FLA creates flexibility, opens up cap room and dr...

While most of the unrestricted free agents that were expected to sign deals with NHL clubs have done so, the restricted free agent market has yet to be finalized. Some big-name restricted free agents remain without a contract, and perhaps none big...

The Winnipeg Jets are a team on the rise. They have only made the playoffs once since arriving in Manitoba, but the prospect pool has filled up, and they are about to start overflowing into the lineup. And while the excitement for the prospects wa...

Taylor Hall is a very good hockey player, and he has lived up to his 1st-overall draft status since the 2010-11 season. If he ever decides to take up a second sport, however, he proved that he could have a career in baseball in the future. When at...

Brock Nelson’s career with the New York Islanders can be summed up in two songs by the epic rock band Foreigner — “Hot-Blooded” and “Cold as Ice.” At times appearing ready to become the 30-goal scorer the team envisioned he’d be ...


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Capitals Players Present $23,405 So Kids Can Donation to Horton's Kids
ARLINGTON, Va. – Washington Capitals players Karl Alzner, Nicklas Backstrom and Braden Holtby along with Elliot Segal of the Elliot in the Morning Show recently presented a $23,405 check to Horton’s Kids, a community-based social change organi...

NHL.com 30 in 30: Reasons for Optimism, Questions Facing Ducks
By Abbey Mastracco | NHL.com Correspondent NHL.com is providing in-depth analysis for each of its 30 teams throughout August. Today, the biggest reasons for optimism and the biggest questions facing the Anaheim Ducks. The Ducks were one win...

NHL.com 30 in 30: Top Prospects for Ducks
By Abbey Mastracco | NHL.com Correspondent NHL.com is providing in-depth prospect analysis for each of its 30 teams throughout August. Today, the Anaheim Ducks. The Ducks' prospect pool very closely mirrors the main roster: depth on the blu...

Who Should be the Sabres Future Captain?
Buffalo Sabres captain Brian Gionta is entering the final year of his contract. The 37-year-old is likely playing in his last season with the Sabres and possibly of his career. The hot debate in Buffalo these days is who’ll take over the “C”...

Avs Give Rene Bourque a PTO: Report
The Colorado Avalanche have signed forward Rene Bourque to a professional tryout (PTO), according to James Mirtle of the Globe & Mail. The former University of Wisconsin Badger most recently spent time with the Columbus Blue Jackets, putting ...

Resolution Needed Soon
from Kevin Allen of USA TODAY, With the opening of NHL training camps  only 17 days away, here are five story lines worth following: Hampus Lindholm negotiations: The Anaheim Ducks still haven’t been able to re-sign the two-way...

Are the Montreal Canadiens Tough Enough?
In sports, toughness is something that is desired in an athlete. However, the definition of toughness can be broad as it varies with each person, one could regard toughness as a physical attribute while another sees it as something mental. It coul...

Canadiens Appoint Eric Crawford As Director of Pro Scouting
Eric Crawford named director of pro scouting Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL — Eric Crawford enters his second season with the Montreal Canadiens after 16 years as a member of the Vancouver Canucks, including five, from 2010-11 to ...

HEADLINES | Weber, Price, Crawford, Leblanc, Brière, Trouba, more
All Habs Headlines: Thursday August 25, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1938 — Montreal Maroons’ franchise suspended operation as an NHL franchise. 1939 — The Canadiens named Albert “Babe” Siebert as their new head coach. 1944...

Your New Captain Of The St. Louis Blues Is Alex Pietrangelo
from Chris Pinkert of St.LouisBlues.com, The Blues officially introduced Pietrangelo as the club’s new captain during a press conference Thursday afternoon at Scottrade Center. The 26-year-old native of King City, Ontario will join an e...

Avalanche’s 7th Head Coach will be Jared Bednar
The Avs announced that after a quick but thorough candidate search that Lake Erie Monsters Head Coach Jared Bednar will move up to the NHL and head the staff this year. “My family and I are thrilled to be he...

Avalanche hire Jared Bednar as head coach
BREAKING: The #Avs have hired Jared Bednar as the new head coach. pic.twitter.com/aFNk6FS8U7 — Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) August 25, 2016 Avalanche say it's Jared Bednar. #Avs. — Mike Chambers (@MikeChambers) August ...


 
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