Month: June 2019

report this ad The Colorado Avalanche enter free agency discussions at an interesting crossroads. They have only 13 starting players under contract and only 27 contracts signed of the 50 allowed. The rest of the players, both with the Avalanche and the Eagles, are either unrestricted free agents (UFAs) or restricted free agents (RFAs). It’s
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9:10 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN The 2019 Hockey Hall of Fame class, which will be revealed on Tuesday, is one of those tricky “transition-year” groups, sandwiched in between the mortal locks of 2018 (Martin Brodeur, Martin St. Louis) and 2020 (Jarome Iginla). At least that’s true of the male players, because there’s one icon of
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VANCOUVER—With labour talks having already begun on an informal basis, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and union chief Don Fehr are in favour of rebooting the World Cup of Hockey tournament and holding it every four years. The stumbling block to laying out a long-term calendar of international competition, however, revolves around the hot-button topic of
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report this ad Let’s face it, we’re all a little tired of the Chicago Blackhawks. Given how often they’re on national television, how many of them were named to the National Hockey League’s Top 100 (despite questionable qualifications) and, of course, the league’s insistence on sending them to every single outdoor game ever, the NHL
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4:53 PM ET Associated Press VANCOUVER, British Columbia — With labor talks having already begun on an informal basis, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and union chief Don Fehr are in favor of rebooting the World Cup of Hockey tournament and holding it every four years. The stumbling block to laying out a long-term calendar of
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With labor talks having already begun on an informal basis, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and union chief Don Fehr are in favor of rebooting the World Cup of Hockey tournament and holding it every four years. The stumbling block to laying out a long-term calendar of international competition, however, revolves around the hot-button topic of
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© Russell LaBounty-USA TODAY Sports Golden Knights laying the groundwork to clear out some needed cap space Jesse Granger of The Athletic: Multiple sources have said that the Vegas Golden Knights have laid the groundwork for potentially multiple trades. The Golden Knights and restricted free agent William Karlsson are close on a long-term deal in
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The New Jersey Devils on Saturday acquired forward Adam Helewka from the Nashville Predators for future considerations. Helewka, 23, recorded 21 goals and 29 assists for 50 points in 65 AHL games between Tucson and Milwaukee in 2018-19, his third pro season. A native of Burnaby, B.C., Helewka has appeared in 189 career AHL contests
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report this ad Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan has a reputation of scoring more misses than hits with his NHL draft selections. In the past five years, only one homegrown talent, 2014 first-round selection Jakub Vrana, has achieved significant ice time with the Capitals. MacLellan has instead relied on free agency and deep pockets
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8:10 PM ET Emily Kaplan Greg Wyshynski VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The 2019 NHL draft is in the books. From Jack Hughes to Jeremy Michel, 217 players have a new team, but that’s hardly the only news to come out of the event. We break down our favorites from the first round to the last,
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