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10:43 AM ET Washington Capitals forward Evgeny Kuznetsov has been suspended three games for inappropriate conduct, the NHL announced Saturday. Kuznetsov tested positive for cocaine at the 2019 IIHF World Championship on May 26. He will not appeal the suspension. “I am once again sorry that I have disappointed my family, my teammates, and the
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League today announced that AHLTV streaming subscriptions for the 2019-20 season are now available for purchase. Available at theahl.com/AHLTV, AHLTV features live streaming of every AHL game in high definition on desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile devices, as well as over-the-top (OTT) platforms such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon
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Leaving an NHL Entry Draft empty-handed doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the end of the road. Although the odds heavily disfavor the players who aren’t selected, they could go on to become very dominant players, even the greatest of all-time. In an abysmal 2018-19 season, the Los Angeles Kings had one player that shed some light
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The Colorado Avalanche started training camp Friday, Sept. 13 with a bang. They invited 57 players, 7 of whom are on AHL contracts and 1 on a Professional Tryout (PTO) – Colin Campbell. Campbell is a 28-year-old right wing who has spent the last six years playing in the AHL for the Grand Rapids Griffins.
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3:10 PM ET Minnesota Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon, coming off a career season, has signed a seven-year, $53.025 million contract extension, the team announced Saturday. The deal averages $7.575 million per season and runs through the 2026-27 season. Wild general manager Bill Guerin announced the new deal with the 29-year-old Spurgeon, who set career highs
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A posthumous study of Stan Mikita’s brain shows the hockey Hall of Famer suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy at the time of his death a year ago. Dr. Ann McKee, the director of the BU CTE Center, announced the findings during the Concussion Legacy Foundation’s Chicago Honours Dinner on Friday night at the request of
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CHICAGO—A posthumous study of Stan Mikita’s brain shows the Hockey Hall of Famer suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy at the time of his death a year ago. Dr. Ann McKee, the director of the BU CTE Center, announced the findings during the Concussion Legacy Foundation’s Chicago Honors Dinner on Friday night at the request of
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10:38 PM ET Associated Press CHICAGO — A posthumous study of Stan Mikita’s brain shows the hockey Hall of Famer suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy at the time of his death a year ago. Dr. Ann McKee, the director of the Boston University CTE Center, announced the findings during the Concussion Legacy Foundation’s Chicago Honors
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