2:22 PM ET Associated Press Alexis Lafrenière, as expected, maintained the top spot in the NHL Central Scouting Bureau’s final ranking of draft-eligible prospects released Wednesday. What remains uncertain for the 18-year-old Rimouski Oceanic forward and hundreds of fellow prospects is learning when and by whom they will be selected. Forward Quinton Byfield and defenseman
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July 1. One of the most enjoyable, exciting, and nerve-racking days of the calendar year. For many, July 1 marks the unofficial start of the summer and Canada Day, a national holiday in Canada. However, in the hockey world, July 1 marks the start of NHL Free Agency, more commonly referred to as Free Agent
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The impact of Ken Dryden’s incredible legacy and body of work has been felt off the ice just as much as on it. Six-time Stanley Cup champion, Canadian, politician, lawyer, businessman, best-selling author, and philanthropist are only a few of the accomplishments you’ll find on Ken Dryden’s resume. Despite playing in the NHL for just eight
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7:30 AM ET Here’s the thing about voting on the NHL Awards: The regular season has to end before any of that can begin. With the NHL season suspended since March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s unclear whether we’ve already seen the end of the regular season, or whether it gets restarted in
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Bakersfield Condors forward Colby Cave has been placed in a medically-induced coma and has been admitted to the critical care unit at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital after suffering a brain bleed overnight, the Edmonton Oilers announced on Tuesday. The entire American Hockey League joins the Oilers organization in keeping Colby and his wife Emily in our
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On this date, the emergency backup goaltender was taken to a whole new level during a Stanley Cup Final game. This was also a big date for extending streaks and playoff records while one team’s direction was forever changed. A Big Date for Coaches Lester Patrick won six Stanley Cups with the New York Rangers
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Uncertainty remains a major hurdle, but the NHL is plotting a late summer return with playoff games in empty venues to counteract the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic. A board of governors call to dissect options for resuming the season is scheduled for Monday. There are several issues with the NHL resuming the season.
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