1. Comparing the Pittsburgh Penguins' 2014-15 Roster to the 2009 Stanley Cup Squad

    The Pittsburgh Penguins are now five years removed from their last Stanley Cup championship. That would be good news for franchises like the Toronto Maple Leafs or St...

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  2. Carolina Hurricanes Prospect Patrick Brown Following Unusual Path Toward NHL

    In a Carolina Hurricanes prospect development camp laden with former high draft picks and major junior top scorers, 22-year-old Patrick Brown's resume and background hardly fit in...

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  3. Will James Reimer Supplant Jonathan Bernier as Maple Leafs Starter?

    The idea that the Toronto Maple Leafs might be willing to demote the player who did more to help them win games in 2013-14 than any other seems ridiculous—unless, of course, you’re James Reimer ...

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  4. Yakupov Switches to Less Enigmatic Jersey Number

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  5. Cue the Comeback: LaRose, 'Canes Agree to Minor-League Contract

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  6. Colborne Hopes Flames Can Build on Late-Season Momentum

    CALGARY, AB -- Joe Colborne knows the Calgary Flames took great strides in the first year of building back up the Calgary Flames...

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  7. Maple Leafs Sign D Jake Gardiner to 5-Year/$20.25M Extension

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  8. Habs Sign Hulking D-Man Finley to AHL Deal

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  9. Role Model

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  10. Western Conference Showing No Mercy with Offseason Pickups

    e Western Conference dominated the NHL last season, which made the Los Angeles Kings ' five-game Stanley Cup Final triumph over the New York Rangers a fitting end to the 2013-14 campaign...

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  11. Core Values: Anze Kopitar, Drew Doughty Lead Los Angeles Kings

    In the salary cap era, where NHL teams have to be efficient with their money, it's important for each club to have a core group of players that set the foundation on which to build the rest of the team...

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  12. Still No Dwight King News

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  13. Agent: Hayes Unlikely to Sign with Blackhawks

    Kevin Hayes, the Chicago Blackhawks ' 2010 first-round draft pick, likely will not sign with the organization before the Aug. 15 deadline and become an unrestricted free agent, the forward's agent said on Tuesday...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 4 days ago 1,560 reads 0 comments

  14. Brendan Shanahan Addresses Depth, Not Core of Toronto Maple Leafs

    When Brendan Shanahan was introduced as the new President of the Toronto Maple Leafs , it was met with skepticism and the focus centered on Tim Leiweke's consistent reiteration of the word “culture...

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  15. Claude Giroux Buys Big on Rittenhouse Square

    Claude Giroux, captain of the Philadelphia Flyers , paid roughly $2.2 million for a unit on the 29th floor of Ten Rittenhouse Square at 130 S. 18th St., according to Philadelphia property records...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 4 days ago 525 reads 0 comments

  16. Laughton's Development, Ashbee's Birthday, Quick Hits

    * From the day he was announced as the Flyers ' new general manager, Ron Hextall has emphasized a mantra that the organization will not rush its prospects to the NHL nor will NHL ...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 4 days ago 166 reads 0 comments

  17. Maple Leafs' James Reimer Expects Opportunity to Claim No. 1 Job

    James Reimer has no intention of coming to training camp with the Toronto Maple Leafs as a backup goaltender...

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  18. Detroit's Samuelsson Signs in Swedish League

    After 13 years, nearly 700 games and one Stanley Cup championship, Mikael Samuelsson has left the NHL and signed in the Swedish league...

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  19. Trio of Philadelphia Flyers Prospects Patiently Waiting Their Turn

    Scott Laughton experienced the thrill of making an NHL opening-night roster twice. Shayne Gostisbehere got his first taste of professional hockey last season, as did Robert Hagg, who made his North American pro debut in 2013-14...

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  20. Peter Mueller to Attempt NHL Comeback with St. Louis Blues

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  21. Blues Sign Former 1st-Rd Pick Peter Mueller

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  22. Hartnell Excited for New Start in Columbus

    After spending the past seven seasons as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers , Scott Hartnell is looking forward to pulling a new sweater over his head this fall...

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  23. Elliott Primed to Get Blues' Season Underway

    Brian Elliott, who peruses Twitter as @kidells1, realizes that Blues fans are a restless group these days. In their minds, the team's goaltender noted, the start of the regular season Oct...

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  24. Rangers Will Lean on Henrik Lundqvist, Ryan McDonagh

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  25. Justin Fontaine Agrees to Two-Year Contract with Wild

    Justin Fontaine, the 26-year-old Wild forward, will avoid a Friday arbitration hearing and sign a new two-year deal with the Wild this afternoon. The deal is expected to be worth $1 million annually...

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