1. Red Wings Prospect Alexey Marchenko Resumes Skating After Ankle Surgery

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  2. Wingels' Three-Year Deal with $7.4 Million

    Tommy Wingels has officially signed a three-year, $7.4 million contract extension with the San Jose Sharks . The contract carries a cap hit of approximately $2.47 million annually...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 5 days ago 104 reads 0 comments

  3. Ovechkin 'upset' at Grabovski Departure, Happy with Defensive Signings

    When Mikhail Grabovski signed with the New York Islanders , you had to wonder how Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin took the news...

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  4. Oilers Re-Sign D Jeff Petry to 1-Year/$3+M Deal

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  5. Tommy Wingels' 3-Year Extension Worth $7.4M

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  6. Center Upgrades Add Punch to Loaded Central Division

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 5 days ago 686 reads 0 comments

  7. St. Louis Taking Sobotka to Arbitration Is a Smart Move

    When the St. Louis Blues announced they were taking forward Vladimir Sobotka to team-elected arbitration, many fans thought there was another Colorado Avalanche -Ryan O'Reilly situation developing...

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  8. Washington Capitals Were Free Agency's Biggest Spenders

    Now that free agency has, for the most part, settled down it's time to step back and see who did the most damage...

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  9. Behind Jim Nill, the Stars Are Building a Contender in Dallas

    Flash back to the 2012-13 season. The Dallas Stars finished dead last in the former Pacific Division. Their 48 points put them in the league's bottom-eight...

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  10. Chase Turnin' Heads at Oilers Camp

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  11. Detroit Red Wings Free Agency 2014: Ken Holland's New Challenge

    As the sun rises on the third day of free agency, there's still a large dark cloud of uncertainty over the Red Wings ' fanbase...

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  12. NHL Trade Rumors: Tracking Latest Buzz and Potential Moves

    As many rumors often are, the NHL 's latest buzz is all intertwined and connected. Like a stack of dominoes, one move could send all of the other dominoes scattering...

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  13. Maple Leafs Shrink Size of Prospects Camp

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  14. Oilers Prospect Simpson Aims to Follow in Footsteps of Famous Father

    JASPER — If he was Chris Pronger Jr, or Dany Heatley II, Dillion Simpson might be a little nervous about stepping into the Edmonton Oilers organization...

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  15. Kuzma: Alex Burrows Sees the Writing on the Wall: It Says 'Vrbata'

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  16. Iginla Optimistic He'll Finally Win Cup with Avs

    Jarome Iginla knows he's running out of time to win the Stanley Cup. It was what motivated Iginla to push the Calgary Flames to trade him to Pittsburgh and when that didn't work ...

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  17. Report: Markstrom Wants Canucks to Trade Him

    The Vancouver Canucks wanted to start the 2014-15 campaign led by “a goalie with experience” rather than the young duo of Eddie Lack and Jacob Markstrom...

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  18. New York Rangers' Biggest Takeaways from the Start of 2014 Free Agency

    The New York Rangers were active in 2014 free agency, acquiring new players while losing some old standbys. Now that the frenzy is over, and most of the top free agents have signed, it's time to take a step back...

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  19. Ranking the Top Players to Follow in the Boston Bruins' 2014 Development Camp

    Two goaltenders, eight blueliners and 13 forwards comprise the Boston Bruins ’ 2014 development camp roster, as the club’s website announced last Thursday...

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  20. Philadelphia Flyers' Biggest Takeaways from the Start of 2014 Free Agency

    The Philadelphia Flyers opened up the 2014 free-agency season with whatever the opposite of a bang is, and fans should be happy about that...

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  21. Trotz Helped Sway Free Agents to Choose Capitals

    Barry Trotz's first game as Washington's bench boss in still months away, but he's already having an impact on what the Capitals look like...

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  22. How Much Will It Cost New York Rangers to Re-Sign Remaining Free Agents?

    The New York Rangers have not been the most active team of free agency, but business will be picking up shortly...

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  23. Jokinen 'Wanted to Start Playing Tomorrow' After Talk with Laviolette

    When the Nashville Predators signed Olli Jokinen to a one-year contract, it gave the Preds an offensive player up the middle the team was sorely lacking.....

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  24. Ken Hitchcock Says It's Not All About Paul Stastny for Blues

    Ken Hitchcock of the St. Louis Blues saw the Los Angeles Kings emerge from the insanely competitive Western Conference and capture their second Stanley Cup in three seasons, while the Blues are still looking for their first in franchise history...

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  25. Detroit Red Wings' Decision to Trade for a Defenseman Should Not Be Made Quickly

    The Detroit Red Wings are entering the long end of summer still nursing the sting that came with losing out on every free-agent target they sought to acquire on July 1...

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