1. Bruins Sign 'Good Competitor' Goalie Svedberg

    The Boston Bruins are going a different direction when it comes to a back-up goalie. The club announced it signed Niklas Svedberg to a one-year, one-way contract worth a cap hit of $600,000...

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  2. Canadiens' Re-Signing of Veteran Andrei Markov Shows They're Going for It

    I suppose it's not too difficult to justify today's decision by Montreal GM Marc Bergevin to re-sign Andrei Markov to a three-year, $17.25 million extension...

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  3. Jarome Iginla Contract Looms over Boston Bruins Offseason Plans

    After his team was ousted from the Stanley Cup Playoffs by the Montreal Canadiens in the Eastern Conference Second Round, Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli wasn't panicky...

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  4. Bruins Sign Niklas Svedberg to a One-Year, One-Way Contract

    BOSTON, MA – Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, June 23, that the club has signed goaltender Niklas Svedberg to a one-year, one way contract worth a cap figure of $600,000...

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  5. Jonathan Huberdeau Happy with Florida Panthers' Hiring of Gerard Gallant

    Jonathan Huberdeau blossomed into a top NHL  prospect when he played under coach Gerard Gallant with the Saint John Sea Dogs of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, so it figured he would welcome to chance to play for him again...

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  6. Locked in

    The guessing game is over. Andrei Markov will be happily donning the bleu-blanc-rouge for the next three years...

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  7. Does Dougie Hamilton Represent a Turnaround Among Bruins 1st-Round Draft Picks?

    This Tuesday will mark three full years since defenseman Dougie Hamilton became a member of the Boston Bruins organization. The ninth overall draft choice from 2011 has spent roughly half of those three years in the NHL ...

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  8. Callahan, Lightning Contract Talks in 'Critical Stage'

    Talks between Ryan Callahan and the Tampa Bay Lightning are getting a bit trickier as time ticks away towards July 1...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 470 reads 0 comments

  9. Gerard Gallant Believes Florida Panthers Quickly Can Turn Around Fortunes

    In his two seasons as an assistant coach with the Montreal Canadiens , Gerard Gallant saw the team go from having the third pick in the 2012 NHL  Draft to reaching the 2014 Eastern Conference Final...

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  10. Markov Signs Three-Year, $17.25 Million Deal with Montreal

    One of the top offensive defensemen has been scratched off the list of potential unrestricted free agents. The Montreal Canadiens have announced that they inked Andrei Markov to a three-year contract...

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  11. Lightning's Ben Bishop ready for next season

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  12. Karlsson Could Follow Spezza as Captain

    Nine months ago the Senators decided Erik Karlsson was not yet ready to wear a letter on his sweater full time...

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  13. Breaking Down Experts' Picks for Tampa Bay Lightning's 2014 Draft

    Last season, no team utilized recent NHL drafts like the Tampa Bay Lightning . The Bolts played over a dozen rookies last year without even bringing up top-rated prospect Jonathan Drouin...

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  14. Will The Salary Cap Force The Boston Bruins To Part With Johnny Boychuk?

    Could Johnny Boychuk join fellow Edmonton product and former Boston Bruins defensive colleague Andrew Ference on their hometown Oilers ? Maybe, but the ...

    Al Daniel Written by Al Daniel about 1 month ago 5,816 reads 11 comments

  15. 5 Free Agents Who Should Be on Detroit Red Wings' Wish List

    The Detroit Red Wings are gearing up for NHL free agency, which begins July 1. Despite a weaker crop of unrestricted free-agent defenseman, there are still quite a number of players who should be on the team's wish list...

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  16. Basement Is No Bargain for Sabres

    General manager used to be a job title. Now it's big business. ¶ The most alluring part of video games for many people is “Be a GM” mode...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 1 month ago 447 reads 0 comments

  17. Detroit Red Wings Coaching Staff Needs to Start Looking Familiar

    When it comes to assessing an NHL team’s chances for lasting success, one will have to get pretty deep into the analysis before coming to a discussion about a team’s assistant coaches—if there’s a discussion at all...

    Matt Hutter Written by Matt Hutter about 1 month ago 2,943 reads 26 comments

  18. Oilers Should Trade 3rd Overall for Jake Gardiner and Leafs' 8th Overall

    This just in, a speculative argument from Matt Larkin, an associate editor of The Hockey News, the notion that the Edmonton Oilers should trade the third overall pick in the NHL ...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 1 month ago 2,855 reads 6 comments

  19. Lightning Won't Qualify Lindback, Yet He Could Still Return

    The Tampa Bay Lightning will opt against handing Anders Lindback a qualifying offer … but that doesn't mean that he won't be back with the Bolts in 2014-15, the Tampa Bay Tribune reports...

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  20. Habs Praise Gallant as He Departs for Panthers

    Sometimes it's difficult to tell the difference between run-of-the-mill press releases and legitimate praise, but from the sound of things, the Montreal Canadiens really will miss ...

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  21. Huberdeau 'Excited' to Be Reunited with Junior Coach Gallant

    The Florida Panthers hiring of Gerard Gallant as head coach is cause for a reunion with young star Jonathan Huberdeau.....

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  22. Gerard Gallant Named Florida Panthers Head Coach: Latest Details, Analysis

    The Florida Panthers announced they have hired Gerard Gallant to become their new head coach. He replaces Peter Horachek, who served in an interim capacity following the dismissal of Kevin Dineen early last season...

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  23. Jon Cooper Starstruck by Being Adams Finalist

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  24. Top 5 Best First-Round Fits for Montreal Canadiens at 2014 NHL Entry Draft

    Interestingly enough, this will mark the first time the Montreal Canadiens are choosing as late as 26th in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft...

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  25. Brad Richards' Agent Says He'd Consider a Return to Tampa Bay

    Brad Richards might feel like he's floundering without a home after being bought out by the New York Rangers on Friday...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 1 month ago 121 reads 0 comments