1. Ehlers Trying to Pack on the Pounds in Hopes of Making Jets Roster

    Since he was chosen ninth overall by the Winnipeg Jets in 2014, Nikolaj Ehlers has talked about the importance of filling out his frame...

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  2. Predators Sign Cody Bass, Add Depth at Forward

    Nashville, Tenn. (July 4, 2015) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced Saturday that the club has signed free-agent forward ...

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  3. Blues Will Be Better off Without Oshie

    I have no problem with the Blues ' decision to trade forward T.J. Oshie to Washington for power forward Troy Brouwer plus a goaltending prospect and a third-round draft pick...

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  4. Jaskin Agrees to One-Year Deal

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  5. Jonathan Toews Gets Ultimate Honor of Having Beer Named After Him

    He has three Stanley Cups, two Olympic gold medals, one Conn Smythe Trophy, a lake named after him and, of course, one Mark Messier Leadership Award. But one achievement Jonathan Toews had yet to earn? Having a beer named after him...

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  6. Desjardins Re-Signs in Chicago on 2-Year Deal

    The Chicago Blackhawks announced today they have agreed to terms with forward Andrew Desjardins on a two-year contract, which runs through the end of the 2016-17 National Hockey League season...

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  7. Opilka Signs 3-Year Entry Level Deal

    St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has signed goaltender Luke Opilka to a three-year, entry-level contract...

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  8. Blues Agree to 2-Year Deal with Allen

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with goaltender Jake Allen...

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  9. Report: Desjardins Re-Signs in Chicago

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  10. Report: Desjardins Re-Signs in Chicago

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  11. Report: Blackhawks GM Would Like to Bring Back Oduya

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  12. Jets Re-Sign Assistant Coaching Staff

    The Winnipeg Jets are pleased to announce the club has re-signed assistant coaches Charlie Huddy and Pascal Vincent along with goaltending coach Wade Flaherty to three year contracts...

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  13. Jets Sign Brendan Lemieux, Claude's Son, to ELC

    The Winnipeg Jets have locked in one of the young prospects acquired in the Evander Kane trade, inking Brendan Lemieux to a three-year, entry-level deal on Friday...

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  14. Comeau Brings Adaptable Style to Avalanche

    Blake Comeau, a chameleonic hockey player, played on all four lines and both wings for the Pittsburgh Penguins last season. His centers were Sidney Crosby , Evgeni Malkin, Brandon Sutter and Maxim Lapierre, among others...

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  15. Jets Sign Cormier, Fraser to Matching One-Year Deals

    The Winnipeg Jets have signed free agent forwards Patrice Cormier and Matt Fraser to matching one-year, two-way contracts worth $650,000, the club announced on Thursday...

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  16. Wild Re-Sign Carter to 1-Year Deal

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  17. Wild Signs Mikael Granlund for 2-Yrs/$6M

    The Wild has re-signed restricted free agent and No. 1 center Mikael Granlund to a two-year, $6 million "bridge deal" this morning. They beat the 11 a.m. free agency deadline that theoretically would have put him at risk for an offer sheet...

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  18. Oshie on Trade from St. Louis: 'Changes Had to Be Made'

    With back-to-back first round playoff exits and the St. Louis Blues retaining its coaching staff, T.J. Oshie expected changes to the roster...

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  19. Blues Sign D-Man Harrold to 1-Yr Deal

    The Blues have agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with Peter Harrold, who played 43 games with the Devils last season...

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  20. Cup Winners Toews, Kane Named to NHL 16 Cover

    Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane won the Stanley Cup and now the “ NHL 16″ cover. Read more at: http://nesn...

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  21. Blues Re-Sign Defenseman Bortuzzo

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  22. Preds Re-Sign Bourque: One Year,$866,250

    RFA forward Gabriel Bourque accepted his qualifying offer from Nashville on Thursday, locking him into a one-year deal that pays $866,250...

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  23. Report: Blackhawks Sign Defenseman Cameron Schilling

    The Blackhawks have signed defenseman Cameron Schilling to a two-year deal, TSN's Renaud Lavoie reported Thursday morning...

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  24. Blackhawks: Brandon Saad Deal Proves NHL Is Just a Business

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  25. Wild Takes Care of Its Free-Agent Business Quickly on Day One

    There was no #PariseWatch, #VanekWatch or anything close for the Wild on Wednesday, the first day of NHL free agency...

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