Pirates Have Chance To Rewrite History With Aramis Ramirez

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For each and every Pittsburgh Pirates fan, they all had a defining moment when it comes to the infamous franchise record 20 straight losing seasons. Throughout the stretch there was no shortage of options to choose from. Personally, rock-bottom was the trading of Jason Kendall to the Oakland Atheltics. In a purely money saving move, […] READ MORE


Nick Shore: Quiet, All-Around Game Will Boast Kings’ Depth

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As far as their core group of players go, the Los Angeles Kings have amongst the best in the entire NHL, but it will be the development and play of one of their role players that could decide whether or not they find themselves back in the playoffs or not and take a shot at […] READ MORE


Craig Smith’s New Contract Already A Bargain

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After having an arbitration hearing on Monday, the Nashville Predators and Craig Smith have come to an agreement on a new contract as opposed to waiting to hear the ruling. The deal is worth five years, and will play him a total of $21.25 million – an average annual value of $4.25 million. The former […] READ MORE


Beau Bennett: One Year To Prove Stance With Pens

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It’s a very overused sports saying, ‘he’d be good if he didn’t get hurt as often’, and for Beau Bennett, he is yet another victim of said saying. The former first round pick in 2010 by the Pittsburgh Penguins, the California born Bennett has yet to live up to the expectations put upon him by his […] READ MORE


Capitals Sign A Pair Of Depth Forward Options

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With some questions still surrounding their fourth line, the Washington Capitals added an interesting option back to the mix by signing Chris Brown to a two-year, two-way contract. He was one of the team’s few remaining restricted free agents, behind the more noticeable Braden Holtby and Marcus Johansson. Capitals Sign Chris Brown, Zach Sill As […] READ MORE


Capitals Post Free Agency Roster Breakdown: Defense

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After signing Matt Niskanen and Brooks Orpik to big contracts on the first day of free agency last year, the Washington Capitals locked up their top two pairs on defense for the immediate future. Add in veteran Mike Green, the Capitals entered last season with one of the deepest defensive groupings in the Eastern Conference. […] READ MORE


Washington Capitals Post Free Agent Frenzy Forward Breakdown

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After making a big trade, and notable signing the first two days of free agency, the Washington Capitals find themselves pretty much set when it comes to their NHL roster. But still some questions arise when you breakdown the makeup of the roster. Here is a breakdown of the current forwards and how the depth […] READ MORE


New Capitals Bring Possession, Playmaking Ability To Table

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The Washington Capitals decided to let cooler heads prevail, and wait out the initial free agent frenzy. That night they decided to finally make a splash and signed veteran free agent Justin Williams to an extremely team friendly contract. Not willing to stop there, Brian MacLellan traded for St. Louis Blues winger T.J. Oshie in […] READ MORE


For The Blackhawks, Trading Saad Was Ultimately Best Move

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If the playoffs are any indication, Brandon Saad is going to be a heck of a player. At 22 years old, you can see the star potential each and every time he stepped onto the ice. The Columbus Blue Jackets, who acquired the Pittsburgh born Saad, have added another young piece to an already impressive […] READ MORE


Capitals Solidify Their Depth, RE-Sign Versatile Jay Beagle

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The Washington Capitals signed forward Jay Beagle to a three year contract on Monday, worth $5.75 million. A pending free agent, the 29 year old Beagle scored ten goals, ten assists – both career highs – while playing in 62 games. Capitals Solidify Their Depth, Sign Versatile Jay Beagle Beagle proved to be maybe the […] READ MORE