Hurricanes, Senators, Red Wings Make Depth Signings

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The Carolina Hurricanes, Ottawa Senators, and Detroit Red Wings have all made minor, depth signings as free agency approaches. Hurricanes, Senators, Red Wings Make Depth Signings Carolina On Tuesday, the Hurricanes re-signed forward Patrick Brown and defenceman Jake Chelios. Brown, 25, was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Boston College in 2014 by […] READ MORE


Marc Methot Traded to the Dallas Stars

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Just five days after taking him in the NHL Expansion Draft, the Vegas Golden Knights have flipped Marc Methot to the Dallas Stars.  The Golden Knights get the Stars second round selection in the 2020 NHL Draft, and 18-year-old goaltender Dylan Ferguson in the deal. Scott Burnside was first with the news. Believe much discussed […] READ MORE


NHL Rumours: Dion Phaneuf, Alex Galchenyuk and more

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The NHL is entering its busiest part of the off-season. The NHL Draft has come and gone and the free agent frenzy is right around the corner. It keeps the rumour mill churning. The expansion draft has added a new layer to the normal NHL off-season craziness, with the Vegas Golden Knights wheeling and dealing. […] READ MORE



2017 NHL Entry Draft – Atlantic Division Team Needs

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Before the NHL Draft begins on Friday, 30 teams will first have to endure the Expansion Draft. They will each lose a player to the Vegas Golden Knights. Rather than focus on expansion, we look at Atlantic Division Team Needs in the NHL Draft. It’s no surprise the 2017 NHL Entry Draft is a little […] READ MORE



Derick Brassard to Undergo Surgery, Could Miss Start of Next Season

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The Ottawa Senators announced that forward Derick Brassard suffered a torn labrum in his right shoulder. He will be undergoing surgery to repair the injury. Ottawa general manager Pierre Dorion said that the injury was found while Brassard underwent tests by the Senators medical staff after the OTT-PIT series.  He could be out 4-5 months, […] READ MORE


Nicholle Anderson Anounces She is Cancer-Free

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Thursday was a bittersweet day for Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson. The Senators and Anderson were battling the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, a game which would ultimately result in a Penguins double overtime victory, and an end to the Sens remarkable season. However, the day was not all bad […] READ MORE