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Krug: No Contract Talks with Bruins

CHICAGO — Torey Krug says there have been no talks with the Boston Bruins on a new contract with one season left to unrestricted free agency.
Despite a breakout playoff performance that helped the Bruins get to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, Krug is ...

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Top 5 Blackhawks Prospects in Traverse City

Hockey season is just around the corner, my friends! I spent last weekend scouting AAA hockey games for the St. Cloud Blizzard of the NAHL and some of the top NHL prospects in the world will be heading to Michigan this weekend. The Detroit Red Wings will be hosting their annual prospects tournament in Traverse […]

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Lovisa Berndtsson: A Humble, Hard-Working Goalie

Djurgårdens IF goaltender Lovisa Berndtsson is one of the most humble athletes you could ever hope to meet. The SDHL champion will turn 31 years old on Dec. 9, 2019. Her sense of self-deprecation had her a little surprised when THW asked her for an interview. “I am so happy you want to do this […]

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Kings’ Kempe Gets 3-Year, $6-Million Contract

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Forward Adrian Kempe has agreed to a three-year, $6 million deal to stay with the Los Angeles Kings.
The Kings announced the deal Wednesday with Kempe, a restricted free agent who turns 23 next week.
Kempe had 12 goals and 16 assis...

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Whale, Whitecaps, Riveters Continue to Fill Out Rosters

The NWHL’s fifth season begins in precisely one month and one day and on September 4 a total of six players signed with three different teams. For the Minnesota Whitecaps, they strengthened their title defense with the addition of a (nother) former Golden Gopher and the re-signing of another member of the championship team.  The […]

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Avalanche Gear up Early for Season Debut

Erik Johnson led the informal practices at the rink.

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Penguins 2019-20 Top-10 Prospects

When a team has two of the best players in the world and makes the postseason for 13 consecutive seasons, they usually aren’t too concerned with the future of the franchise. That’s where the Pittsburgh Penguins currently sit. The Penguins have spent the last decade selling picks and prospects to bolster their roster for postseason […]

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Senators’ Nick Paul in ‘Make-or-Break’ Season

Nick Paul has been called up and sent down more than the big forward wishes to count.
He's hoping the time is right for him to finally stick in the NHL.
Paul has played 56 times for the Ottawa Senators since making hi...

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Bettman Heads the 2019 U.S. Hall of Fame Class

The U.S Hockey Hall of Fame will be making room for five more members as they announced their 2019 induction class on Wednesday afternoon. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, Tim Thomas, Brian Gionta, Krissy Wendell and Neal Henderson will be inducted during a ceremony in Washington D.C. on Dec. 12. Bettman has Left His Mark on […]

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Canucks Re-Sign Goldobin to 1-Year Deal

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks have re-signed right winger Nikolay Goldobin to a one-year contract.
The team announced the deal on Wednesday, saying the restricted free agent had agreed to a one-way deal worth US$900,000.
Goldobin put up s...

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TIME TO PUT THE SMASHDOWN

Prospects News & Rumors: Michigan, Gushchin & Gordin

Today’s Prospects News & Rumors has some good and bad news. Starting with the bad news first, one of the top programs in college hockey is shutting things down for two weeks. On the positive side, recent draft picks of both the Montreal Canadiens and San Jose Sharks had nice weekends. Michigan Pauses for Two […]

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