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  • Isles' Josh Ho-Sang a changed man after 2015 camp dismissal

    Josh Ho-Sang didn’t last long during New York Islanders training camp last September. On Day 1, the second of their two 2014 first-round selections was late, prompting GM Garth Snow to send him home. Despite his very public exit from camp, there was no sit-down with Snow during the year to discuss…

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  • Cancel that Eric Staal reunion with Carolina Hurricanes

      (Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images)

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  • Taylor Hall bitterly leaves what he was building with Oilers

    APRIL 6: Oilers forward Taylor Hall is introduced during the closing ceremonies at Rexall Place. “I voiced my disappointment with what happened,” said Hall, when asked about his conversation with Chiarelli.

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  • Fedor Tyutin bought out by Columbus Blue Jackets

    The Columbus Blue Jackets have bought out the final two years of the contract for long-time defenseman Fedor Tyutin. The decision to buy out Tyutin will save Columbus $3,291,667 million against the salary cap this season and $2,541,667 against the salary cap for the following season according to…

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  • Puck Soup Podcast: Keith Olbermann and breaking down Subban, Hall, Stamkos

    PUCK SOUP is the new hockey podcast on the Nerdist network for Puck Daddy editor Greg Wyshynski and Dave Lozo of Vice Sports, Uproxx and The Comeback. This is a hockey podcast, in the sense that the talk about hockey, both on the ice and about fan culture. That’s the “puck.” This is also a podcast…

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  • Predators steal P.K. Subban from Canadiens (Trending Topics)

    Let’s suppose for a second that Shea Weber is a better defenseman than PK Subban.

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  • Steven Stamkos staying with Lightning, sweepstakes over

    The Steven Stamkos sweepstakes is over before it began. Bob McKenzie of TSN reports that the Tampa Bay Lightning star will remain a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning. According to McKenzie, Stamkos has agreed to an eight-year deal with an average annual value of $8.5 million.

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  • Wild re-sign LW Jason Zucker for 2 years, $4 million

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- The Minnesota Wild have re-signed left wing Jason Zucker to a two-year, $4 million contract.

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  • Report: Stamkos opts to re-sign with Lightning

    In one of the craziest days in NHL history, the Tampa Bay Lightning have found a way to retain their captain.

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  • Wednesday's Sports in Brief

    One of Brazil's top security officials says the political turmoil that has brought repeated changes to key government positions will not affect security at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Andrei Rodrigues, responsible for overseeing Brazil's security at special events, said there will be no impact on…

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  • Blue Jackets sign Seth Jones to $32.4 million, 6-year deal

    The Columbus Blue Jackets took care of one of their biggest offseason priorities by signing defenseman Seth Jones to a $32.4 million, six-year contract. Jones, a pending restricted free agent, will count $5.4 million against the salary cap through the 2020-21 NHL season. Jones was the fourth…

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  • Steven Stamkos decides to re-sign with Lightning

    Steven Stamkos insisted all along that he wanted to stay put in Tampa Bay to win the Stanley Cup. The two-time Maurice Richard Trophy winner as the NHL's leading goal scorer gave himself that opportunity Wednesday, re-signing with the Lightning for eight years and foregoing a chance to test free…

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  • NHL free agent pool is deep even without Stamkos

    The big fish is gone, so now teams will circle around the other targets when NHL free agency opens Friday. ''There's some high-end guys this year and it'll be interesting to see what they get paid,'' Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan said. If Stamkos' $8.5 million cap hit…

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  • AP Source: NHL forwards Nystrom, Raymond placed on waivers

    A person with direct knowledge of the moves tells The Associated Press that Nashville Predators forward Eric Nystrom and Calgary Flames forward Mason Raymond have been placed on waivers in order for their teams to buy out the remaining year of their contracts. Nystrom, a nine-year NHL veteran, had…

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    Steven Stamkos sweepstakes

    A quick look at the teams expected to chase this year's top free agent.

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  • Canadiens send P.K. Subban to Predators for Shea Weber in blockbuster trade

    The Montreal Canadiens and Nashville Predators have completed a blockbuster trade of superstar defensemen. The Habs have dealt P.K . The Canadiens now have $9,805,359 of salary cap space according to General Fanager after they took on Weber’s $7,857,142 cap hit.

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  • Canucks fined $50,000 for GM's comments about Stamkos, Subban

    The Vancouver Canucks will be cutting a $50,000 check to the National Hockey League.

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