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  • Pass or Fail: Pittsburgh Penguins rock the gold in new third jersey

    PHONE: “Seriously Mario: $104 million for Sidney and $76 million for Geno … how are we going to afford this? The Pittsburgh Penguins revealed their new third jerseys for the 2014-15 season, and they’re glorious throwbacks to the 1980s, when Mario was piling up points while carrying Rob Brown on his…

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  • Claude Giroux out 2 weeks; Philly fans’ sigh of relief at hurricane force

    Claude Giroux left the Philadelphia Flyers’ first day of training camp with a lower body injury, just 15 minutes into his practice session.  Boy, if it’s not his lower body, it’s someone else’s lower body causing Giroux problems this year, right? The Flyers won’t have Giroux for a key preseason…

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  • Stop calling Ryan Johansen greedy (Trending Topics)

    Revealing each of the three substantial contract offers made to Ryan Johansen this summer (two years at $3 million per, six years at $5.33 million per, and eight years at $5.75 million per) and calling his continuing to not-sign with the team “extortion” can be — and in some cases, was — seen in…

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  • Grieving Suter glad to be back on ice with Wild

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- Training camp for Ryan Suter will be more than a tuneup for the season. Practicing with the Minnesota Wild will bring some respite, too. Suter's father, a Wild scout and former U.S. Olympic team member, died Sept. 9 of a heart

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  • Teemu Selanne demolishes Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau in book

    Teemu Selanne has a book coming out in Finland. One target of that pride: Anaheim Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau, whom Selanne blasts as an ill-prepared oaf who lacks the respect of his players and, basically, was the reason Selanne both considered leaving the Ducks and eventually retiring after last…

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  • Sharks open with new vibe after playoff collapse

    A tumultuous offseason that featured a rehash of a historic playoff collapse, talk of rebuilding and questions about the leadership on and off the ice has mercifully come to an end for the San Jose Sharks. The Sharks returned to practice Friday for the opening of training camp, looking to put that…

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  • Wild re-sign Darcy Kuemper to two-year deal, suspend Josh Harding

    Darcy Kuemper tried to play the KHL card in his RFA negotiations with the Minnesota Wild, but all he needed was an unfortunate incident to open the door for his return.  On Wednesday, the Wild announced that goaltender Josh Harding would be out "indefinitely" (read: months) with a fractured foot…

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    NHL Stars Reveal Their #1 and #2 Overall Fantasy Picks

    We ask the world's best hockey players who they'd take #1 and #2 overall in Fantasy Hockey. The NHL on YouTube.

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  • Avs look to build off momentum in Roy's 2nd year

    Avs look to build off momentum in Roy's 2nd year DENVER (AP) -- Jarome Iginla took a few wrong turns and got lost heading into the office for his first day of work. This is a team that surprised the NHL last season by tying a franchise record with 52 wins in coach Patrick Roy's first season.

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  • What’s Jaden Schwartz waiting to hear from Blues?

    One of my favorite moments when we interviewed NHL No. 1 draft pick Aaron Ekblad on “Marek Vs. Wyshynski” was when he admitted that CapGeek.com was the hockey site he frequented the most. Cap Geek tells us that the St. Louis Blues have $2.783 million in cap space, with 23 players currently under…

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  • Hiller talks Boudreau; NHL resolutions; Peverley cleared to work out (Puck Headlines)

    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • After Teemu Selanne’s book comments were released on Thursday, Flames goalie Jonas Hiller piled on Bruce Boudreau.

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  • Bruins eyeing redemption on 1st day of camp

    The Boston Bruins conducted their first on-ice training camp practices for the new season on Friday, and they're already thinking about redemption. The Bruins want to atone for the way last season ended. ''I think it was a tough year last year and (I have) a lot to prove this year,'' left winger…

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  • Reigning NHL MVP Sidney Crosby cleared to practice

    Looks as if Sidney Crosby is a pretty quick healer. The Pittsburgh Penguins star and reigning NHL MVP practiced Friday, a day after the team announced he would be held out of the early portion of training camp as a precaution for an unspecified minor injury. Crosby didn't appear hurt while taking…

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    Bishop's first pitch at Rays game

    Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop throws out the first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays game.

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  • IIHF grants Korean hockey teams automatic entry into 2018 Olympics

    When PyeongChang, South Korea hosts the 2018 Winter Olympics, their men's and women's hockey team will be able to ice teams in their respective hockey tournaments after the IIHF granted the country automatic entries. Last April, the IIHF expressed to the Korea Ice Hockey Association their desire to…

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  • Gallant's era with Panthers gets underway

    Gallant's era with Panthers gets underway CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) -- Gerard Gallant never had a coach that he didn't enjoy playing for, and he wants the Florida Panthers to feel that way about him. The Gallant era with the Panthers officially opened Friday with the start of training camp, his…

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  • Goaltending Battles

    When it comes to depth chart battles, the most interesting ones tend to revolve around goaltending.  They aren’t the only ones that matter by any stretch of the imagination, but they’re easily defined because while you could have a lot of different line combinations, you can only have one starting…

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  • Blackhawks open training camp at Notre Dame

    The Chicago Blackhawks want to get back to the Stanley Cup final. The Game 7 Western Conference finals loss in overtime to the eventual Cup champion Los Angeles Kings still weighs on their minds. ''It's motivation knowing our potential and how close we came,'' Chicago captain Jonathan Toews said…

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