• It’s Pittsburgh Penguins day at PHT
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    It’s Pittsburgh Penguins day at PHT

    The Pittsburgh Penguins became the first team since the 1997-98 and 1998-99 Detroit Red Wings to repeat as Stanley Cup champions last season. After a summer of painful (if necessary) losses, the Penguins now aim to become the first NHL team to “three-peat” since the New York Islanders rattled off a dizzying four consecutive championships from 1980-83. Just yesterday, Matt Cullen became the latest omission from the Penguins’ mix, but he was far from the only noteworthy loss.

  • Sabres sign Zemgus Girgensons: two years, $3.2M
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    Sabres sign Zemgus Girgensons: two years, $3.2M

    The Buffalo Sabres basically wrapped up their mandatory summer moves by signing RFA Zemgus Girgensons to a two-year, $3.2 million contract on Thursday. That translates to a cap hit of $1.6M per year; the team confirmed those terms. The 23-year-old

  • Morning Skate: Pastrnak stalemate 'could go into training camp'
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    Morning Skate: Pastrnak stalemate 'could go into training camp'

    Here are all the links from around the hockey world, and what I’m reading while really interested to see what Don Sweeney is going to do now. *John Tavares is in no rush whatsoever to re-sign with the New York Islanders and that may not be a great sign for them if they don’t really clean up a few things including their rink situation. *The NHL doesn’t have an NCAA loophole problem, according to the Hockey News. I don’t have a big issue with it right now either, but it could really become a problem if every single drafted college player begins following this path to free agency. *Las Vegas resident Deryk Engelland is acting as the Golden Knights welcome wagon for all the new players coming into Sin City for the expansion franchise.