Carl Klingberg

#48LW,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 205
Born:
Birth Place: Gothenburg, Sweden
Draft: 2009 2nd round (34th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Revisiting the Patric Hornqvist-James Neal trade three years later
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    Revisiting the Patric Hornqvist-James Neal trade three years later

    When Jim Rutherford took over the Pittsburgh Penguins in the summer of 2014 he was inheriting a team that was coming off of one of its more disappointing postseason exits, having blown a 3-1 series lead to the New York Rangers in the second-round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. To begin re-tooling his roster Rutherford’s first major trade was to ship James Neal to the Nashville Predators in exchange for Patric Hornqvist and Nick Spaling. With the Penguins and Predators meeting in the Stanley Cup Final beginning on Monday, and with Hornqvist and Neal still playing prominent roles on their respective teams, we should take a quick look back at that trade to see how it has all shaped out.

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    AP Sources: Caps to host Leafs in outdoor game at Navy

    Two people with knowledge of the situation say the Washington Capitals and Toronto Maple Leafs will play an outdoor game at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, next season. The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Saturday because the NHL had not announced the event. The game is scheduled to be played March 3 at the 34,000-seat Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium that hosts Navy football games. It's the first NHL outdoor game to take place at a U.S. service academy. It's the third outdoor game for Washington and Toronto. The New York Rangers and Buffalo Sabres will play in the 2018 Winter Classic on Jan. 1 at Citi Field in New York. NHL Network revealed on air that

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    Which New York Rangers’ veterans are on the chopping block?

    Another Ranger who may be leaving New York is defenseman Marc Staal. Staal produced one of the worst years of his career in 2017, finishing with 10 points in the regular season and zero in the playoffs. In the Ottawa series, Staal gave up 35 scoring opportunities. This lackluster performance was mainly due to injuries, something Staal has dealt with his entire career. Like Girardi, Staal is worth too much money ($5.7 million) and is just not producing. Once a fan favorite, Staal may have seen his last days as a Blueshirt. The 2012 trade with the Columbus Blue Jackets to bring Rick Nash to New York brought along high expectations for the winger. Nash had a fantastic first year as a Blueshirt,