Month: September 2019

9:24 AM ET The Boston Bruins have two of their young, key blueliners under contract for a couple of years, signing restricted free agent Brandon Carlo to a two-year deal Tuesday. The team announced that the contract carries an annual average value of $2.85 million. The Bruins signed defenseman Charlie McAvoy to a three-year, $14.7
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VANCOUVER—The Vancouver Canucks have inked restricted free agent Brock Boeser to a three-year contract. The team announced the 22-year-old right-winger’s new deal on Monday, saying it carries an average annual value of $5.875 million U.S. Boeser missed training camp in Victoria over the weekend as negotiations continued. The native of Burnsville, Minn., was the club’s
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In today’s NHL rumor rundown there is news on a few free agents now that Mitch Marner is signed, including Matthew Tkachuk and the Calgary Flames, and Brayden Point and the Tampa Bay Lightning. Plus, Kevin Fiala is not at Minnesota’s training camp, while two Anaheim Ducks will miss the entire season. Finally, where will
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The Vancouver Canucks and Brock Boeser have come to terms on a three-year contract worth $17.625 million. The deal carries an annual cap hit of $5.875 million. “We’re very pleased to have Brock re-sign,” said general manager Jim Benning. “He’s a talented player, a key contributor to our offence and an important part of our
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10:43 PM ET The Vancouver Canucks and restricted free agent forward Brock Boeser have agreed to a three-year contract extension, the team announced Monday. The deal holds an average annual value of $5.875 million. “We’re very pleased to have Brock re-sign,” Vancouver general manager Jim Benning said. “He’s a talented player, a key contributor to
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BUFFALO – Only about 10 Sabres forwards have roster spots locked up, meaning in a training camp filled with competition, the best battles might be taking place up front. Among the players fighting for the four or so remaining slots are journeymen (Jean-Sebastien Dea, for example), NHL veterans (Vladimir Sobotka) and prized prospects (Victor Olofsson).
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