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The Minnesota Wild fired coach Bruce Boudreau on Friday with the goal of correcting some inconsistencies and making a late-season push for a playoff spot. First-year general manager Bill Guerin said he felt the timing was right to move on from Boudreau and replace him with interim coach Dean Evason despite the Wild having won
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5:30 PM ET Associated Press Former Columbus Blue Jackets general manager Scott Howson will be the American Hockey League’s next president and CEO. The AHL’s board of governors Friday unanimously elected Howson as Dave Andrews’ successor. Andrews served in that role for the past 26 years. Howson, who has a law degree from Canada’s York
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League’s Board of Governors has unanimously elected Scott Howson as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, 2020. Howson will become the tenth President since the league’s formation in 1936 and will succeed the retiring David Andrews, who will continue as Chairman of the Board of Governors after
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MOSCOW—Former Pittsburgh Penguins forward Alexei Morozov was appointed president of the Kontinental Hockey League on Friday. The Russia-based league said Morozov was the unanimous choice of its board. His predecessor, Dmitry Chernyshenko, stepped down after being appointed a deputy prime minister in the Russian government last month. Chernyshenko had been in charge since 2014 and
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The Hartford Whalers/Carolina Hurricanes franchise has had its fair share of iconic moments over its 40-year history. They’ve gone through plenty of highs and lows – a relocation, a Stanley Cup victory, and a few too many elongated stretches of mediocrity. Related: The WHA – A Look Back at the Upstart League The NHL adopted
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The luckiest man in Winnipeg said goodbye to his wife early on the morning of Dec. 10 and packed himself into a cab for the airport. He wanted to be there early, getting into line at 4:15 a.m. for customs that would open half an hour later. It was a business trip, all very standard,
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CENTRE AIR CREEBEC, VAL-D’OR — Shawn Boudrias had an assist leading the Cape Breton Eagles to a 4-2 victory over the Val-d’Or Foreurs in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Jonathan Lemieux made 38 saves and Jérémy Michel had two points for Val-d’Or. The Eagles led 2-1 at the end of the first period after
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The New York Rangers entered Sunday’s contest versus the Los Angeles Kings feeling a little down in the dumps. Just two days earlier, they squared off against the Buffalo Sabres and had pretty high expectations to win that game and creep up the standings. Unfortunately, they underestimated their opponents and the Sabres ended up defeating
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