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Luke Fox of Sportsnet: There has been some speculation that the NHL could consider teams being allowed to use a compliance buyout heading into next season. The NHLPA could need to sign off on allowing compliance buyouts. A look at some potential compliance buyout candidates. Loui Eriksson – Vancouver Canucks – two years left on
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This article was originally written in March, 2015. Remember Rob Schremp? Schremp was once touted as one of the NHL’s most promising young players. He was a gifted playmaker and goal scorer who was well known for his magical hands. However, Schremp failed to translate his tremendous play in the junior ranks into a long
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With the outbreak of the Coronavirus, professional sports all over the wodl are canceling the remainder of their seasons, or postponing them to later dates. The NHL announced on Thursday that they will be pausing the season, and encouraged players and staff to follow self-quarantine protocols. Related: Bill Torrey – How ‘The Architect’ Constructed a
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In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news coming out regarding Jim Little’s firing in Ottawa, and the details aren’t pretty. The New York Islanders are struggling and if they miss the playoffs, questions about what they’ll do and who’ll they’ll target. Finally, it doesn’t sound like the New York Rangers will have a busy
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For the New York Islanders, celebrating women goes far beyond International Women’s Day. In fact, their MSG broadcast features three women in prominent roles, a first for a professional sports team. Shannon Hogan, the lead pre-game, intermission, and post-game host, is flanked by either AJ Mleczko or Jennifer Botterill. This crew has been together since
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More Russians to head to N.A. next season? Szymon Szemberg: The KHL will have a self-imposed salary cap for next season. There are some concerns that more Russians will decide to leave to play in North America. Rumor roundup on the Canadiens, Panthers, Devils, Islanders, Blue Jackets, Kings, and Penguins Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet: Montreal
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Elliotte Friedman: AHL trades can still be made, but those players are not eligible for the post-season. The Hurricanes could use some goaltending, the Maple Leafs defensemen, and Coyotes scoring. The Boston Bruins and Dallas Stars weren’t that interested in Joe Thornton. The San Jose Sharks plan to be back in contention next season. Will
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