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Haydn Fleury would like to think he'll be an exception, that he can play his way onto the Carolina Hurricanes' roster this year and make the jump from junior hockey to the NHL.
Benoit Pouliot had 10 points for the Rangers in their run to the Stanley Cup final, but there was no money in the cupboard to resign him.
His agent, Tim Hodgson, released a statement Wednesday saying that Sarich was airlifted to the hospital after being hit by a motor vehicle in Invermere, British Columbia.
Benoit spent last season with the Colorado Avalanche, and had a career-best 28 points in 79 games.
The New York Rangers are working on adding balance and depth to their lineup lost in free agency.
The Colorado Avalanche have avoided arbitration with Ryan O'Reilly by signing the versatile forward to a two-year deal.
According to the Denver Post, O'Reilly will make $5.8 million this season and $6.2 million in year two of the deal.
Can Brett Connolly find a spot on the Tampa Bay Lightning roster come the fall? - Jeff Griffith-USA TODAY Sports Limited opportunity breeds tighter competition.
The Komets have aligned with the NHL's Colorado Avalanche and their American Hockey League team, the Lake Erie Monsters.
The New York Rangers are avoiding salary arbitration with forward Mats Zuccarello, agreeing to terms with the restricted free agent on a one-year, $3.5 million contract.
The Toronto Maple Leafs signed forward David Booth to a one-year contract, general manager David Nonis announced on Tuesday.
He had six goals, 15 assists and 22 penalty minutes in 48 games last season, when he won a bronze medal playing for Finland in the Sochi Olympics.
Toronto Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan made his first major shake-up since being hired, firing assistant general managers Claude Loiselle and Dave Poulin and hiring former Sault Ste.
Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane are locked into long-term contracts with the Chicago Blackhawks, so it may be fitting that they continued their long-term relationship as teammates by dancing with each other.
With their offseason trades, former Senators forward Jason Spezza, along with linemate Ales Hemsky, could help make the Stars a dark horse in the stacked NHL West.
2, so they weren't about to let another one slip away. While Barkov had an excellent, but injury-shortened rookie season, the Panthers selected 18-year-old Aaron Ekblad, 6-foot-4, 213-pound captain of the Barrie Colts , last month with their No.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 05:58 am
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