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The Ottawa Senators have signed college free agent Buddy Robinson to a three-year, entry-level deal.

He notched eight goals and eight assists in 38 games during his sophomore season with Lake Superior State University in 2012-13.
Mon, Mar 25, 2013 05:59:00 PM

The Dallas Stars and Jiri Hudler have agreed to terms on a one-year, $2 million contract.

The 32-year-old had a disappointing 2015-16 season with Calgary and Florida, but he's just one season removed from a 76-point season. This is a nice low-risk signing for Dallas, as Hudler gives them another top-nine forward. Hudler's fantasy stock could rise significantly if he gets an opportunity to play with Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin or Jason Spezza.
Aug 24 - 10:57 AM

The Colorado Avalanche will likely name a new head coach this week.

The Avalanche are looking for a new bench boss because Patrick Roy quit earlier this month. Some of the reported candidates are Lake Erie head coach Jared Bednar, Utica head coach Travis Green, Chicago assistant Kevin Dineen, Washington assistant Lane Lambers, Rangers associate coach Scott Arniel and San Jose assistant Bob Boughner. A decision could come as soon as Wednesday, according to beat writer Mike Chambers.
Aug 23 - 9:13 PM

The Ottawa Senators have re-signed Cody Ceci to a two-year, $5.6 million contract.

The deal comes with an annual average value of $2.8 million. Ceci will make $2.25 million in the first year and $3.35 million in the second year. The 22-year-old scored 10 goals and 26 points in 75 games last season. After the NHL season, Ceci joined Team Canada at the World Hockey Championship where he scored a goal, six points and a plus-8 rating in 10 games.
Aug 23 - 2:50 PM

The Detroit Red Wings will move Dylan Larkin to center this season.

Larkin has been a centerman throughout his career, but the Wings wanted to ease the 19-year-old into the NHL by moving him to the wing in his first season. But that's all about to change. "That's our plan going into camp," said Red Wings GM Ken Holland. "He's obviously been a center his entire life. We drafted him as a center, but when you have guys like Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk down the middle, guys who are so good 200 feet, it's tougher. Dylan played with Zetterberg last season and Zetterberg took a lot of the responsibility off of Dylan to free him up to play the game. Long-term, the plan is that Dylan is going to be a center for us." The departure of Pavel Datsyuk almost forced Detroit to make this move. Larkin had 23 goals and 45 points in 80 games during his rookie season. He should improve those numbers in year two.
Source: NHL.com
Aug 23 - 11:18 AM

The Toronto Maple Leafs have named Mark Hunter as their assistant General Manager.

The Maple Leafs now have two assistant GMs in Hunter and Kyle Dubas. Hunter had been serving as Toronto's director of player personnel. "Mark's new title is essentially a formality as these are duties he’s already been performing," said Maple Leafs General Manager Lou Lamoriello. "Brendan and I have been discussing this change of title since last season – as it’s a more appropriate recognition of Mark's role with the organization since joining the Maple Leafs. There are no changes to Mark or Kyle’s duties, or to that of Brandon Pridham, Assistant to the General Manager." Hunter will oversee the pro scouting, amateur scouting and player evaluation departments.
Aug 22 - 12:00 PM

Mikko Koivu will serve as captain for Team Finland at the World Cup of Hockey.

The 33-year-old has represented Finland at a number of international competitions. He scored four goals and 10 points in 10 games at last spring's World Championship. Koivu also played for Finland at the 2006 and 2010 Winter Olympics. The veteran center has scored 556 points in 763 career NHL games.
Aug 22 - 9:28 AM

The New York Rangers signed Jimmy Vesey to a two-year, entry-level contract.

He will earn a base salary of $925,000 with $1.925 million in possible bonuses. Vesey was originally drafted by the Predators before his rights were traded to the Buffalo Sabres this off-season. The 23-year-old hit the free agent market earlier this week. He was the most sought after college free agent of the off-season. The Rangers reportedly beat out The Blackhawks, Penguins, Devils, Islanders, Maple Leafs, Sabres and Bruins for Vesey's services. Vesey scored 24 goals and 46 points in 33 games with Harvard University last season. There's a very good chance he'll be with the Rangers once the regular season starts.
Aug 19 - 6:06 PM

The Calgary Flames have re-signed Sean Monahan to a seven-year contract extension.

The deal is reportedly worth $44.625 million ($6.375 million AAV). Monahan also gets a Partial No Trade Clause in the final three years of the contract. It took some time to get done, but the Flames have finally locked up their young star long-term. The 21-year-old has scored at least 22 goals in each of his first three NHL seasons. He scored a career-high 63 points in 2015-16. As impressive as Monahan's been so far, there's still a good chance that he'll continue improving his overall numbers. The Flames will now shift their focus to signing RFA Johnny Gaudreau.
Aug 19 - 11:49 AM

Updating a previous item, the Ottawa Senators signed Logan Brown to an entry-level contract.

The Senators made the signing official on Friday morning. The 18-year-old will attend his first pro training camp next month. Brown was Ottawa's first round pick, 11th overall, in last June's entry draft. He scored 21 goals and 74 points in 59 games with the Windsor Spitfires last season. Brown will likely spend at least one more year in junior.
Aug 19 - 11:42 AM

According to Arthur Staple of Newsday, The New York Rangers and Chicago Blackhawks are the finalists for Jimmy Vesey.

Vesey is expected to make a final decision today or tomorrow, but it appears as though the Islanders, Penguins, Maple Leafs, Devils, Sabres and Bruins are all out of the mix. Of course, things can change in the next few hours. The 23-year-old scored 24 goals and 46 points in 33 games with Harvard University last season.
Aug 19 - 10:39 AM

The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-signed Matt Cullen to a one-year, $1 million deal.

Cullen will be returning for his 20th NHL season. The 39-year-old was part of Pittsburgh's Stanley Cup championship team last season. The veteran scored 16 goals and 16 assists in 82 games last season, and added six points in 24 playoff games. Cullen also won an impressive 55.7 percent of his draws and led the team in shorthanded points with six.
Aug 17 - 5:20 PM




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