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Ryan Callahan has issued a statement in response for former teammate Sean Avery's calls to fire Rangers coach John Tortorella.

"Sean Avery's comments solely represent his own thoughts and opinions," Callahan said. "He did not speak for us as a team when he was here and certainly does not now." Avery's demands that they "fire this clown" is a story primarily because the Rangers have gone from being serious Stanley Cup contenders to a team that might not even be able to make the playoffs. The best way for the Rangers to change the story would be with a win, although at this point even just scoring a goal would be a step up for them.
Source: NY Post
Mon, Apr 1, 2013 09:51:00 AM

Tomas Hertl has signed a two-year contract with San Jose worth $6 million.

He accounted for 21 goals and 46 points in 81 games during the regular season. Hertl also added 11 points in 20 playoff matches.
Jun 29 - 2:21 PM

Seth Jones has inked a six-year contract with Columbus worth $32.4 million.

The 21-year-old defenseman's new deal has an annual average value of $5.4 million. Jones registered 20 points in 41 games with the Blue Jackets after he was acquired from Nashville in the Ryan Johansen trade.
Jun 29 - 10:34 AM

The Boston Bruins are reportedly preparing an offer sheet for Jacob Trouba.

It's no secret that the Bruins need to get better and younger on defense and this would be an expensive way of doing that. According to Joe Haggerty, the deal would be worth a minimum of $47 million dollars. If the Jets refuse to match that, it would net them four consecutive first round picks from the Bruins. Trouba had six goals and 21 points in 81 games last season. The 22-year-old averaged 22:03 of ice time in 2015-16.
Jun 29 - 12:07 AM

Milan Lucic will reportedly sign with the Edmonton Oilers on July 1, according to sources.

One source said it was 100 percent and another said it was 95 percent that Lucic ends up in Edmonton. Lucic must have been very impressed with his recent visit with the Oilers. He has attracted plenty of interest leading up to the free agency on Friday. If he ends up agreeing to terms with Edmonton then a trade for a defenseman may not be far around the corner.
Jun 28 - 5:42 PM

Patrik Laine won't participate in Winnipeg's upcoming development camp because a minor procedure he underwent after the NHL Combine.

He has not been cleared for on-ice activities yet from knee surgery. Laine sustained what was believed to be a leg injury at the World Championship, so he wasn't able to complete all the tests at the combine.
Jun 28 - 5:14 PM

The Vancouver Canucks have been fined $50,000 for violating NHL By-Law 15.

"Canucks General Manager Jim Benning violated the provisions of NHL By-Law 15 relating to inappropriate public comments by speaking generally to his Club's potential interest in players under contract to other NHL Clubs," said NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly. Benning has apologized and accepted the consequences of his comments, but explained that he was just trying to be honest with fans and the media about his interest in Steven Stamkos and P.K. Subban.
Source: NHL.com
Jun 28 - 1:24 PM

Brad Stuart has been placed on waivers and the Avalanche intend to buy him out.

The Avalanche will save $1.2 million in cash, according to generalfanager.com, but his buyout won't provide salary cap relief because he is 36 years of age. That will leave the team with a $3.6 million charge. Colorado wants to get younger on the back end, while giving more opportunities to Nikita Zadorov, Chris Bigras, Eric Gelinas and prospect Duncan Siemens.
Jun 28 - 12:23 PM

Andrew Shaw has reached an agreement on a six-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens.

Reports suggest the 24-year-old forward will be paid an average of $3.9-million a season. He could have become a restricted free agent Friday. "As I mentioned last Friday following Andrew's acquisition (in a trade with the Chicago Blackhawks), we are adding a solid character player to our team, a reliable player who plays with grit and a two-time Stanley Cup champion. . .over the past five seasons," Montreal general manager Marc Bergevin said. "Andrew will add more leadership to our team. I had the opportunity to discuss with him over the past few days, and I sense his determination and excitement in joining the Canadiens' organization for many years to come."
Source: NHL.com
Jun 27 - 10:32 PM

Arizona has signed Louis Domingue to a two-year contract.

He earned the Coyotes' starting job when Mike Smith was injured last season. Domingue posted a 15-18-5 record with a 2.75 goals-against average and a .912 save percentage in 39 games. He is slated to be backup netminder for Arizona next year.
Jun 27 - 4:59 PM

Eric Lindros is part of the Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2016.

Lindros skated in 760 NHL contests over his career because of concussions and other injuries. He notched 372 goals, 865 points and 1,398 penalty minutes. Lindros has been waiting to get the call for six years. He will join Sergei Makarov, Pat Quinn and Rogie Vachon in the 2016 class.
Jun 27 - 3:51 PM

Justin Schultz did not get a qualifying offer from Pittsburgh.

He can test unrestricted free agency now, but still could sign with the Penguins for less than the $3.9 million he earned last year. Schultz skated in 18 regular-season games and 15 playoff matches with Pittsburgh in 2015-16 after he was acquired from Edmonton.
Jun 27 - 2:11 PM




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