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Oliver Ekman-Larsson is reportedly in talks with the Coyotes for an eight-year contract extension worth slightly above $8 million per season.

Sources familiar with the discussion told ArizonaSports.com about the reported deal for the Ekman-Larsson, who can become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the 2018-19 season. He can sign an extension on July 1. Ekman-Larsson is playing for Sweden at the IIHF World Championship and GM John Chayka, who is attending the tournament, couldn't be reached for a comment.
May 16 - 4:10 PM

Shea Theodore has signed a seven-year contract with the Vegas Golden Knights.

Theodore's new deal has an average annual value of $5.2 million. He had been a holdout at training camp. Theodore recorded 29 points in 61 games last season and he posted 10 points over 20 playoff contests.
Sep 25 - 1:33 AM

Jamie Benn scored two goals during Saturday's 5-3 preseason win over the Minnesota Wild.

Benn bowled over Devan Dubnyk, scoring at the same time for his first of the night. His second of the night came off a nice play by Roope Hintz, who dropped the puck to Alex Radulov who then found Benn for the goal. Benn has been a model of consistency, recording at least 79 points in four of his last five seasons. He'll provide an extra bonus in fantasy this season with Yahoo swapping out penalty minutes for hits in their standard scoring settings.
Sep 24 - 11:08 PM

Artturi Lehkonen scored a couple of goals during Monday's 5-1 preseason win over the Toronto Maple Leafs.

A Justin Holl turnover led to a shot on goal by Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Lehkonen was perfectly positioned at the side of the goal for the tap in on the rebound. Lehkonen's second of the night came off another turnover, this time by goaltender Garrett Sparks who passed the puck straight to Matthew Peca who found Lehkonen alone in front for the goal. Lehkonen struggled last season but finished the year with seven goals in his last 15 games. He could have a mini breakthrough this season that could see him have his first ever 20+ goal season.
Sep 24 - 10:30 PM

Robby Fabbri is dealing with a grade 1 groin strain.

Fabbri left Sunday's preseason game against Columbus due to the injury. This has to be an incredibly frustrating development for Fabbri, who didn't play at all in 2017-18 due to knee problems. He's going to rest for a few days before being re-evaluated on Thursday.
Sep 24 - 2:28 PM

Corey Crawford (concussion) being available for the season opener "may be stretching it at this point," per coach Joel Quenneville.

Crawford hasn't begun practicing yet, so it's not surprising to hear that he likely won't be ready for the season opener. He might resume practicing at some point this week though, so progress is being made. He last played on Dec. 23.
Sep 24 - 2:26 PM

Joshua Ho-Sang has been sent to AHL Bridgeport.

That has to be extremely disappointing for Ho-Sang. Not only did he not make the team, Ho-Sang wasn't even among the final roster cuts. He has a lot of offensive potential and showed some promise over 22 NHL contests last season, but he just can't seem to stick with the Islanders. The Islanders just underwent a massive management shift too, so a fresh start of sorts seemingly hasn't changed his fortunes. He's 22-years-old though, so all hope isn't lost here.
Sep 24 - 2:03 PM

Brian Gionta has announced his retirement.

Gionta is closing the books on a career that spanned 1,026 games with the New Jersey Devils, Montreal Canadiens, Buffalo Sabres, and Boston Bruins. He scored 291 goals and 595 career points with his best season coming in 2005-06 when he scored 48 goals and 89 points in 82 contests. He was also a veteran of 113 playoff games and won the Stanley Cup with New Jersey in 2003.
Sep 24 - 1:22 PM

Mikko Rantanen missed practice on Sunday because of a minor leg injury.

Rantanen was injured in Thursday's practice and Colorado has been cautious with him. He did not practice Friday or play in Saturday's preseason match against Minnesota. Rantanen won't be back in the fold on Monday versus Vegas because the top line of the Avalanche wasn't scheduled to play in that contest. Consider him day-to-day for now.
Source: Denver Post
Sep 23 - 6:23 PM

Tyler Johnson did not practice on Sunday because of an upper-body injury.

Johnson is listed as day-to-day. "We're optimistic that he'll be ready for the season opener but there are no guarantees," said Lightning GM Julien BriseBois. "In any event, we don't expect this to be something that will be long term."
Sep 23 - 2:40 PM

Micheal Ferland is listed as day-to-day due to a lower-body injury.

Hurricanes coach Rod Brind'Amour said that Ferland will be held out of the lineup for the rest of the preseason. Hopefully, he will be ready for Carolina's season opener.
Sep 23 - 12:49 PM

Paul Byron has signed a four-year contract extension with the Montreal Canadiens.

Byron's new deal has an average annual value of $3.4 million. He has been a 20-goal scorer for Montreal in each of the last two seasons, but he went from 43 points in 2016-17 to 35 points in 2017-18.
Sep 23 - 11:21 AM




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