DALLAS — The Colorado Avalanche signed goaltender Philipp Grubauer to a three-year contract worth $10 million and put defenseman Brooks Orpik on buyout waivers the day after acquiring them from the Washington Capitals, according to multiple reports. The team announced Grubauer’s signing, and multiple reports say the deal is worth $10 million. Colorado put Orpik
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After not having a first-round pick and making just five selections overall in last year’s NHL Entry Draft, the Anaheim Ducks got to be a bit more active in 2018. The club made seven selections, including four in the first three rounds. Round 1 – Isac Lundestrom, C, Luleå HF (SHL) With the 23rd overall
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10:16 PM ET Emily Kaplan Greg Wyshynski DALLAS — The 2018 NHL draft was, in comparison to other recent editions, a muted affair. Full coverage of the 2018 draft »Every pick of the draft »Draft grades for all 31 teamsWinners and losers »Round 1 analysis There were only two major trades made, and few credible
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The first round of the 2018 NHL Draft is in the books. And goodness it was weird. It usually is. By the time the dust settled late Friday night, several good players left American Airlines Center not hearing their name called. Among those who are available Saturday morning: Akil Thomas, Serron Noel, Bode Wilde and
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As the NHL Draft is merely hours away, news and rumors of possible trades and signings keep coming across the rumor wire. The latest includes a likely trade of Jeff Skinner, two Oilers not going anywhere, Columbus still discussing what happens with Artemi Panarin and one team expected to make some moves staying relatively quiet.
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By Brandon Share-Cohen June 22nd, 2018 The 2018 NHL Draft is finally here. With a busy day already underway, it’s only right that we provide you with a single place to keep updated on all of the picks that take place on Friday night. The list will also include links attached to each drafted players’
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Vitali Kravtsov 2017-18 Team: Traktor Chelyabinsk (#74)Date of Birth: December 23, 1999Place of Birth: Vladivostok, RussiaHt: 6’4″ Wt: 183 lbsShoots: LeftPosition: Right WingNHL Draft Eligibility: 2018 first-year eligible Rankings Things go in cycles in the National Hockey League, and particularly in drafting and development. In the past, there’s been a lot of chatter about the
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12:00 AM ET Paul LukasESPN.com Close Sports journalism’s foremost uniform reporter ESPN.com columnist since 2004 Also blogs at uni-watch.com The 2017-18 NHL season was pretty sedate from a uniform standpoint. As part of the league’s transition from Reebok to Adidas, teams were restricted to home and road uniforms, with alternate or third jerseys temporarily mothballed.
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Kevin Hayes’ development over the past four seasons represents exactly what the New York Rangers would like to accomplish with their bevy of young centers that are knocking on the Madison Square Garden door amidst the club’s rebuild. A question the Rangers will have to ask themselves this summer, though, is whether Hayes’ rise makes
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With the 2018 NHL Draft taking place in Dallas this weekend, it’s time to get primed for what the draft could hold in store for the Los Angeles Kings. A year ago, Rob Blake was approaching his first draft after being hired to replace Dean Lombardi as general manager of the Kings. When he selected
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  The month immediately following the National Hockey League season might be the most exciting time in the entire hockey calendar. First, there are the trades. Apparently, all that’s needed for NHL general managers to start wheeling and dealing is the opportunity to wear shorts and a three-month buffer between them inevitably making a hash
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Beginning June 1, NWHL teams can re-sign players from their 2017-18 roster and their draft picks. Additionally, for those players who have completed their college eligibility and want to continue their hockey careers, NWHL Free Agency provides the best opportunity to continue playing at the highest level of professional women’s hockey. Players who were not
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