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  1. NHLPA votes to extend CBA; salary cap to go up next season

    Jun 22, 2010, 3:50 PM EDT

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    After the NHLPA decided not to come to a decision yesterday on whether to exervise it’s option on whether to extend the CBA, there was some concern that they would vote against the increase in the salary cap and further splinter the players. Instead, word has come down today that the CBA has been extended…

  2. Pat Quinn steps down, hands Oilers head coaching job to Tom Renney

    Jun 22, 2010, 3:15 PM EDT

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    Pat Quinn decided today to leave his post as the Edmonton Oilers head coach, handing over the job to assistant coach – and former New York Rangers head coach – Tom Renney. Quinn will work in an “advisory” role going forward, reports TSN. This isn’t particularly shocking news, really. At the far-from-tender age of 67,…

  3. Analysis: Florida sends Horton, Campbell to Boston for Wideman, 15th pick, 2011 3rd rounder

    Jun 22, 2010, 2:40 PM EDT

    A moment ago, I shared reports that the Florida Panthers traded Nathan Horton to the Boston Bruins. Here are the details, via Steve Gorten of the Florida Sun-Sentinel. (Salary cap information from the always-reliable Bruins receive: Nathan Horton, forward. ($4 million cap hit) Greg Campbell, forward ($762,500) Panthers receive: Dennis Wideman, defenseman. (about $3.94…

  4. Report: Florida Panthers trade Nathan Horton to Boston Bruins

    Jun 22, 2010, 2:06 PM EDT

    Details are very scarce right now, but TSN’s Darren Dreger reports that Florida Panthers forward Nathan Horton has been traded to the Boston Bruins. Dreger states that Horton and another Florida Panthers player are rumored to be going to Beantown for a single Boston Bruins player. We’ll update you on who that it is once…

  5. Report: Scott Niedermayer expected to announce retirement today

    Jun 22, 2010, 1:05 PM EDT

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    It seems like every summer people complain about humidity, get bad farmer tans and wonder if Scott Niedermayer will retire. If Orange County Register reporter Eric Stephens is correct, the talented defenseman is expected to announce his retirement today. I must admit that I had little clue that Niedermayer was leaning toward hanging up his…

  6. NHL releases 2010-11 regular season schedule, road trippers rejoice

    Jun 22, 2010, 12:15 PM EDT

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    For hockey road trippers and fans of the sport in general, today is a big day; the 2010-11 regular season schedule was just released by the NHL. Let me give you the most important links. The first three are all PDF files, so expect a slight delay if you don’t have an amazing Internet connection.…

  7. Penguins, Matt Cooke agree to three-year extension

    Jun 22, 2010, 11:40 AM EDT

    Despite there being at least some doubts that the team could bring the villainous forward back, the Pittsburgh Penguins have agreed to a three-year contract extension with rambunctious forward Matt Cooke. Rob Rossi of the Pittsburgh Tribune Review has the story, which states that the team hasn’t released the salary details just yet. Left wing…

  8. Denis Grebeshkov to become UFA

    Jun 21, 2010, 9:31 PM EDT

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    Not exactly “big changes” but the Nashville Predators are continuing on their path of moving forward with a bit of a different roster next season. Of course, this decision doesn’t exactly alter the roster all that much. Denis Grebeshkov appeared in just four games for the Predators last season after being traded to Nashville. After…

  9. Nikolai Khabibulin's DUI case will go to trial

    Jun 21, 2010, 8:45 PM EDT

    Nikolai Khabibulin, the only goaltender currently contract with the Edmonton Oilers, now finds himself facing possible jail after an Arizona court ruled today that he will face trial for his DUI charges stemming from a February arrest. From Jim Kerr of News 880: The lawyer for the 37-year-old was in an Arizona courtroom today attempting…

  10. Nieuwendyk, Gilmour, Oates and Ciccarelli garner most HHOF votes among PHT, hockey bloggers

    Jun 21, 2010, 8:00 PM EDT

    After polling the gang at PHT and 10 hockey bloggers, Joe Nieuwendyk stood head and shoulders above all of the other Hockey Hall of Fame candidates as the most deserving inductee for 2010. The four most competitive runners-up were Doug Gilmour, Adam Oates, Dino Ciccarelli and Dave Andreychuk. Cammi Granato, Alex Mogilny and Eric Lindros…

  11. Sharks trade Brad Staubitz to Wild for 2010 fifth-rounder, no more 'Boogeyman' in Minnesota?

    Jun 21, 2010, 7:15 PM EDT

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    Things already weren’t looking very good for Derek “Boogeyman” Boogaard, but now it seems near-official that the fearsome fighter’s time with the Minnesota Wild is up. Michael Russo reports that the Wild acquired rough-and-tumble forward Brad Staubitz from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for the Wild’s 2010 fifth-round draft pick. It won’t make a…

  12. Hockey bloggers share their 2010 Hockey Hall of Fame "ballots"

    Jun 21, 2010, 6:20 PM EDT

    Now that we provided our Hall of Fame choices, let’s get to some of our favorites from the hockey blogosphere. We’ll provide a “consensus” post later on, too. Laura Astorian 1. Adam Oates – greatest assist man of all time and part of the best nicknamed duo in hockey: “Hull & Oates.”2. Doug Gilmour –…

  13. Taylor Pyatt finds place with Phoenix Coyotes after tragedy

    Jun 21, 2010, 5:15 PM EDT

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    The Phoenix Coyotes just announced that they re-signed rugged forward Taylor Pyatt to a two-year contract. The exact terms of the deal are not yet clear. Pyatt, 28, recorded 12-11-23 with 39 penalty minutes (PIM) and a career-high +13 rating in 74 games with the Coyotes last season, his first with the team. He also…

  14. Senators could part ways with Jason Spezza, Anton Volchenkov

    Jun 21, 2010, 4:40 PM EDT

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    The Ottawa Senators face another summer of trade/free agency rumors and there seems to be a little fire to go with the smoke. TSN reports that Senators GM Bryan Murray confirmed that while Jason Spezza didn’t go out of his way to request a trade, he wouldn’t “object” to one either. That’s like two horny…

  15. The PHT Staff's 2010 Hall of Fame "ballots"

    Jun 21, 2010, 4:00 PM EDT

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    Brandon Worley’s picks:  1. Joe Nieuwendyk2. Doug Gilmour3. Dave Andreychuk4. Tom Barrasso This was a tough one, actually, when you consider who I’d like to see voted in this year. The final spot came down to Barrasso, Adam Oates and Dino Ciccarelli. In the end, it comes down to Barrasso who should have already made…

  16. Mike Modano might have to leave the Stars if he decides against retirement

    Jun 21, 2010, 3:00 PM EDT

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    Mike Modano’s history with the Dallas Stars franchise runs deep. After all, the all-time American great’s experiences with the club predate the team’s existence in the Lone Star state, as many recall the images of a mulleted, Chipmunk-teethed Modano being a No. 1 pick for the Minnesota North Stars. To say he would be missed…

  17. Ciccarelli, Cold War-era Russians deserve some HOF attention, too

    Jun 21, 2010, 2:20 PM EDT

    With the announcement of the 2010 Hockey Hall of Fame inductions set for Tuesday, we’re gearing up for some fun features here at PHT. In a few hours, I’ll share the staff “ballots” as well as choices made by some of our favorite hockey bloggers. Last night, the big debate was whether or not Pavel…

  18. Steve Yzerman says Vincent Lecavalier is part of Lightning's plans

    Jun 21, 2010, 1:10 PM EDT

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    After being the subject of trade rumors for a couple years largely thanks to under-performing after signing a gigantic contract, Vincent Lecavalier is feeling a little bit better about life in Tampa Bay. According to Damian Cristodero of the St. Petersburg Times, newly minted GM Steve Yzerman assured Lecavalier that the underachieving center is part…

  19. Boston Bruins set to play games in Ireland, Czech Republic

    Jun 21, 2010, 12:20 PM EDT

    For the first time in more than 50 years, the Boston Bruins look like they’ll take a European vacation. From exhibition games in Ireland to two season-opening matches in Prague, the team might be a little jet-lagged to start the 2010-11 season, but my guess is most of them will find the trip worthwhile.…

  20. Go ahead and kiss the Stanley Cup; It's not as dirty as you might think

    Jun 21, 2010, 11:45 AM EDT

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    There are all kinds of rumors of nefarious things happening to the Stanley Cup once it falls in the clutches of its victors. (Kevin Allen even wrote a book titled “Why is the Stanley Cup in Mario Lemieux’s Swimming Pool?” which, by the way, is probably one of the tamest tales about the silver chalice.)…

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