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  1. Dallas Stars negotiating to move training camp to Prince Edward Island

    Jun 18, 2010, 2:12 PM EDT

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    The Dallas Stars are certainly in a state of flux lately, as the team struggles with a restrictive internal budget as they work to transition to Joe Nieuwendyk’s and Marc Crawford’s new system. With the team in he midst of a sale, it’s also unlikely that the team is able to use that cap space…

  2. Chris Mason surprised by the Jaroslav Halak trade

    Jun 18, 2010, 12:45 PM EDT

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    Yesterday’s trade that sent Jaroslav Halak to the St. Louis Blues sent shockwaves throughout the hockey world. After all, Halak was the promising young goaltender that the Canadiens have been looking for and the one that carried the Habs on his back past the Capitals and the Penguins. Yet Pierre Gauthier made it known that…

  3. Joe Sakic hoping for management position with Avalanche

    Jun 18, 2010, 12:00 PM EDT

    Adrian Dater of the Denver Post is reporting that Joe Sakic is hoping to break into the NHL front office business, and is looking to do so with the Colorado Avalanche. “You can’t just jump in and start at the top. I would go in knowing I’d have to learn all parts of the business…

  4. Sergei Fedorov facing foreclosure on two Detroit homes

    Jun 18, 2010, 11:07 AM EDT

    According to an AP report, former Detroit Red Wings great Sergei Fedorov is facing foreclosure on two homes in the Detroit area. The PrivateBank and Trust Co. says Fedorov owes more than US$2 million. The Oakland County Treasurer’s Office says he also owes more than $51,000 in property taxes. The Detroit News reports Friday that…

  5. More on the Boston-Columbus trade rumor

    Jun 18, 2010, 10:15 AM EDT

    Our story yesterday on the rumored trade proposal between Columbus and Boston caused a bit of stir and if nothing else left people scratching their heads a bit. Before writing up the story, I double checked with my source on the information he was giving me and then posted the proposed trade that would leave…

  6. Is John MacLean the right coach for the Devils?

    Jun 17, 2010, 10:15 PM EDT

    The Devils took a route most expected was coming, promoting John MacLean from coach of the Lowell (Albany) Devils to be the next head coach in New Jersey. MacLean is young and should have a new approach that will do the team good, after a number of years of coming up disappointingly short in the…

  7. Zach Parise looking for more offense under John MacLean

    Jun 17, 2010, 8:33 PM EDT

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    Last season was one to forget for the New Jersey Devils, after a blockbuster trade for Ilya Kovalchuk never panned out and the team’s star players clashed with the coach and the playing system. While we’ll never know exactly what happened between Jamie Langenbrunner and Jacques Lemaire, there’s no doubt that the team’s early demise…

  8. Rumor: Boston to trade Wheeler, Savard to Columbus for 4th overall pick

    Jun 17, 2010, 7:47 PM EDT

    I’d like to preface this post with a quick disclaimer: right now, this can only be classified as a rumor, although one that certainly seems to have legs. Proceed with caution. Pro Hockey Talk has learned of a possible trade in the works, with the Boston Bruins dealing Blake Wheeler and Marc Savard to the…

  9. More Blues trade news: St. Louis acquires T.J. Hensick from Colorado

    Jun 17, 2010, 6:00 PM EDT

    In what has been one of the busiest days in ages for the St. Louis Blues, the team traded Julian Talbot for disgruntled Colorado Avalanche forward T.J. Hensick. The Avs were busy in their own right today, signing Kevin Porter, Ray Macias and Phillipe Dupuis. (Source: The Denver Post) Hensick was, at one point, thought…

  10. NHL 2K11 trailer

    Jun 17, 2010, 5:15 PM EDT

    We’ve given plenty of play to EA Sports’ upcoming “NHL 11″ video game title and for good reason: it’s the industry leader. That doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten all about 2K Sports and their Wii-exclusive hockey entry, though. Here’s the company’s official trailer for “NHL 2K11.” If the company’s self-imposed X-Box 360/Playstation 3 hiatus didn’t put…

  11. Could flawed free agents Cooke, Jokinen or Demitra help your team?

    Jun 17, 2010, 4:50 PM EDT

    Pierre LeBrun provided a nice little roundup of free agent talk earlier today. I thought I’d expand/provide my two cents on a few of the items. Let’s do it in list form, OK? Olli Jokinen The second I read Jokinen’s name, I thought “Obviously, he’s going to the KHL.” Except apparently the oft-derided center’s agent…

  12. Danny Briere gets in car accident, but no one suffers serious injury

    Jun 17, 2010, 4:20 PM EDT

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    Danny Briere was in a car accident last night, but luckily, the only hockey-related news item that could be referred to as a “tragedy” today will happen if Montreal Canadiens fans are being melodramatic about the Jaroslav Halak trade. Briere and his nine year old son Cameron left a Binghampton hospital with only minor injuries…

  13. Update: Habs trade Halak's rights to Blues for prospects Lars Eller, Ian Schultz

    Jun 17, 2010, 3:28 PM EDT

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    We now have the details of the Jaroslav Halak trade. The Montreal Canadiens received Lars Eller and Ian Schultz in exchange for the Blues to get a head-start on restricted free agent negotiations with Halak. (The first place I saw the trade details was in a Tweet from ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun.) Again, keep in mind…

  14. Montreal Canadiens trade Jaroslav Halak's bargaining rights to St. Louis Blues

    Jun 17, 2010, 3:05 PM EDT

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    With all due respect to Mike Ramsey and Francis Bouillon, we finally have some huge news today: rumors are circulating that the Montreal Canadiens traded Jaroslav Halak’s RFA bargaining rights to the St. Louis Blues. It was originally reported by RDS and picked up by TSN, so it sounds like there might be some credibility…

  15. Minnesota Wild might let 'The Boogeyman' walk; Are goons going extinct?

    Jun 17, 2010, 2:40 PM EDT

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    Few active players are feared quite like “The Boogeyman” Derek Boogaard. Unfortunately for his bank account, the Minnesota Wild might not be so afraid of going without his services. Michael Russo of the Minnesota Star Tribune reports that while the team hasn’t ruled out the chance of the frightening enforcer returning to the fold, the…

  16. AHL shares 30-team league alignment for 2010-11 season

    Jun 17, 2010, 1:45 PM EDT

    On the verge of its 75th season, the AHL is now at an all-time high 30 teams. shares the development league’s new conference/divisional alignment, which I captured in a screen shot below. (Click to enlarge) In operation since 1936, the AHL continues to serve as the top development league for all 30 National Hockey…

  17. Trading No. 1 pick would be a foolish move by Edmonton Oilers

    Jun 17, 2010, 1:00 PM EDT

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    It’s rarely safe to work in absolutes or extremes, but the Edmonton Oilers would be crazy to trade their No. 1 pick unless a team threw a Lindros-for-Forsberg+Noah’s Ark type offer their way. Darren Dreger’s report that Oilers GM Steve Tambellini is willing to hear any and all offers for their top pick is pretty…

  18. Ice Edge Holdings meets with Gary Bettman, NHL on Coyotes sale

    Jun 17, 2010, 12:32 PM EDT

    Ice Edge Holdings met with Gary Bettman and other NHL officials on Tuesday to discuss their potential offer to buy the Phoenix Coyotes, according to Rebekah Sanders of the Arizona Republic. The NHL is expected to continue examining Ice Edge’s proposal before team owners hold a vote. Meanwhile, the group continues to work out final…

  19. NJ Devils promote from within, name John MacLean head coach

    Jun 17, 2010, 12:00 PM EDT

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    After mulling over a few other coaching options, the New Jersey Devils announced that they decided to hire from within and therefore promoted Lowell Devils coach John MacLean to the big club’s head job. MacLean (not to be confused with Bruce Willis’ star-making “Die Hard” character John McClane) has been a fixture in the franchise…

  20. Mike Ramsey leaves post as Minnesota Wild assistant coach

    Jun 17, 2010, 11:45 AM EDT

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    After spending 10 years as the assistant coach of the Minnesota Wild, Mike Ramsey announced that he will step down from the team immediately. Ramsey made a big impact on American and Minnesotan hockey. The Wild summarized his staggering resume of puck-based achievements. And so ends the Wild coaching career of one of Minnesota’s most…

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