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NHL Rumors: Maple Leafs, Avalanche, Canadiens, Bruins, Thornton News

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, is Jake Muzzin expendable now that the Toronto Maple Leafs have signed Mark Giordano to a team-friendly deal? In Colorado, the Avalanche are getting the best out of Nazem Kadri. Does that mean it’s going to be even more difficult to retain him as...
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Maple Leafs’ D-men Liljegren & Sandin Are Ripe for Offer Sheets

It’s no secret that the Toronto Maple Leafs, like a lot of the top teams in the NHL, have a salary-cap problem. According to Capfriendly.com, the team has about $7 million in salary-cap space and they still have a number of players to attempt to re-sign if they want to keep this group together.
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New Jersey Devils: Is Cole Caufield Worth Second-Overall Pick?

Since the New Jersey Devils got the second-overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft, fans of other teams have been pining to get the pick. It didn’t help when the general manager said he was considering the move. The Montreal Canadiens have been a popular choice as a team that wants to trade for the second-overall pick.
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Krenn: Three Things we learned from advancing to the Conference Final

For the third-straight season and the sixth time in the last eight seasons, the Tampa Bay Lightning are heading to the Stanley Cup Semifinal Round. With a 2-0 win over the Florida Panthers on Monday night, the Bolts completed a postseason sweep for the third time in franchise history and the first time under head coach Jon Cooper.
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Montreal Canadiens Players Advance to Quarterfinals at World Championships

The Montreal Canadiens are not playing in the postseason this year like they did a year ago when they took out three elite teams on their way to the Stanley Cup Final. With no postseason hockey to play, a handful of their players and prospects headed to Helsinki, Finland to suit up for their country. The annual World Hockey Championships is taking place this month, as it always does, and a few Habs players will be taking part in win-or-go-home games tomorrow.
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4 Reasons Canadiens Take Wright with #1 Pick at 2022 Draft

It happens like clockwork before very NHL Entry Draft: Doubt seeps into the identity of the player who will go first overall, with Shane Wright supposedly set to drop at the 2022 edition of the event July 7-8. This time around there shouldn’t be any question, though. Montreal Canadiens general...
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Should the Montreal Canadiens Trade for the Second Overall Pick?

With the Montreal Canadiens hosting the 2022 NHL Entry Draft and holding the first overall pick, they should be poised to launch their rebuild with a key asset in whoever they select. The debate over whether they should select Shane Wright or Juraj Slafkovsky rages on, however, if they can...
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Red Wings Rebuild: Contend or Continue Tear Down?

Heading into the 2022 offseason, the Detroit Red Wings find themselves at a crossroad. They seem to be emerging from their rebuild with a competitive roster, but are not yet a playoff team. With that in mind, we’ll conduct some scenario planning and examine the pros and cons of two...
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Anderson, Farrell blanked in losses at Worlds

MONTREAL -- Josh Anderson and Sean Farrell didn't register points for their respective countries at the IIHF World Championship on Monday. Anderson had one shot on goal in 13:43 of ice time in Canada's 3-2 loss to Denmark. Prospect Frederik Dichow watched Sebastian Dahm earn the victory between the pipes...
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Canadiens: Adam Sýkora A Possible Replacement For Lehkonen

When the Montreal Canadiens traded Artturi Lehkonen to the Colorado Avalanche it came as both an unsurprising event as well as a disappointment. Lehkonen was loved by Canadiens fans and coaches alike. He is a coach’s dream as he will willingly puts himself in any situation you ask him, plays a very solid defensive game and can chip in offensively.
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