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Joel L’Esperance One Of Few Unvaccinated NHL Players; Cites “Family Choice” As Reason

Dallas Stars general manager Jim Nill opened training camp by making a few announcements. The biggest question, of course, being the vaccination status of the team. As teams have opened training camps across the league the last few days, each general manager has addressed where their team stands. For Dallas, the status was fully vaccinated among NHL players and all staff, and only one unvaccinated individual in the organization as of now: Joel L’Esperance.
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CAMP: Bouchard the 'X-Factor' on Oilers blueline

EDMONTON, AB - It's still early days here at Oilers Training Camp, but Head Coach Dave Tippett is already heaping praise and expressing his high hopes for defenceman Evan Bouchard this season. Of all the promise on a new-look Oilers blueline assembled for the 2021-22 NHL campaign, the bench boss...
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Canes Sign Ronan Seeley to Entry-Level Contract

RALEIGH, NC - Don Waddell, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has signed defenseman Ronan Seeley to a three-year, entry-level contract. The deal will pay Seeley $750,000 at the NHL level in 2021-22 and 2022-23 and $775,000 in 2023-24. Seeley will receive $80,000 at the American Hockey League (AHL) level for all three seasons. He will also receive a signing bonus of $195,000.
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Dallas Stars must part with Joel L’Esperance for refusing vaccine

The Dallas Stars need to protect the organization by cutting Joel L’Esperance. Articles and social media posts from hockey journalists that discuss L’Esperance’s vaccine refusal fail to say what really needs to be said. We have reached a point where dismissing science or banging the “personal freedoms” drum is too dangerous. COVID-19 is very real, very contagious, and extremely deadly to many who walk among us.
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One-year contract for defenseman Sami Niku

MONTREAL - Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Friday that the team has agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with free agent defenseman Sami Niku for the 2021-22 season. The deal will pay Niku $750,000 in the NHL and $425,000 in the AHL, with a guaranteed...
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Claude Giroux Contract Talks On Hold For Now

When Sean Couturier signed his eight-year extension with the Flyers a few weeks ago, it was fair to wonder if the same was going to happen for Claude Giroux as well. He would be entering the final season of a contract that he signed back in the summer before the 2013-14 season. Coming into the eighth and final year of that deal, it looks like we will have to wait a bit longer to see if Giroux will continue playing in the orange and black.
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9th Annual NY Rangers Top 25 Under 25: Number 25-21

After covering the honorable mentions, it’s time for the first five in this year’s Rangers Top 25 Under 25. To recap, the ground rules for this list are simple: To qualify for this list, a player must be under 25 years old. It doesn’t matter if this player is in the NHL, AHL, or in any of the leagues around the world. If they are Ranger property and under 25, they were considered.
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Ho-Sang Hopes to 'Give Everything I Have' to the Maple Leafs

TORONTO - There's no denying the talent of forward Josh Ho-Sang. But the New York Islanders' first-round NHL Draft choice from 2014 has had a difficult time finding his footing. The negative experiences at the professional level at times made him question his love for the sport. "I think everyone...
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Which veteran will be Calgary’s seventh defender?: 2021 Flames camp battles

When the Calgary Flames begin the regular season on Oct. 16, they’ll do so with a defensive group with a couple new faces (in the form of Nikita Zadorov and Erik Gudbranson). But with six defenders in camp on one-way NHL deals, we more or less know who the regular defenders will be on opening night.
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Projecting the Kraken Lines: Forward Line 4

A hard-fought battle will ensue for the final three spots in the Seattle Kraken forward group, but these players should have the upper hand after training camp. When it’s all said and done, the trio that will get the most games in with the Kraken this year are as follows:
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Florida Everblades Bring Back Alex Aleardi

Welcome back, Alex Aleardi. For the first time since the 2014-15 season, the skilled winger is back in Estero, having signed an ECHL deal to return to the Florida Everblades for the upcoming year. He’d played his previous six seasons in Europe, playing for a multitude of different teams in Austria, Sweden and most recently, France.
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Winnipeg Jets Prospect Suffers Injury at Camp; Out Significant Time

The Winnipeg Jets started their preparations for the 2021-2022 season yesterday as they kicked off their training camp. The Jets have a number of their top prospects competing at this camp, who have an opportunity to impress the coaching staff to earn roster spots on the NHL club. One of...
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Ryan Poehling hopes bumpy road will lead to spot with Canadiens

It has been four years since the Canadiens selected Ryan Poehling in the first round (25th overall) of the NHL Draft. Shortly after completing his third university season at St. Cloud State in 2019, Poehling made his NHL debut, scoring three goals and adding another in a shootout as the Canadiens beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-5 in their final game of the season at the Bell Centre.
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Noah Juulsen ready to fight for a spot with the Florida Panthers

It has been a long road back from injury for Noah Juulsen, but the 24-year-old defenseman says he is completely healthy and ready to battle for a spot with the Florida Panthers. Juulsen started last training camp with the Montreal Canadiens, the team that took him in the first round...
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Montreal Canadiens sign defenceman Sami Niku to one-year contract

The Montreal Canadiens have signed defenceman Sami Niku to a one-year, two-way contract on Friday. The deal will pay Niku $750,000 in the NHL and $425,000 in the AHL, with a guaranteed salary of $475,000. Niku, 24, was most recently with the Winnipeg Jets organization. He had his contract terminated...
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Fans on hand for first day of Vancouver Canucks training camp

WATCH: It's a moment that's been a long time coming for hockey fans. Canucks training camp getting underway in Abbotsford. And for the first time since the pandemic began - spectators will be filling the stands. Andrea MacPherson has more on the fan's excitement - and why two notable players are absent.
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Several Wolves attending NHL training camps

Sudbury Wolves graduate Macauley Carson, the team’s former captain and all-time leader in games played, is making the most of his second appearance at the San Jose Sharks’ training camp. Story continues below. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content. Carson, a 22-year-old forward...
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