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A quiet first day of free agency for the Islanders shouldn’t surprise anyone by now

Day one of NHL Free Agency yesterday ended without a sound from the Islanders. While every other club was announcing deals left and right, the Isles remained radio silent on all fronts. There were reports hours before the opening bell rang at noon that the team had signed free agent forward Zach Parise and re-signed forward Kyle Palmieri. Those deals weren’t filed with the league nor were there any announcements made. They could be made today.
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Instant Analysis: Flyers Sign Yandle

The Philadelphia Flyers have made over half of their prospective starting blueline for the 2020-21 season from the group that was on the roster at the start of the 2020-21 campaign. After acquiring Ryan Ellis and Rasmus Ristolainen over the past year, the Flyers have now added offensive defenseman Keith Yandle; a veteran of 1,032 NHL regular season games (600 points) and 58 games (36 points) in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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Flyers sign free agent goaltender Martin Jones, center Nate Thompson

Club inks Jones to one-year deal worth 2.0M, Thompson to one-year deal worth 800K. The Philadelphia Flyers announced they have signed free agent goaltender Martin Jones to a one-year contract worth an average annual value (AAV) of 2.0M, and center Nate Thompson to a one-year contract with an AAV of $800,000, according to President of Hockey Operations & General Manager Chuck Fletcher.
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Flyers sign Free Agent defenseman Keith Yandle

All-Star, Iron-Man leader inks deal worth 900K to join Philly blueline. The Philadelphia Flyers announced today they have signed defenseman Keith Yandle to a one-year contract worth an average annual value (AAV) of $900,000, according to President of Hockey Operations & General Manager, Chuck Fletcher. "We are excited to add...

Wednesday’s Dump and Chase: Free Agent Frenzy

Lots of free agent news to start your Free Agent Wednesday...let’s go!. Jeff takes a look at some free agent possibilities. Excellent draft coverage, round two. What's next for Vegas after trading 'face of the franchise' Fleury?. They're gonna go after Jack Eichel. The Great 8 will be a Capital...

Kelly Oubre Jr says he doesn’t want to be a bargaining chip player

Kelly Oubre Jr is one of the players who is in the trigger of all NBA rumors Since his Free Agent status can cause him to leave the Golden State Warriors Questioned about it in an interview for Hoopshype, the talented forward reflects on his professional career and shows his predisposition to work hard and show the entire NBA that he can be a star of this league. “I have great ability on both sides of the court and that is a great differential,” he said.

Winnipeg Jets trade for Nate Schmidt

I doubt the Winnipeg Jets are going to do much shopping on Free Agent Wednesday which is now the honourary July 1 at the end of July. I know, this pandemic makes time and dates irrelevant. Anyways, tomorrow is the first day of free agency and the Jets are surely sitting this one out outside of getting a back up goalie.
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Non-Qualified Players Give Toronto Maple Leafs Opportunities

The Toronto Maple Leafs are a team on the right track. With Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and William Nylander just beginning their prime years, the Toronto Maple Leafs – terrible playoff collapse aside – are a team well positioned to compete for and likely win the Stanley Cup over the next several years.

Oilers 2021 Free Agency Preview: Needs, targets, issues

EDMONTON — For the first time in Ken Holland’s tenure as the Edmonton Oilers general manager, he rolls into free agency simply dripping with cap space. After buying out James Neal on Tuesday, Holland has $14.8 million in cap space, with 18 signed roster players. (This assumes Kyle Turris will be buried in the minors, per PuckPedia.) And, he can exceed the cap by just over $4 million, with Oscar Klefbom’s $4.17 million cap hit destined for Long Term Injury Reserve.

Free Agency Open Forum

Going to use this space today for us to talk about all the craziness that could come when the Free Agent gates are thrown open this afternoon. Starting with yesterday and the news on Montour resigning with Florida on a theee-year, $10.5M contract with an AAV of $3.5M…. This one...

Detroit Red Wings Free Agency Primer

Svechnikov was not qualified by Wings, and Lindstrom signed for 2 years. Today’s post will be “fluid” again as signings could be trickling throughout. Yzerman has been incredibly busy, and it’s easy to like what’s going on. The previous years have been addition by subtraction. Veterans gone, 1 buyout, new...

Deal or No Deal 2021: White Sox Moves to Consider at the Trade Deadline

Over the past two seasons at the Trade Deadline, I’ve written these articles about who the White Sox should consider targeting at the Trade Deadline based on their current situation. The team has been in a very different spot all three times I’ve written this. At the time of publishing,...
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Man killed on Pond Lane in Chesapeake; police investigating as homicide

WAVY News 10's Kara Dixon reports. Man killed on Pond Lane in Chesapeake; police investigating as homicide. Search for 2 following helicopter crash at Albemarle Sound. Discussion heats up as VB School board votes on masks. Judge rejects plea from ex-Portsmouth officer accused of raping teen, citing graphic details from...

Final draft order: Your club's picks, every Sign and Trade Period deal

SIXTY-ONE selections are set to be made in the upcoming NAB AFLW Draft, after the final order was released on Friday. Five clubs – Adelaide, Collingwood, Melbourne, St Kilda and the Western Bulldogs – will make the minimum three picks in the state-based draft, with the remaining nine having more selections.
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*Spoiler* Update on the WWE star's return at Money in the Bank

The WWE Pay Per View of Money in the Bank, the first show of Vince McMahon's company (after SmackDown) that aired in front of the public, was staged on Sunday, an event that saw several extraordinary surprises. The h*ttest phase of the show certainly culminated in the Main Event, the WWE Universal Championship match between WWE Tribal Chief Roman Reigns and Rated-R Superstar Edge.