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The Blueshirts got their prized trade acquisition under contract for the next seven years and though the price is worth it, some other contracts need to be moved out before the season begins. So how are things looking in New York right now?

The post Jacob Trouba signs with New York Rangers, who have cap work to do appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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In a deal of two under-performing wingers needing a new home, the Edmonton Oilers sent Milan Lucic to the Calgary Flames in exchange for James Neal. If nothing, it shows that there aren't any unmovable deals in the NHL.

The post By swapping Lucic and Neal, Oilers and Flames pull off deal involving otherwise unmovable contracts appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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In an hour-long interview conducted at his home in Russia, New York Rangers winger Artemi Panarin said it's time for president Vladimir Putin to go and spoke about the lack of freedom of speech in his home country.

The post Artemi Panarin speaks out against Vladimir Putin: ‘He no longer understands what’s right and what’s wrong’ appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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From winning battles to making that extra effort, many of the best NHLers are also the most competitive. But you don't have to be a beast to be tough: just ask the hockey minds at an elite hockey coaches conference.

The post Why a competitive mindset can be a skill in hockey appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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Teams who have arbitration hearings on the docket – or those who've cleared them up already – will have the opportunity to exercise a buyout during the second summer window.

The post Looking at potential buyout targets with the second window looming appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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The UFA market is mostly dried up, but the RFA options are some of the best we've seen in many years. Let's have some fun during the hot summer days: what would a roster of the best remaining RFAs look like if they were to form a team? 

The post What would a team look like comprised of remaining RFAs? appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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Performance in net is so important – and so difficult to forecast. Which teams made the wisest goalie additions this summer?

The post The major 2019 off-season goalie acquisitions, ranked appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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Carolina didn't land any top free agents or make any true blockbuster deals, but the Hurricanes have added where they needed to and kept key pieces in place. That's what has them primed to build off of last season's success.

The post No big splash, but the Hurricanes’ effective summer sets stage for success next season appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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A number of circuits - most notably the Swiss League - have become havens for NHLers who aren't getting the job offers they'd like back home. But what goes into the decision to trek across the ocean to continue a pro career?

The post How does an NHLer make the decision to leave for Europe? appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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The NHL and NHLPA announced Thursday that the Capitals captain will head to China in August to act as an ambassador for the league as part of an outreach effort, but nothing will help grow the game quite like sending Ovechkin and his fellow players to the Beijing Olympics.

The post The NHL is sending Alex Ovechkin to China. How about committing to the 2022 Olympics? appeared first on TheHockeyNews.

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