report this ad There were rumors the Anaheim Ducks were trying to rid themselves of the remaining years and dollars attached to the contract of former Art Ross Trophy Winner Corey Perry. Speculation was, if the team couldn’t trade him, they’d consider a buyout. That’s exactly what happened on Wednesday. The Anaheim Ducks have taken
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League is holding the 2019 AHL Team Business Meetings presented by ExteNet Systems this week, with more than 200 representatives from the league and its member clubs gathering at the Sheraton Charlotte Hotel in Charlotte, N.C. Team and league front-office personnel from throughout the American Hockey League meet each
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report this ad The San Jose Sharks have moved a defenseman prior to Friday’s NHL Entry Draft where a number of similar trades are likely to take place. In an effort to clear salary cap space, the team has moved veteran defenseman Justin Braun to the Philadelphia Flyers. BREAKING: The #Flyers have acquired defenseman Justin
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report this ad The Philadelphia Flyers have come to terms with forward Kevin Hayes on a seven-year contract extension worth $50 million, according to Bob McKenzie. The deal will carry an annual cap hit of $7.14 million per season and will keep Hayes with the team through the 2025-26 season. PHI and pending UFA Kevin
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© Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports Rutherford not actively trying to trade any of Kessel, Malkin, Hornqvist or Letang NHL.com: Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford was on 93.7 The Fan radio yesterday talking about the Penguins and Phil Kessel. “The biggest thing is from a team point of view, you can’t have the player controlling the
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12:37 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN Forward Kevin Hayes has avoided unrestricted free agency by agreeing to a seven-year, $50 million contract with the Philadelphia Flyers, according to a report by TSN on Tuesday night. His $7.14 million cap hit will rank 18th among all NHL centers, and it will be the third highest on the
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The Columbus Blue Jackets have named director of player personnel Chris Clark general manager of the AHL’s Cleveland Monsters, and signed Mike Eaves to a multi-year contract to become the sixth head coach in Monsters franchise history. Eaves, 63, joins the Monsters with 34 seasons of experience coaching in the professional and collegiate ranks, including
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1:47 PM ET Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Flyers continued to shore up their defense by acquiring veteran Justin Braun from the San Jose Sharks for two draft picks. Philadelphia on Tuesday sent a 2019 second-round pick and 2019 third-round pick to San Jose for Braun. The Sharks were looking to clear salary-cap space
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