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Former NHLer Sean Avery was arrested Sept. 30 following a traffic stop in Southampton, N.Y. The former New York Rangers left winger was charged with criminal mischief and criminal possession of a controlled substance, but Avery's lawyer says the former NHLer has a prescription for the medications.
In Champions League action, Frolunda right winger Ryan Lasch pulled off two great dekes to enter the defensive zone and then roofed a backhander from a near impossible angle to seal an overtime victory.
What if coaches could track all their players' on-ice behavior in real time? Ex-NHLer Drake Berehowsky is making that happen with his new invention.
Scott Gomez was maligned in Montreal for underproducing on a big money contract, but the veteran center turned it around this past season and could be a savvy signing if the Blues lock him up. In 58 games with New Jersey in 2014-15, he scored seven goals and 34 points.
In this new feature, our prospect expert talks to the 6-foot-6 Spitfires pivot, counts down some of the best performances from NHL hopefuls and draft-eligibles and updates Conor Garland's injury status in Moncton.
The Anaheim Ducks have been eliminated deeper into the post-season in each of the past three campaigns, but they’ve got their minds set on changing that pattern in 2015-16. With the outstanding duo of Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf, and young guns like Jakob Silfverberg and Sami Vatanen, the Ducks could very well end this season hoisting the Stanley Cup.
The New Jersey Devils will retire Martin Brodeur’s No. 30 on Feb. 9 against the Edmonton Oilers. Brodeur, currently serving as assistant GM with the St. Louis Blues, is the NHL’s all-time goaltending leader in games played, shutouts and wins. He’ll be eligible for the Hall of Fame in 2018.
Heading into a new campaign, several big-name potential free agents are still without extensions. Two of the most intriguing names are the Lightning’s Steven Stamkos and Kings’ Anze Kopitar, both without pacts reaching beyond July 2016, but Winnipeg duo Andrew Ladd and Dustin Byfuglien could start to draw more attention if they remain unsigned deep into the campaign.
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