The Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks have come to terms on extensions with two of their recent acquisitions. Kevin Bieksa and the Ducks have signed a two-year deal, while the Blackhawks and Artem Anisimov came to terms on a five-year contract. More
Wednesday signals the opening of free agency and, while it may not be a bumper crop of players available, there are still a few names who can be impact players next season. Defensemen Mike Green, Andrej Sekera and Cody Franson highlight whats available on the blueline, and there’s potential to be some steals when it comes to depth forwards.
According to multiple reports, former Los Angeles Kings center Mike Richards is under investigation following an alleged incident at the Canada-U.S. border on June 17. Richards’ contract was terminated by the Kings Monday following what the club called a “material breach.”
After acquiring goaltender Martin Jones from the Boston Bruins Tuesday afternoon, the San Jose Sharks announced they have locked up the netminder to a three-year, $9 million deal. Jones, 25, has a 1.99 GAA, .923 SP and seven shutouts in 34 NHL games.
Which team will land the big fish? We've got you covered throughout the off-season with our Free Agent Tracker. Check out which unrestricted free agent has signed where and stay on top of all the latest signings.
The Kevin Bieksa trade saga is no more, as the Vancouver Canucks finally dealt their veteran defenseman to the Anaheim Ducks.
At first glance, it’s pretty tempting to look at the return Chicago Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman got for Brandon Saad and deem it to be underwhelming. Like, really underwhelming.
In the most shocking news this off-season, the Chicago Blackhawks have dealt Brandon Saad and two prospects to the Columbus Blue Jackets for a package that includes Artem Anisimov, Marko Dano, Jeremy Morin, Corey Tropp and a draft pick. Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman said the club and Saad were never close on a deal.
Free agency opens tomorrow, and THN breaks down which players offer the best value and which players you should hope your favorite team stays away from. While there may not be many big-name players available on July 1, one good signing -- or one bad signing -- could change a team's fate for the upcoming campaign.
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