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The Calgary Flames would prefer not to have Sam Bennett in the NHL as an 18-year-old. But when he was their best player in two recent pre-season games, it has stirred debate. Should he stay or should he go?
Last year we picked the St. Louis Blues to win the Stanley Cup, but while we're not going to take that leap again, we still think this team can take down the Central Division in the regular season. They have depth and they have defense - can the goaltenders hold up?
Canadiens defenseman Jarred Tinordi was ejected from a game Sunday – and Adam Proteau says that, while the hit turned out to be clean, the changing mindset toward head injuries in the NHL means referees need to err on the side of caution on borderline hits.
Things aren't always straight-forward with the New York Islanders. That's true of the scoreboard in their soon-to-be-home, Barclay Center in Brooklyn. The Jumbotron hangs off-center for hockey.
With his contract set to expire in the summer of 2016, Steven Stamkos will have double-digit offers on the table from around the league. What will the Lightning have to do to keep No. 91 in Tampa Bay?
The Boston Bruins were tight against the cap with two key RFAs still to sign. The only way they could get both is if they agreed to below-market value deals - and Monday, Torey Krug and Reilly Smith did just that. But next season, it'll cost the Bruins to keep them.
Josh Wesley may play defense like his Stanley Cup-winning dad Glen, but the Plymouth Whalers blueliner also has a great offensive dimension, which he proved by scoring an amazing goal in the Ontario League.
Playing in a fantasy pool that includes forwards, D-men and goalies? Matt Larkin offers a definitive top 200 list for draft day.
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