Edmonton big winner, insanity big loser in Free Agent Frenzy

By Ken Campbell

The same day Connor McDavid wore his Edmonton Oiler colors for the first time ever on the ice, his bosses were upstairs going about the process of giving him some legitimate NHL players to surround him. More

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    NHL Free Agent Tracker 2015

    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.

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    NWHL to hold first Canadian-based free agent camps

    The National Women’s Hockey League is holding its first run of training camps in Canada next week and are looking to sign free agents from the camps. From July 6 to 9, camps will take place in Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa and Windsor, with former national team camp attendees vying for NWHL roster spots.

  • The Bakersfield Condors' new jerseys take after their NHL affiliate, the Edmonton Oilers, with a crisp blue and orange. (via Bakersfield Condors)

    Bakersfield Condors unveil AHL jerseys, awesome secondary logo

    The Bakersfield Condors are going to look good next season. The club revealed their jerseys for the upcoming campaign and the updated logo looks great on Oilers blue and orange. The team also unveiled a great secondary logo that will be used as a shoulder patch.

  • Sheldon Souray (Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

    Sheldon Souray, Scott Clemmensen announce retirements

    The NHL said goodbye to two veterans yesterday, as Sheldon Souray and Scott Clemmensen announced their retirements. Both drafted by the New Jersey Devils, Souray ends his career as a member of the Anaheim Ducks while Clemmensen hangs up his skates as a Devil, but will remain with the club as a goaltending coach.

  • Jakub Voracek

    Report: Flyers, Voracek to begin contract discussions soon

    Philadelphia Flyers GM Ron Hextall said he hopes to begin contract talks with star winger Jakub Voracek soon. In 2014-15, Voracek opened the season on a tear and ended the campaign with 22 goals and a career-best 81 points. According to a report, it’s believed Voracek could earn $7 million per season in his next deal.

  • Daniel Winnik (Jana Chytilova/Freestyle Photo/Getty Images)

    Maple Leafs bring Daniel Winnik back into fold on two-year deal

    The Maple Leafs have brought Daniel Winnik back to Toronto on a two-year deal. Winnik played 58 games with the Maple Leafs in 2014-15, but was shipped to the Pittsburgh Penguins at the trade deadline for Zach Sill and two draft picks. Winnik registered a career best nine goals and 34 points this past season.

  • Justin Williams (Photo by Juan Ocampo/NHLI via Getty Images)

    Washington signs Justin Williams; is he the missing puzzle piece?

    The three-time Stanley Cup champion is known as 'Mr. Game 7,' which will come in handy for a franchise that has seen its offense dry up at the worst times in recent years.

  • Antoine Vermette

    Antoine Vermette returns to Arizona Coyotes for two years, $7.5 million

    Arizona's re-signing of Antoine Vermette may seem strange at first, but the more you think about it, the more it makes sense.

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