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If history is to be believed, the Edmonton Oilers and Buffalo Sabres should temper their expectations for the 2015-16 season. Even with generational talents in Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, it’s bound to take some time before either rookie makes a big impact on the fate of their NHL club.
The Arizona Coyotes have avoided arbitration with Mikkel Boedker, reaching a one-year, $3.75 million deal with the left winger. Boedker scored 14 goals and 28 points in 45 games this past season, but missed the final 37 games of the campaign after having his spleen removed.
The sublime Russian sniper just inked an eight-year, $60 million deal to stay with the franchise long-term. Now, it's up to the Blues to grow around him into a serious contender.
The NHL expansion process is underway and it could cost those groups seeking a new franchise upwards of $500 million. On top of the expansion fees, teams will need to pay $1 million simply to apply for a club and it appears one potential expansion city has already been priced out.
The Edmonton Oilers have filed for arbitration with defenseman Justin Schultz. The 25-year-old defenseman has spent the past three seasons with the Oilers, but his production has slipped each season. In 2014-15, on a one-year, $3.675 million deal, Schultz scored six goals and 31 points.
Monday evening, the Edmonton Oilers acquired goaltender Anders Nilsson from the Chicago Blackhawks and promptly signed him to a one-year, $1 million deal. The thing is, though, the deal is one-way, which means it’s NHL or bust for Nilsson. Could this mean the end in Edmonton for netminder Ben Scrivens?
The young center's new pact gives Washington a great top-six center for little cost, while allowing the Russian to prove he's worth a bigger payday two years from now.
The Ottawa Senators unveiled a new secondary logo for their 25th anniversary and to say Senators fans didn’t approve would be an understatement. The critics derided the logo, which features the primary emblem floating above text and roman numerals.
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