Sven Baertschi never quite fit in the plans for the Calgary Flames, but the 22-year-old winger has signed a one-year, one-way deal with Vancouver that should give him a good shot at sticking with the Canucks. In 69 NHL games, Baertschi has 10 goals and 30 points. More
The Canucks' Brandon Sutter acquisition continues a bizarre summer of mixed messaging. What is this franchise's identity?
The Philadelphia Flyers announced Tuesday afternoon the signing of Sean Couturier to a six-year, $26 million extension that will begin in 2016-17. Couturier, 22, has scored 45 goals and 118 points in 287 games since being drafted eighth overall by the Flyers in 2011.
Minnesota Wild blueliner Matt Dumba is set to change to No. 24 next season, but before he made the switch official, he got in touch with the family of former Wild fan favorite Derek Boogaard. Boogaard, who passed away in 2011, wore the number for five seasons in Minnesota.
The AHL’s San Diego Gulls haven’t yet announced an official reveal date for their jerseys, but EA Sports took care of showing them off to the world. In a new video promoting NHL 16, San Diego’s jerseys are on display following a post-game celebration.
The Pittsburgh Penguins made a splash Tuesday morning, shipping Brandon Sutter to the Vancouver Canucks for a package that included Nick Bonino. Shortly thereafter, the team announced the signing of Eric Fehr to a three-year, $6 million deal. Both moves address the Penguins' depth.
A Swedish third division team will march in Stockholm’s Pride Parade and is encouraging other teams to follow their lead. The club, Kiruna IF, was the first team in Sweden’s sports history to receive LGBT-certification as a supporter of the community.
The Chicago Blackhawks want to bring back Marcus Kruger and the 25-year-old center is looking for a long-term deal. Problem is the Blackhawks don’t have the cap space to make it happen. However, according to a report, Kruger may consider a short-term deal if he’s still without a contract in August.
Derek Stepan has prepared himself in the event of another lockout with his new six-year, $39 million contract. Whether teams take the ice to start the 2020-21 season or not, Stepan will take home $3 million. Stepan’s contract structure could change the way contracts are negotiated in the future.
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