Blackhawks Morning Links- Big Moves
The Chicago Blackhawks are sitting pretty quiet now as the free agency period creeps closer and closer, and yet the NHL wasn't quiet yesterday afternoon with some blockbuster franchise altering moves being made. Wednesday afternoon was a crazy time ...
Five possible Blackhawks targets in free agency
The Blackhawks enter free agency, which opens Friday, with a bit of salary-cap space given that they passed on re-signing Andrew Shaw. Shortly after trading Shaw to the ... Could a third trip to Chicago be in the cards for Versteeg? Crazier things have ...
NHL Rumors: Hurricanes, Stars and Blackhawks
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Tom Gulitti: It doesn't sound like the door isn't completely closed on Eric Staal returning to Carolina, but at the moment he's looking at other options. He's been talking to other teams, but he's not ruling out the Hurricanes if they show interest in ...
Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- No Way Possible
Well after a couple of days of thinking about it, for the second straight year the Chicago Blackhawks General Manager Stan Bowman at least got something for a player that had priced himself way out of Chicago salary cap hell they currently reside in ...
Stash or Trash: Viktor Stalberg
After being bought out of his contract with the Nashville Predators, the rugged winger Viktor Stalberg took his talents to Broadway to play with the New York Rangers. The contract he signed on July 1st was a one-year deal worth $1.1 million. Most ...
Russian forward Pavel Buchnevich looking to make Rangers
GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) Pavel Buchnevich is ready to play for the New York Rangers. The 21-year-old Russian left wing believes it and so do the Rangers. It's why he is attending the team's prospects camp this week at their Westchester practice rink.
New York Rangers are risking the future for title run
The New York Rangers have spent the past five seasons chasing after the ultimate prize, The Stanley Cup, but have had their seasons end in heartbreak every time. The Rangers have routinely shuffled their roster in search of a championship formula.
New York Rangers Dodge A Bullet As Stamkos Stays In Tampa Bay
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The New York Rangers dodged a bullet today, as Bob McKenzie has reported that Steven Stamkos has decided to stay in Tampa Bay. New York Rangers' fans can rest easy tonight, as Steven Stamkos has decided to stay with the Tampa Bay Lightning, as ...