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Washington Capitals: The Price of a Top-Four Defenseman

SBN: Japers' Rink (ThePeerless) — While trade rumors around Mike Green continue to swirl, a look at history tells us that trading someone like him may not yield as much as some people might hope. In these dog days of summer, when we are tired of thinking about where the Washington Capitals will host the Winter Classic next January, and the buffet of unrestricted free agents is pretty much picked over, thoughts turn to the...
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GMs should learn to shop smarter (What We Learned) (Puck Daddy)

The View From Section 317 (Yahoo! Sports - NHL - New York Islanders News) — ( Hello, this is a feature that will run through the entire season and aims to recap the weekend’s events and boils those events down to one admittedly superficial fact or stupid opinion about each team. Feel free to complain about it.) Tanner Glass and Lee Stempniak are teammates again, for the first time since spring, and second time since 2004-05. That year, they played together at...
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GMs should learn to shop smarter (What We Learned)

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Ryan Lambert) — ( Hello, this is a feature that will run through the entire season and aims to recap the weekend’s events and boils those events down to one admittedly superficial fact or stupid opinion about each team. Feel free to complain about it.) Tanner Glass and Lee Stempniak are teammates again, for the first time since spring, and second time since 2004-05. That year, they played together at...
  • 22 hr 56 min ago

Flames All-Time Countdown Chapter LXXXVI: 124-121

Matchsticks and Gasoline (Kevin Kraczkowski) — Tonight's article features right winger Shean Donovan, goaltender Dwayne Roloson, defenseman Michel Petit, and left winger Steve Bozek. 124. Shean Donovan Donovan, a 6’3", 218 lb. right winger from Timmins, Ontario, was born on January 22nd, 1975. He spent three and a half seasons at the junior level in the OHL, with the Ottawa 67’s, scoring 97 goals with 99 assists in 215 contests...
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Senators by the Numbers: #97

SBN: Silver Seven (Amelia L) — This post marks the end of a long-running Silver Seven series. Matt Gilroy D 2011-2012 Born in North Bellmore, New York in 1984, Gilroy was undrafted after four years with Boston University. A three-time All-American, he won the Hobey Baker Award and an NCAA championship in his final college season. A sought-after college free agent, he signed a two-year deal with the New York...
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The Hater's Guide to the 2014 Offseason: Metropolitan Division

On the Forecheck (Dan Bradley) — It's not that there are some very bad teams in this division. There are teams that aren't very good and just don't know it yet. That's why this may be our favorite division; it's a hilarious display of excess and bad guidance. Simply covering this division makes SB Nation one of the internet's truly great networks. So enjoy. We're listing these alphabetically, which is pretty obvious when...
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2014 Report Card: Dan Girardi

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Mike Murphy "Dig Deep") — A look back at Girardi's 2013-14 season. What most of us will remember about Dan Girardi's year is the contract extension he signed and how concerned we all were with the growing fear that he was, in fact, overrated and overvalued. This was a strange thing for a lot of us to come to terms with because it felt as if Dan Girardi had been underrated for most of his career. So, what do we make...
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Flames All-Time Countdown Chapter LXXXIV: 132-129

Matchsticks and Gasoline (Kevin Kraczkowski) — We get up to the 84th Chapter of the countdown with defensemen Igor Kravchuk, Jamie Huscroft, Dennis Wideman, and Rob Ramage. 132. Igor Kravchuk Kravchuk, a 6’1", 205 lb. defenseman from Ufa, Russia, was born on September 13th, 1966. He played five seasons with Ufa Salavat Yalayev starting in 1982-83, between their top club and the second team. In a total of 123 games, he totaled...
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Fantasy Hockey: The fantasy spin on this summer’s free agent signings (Puck Daddy)

The View From Section 317 (Yahoo! Sports - NHL - New York Islanders News) — With the first two-plus weeks of free agency officially in the rearview mirror, we can compare and contrast the dozens of UFA deals to get a true feel for which teams should be patting themselves on the back (or suffering from buyer’s remorse) and which agents might be getting a shiny new Rolex come holiday time (or settling for the gift that keeps on giving the whole year ). The Rich...
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Fantasy Hockey: The fantasy spin on this summer's free agent signings

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Dobber Hockey) — With the first two-plus weeks of free agency officially in the rearview mirror, we can compare and contrast the dozens of UFA deals to get a true feel for which teams should be patting themselves on the back (or suffering from buyer’s remorse) and which agents might be getting a shiny new Rolex come holiday time (or settling for the gift that keeps on giving the whole year ). The Rich Don’t...
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Flames All-Time Countdown Chapter LXXXIII: 136-133

Matchsticks and Gasoline (Kevin Kraczkowski) — Tonight's recap focuses on defensemen Chris Butler and Larry Carriere, right winger Chuck Kobasew, and goaltender Karri Ramo. 136. Larry Carriere Carriere, a 6’1", 190 lb. defenseman, was born on Montreal, Quebec on January 30th, 1952. The Buffalo Sabres selected him in the second round of the 1972 NHL Amateur Draft with the 25th pick off the board. Carriere played three...
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BizNasty talks future; black and neon green All-Star jerseys?; Lucic fights 'round the world (Puck Headlines)

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Sean Leahy) — Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. #stanleycup is clean and ready to head back to North America to finish world tour @HockeyHallFame @NHL @lakingspr pic.twitter.com/Qc2qM9uwqS — Philip Pritchard (@keeperofthecup) July 16, 2014 • The Stanley...
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Weekly Watercooler: UFA Roundup & O'Reilly Saga Continues

Mile High Hockey (A.J. Haefele) — Cole and AJ sit down to talk about what happened in free agency and where to go with constant contractual headache Ryan O'Reilly. Hokay! We're back with what is likely to become a weekly thing (during the season, anyway) as Cole and I touch upon some of the big topics regarding the Avs and around the NHL. Seeing as how not a lot has happened in the last 10 days, we're going all the way back...
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The Hater's Guide to the 2014 Offseason: Atlantic Division

On the Forecheck (Dan Bradley) — As a hockey fan, chances are that you hate more teams than you like. This is especially true in today's NHL, where new vibrant cities are in the same divisions and conferences as the old crummy cities that have "tradition" and stuff. That doesn't mean you have to like them. And to cater to the simple mind of the drive-by hockey fans, we here at OTF have created this list for you to base your...
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Lombardi signs two-year deal to return to NHL

Bergen The Rangers have agreed to terms with veteran NHL center Matthew Lombardi, 32, who spent last season with Geneve Servette in the Swiss-A League.Lombardi, who reportedly agreed to a two-year deal worth $1.6 million, gives the Rangers more depth in the middle. Derek Stepan, restricted free agent Derick Brassard and re-signed unrestricted free agent Dominic Moore would be the three returning...
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