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News for Hockey

Panthers view Bobrovsky signing as needed element for return to playoffs
After the NHL Draft, free agency and other offseason moves, NHL.com is taking a look at where each team stands. Today, the Florida Panthers: The Florida Panthers made one of the biggest splashes this ...

Nylander to cover jersey change fee for fans to switch to new No. 88
William Nylander wants fans to have his new number on their jerseys. He's even willing to pay for it. The Toronto Maple Leafs forward announced he would pay for fans to get the up-to-date version ...

Heinola signs three-year, entry-level contract with Jets
Ville Heinola, the No. 20 pick in the 2019 NHL Draft, signed a three-year, $3.42 million contract with the Winnipeg Jets on Monday. It has an average annual value of $1.14 million. The 18-year-old ...

Thomson signs three-year, entry-level contract with Senators
Lassi Thomson, the No. 19 pick of the 2019 NHL Draft, signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Ottawa Senators on Monday. Financial terms were not released. The 18-year-old defenseman had 41 ...

Oilers aim for stability with new GM Holland, coach Tippett
After the NHL Draft, free agency and other offseason moves, NHL.com is taking a look at where each team stands. Today, the Edmonton Oilers: The Edmonton Oilers are hoping that patience and stability ...

Burakovsky signs one-year contract with Avalanche
Andre Burakovsky signed a one-year contract with the Colorado Avalanche on Monday. Financial terms were not released. The forward, who was a restricted free agent, was traded to the Avalanche by the ...

Carnegie could have been first black NHL player, letter shows
Larry Berman was so excited about winning an important piece of hockey history at auction recently that he couldn't keep it. For $240, Berman obtained the August 1948 letter the New York Rangers sent ...

Pietrangelo enjoys round of golf with Stanley Cup
Alex Pietrangelo spent Sunday morning playing golf with family, friends and a special guest. Tweet from @StLouisBlues: Dude c'mon we don't have all day. #stlblues #StanleyCup ...

Cozens signs three-year, entry-level contract with Sabres
Dylan Cozens, the No. 7 pick of the 2019 NHL Draft, signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Buffalo Sabres on Monday. Financial terms were not released. The 18-year-old forward led ...

Holmstrom agrees to three-year, entry-level contract with Islanders
Simon Holmstrom, the No. 23 pick of the 2019 NHL Draft, agreed to terms on a three-year, entry-level contract with the New York Islanders on Monday. Financial terms were not released. The 18-year-old ...

Bjornfot impressing Kings with two-way game
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Tobias Bjornfot was selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2019 NHL Draft as much for how he leads as how he plays. To the 18-year-old defenseman, chosen with the No. 22 pick, ...

Blue Jackets fan tries 'Bottle Cap Challenge' gets amazing result
Sometimes, you have to just throw the puck at the water bottle and good things happen. Wyatt Gernert, an 11-year-old hockey player from Dublin, Ohio, was attempting the viral "Bottle Cap Challenge," ...