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RALEIGH, N.C. — The Carolina Hurricanes have activated center Jordan Staal from injured reserve. Where will Artemi Panarin land? How many first-round picks will be traded? Which team will “win” the deadline? Our panel checks in. Kevin Hayes to the Jets? Mark Stone to the Predators? These trades might not happen — but they should.
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One potential trade chip appears to be off the market heading into Monday’s deadline, with multiple reports saying forward Jakob Silfverberg and the Anaheim Ducks have reached agreement on a five-year extension. The 28-year-old’s new deal carries an annual average value of over $5 million, according to reports. The Ducks had indicated for months that
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The Devils gave the first 9,000 fans in attendance at Tuesday night’s home game against the Pittsburgh Penguins a “David Puddy” bobblehead. Puddy was the “Seinfeld” character portrayed by Patrick Warburton, who painted his face in Devils colors in an episode and shouted “We’re the Devils!” Warburton, while dressed as Puddy, dropped the puck between
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10:47 AM ET Emily KaplanESPN Carolina Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon made a $250 million investment into the upstart Alliance of American Football and will become the league’s new chairman. The Athletic reported that the league was in danger of not making payroll on Friday, before Dundon’s investment. AAF co-founder Charlie Ebersol dismissed reports that the
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10:30 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN Next week is Hockey Week Across America, beginning with Hockey Day In America on Sunday, Feb. 18. This week includes one of my favorite annual rites: “Wear Your Favorite Jersey Day,” in which fans are encouraged to wear their hockey jerseys to work or school or perhaps around the house,
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12:31 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN The boldest move at the NHL trade deadline is usually no move at all. But that means ignoring the siren’s song of trading the future for the present and the allure of finding that final piece to complete the puzzle a team has meticulously constructed for months — or at
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Each week, this column will highlight NHL prospect and 2019 draft-eligible player news, with a close eye on U.S. men’s college hockey, and share some thoughts from recent prospect viewings as we look ahead to June’s 2019 NHL draft. The college hockey world turns its attention to Boston on Monday for the 67th Beanpot final,
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WASHINGTON — Alex Ovechkin has passed Sergei Fedorov as the top-scoring Russian player in NHL history. The Washington Capitals captain picked up his 1,180th point on T.J. Oshie‘s goal that opened the scoring Tuesday in Washington’s 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks. Ovechkin broke the record in his 1,055th game, 193 games fewer than Fedorov
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