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26 May 19
Core Developments

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26 May 19
Winnipeg Sun

A dollar figure that made sense and the allure of returning to a familiar place. For Laurent Brossoit, who signed a one-year, $1.225-million contract with the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday, it was, in his words, an easy sell. “It goes a long way to play with the same guys for more than one year,” said […]

26 May 19
Ottawa Sun

As players they were about as different as it gets. The high-scoring defenceman from the OHL-turned-first-rounder of the Chicago Blackhawks who, mostly because of knee injuries, only played three dozen NHL games, and the brawling left winger from the WHL, deemed not even worthy of a last pick, who went on to dress for more […]

25 May 19
NoVa Caps

Photo: Sports Interaction Blog Canada advanced to the Gold Medal game against Finland with a 5-1 victory over the Czech Republic in the World Championship semifinal on Saturday afternoon. Washington Capitals forward Jakub Vrana drew back into the lineup for the Czechs after being a healthy scratch in their 5-1 win in the quarterfinal against Germany, […]

25 May 19
Update News Portal

Laurent Brossoit agreed to terms on a one-year, $1.225 million contract with the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday.  The 26-year-old goalie could have become a restricted free agent July 1. Brossoit went 10-0-1 in his first 11 starts with the Jets this season and established an NHL career high in games played (21), starts (19) and […]

25 May 19
Update News Portal

Five players from Boston’s current roster were on its 2011 championship team: forwards Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci and Brad Marchand, defenseman Zdeno Chara and goalie Tuukka Rask. The Bruins reached the Stanley Cup Final in 2013, with defenseman Torey Krug joining Bergeron, Krejci, Marchand, Chara and Rask for that run in his rookie season. Boston […]

25 May 19
Edmonton Journal

At this year’s Memorial Cup, we got to see just how far Dmitri Samorukov has come as a profesional prospect, but also how far he has to go to become an NHLer. Samorukov was named second star in his final game of the season, as his Guelph Storm were knocked out of the Memorial Cup […]

25 May 19
Arcynewsy

So, there was not even a cloud of smoke to signal the coronation of Dave Tippett. This does not mean that the former head coach of Arizona and Dallas does not come here, but GM Ken Holland, who met Tippett on Thursday in Vancouver, does not yet have his name on a contract. And it's […]

25 May 19
News Directory

The Red Sox of Blue Jays broke on Thursday, 8-2. Ryan Weber started the spot. The Bruins had an intrasquad scrubbing before a Gardening crowd packed in preparation for the Stanley Final (Game 1 is on the Monday). And Saturday, the New England Revolution D.C. United by Gillette Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:30 pm. […]

25 May 19
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24 May 19
Global News

Joakim Nygard was the second-leading goal scorer in the Swedish League.

24 May 19
National Post

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Oilers have signed forward Joakim Nygard to a one-year, entry-level contract. Nygard, 26, has just completed his seventh season in the Swedish Hockey League, all with Farjestad BK. The six-foot, 179-pound native of Stockholm, Sweden had 35 points (21 goals, 14 assists) in 52 games last season. He added 10 points […]

24 May 19
Edmonton Sun

So, there’s been no puff of smoke to signal Dave Tippett’s coaching coronation yet. It doesn’t mean the former Arizona and Dallas head coach isn’t coming here, but GM Ken Holland, who met with Tippett Thursday in Vancouver, doesn’t have his name on a contract yet. And it’s not like Tippett is the only candidate […]

24 May 19
OILERSNATION
Welcome, friends, to a brand spankin’ new episode of Oilersnation Radio, the award winning podcast that covers all things Edmonton Oilers and anything else that’s going on in the world of hockey. This week, we speak to Hart from PuckPedia.com, broke down the Joakim Nygard signing, looked at Dave Tippett, and said goodbye to our beloved Chris the Intern. To start off this week’s podcast, we were lucky to welcome Hart from PuckPedia.com to discuss the new partnership that was formed between his killer cap resource site and The Nation Network. We dove into his reasons for starting the site, why the site is different from any of the other cap resources available, and why he felt like hooking up with the Nation is the right play going forward. From there, we got into the Oilers’ signing Joakim Nygard to an entry-level contract and tried to predict what he’ll do with the team in 2019-20. In other Oilers news, we broke down the report that Dave Tippett is on the verge of being announced as the 16th coach in franchise history and whether or not there is a chance that the deal will fall through. Lastly, we say goodbye to Chris the Intern as today was his last day working at Nation HQ. It’s been a hell of a run and we wanted to make sure to give him the send off he deserves. Check out this week’s podcast below: Oilersnation Radio is brought to you by Sherwood Ford and POG!! Subscribe to Oilersnation Radio for FREE on Soundcloud here, on iTunes and on Google Play (coming soon). Oilersnation Radio is proudly brought to you by our friends at Sherwood Ford, friends to vehicle lovers everywhere. We also welcome Pog as a sponsor to help us purify our lives with their all-natural deodorizer. Previous Episodes: Trading Darnell Nurse, defense pile-up, and Nugent Hopkins’ winger Ken Holland in, Ken Hitchcock out, and the NHL playoffs McCrimmon out, remaining positive, and a potential Lucic trade Oilers off season plans, GM talks, and the Stanley Cup Playoffs Happy Connorversary, Cooom is a traitor, and the NHL playoffs