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Jets sign blue-liner Nogier to one-year contract
The Winnipeg Jets have re-signed minor league defenceman Nelson Nogier to a one-year, two-way contract. Nogier, a 23-year-old, right-shot blue-liner who has played 11 NHL games but has not recorded a point, has played most of the last three ...
Canadiens' Carey Price won't have to babysit Keith Kinkaid as backup
Carey Price made it very clear he doesn’t want to have to babysit a backup goalie. That wasn’t good news for Canadiens goalie prospects Charlie Lindgren, Michael McNiven and Cayden Primeau, but it was great news for Keith Kinkaid, who ...
Senators sign first-rounder Lassi Thomson to three-year deal
The Ottawa Senators have signed defenceman Lassi Thomson, their first-round pick from last month’s NHL Draft, to a three-year, entry-level contract. Thomson, 18, was selected 19th overall by the Senators. From Tampere, Finland, he spent last ...
Jets sign first-round draft pick Heinola to entry-level contract
The Winnipeg Jets have signed 2019 first-round draft pick Ville Heinola to a three-year, entry-level contract. The 18-year-old Finnish defenceman, who was taken 20 th overall in the NHL Draft last month in Vancouver, will make an average annual ...
WHAT THE PUCK: Just how great is the Canadiens' prospects pool?
Every time anyone dares to question Quebec’s Royal Family, aka the Montreal Canadiens, the rose-coloured-glasses set has one ready-made response. You say they have barely played in the playoffs for years. They say: ‘Yeah but look at all ...
Maple Leafs' William Nylander hopes switch to 88 brings luck
William Nylander hopes a new number means a fresh start. After a decidedly sub-par season, the Maple Leafs winger announced Monday he was changing from 29 to 88, a number he had in his early career in Sweden. As a rookie with the Leafs he wore No. ...
Maple Leafs make a minor deal, sending Dakota Joshua to St. Louis
The Maple Leafs made a minor trade on Friday, sending unsigned draft pick Dakota Joshua to the St. Louis Blues for future considerations. Joshua, drafted 128th overall by the Leafs in 2014, then signed a two-year entry-level deal with the ...
Flames announcer Beesley falls off stage at RoundUp, breaks 'majority of his ribs'
Calgary Flames announcer Beesley went to the hospital after falling off the stage at RoundUp Music Fest on Wednesday night. Global News reported that his family told the station that Beesley broke “the majority of his ribs,” his ...
WHAT THE PUCK: This Canadiens team does not look like a playoff team
Is this it? Is Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin done shopping? It sure feels like it. On Thursday, the Habs signed restricted free agents Joel Armia and Artturi Lehkonen , with Armia inking for $5.2 million over two years and ...
'I know I can still play a lot better,' Canadiens' Artturi Lehkonen says
A lot was expected from Artturi Lehkonen after his impressive rookie season with the Canadiens. Lehkonen posted 18-10-28 totals in 73 games during the 2016-17 season, finishing tied with Alexander Radulov for third on the team in goals, trailing ...