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Wickenheiser heads six-member Hockey Hall of Fame class

Former Canadian women's star Hayley Wickenheiser headlines the six-player class chosen to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Tuesday.Former NHL players Guy Carbonneau, Sergei Zubov and Vaclav Nedomansky also were selected. Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford and Boston College coach Jerry York were chosen under the builders category.The six

Follow the money: Salary cap could spawn NHL trade frenzy

Matt Niskanen wasn't totally shocked when the Washington Capitals traded him to Philadelphia last week.One look at their salary cap picture explained it.''I know what kind of situation Washington was in, so I knew there was a possibility,'' he said.General managers say there is more trade chatter now than at

Mock Draft 3.0

Since we last saw one another, not much has happened in the hockey world, but also everything happened in the hockey world. The St. Louis Blues won their first Stanley Cup title. Around 1.5 million people showed up for the parade. The Carolina Hurricanes’ AHL franchise, the Charlotte Checkers, won

What Went Wrong: Vancouver Canucks

What Went Wrong is our annual series where we look at the teams that failed to make the playoffs. Over the coming weeks, we’ll go through them team-by-team, discuss how their season went and then highlight the players that either significantly underperformed in 2018-19 or that they’ll need more from

Rangers agree to terms with D Reunanen

The New York Rangers agreed to terms Wednesday on an entry-level contract with defenseman Tarmo Reunanen.Reunanen, 21, has played in 93 games over the past three seasons in Liiga, the top professional league in Finland. He had six goals and 19 assists with 40 penalty minutes this past season for

Mock Draft 2.0

Welcome to Mock Draft two of three. Since the last mock, the hockey season has been whittled down to its nubs. The NHL is down to the Stanley Cup Final and I am writing, the Bruins and the Blues are knotted at one game apiece. Outside of those two teams,

Undersized Hughes stands out as top NHL draft prospect

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Dan Marr will never forget the first time Jack Hughes landed on his radar as a potential top NHL draft prospect.It happened last summer, when the NHL Central Scouting director was attending a skills camp in Toronto.After listing New Jersey's Taylor Hall, Edmonton's Connor McDavid and

What Went Wrong: Edmonton Oilers

What Went Wrong is our annual series where we look at the teams that failed to make the playoffs. Over the coming weeks, we’ll go through them team-by-team, discuss how their season went and then highlight the players that either significantly underperformed in 2018-19 or that they’ll need more from

Friday Sports in Brief

GOLFFARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) -- Brooks Koepka backed up his record-tying 63 in the first round of the PGA Championship with a round that put him in a league of his own. With three birdies in a four-hole stretch at the start and at the end, the defending champion posted a

Rangers assistant GM Jim Schoenfeld resigns

NEW YORK (AP) -- Jim Schoenfeld has resigned as vice president and assistant general manager of the New York Rangers.The former NHL defenseman and coach spent 17 seasons in the Rangers' organization, serving in a variety of roles. He spent most of that time as general manager of the AHL's

NHL Mock Draft 1.0

As I write these words, April is winding down. The first round of the NHL playoffs are behind us. So, too, is the NHL Draft Lottery. The first period of the opening game of the second round series between Colorado and San Jose has just ended with the Avalanche and

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