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What’s the best trade destination for Evander Kane? Greg Wyshynski, senior writer: I’m a sci-fi geek, and part of being one is the suspension of disbelief. If you’re stressing about explosions that make sound in space, you’re probably not going to enjoy “The Last Jedi.” Yet I can’t apply the same lack of logic to
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2:52 PM ET Emily KaplanESPN A recap of the Pyeongchang men’s and women’s hockey tournaments, with a focus on Team USA’s gold medal quests. Three Stars 1. Jan Mursak, F, Slovenia He’s the only Slovenian player with NHL experience (46 career games with the Detroit Red Wings) and my, oh my, did he come up
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9:33 PM ET Emily KaplanESPN Seattle has officially applied to be the NHL’s 32nd team. The paperwork — plus a $10 million down payment — arrived Tuesday, nearly two months after commissioner Gary Bettman authorized an ownership group, the Oak View Group, to conduct a season-ticket drive in Seattle and invited the city to apply
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Feb 13, 2018 Emily KaplanESPN Last season was a tumultuous one for NHL coaches. On Nov. 27, 2016, Gerard Gallant stood by the loading dock of PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina, luggage in tow, waiting for a cab. He had just been fired as coach of the Florida Panthers. Claude Julien, who won a
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OTTAWA, Ontario — Tom Anselmi is out as the Ottawa Senators‘ president and CEO. The team said Friday that Anselmi, who was hired Jan. 27, 2017, will be “vacating his position.” The Senators also announced a three-year extension for general manager Pierre Dorion, saying the team’s goal remains to win a Stanley Cup. “Having come
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Feb 9, 2018 Greg WyshynskiESPN The Canadian Forces National Investigation Service charged former NHL player Dave “Tiger” Williams with sexual assault on Wednesday. According to the NIS, the charges are related to reported incidents during a Canadian Armed Forces flight to Latvia in December for a “sanctioned morale visit” to armed forces personnel overseas. Williams,
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9:22 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN Ottawa Senators forward Alex Burrows was suspended 10 games for a kneeing incident against New Jersey Devils winger Taylor Hall that the National Hockey League Department of Player Safety called a “dangerous and unjustifiable attack.” Burrows was assessed with minor penalties for cross-checking and roughing Hall with 10 minute, 2
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