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  1. Not to mention when Zadina remembers that he can score goals and becomes a 30 goal guy....
  2. Virtanen's contract to be bought out by Canucks Forward was placed on leave May 1 following allegations of sexual misconduct NHL.com @NHLdotcom Jake Virtanen will have the final season of his contract bought out by the Vancouver Canucks. The 24-year-old forward was placed on unconditional waivers Sunday for the purpose of a buyout, Canucks general manager Jim Benning confirmed. Virtanen, who will become an unrestricted free agent, scored five goals in 38 games this seas
  3. Wallstead, Lambos, Peart...not too shabby.
  4. VGK Select Forward Zach Dean In Round One Of The 2021 NHL Draft The forward recorded 20 points in 23 games for the Gatineau Olympiques of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League by Vegas Golden Knights @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com 1:23 AM VEGAS (July 23, 2021) - The Vegas Golden Knights selected forward Zach Dean 30th overall on the first day of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. The draft continues Saturday, July 24th at 8 a.m. PT. The forward recorded 20 points (10 G,
  5. Complete list of flames picks this year.... https://www.nhl.com/flames/news/2021-ram-draft-rundown/c-325699188
  6. Bruins select Defender Ryan Mast 181st overall SkyonAir 41 mins ago And so, a player leaves the Black and Gold, only to join the...Black...and Gold. Hey, whatever works. The Bruins have selected Defenseman Ryan Mast from the Sarnia Sting with their 6th rounder. Mast is an enormous, 6’4 and 190-pounder from Bloomfield, Missouri who actually had a pretty strong season with the Sting last year, only to watch his current season get completely eaten alive by the pandemic, whi
  7. The New York Rangers have selected goaltender Talyn Boyko in the fourth round at 112th overall. Boyko is the Rangers’ third pick of the fourth round, following forwards Brody Lamb at 104 and Kalle Väisänen at 106. NHL Central Scouting had him ranked 12th among North American goaltenders. He was the eighth goaltender taken in the draft and the second goaltender taken in the fourth round — the New Jersey Devils selected Jakub Málek at 100th overall. Boyko is a massive 6-foot-8 goaltender who played for the Tri-City Americ
  8. Center of Attention The Kraken's historic first-ever NHL Draft choice, Matty Beniers, is ideal selection for the hockey operations plan to build strong up the middle by Bob Condor / @ByBobCondor / nhl.com/kraken July 23, 2021 When the new Kraken player, center Matty Beniers, joined the University of Michigan NCAA Division I hockey team last fall, he was officially the youngest player on the squad. He didn't play like it. Beniers, the No. 2 pick in Friday's NHL Draft, impressed coaches and teammates with his all
  9. Reinhart traded to Panthers by Sabres Buffalo receives goalie prospect Levi, first-round pick for forward Reinhart traded to Panthers The Buffalo Sabres trade Sam Reinhart to the Florida Panthers for Devon Levi and a 2022 first-round draft pick 01:59 • July 20, 2021 Sam Reinhart was traded to the Florida Panthers by
  10. Makar signs six-year, $54 million contract with Avalanche Defenseman could have been restricted free agent July 28 NHL.com @NHLdotcom Cale Makar signed a six-year, $54 million contract with the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday. It has an average annual value of $9 million. The 22-year-old defenseman could have been a restricted free agent July 28. He scored 44 points (eight goals, 36 assists) in 44 regular-season games for the Avalanche this seaso
  11. The 2021 NHL Draft had a very maize and blue tint to it on Friday night. For the first time in more than 50 years, players from the same school were drafted No. 1 and No. 2 overall as Michigan defenseman Owen Power was selected with the No. 1 pick by the Buffalo Sabres, followed by fellow Wolverine Matthew Beniers being selected No. 2 by the expansion Seattle Kraken. The big night for U-M was far from over, as Michigan commit Luke Hughes was the No. 4 pick by the New Jersey Devils and center Kent Johnson was chosen No. 5 by the Colum
  12. Montreal Canadiens select Logan Mailloux in NHL draft despite teen's 2020 trouble in Sweden When he returned to North America, he found NHL teams asking about the incident in pre-draft interviews. After multiple media reports chronicling what happened in Sweden were published, a dozen teams vowed not to have Mailloux on their draft boards. Mailloux decided to "renounce" himself from the draft, in a highly unusual move, because he was still eligible to be drafted. "The NHL draft should be one of the most exciting landmark moments in a player's career, and given the circumstances, I
  13. Bruins Select Fabian Lysell 21st Overall In 2021 NHL Entry Draft Lysell appeared in 26 games with Lulea HF of the Swedish Hockey League in 2020-21 by Boston Bruins @NHLBruins / Boston Bruins July 23, 2021 BOSTON - Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today, July 23, that the team has selected forward Fabian Lysell in the first round (21st overall) of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. Lysell appeared in 26 games with Lulea HF of the Swedish Hockey League in 2020-21
  14. Flames select right-winger Coronato 13th overall in NHL entry draft Forward Matthew Coronato is the newest member of the Calgary Flames after the team picked him 13th overall in the NHL entry draft Friday. CALGARY — The Calgary Flames newest prospect is a bit of an animal — a bison, in fact. Matthew Coronato said he earned the nickname "The Bison" from the announcer and hockey operations staff during his time with the USHL's Chicago Steel. "I'm not exactly sure how they came up with it," said Coronato, who was picked 13th overall b
  15. PRO HOCKEY TALK | NBC SPORTS Select TeamSubscribe: Trade: Rangers send Pavel Buchnevich to Blues for Blais, pick By Sean LeahyJul 23, 2021, 4:38 PM EDT Bruce Bennett/Getty Images The Rangers and Blues swapped a pair of wingers on Friday with Pavel Buchnevich heading to St. Louis and Sammy Blais and a 2022 second-round pick going to New York. Buchnevich, 26, is set to become a restricted free agent with arbitration rights coming off a three
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