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2014-2015: WHAT TO EXPECT?

Once again, it is the time of the year when NHL teams begin to open up camps, meaning hockey season is just around the corner! There have been many exciting moves in the offseason, which should help make for an interesting preseason and early regular season. 1,069 more words

2014-2015 Season

Which of the Edmonton Oilers’ defencemen makes the best first pass?

I have to admit, I was a little surprised when I saw the name of the Oilers’ most successful puck-moving defenceman through 50-odd games of 2013-14. 668 more words

Cult Of Hockey

Columnist: Schultz deal might complicate Avs' talks with RFA Barrie

Defenseman Tyson Barrie might have been very happy when the news broke that Justin Schultz had agreed to a one-year, $3.657 million contract with the Edmonton Oilers. 176 more words

Edmonton Oilers

Oilers' Schultz admits it's too early for Norris talk

Upon announcing the Edmonton Oilers’ compromise of a one-year deal with Justin Schultz, GM Craig MacTavish didn’t mince words: he stated his belief that the 24-year-old defenseman could win a Norris Trophy one day. 346 more words

Toronto Maple Leafs

Poll: What can the Devils expect from Larsson?

As a consistent contender for two decades (more or less), the New Jersey Devils rarely enjoy the luxury of drafting a high first-round pick. That fact only makes Adam Larsson’s relatively modest development that much more glaring to less patient types. 318 more words

New Jersey Devils

What if the Blue Jackets and Johansen don't reach a deal?

So what happens if the Columbus Blue Jackets and restricted free agent Ryan Johansen are unable to reach a deal prior to the start of training camp next month? 298 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Schultz gets $3.7 million, one-year deal from Oilers to prove himself

Justin Schultz isn’t a fully-formed No. 1 NHL defenceman just yet, so the Edmonton Oilers are giving him a chance to grow into one.

The Oilers agreed to terms with the 24-year-old on a US$3.675-million, one-year contract Friday that puts him in line to make him a restricted free agent again next off-season. 733 more words

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