Robin Lehner, the Ottawa Senators goaltender of the future, has been signed to a three year deal worth almost $7 million with an average cap hit of $2.225 million ($1.5 M, $2.025 M, $3.15 M). 155 more words
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With a salary arbitration hearing scheduled for Friday, the Canadiens and restricted free-agent defenceman P.K. 490 more words
It’s not easy cheering for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who last won a Stanley Cup in 1967 and are ritually ridiculed by fans and detractors alike for having the longest championship drought in the NHL. 129 more words
This boarded-up Vancouver home is a shambles and is due for the wrecking ball. Asking price: $25.8-million
VANCOUVER — The four-bedroom house on Vancouver’s leafy Belmont Avenue — home to moguls and low-key gazillionaires — is covered in graffiti, some of it rather obscene. 809 more words
Back when Trevor Linden was a player, any off ice issues he might have run into were fairly self contained. For example, if he chose to not sign an autograph or two, sure, the fans might be upset, but the situation would pretty much die right there. 468 more words
MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens avoided arbitration with centre Lars Eller, agreeing to terms of a four-year contract with the 25-year-old Dane on Thursday.
Eller was scheduled to have an arbitration hearing on Friday. 292 more words
UNIONDALE, N.Y. — The New York Islanders have agreed to a one-year, two-way contract with goalie Kevin Poulin.
Poulin appeared in 28 games last season with the Islanders and posted an 11-16-1 record, with a .891 save percentage and a 3.29 goals-against-average. 84 more words