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Lingering questions for all 32 NHL teams heading into training camp: Goaltending, lineup, injuries, more

But now that fall is officially set to begin on Thursday, it’s also time for training camps around the NHL to open, as we look ahead to opening night of the season on Oct. 11. To help get you ready for the next few weeks — as teams decide on which players make the roster, […]

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NHL Power Rankings way-too-early edition: Where do the Avalanche, Lightning, every other team land?

While Colorado gets to enjoy its parade, we’re already turning the page. Here are our way-too-early NHL Power Rankings for the 2022-23 season. Plus, before the fun of free agency begins on July 13, we’re making one recommendation for each club on how it can improve its prospects heading into next season. Don’t worry, Colorado […]

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NHL Power Rankings: 1-32 poll, plus way-too-early trade deadline appraisals

With more than a week since the 2021-22 NHL trade deadline, it’s given us a small taste of all the traded players suiting up for their new teams — for better or worse. For this week’s Power Rankings, we’ve added notes on how the players acquired this trade season have performed in this way-too-early timeframe. […]

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NHL trade deadline tracker: Latest updates on deals, rumors and grades for 2022

The NHL’s 2022 trade deadline has passed, with a flurry of moves to review. On Nov. 4, the Buffalo Sabres traded franchise center Jack Eichel to the Vegas Golden Knights for Peyton Krebs, Alex Tuch and a pair of draft picks. Then, on Feb. 14, the Calgary Flames landed scoring winger Tyler Toffoli from the […]

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Dallas Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin, 35, expected to miss six months following hip surgery

The 35-year-old Khudobin underwent arthroscopic surgery and had the labrum in his right hip repaired, general manager Jim Nill said Tuesday, a day after the procedure was done in New York. Khudobin had not played in the NHL since mid-January and at all since Jan. 29. He has split time this season with Dallas and […]

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Seattle Kraken expansion draft protected lists, available players

The Seattle Kraken are joining the NHL for the 2021-22 season and will play in the Pacific Division. The front office and coaching staff have taken shape, and Climate Pledge Arena is on track to be ready, but the team needs players. The Kraken will select one player each from 30 NHL teams, as the […]

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Colorado Avalanche’s Mikko Rantanen nets OT winner; Golden Knights irked by penalty

DENVER — Mikko Rantanen found himself in the middle of an on-ice swarm from teammates after scoring the winner. Wonderful and all, but he wanted to make sure the real star of the show received his fair share of the credit, too — goaltender Philipp Grubauer. Rantanen scored a power-play goal 2:07 into overtime, Grubauer […]

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NHL Playoffs Daily 2021: Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens finally ready for battle

The Toronto Maple Leafs haven’t played since May 14. The Montreal Canadiens haven’t played since May 12. But now that the North Division’s regular season has finally come to an end, it’s finally time for these rivals to hit the ice for Game 1 of their highly anticipated series. Tonight also brings pivotal Game 3s […]

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St. Louis Blues say Nazem Kadri should be suspended for ‘dangerous hit’ on Justin Faulk

The St. Louis Blues called for the NHL to suspend Colorado Avalanche center Nazem Kadri following his high hit on defenseman Justin Faulk in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series Wednesday night in Denver. At 6 minutes, 30 seconds of the third period, Faulk released a shot on the Avalanche goal from the slot […]

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Colorado Avalanche claim Presidents’ Trophy with win over Los Angeles Kings

DENVER — Tyson Jost was barely off the ice and already wearing a burgundy shirt commemorating the Colorado Avalanche winning the Presidents’ Trophy. Guess they had an inkling. Jost scored two of Colorado’s five second-period goals as the Avalanche clinched the West Division and the top overall seed in the NHL playoffs with a 5-1 […]

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