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Alexander Khokhlachev: Alexander Khokhlachev signs with KHL club

Alexander Khokhlachev has agreed to a contract with SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL, according to rsport.ru.The 22-year-old was a second-round pick of the Bruins in the 2011 draft and spent the majority of the last three seasons in the …

Matthew Nieto: Matthew Nieto is a possibility for Game 2

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Alex Peters: Stars won’t sign Alex Peters , 2 others

Alex Peters’ rights will not be retained by Dallas, so he will re-enter the draft in 2016.He had one goal and 12 points in 55 games with the Flint Firebirds of the OHL this past campaign. Peters was originally chosen …

Ken Hitchcock: Hitchcock gets one-year extension from Blues

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Patrick Marleau: No hearing for Patrick Marleau for Rust hit

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NHL Rumors: Blues, Canucks, Flames and World Cup

On the St. Louis Blues … Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: An official announcement on a one-year contract extension for head coach Ken Hitchcock could come as early as this morning according to sources. The Blues or Hitchcock …

NHL Rumors: Buyout Candidates and the Maple Leafs

On Top 10 NHL Contract Buyout Candidates … Lyle Richards of Bleacher Report: The buyout period starts on June 15th, or 48 hours after the Stanley Cup Final is over. Richards lists the top 10 players that could be bought …

Former NHL enforcer Donald Brashear loses court fight

A Superior Court judge has ordered former NHL tough guy Donald Brashear to pay $9280 dollars to a man he beat up in a parking lot following a North American Hockey League game in 2011. Éric Labelle had filed a …

Righty or Lefty: What you don’t know about shooting an NHL puck

Being left-handed historically has carried a negative stigma. Even though the world now accepts there is no right or wrong when it comes to right and left — four of the last seven U.S. Presidents have been lefties — roughly …

From CBC archives: NHL announces return to Winnipeg

Five years ago to the day, the cheers were deafening. On May 31, 2011, people gathered in hockey jerseys and face paint at The Forks and at Portage and Main. They came with banners and bullhorns, shouting with hoarse voices. And they dragged around …