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The Marco Island City Council certainly has a great many issues which require its attention. From the staggering debt held by the water/wastewater utility, to disposing of the 2014-15 operational and capital budgets and a thorough review of the citys
Nashville desperately needs better offensive players for new coach Peter Laviolette, and the Predators believe they took a very small gamble with the chance for a big reward by signing veteran forwards Mike Ribeiro and Derek Roy to one-year contracts.
The New York Islanders and defenseman Calvin de Haan agreed to terms on a three-year contract on Tuesday. The 23-year-old participated in 51 games during his first full NHL campaign last season, totaling three goals and 13 assists with 30 penalty
The Washington Capitals have signed forwards Tim Kennedy and Kris Newbury to one-year, two-way contracts. Kennedy appeared in 37 games for the Coyotes last season and posted two goals with six assists for eight points. The 28-year-old Buffalo native
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Kovalev last played in the NHL with the Florida Panthers during the 2012-13 season and spent last season with Swiss second-tier team EHC Visp. According to the International Ice Hockey Federation's website, Kovalev made the announcement in an
When a team makes the Stanley Cup Final, one might not expect said club to make many changes during the off-season. If you're a New York Rangers fan, this has not been the case for your favorite hockey team. The Rangers have either let
Parlett, 25, had four goals and 19 assists with 31 penalty minutes in 62 games for Springfield and Providence of the AHL last season. Development camp opens The Panthers will hold a development camp with 34 prospects starting at 1:15 p.m...There will
Story On Friday afternoon, he spent two hours meeting with the Leafs' first-round pick, William Nylander, and his father, Michael, reminiscing with a former teammate but also doing some last-minute due diligence. Then, when Saturday's trade began
Story Number one pick Aaron Ekblad (middle) , number two pick Sam Reinhart (right) and number three pick Leon Draisaitl (left) pose for a photo during the first round of the 2014 NHL Draft at Wells Fargo Center. Sports Interactive Philadelphia Flyers'