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Komets bring back 2 more holdovers Komets general manager David Franke said Monday the offseason was just heating up after the team re-signed forwards Kaleigh Schrock and Mike Embach.Well flame on, then. July 2, 2014 Captain coming back for Komets
Louis Blues forward Vladimir Sobotka was awarded a one-year contract through arbitration on Monday, but the team announced that he will play the 2014-15 season in the Kontinental Hockey League. Financial terms of the arbitration award were not
Tim Reynolds The Associated Press Published Friday, Jul. 18 2014, 2:38 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Jul. 18 2014, 2:40 PM EDT Last winter wasn't very good for the Florida Panthers. This summer, however, has gone largely according to their plan. The
Tom Renney joked that on his first day as Hockey Canada president and CEO, his first challenge was finding his new office. Renney, hired earlier this week to lead Hockey Canada, is working out of the same office as his predecessor, Bob Nicholson, but
In fact, symbolizing just how chaotic the Wild's goalie situation was last season right to the end, Curry was suited up and congratulating teammates after its Game 7 Round 1 win at Colorado ... after he started the game watching from a suite in a
David Cooper / Toronto Star file photo David Clarkson warms up before a Leafs game. The Leafs are worth $1.15 billion and have been the most valuable NHL team since 2005 despite making just one playoff appearance in that time, Forbes magazine says.
He couldn't divulge details of specific drills or extrapolate on the composition of the Kings' burgeoning empire, but the experience revealed a portal for the road ahead...You can push past what you think you can do and push yourself to be the best.
36 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jul. 16 2014, 2:54 PM EDT Spanish soccer club Real Madrid retained their title as the world's most valuable sports franchise , according Forbes magazine. Real Madrid, the European champions, topping the list for the
The Toronto Maple Leafs general manager locked up two of his last five restricted free agents on Wednesday, signing Peter Holland to a two-year deal and Carter Ashton to a one-year deal. While Ashton simply accepted his qualifying offer of $850,500
The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jul. 15 2014, 12:13 PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 15 2014, 12:21 PM EDT The Nashville Predators have signed free-agent forwards Mike Ribeiro and Derek Roy to one year deals. Ribeiro, who was bought out of the