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10:10 PM ET The NHL informed teams of its 2021-22 health and safety protocols Thursday, and they feature significant restrictions for unvaccinated players. On the road, unvaccinated players will not be able to go anywhere except for the team hotel, practice facility and arena, according to a 27-page document outlining the protocols, which was obtained
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This is the third piece in a series of articles that will evaluate players competing for spots on the Buffalo Sabres opening night lineup. Each article will focus on a particular position. Disclaimer: A Jack Eichel trade could blow up this analysis at any moment. Left-wing is much less crowded than other positions on the
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12:21 PM ET The Ottawa Senators have agreed to a six-year, $29.85 million contract with right winger Drake Batherson, the team announced Friday. Batherson, 23, skated in all 56 of the Senators’ games last season, ranking second on the team with 17 goals and adding 17 assists before becoming a restricted free agent. “Drake represents
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The Montreal Canadiens acquired Christian Dvorak from the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday, sending the 25-year-old center to Montreal in exchange for a first-round pick in 2022 and a second-round pick in 2024. The move filled an immediate need for Montreal, who lost center Jesperi Kotkaniemi after declining to match the Carolina Hurricanes‘ offer sheet earlier
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6:42 PM ET A week after the Carolina Hurricanes caused a social media stir by signing Jesperi Kotkaniemi to a one-year, $6.1 million offer sheet, the Montreal Canadiens formally declined to match it on Saturday. As a result, the 21-year-old forward will join the Hurricanes for at least this season, and Carolina will more than
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MONTREAL – Forward Jesperi Kotkaniemi is now a member of the Carolina Hurricanes. Montreal Canadiens’ GM Marc Bergevin said Saturday the club won’t match Carolina’s one-year, US$6.1-million offer for the 21-year-old restricted free agent. “Carolina has used a tool available to them in the collective bargaining agreement and we accept that decision,” Bergevin said in
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The Montreal Canadiens have acquired forward Christian Dvorak from the Arizona Coyotes after declining to match the Carolina Hurricane’s one-year, $6.1-million US offer to restricted free agent Jesperi Kotkaniemi on Saturday. The Habs acquired Dvorak for a first and second-round draft pick, and will receive first and third-round picks in the 2022 NHL draft from the Hurricanes. 25-year-old Dvorak finished sixth
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