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Causeway Crowd

Bruins Free-Agency: Bruins Bring Back the Band

The Boston Bruins announced on Monday, August 8th that they have re-signed legends Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci. With all of the missing pieces already on the roster, these signings are a big boost to the list of healthy players.   What Will They Add? Patrice Bergeron is the 4th highest scorer in Bruins history […] Bruins Free-Agency: Bruins Bring Back the Band - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More


2022 World Juniors

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Puck Prose

A Dynamic Look at the 2023 NHL Free Agency Class

Next year’s 2023 NHL Free Agency is going to be a must-see. Next season’s 2023 NHL Free Agency will consist of major names, containing experienced veteran all-star talent that will put forth a run of bidding in the NHL corporate aspect. The pool of players will include big names that will engage in discussions with the […] A Dynamic Look at the 2023 NHL Free Agency Class - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL

The Hockey Writers

Florida Panthers 2022 Free Agency Recap

We’re just under a month into the 2022 NHL free agency period and about a month and a half from the start of the season. As teams wind down their…

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Rangers Get a Reasonably Priced Depth Forward in Vesey

The New York Rangers have lost a lot of key forwards in free agency, including Andrew Copp, Ryan Strome, Frank Vatrano, and Kevin Rooney, and they may end up losing…

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Panthers’ Tkachuk Contract More Valuable Than Huberdeau’s

On July 22, the Florida Panthers shook up the free agency world by making arguably the biggest trade of the offseason, acquiring Calgary Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk and a conditional…

All About The Jersey

The Devils’ Depth at Wing Hinges on Bouncebacks and Breakouts

Photo by Vaughn Ridley/NHLI via The Devils did some minor shuffling of their forward group and added Ondrej Palat this offseason, but they will still be in a position to rely on players who disappointed in 2021-22 to step up and provide depth this coming season. This summer, free agency and the trade market were all about big talent on the wings. The Devils were linked with a number of top players at the position, including Kevin Fiala, Alex DeBrincat, Johnny Gaudreau, and Matthew Tkachuk. They did not end up landing anyone from that group, ending up with someone more...

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Sabres’ Dubious Free Agent History Under the Pegulas

The 2021-22 NHL season is still ongoing, but it’s never too early to start thinking about offseason additions. The Buffalo Sabres have to make a big splash in free agency…

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Sabres Should Target These Remaining Free Agents

The Buffalo Sabres have been relatively quiet since the early days of free agency, likely viewing their roster as complete and awaiting the start of the 2022-23 season. Signing Eric…


PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #22 - Ty Glover

Glover celebrates his net-front goal for Western Michigan against North Dakota during the NCHC playoffs on March 18. Photo by Bailey Hillesheim/Icon Sportswire via . Can the Penguins develop this undrafted NCAA signing into a strong net-front presence? The 2022 version of our Pensburgh Top 25 Under 25 countdown list continues with Ty Glover, an undrafted player signed in free agency out of Western Michigan University. Related: 2022 Pensburgh Top 25 Under 25: Graduates and Departed #25: Nolan Collins #24: Colin Swoyer #23: Jonathan Gruden #22: Ty Glover - C Age: 21...

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San Jose Sharks 2022-23 Season Preview

With a refreshed prospect pool, a new general manager and head coach, and the free agency period quieting down, the San Jose Sharks are preparing to enter the 2022-23 NHL…

Bleedin' Blue

St. Louis Blues: Please Stop The Vladimir Tarasenko Trade Talk

The St. Louis Blues didn’t make many waves in the free agency portion of the 2022 offseason. The additions from outside were minor and most fans were upset about the departure of some names that they assumed would be staying. Doug Armstrong has proven he is not opposed to making trades late in the offseason […] St. Louis Blues: Please Stop The Vladimir Tarasenko Trade Talk - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

A Winning Habit

Montreal Canadiens: Jonathan Huberdeau Re-Signing With Flames Good News For Habs Fans

The Montreal Canadiens are in the dog days of a busy offseason, yet a very quiet free agency period. The team isn’t looking to put itself over the top for next season, nor do they have the money to spend right now anyway. They should have plenty of money to spend in future years on […] Montreal Canadiens: Jonathan Huberdeau Re-Signing With Flames Good News For Habs Fans - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Blackhawks Should Sign Free Agent Sonny Milano

Although NHL Free Agency opened on July 11, there are still notable names that are still unsigned, such as Nazem Kadri (Colorado Avalanche) and Phil Kessel (Arizona Coyotes). Contending teams…

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6 Predictions for the 2022 World Junior Championship

We’ve reached the point of the offseason that we call “the dog days of summer”. When free agency has passed, the news cycle cools down, and we typically face a…

Last Word on Hockey

New Jersey Devils Come To Terms With Forward

Tom Fitzgerald has been a busy man to start the month of August. On top of the moves he made at the draft and free agency, he has managed to lock down the remaining RFA players on his roster. While signing and avoiding arbitration with Tyce Thompson and star winger Jesper Bratt, another forward was […] The post New Jersey Devils Come To Terms With Forward appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.

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3 Free Agent Defensemen Worth Taking a Flier On

Heading into free agency, there were several big names on the move, including (and still include) players like Johnny Gaudreau, Nazem Kadri, Claude Giroux, David Perron, Ondrej Palat and Darcy…

Causeway Crowd

Boston Bruins Free Agency: Bruins Best Options

The Boston Bruins don’t have much room to add to their roster. They have an arbitration hearing with newly acquired forward Pavel Zacha, extend cornerstone David Pastrnak, and bring back both David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron. All of this needs to be done with just $4 million in cap space.   In order to ensure […] Boston Bruins Free Agency: Bruins Best Options - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Puck Prose

Avalanche: Can the New Goaltending Tandem be Trusted?

The Colorado Avalanche just love changing goaltenders. Okay, maybe they don’t love it, but for the second year in a row, the Avs have watched their starting netminder depart Denver via free agency. Last season, it was Philipp Grubauer leaving for the Seattle Kraken. This year, it’s Stanley Cup champion Darcy Kuemper who is ditching the […] Avalanche: Can the New Goaltending Tandem be Trusted? - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL


Projecting the future: what the Penguins could look like in 2023-24

Photo by Gregory Fisher/Icon Sportswire via What lies ahead for the Pittsburgh Penguins? As the free agency dust settles and the future of the 2022-23 Penguins’ roster is practically in focus, the next shift is to look towards about 12 months from now for the next go-round in the contract cycle. Summer 2022 was always such a major milestone to look forward to, with potentially franchise altering events ahead with the contract negotiations with Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang (and to a lesser but still important extent for Bryan Rust and Rickard Rakell). With all of those...

Causeway Crowd

Free Agency: Bruins Should Not Look At Phil Kessel

It has been 16 years since the Bruins drafted a young Phil Kessel 5th overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft and while the forward spent the first 3 years of his NHL career in Boston and had pretty good personal success, little could be said about team success during that time. Phil Kessel is […] Free Agency: Bruins Should Not Look At Phil Kessel - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Eyes On The Prize

Submit your ballot for the 2022 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25

Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via We will rank 51 players under the age of 25 in this year’s edition of the project, the most in EOTP’s history. It has been a busy off-season already with the 2022 NHL Draft happening less than a month ago, then free agency beginning a few days later — and still ongoing with players being signed every day. Now as we approach two months until the start of the 2022-23 regular season, it’s time to begin our annual series determining the top 25 players under the age of 25 in the Montreal Canadiens organization. When this...

Stanley Cup of Chowder

Morning Skate: Onward

Photo by Rich Gagnon/ We’re still going. It is Wednesday, my dudes. Folks, I’ll be honest with you: at this point of the offseason, it’s getting difficult to come up with Morning Skate topics. No trades. Free agency has died down. No rumors. New coach has been hired. Other than the weddings of former and current Bruins, things have been pretty quiet around these parts. And frankly, for early August, that’s probably fine - things start getting busy and chaotic pretty quickly once September rolls around, so maybe we’ll just enjoy a little peace and quiet. Plus,...

St. Louis Game Time

Who will be the Blues’ impact player this season?

Photo by Scott Rovak/NHLI via There are notable names to choose from. The loss of David Perron during free agency was a blow to the Blues on several levels. They lost a locker room favorite, the guy that always came back - who now knows if he doesn’t see himself ever returning to St. Louis. The team also lost a key forward who put up 27 goals and 30 assists at the age of 34 years old. Perron has only gotten better with age, and now he gets to be a mentor to a young Detroit Red Wings team who Steve Yzerman is turning into a playoff contender piece by piece. Clearly,...

Knights On Ice

Knights Nuggets: Lukas Cormier headed to World Juniors

Photo by Jeff Bottari/NHLI via Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL. Let’s go over some news and notes: - It may seem like a boring time of year, but the Golden Knights still have some big tasks to cross off their summer checklist. [The Athletic] - Golden Knights prospect Lukas Cormier will represent Canada at the upcoming IIHF World Junior Championship. [Sports Illustrated] In other news... - If you thought this year’s free agency period was wild, just wait until next summer. Holy moly. [Sportsnet] - After his...

The Hockey Writers

Islanders Not Being Helped by Lamoriello’s Secrecy

As the offseason trudges on into August, the New York Islanders still have not made a move in free agency to impact their roster. The trade for Alexander Romanov at…


‘It’s an experience’: Ducks’ Klingberg describes his free agency journey

Newly signed Anaheim Ducks defenceman John Klingberg talks about the emotional experience of being an unrestricted free agent, compares it to playing playoff hockey, and explains how he arrived at choosing the Ducks. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Last Word on Hockey

NHL Rumours: Nazem Kadri May Have Signed Already

Nazem Kadri entered as one of the highest-profile free agents hitting the market this summer. Now, weeks after free agency opened, he still remains available. Well, publicly, at least. In private, behind closed doors, his contract may already be executed. Multiple teams want the centre, but his asking price remains high and his desired term […] The post NHL Rumours: Nazem Kadri May Have Signed Already appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.

Del Zotto ready for leadership role with Canucks

Vancouver Canucks defenceman Michael Del Zotto talks to reporters about free agency, overcoming adversity early in his career, and preparing himself for an upcoming leadership role with the Canucks.

Alfredsson leaving caught Senators off guard during free agency

Irfaan Gaffar reports from Ottawa where the Senators made more news off the ice on July 1st.

Lamoriello “extremely satisfied” with Maple Leafs’ free agency day

Lou Lamoriello talked about the Maple Leafs signing Ron Hainsey and Dominic Moore and what that means to the team going forward.