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Buffalo Sabres (1-2-0, seventh in the East Division) vs. Philadelphia Flyers (2-1-0, second in the East Division) Philadelphia; Tuesday, 7 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: The Philadelphia Flyers host Buffalo after Curtis Lazar scored two goals in the Sabres’ 6-1 victory against the Flyers. Philadelphia went 16-4-4 in division action and 25-6-4 at home in the
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Late in the offseason, the St. Louis Blues signed Mike Hoffman to a Professional Tryout (PTO) and then, after camp, to a one-year, $4 million contract. The goal of the addition was obvious: the Blues had lost offensive production by letting Alex Pietrangelo walk as a free agent, and with the injury to Vladimir Tarasenko,
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3:55 PM ET Columbus Blue Jackets center Pierre-Luc Dubois has requested a trade from the team, which is why interest around the league was piqued when he didn’t take a regular shift during the second period of the team’s 3-2 win over Detroit on Monday afternoon. Coach John Tortorella denied he “benched” the 22-year-old scorer.
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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms have signed goaltenders Zane McIntyre and Eamon McAdam and forwards Ryan Fitzgerald and Tanner MacMaster to AHL contracts for the 2020-21 season. McIntyre made 28 AHL appearances between Utica and Binghamton last season, going 15-10-2 with a 2.80 goals-against average, a .908 save percentage and two shutouts. A Second Team AHL
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Everyone knew the Winnipeg Jets would face plenty of adversity this season, both related to COVID-19 and not. But who knew they’d face so much, and so early? Jets’ Personnel Problems Pervade Just one game into their 56-game-in-114-day regular season, the Jets will be down as many as four players for their Monday-night tilt with
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New Jersey Devils (1-0-1, third in the East Division) vs. New York Rangers (1-1-0, fifth in the East Division) New York; Tuesday, 7 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: The New York Rangers host New Jersey after the Devils took down Boston 2-1 in overtime. New York finished 14-8-0 in division games and 18-16-2 at home during
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One of the surprising Toronto Maple Leafs’ signings of the offseason was to ink long-time NHL veteran Joe Thornton to an NHL league-minimum contract. Obviously, from the Maple Leafs’ perspective, the organization believed Thornton could add value to the team’s roster at a cost-effective option. Thornton’s goal in signing this contract was obvious; he wanted
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