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Las Vegas NHL team ready to deal before expansion draft

Las Vegas NHL team ready to deal before expansion draft

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Vegas is ready to deal.

AP source: Okposo visits Sabres for 1st time since illness

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A person with direct knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that forward Kyle Okposo has visited the Buffalo Sabres' facility for the first time in two months since he was hospitalized because of an undisclosed illness.

NHL's top prospect says he is overcoming 2 hernia injuries

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Nolan Patrick bears no grudges now that he's prepared to reveal how a sports hernia injury he sustained last summer was more serious than first anticipated.
Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews speaks out on climate change in Instagram post

Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews speaks out on climate change in Instagram post

Hockey star Jonathan Toews says the only way to solve climate change is to set aside personal agendas and think on a broader scale.

Coach Randy Carlyle gets contract extension from Ducks

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Coach Randy Carlyle has received a one-year contract extension through the 2018-19 season from the Anaheim Ducks. The deal announced Friday also includes an option for 2019-20.

Fish tale: How the catfish toss came to be a Predators thing

NASHVILLE — Detroit Red Wings fans have their octopi. The Panthers' faithful in Florida had the "rat trick.

Pens' Nick Bonino on crutches, game-time decision for Game 3

NASHVILLE — Pittsburgh centre Nick Bonino was wearing a walking boot on his left foot and using crutches Friday, raising the possibility that he will not play in Nashville in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Sedins eager to get to work with Canucks rookie head coach Travis Green

Sedins eager to get to work with Canucks rookie head coach Travis Green

VANCOUVER — When the Vancouver Canucks hired Travis Green as their new head coach this spring, a video of his fight with Dan Cloutier from their playing days was widely circulating online.

Bruins prospect Linus Arnesson to return to play in Sweden

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney says prospect defenceman Linus Arnesson is returning to play in his native Sweden to rediscover his game after an injury-plagued season in the minors.
Pens trying to scratch their way to Cup without injured two-time all star Kris Letang

Pens trying to scratch their way to Cup without injured two-time all star Kris Letang

PITTSBURGH — Chasing a second straight Stanley Cup without Kris Letang hasn't been easy for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The defending champs have been trying to scratch their way to the top without their injured No. 1 defenceman.