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  • Panthers and Senators coaches are friendly rivals

    Panthers and Senators coaches are friendly rivals
    SUNRISE¬† The coaches in the NHL are a tight-knit fraternity but Monday night’s adversaries behind the benches are even closer. ¬† Panthers first year coach Gerard Gallant was not only a linemate and teammate of Ottawa Senators coach Paul...
  • Ex-Florida Panthers GM, coach Bryan Murray diagnosed with cancer

    Ex-Florida Panthers GM, coach Bryan Murray diagnosed with cancer
    The Ottawa Senators announced Monday that General Manager and President of Hockey Operations Bryan Murray has been recently diagnosed with cancer. Murray was the General Manager of the Florida Panthers from 1994 through New Year's Eve of 2000. After the...
  • Ducks sign free agent Dany Heatley

    The Ducks reached into the free-agent pool Wednesday and acquired much-traveled winger Dany Heatley, attempting to add some experience after losing Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu. Selanne retired after this past season and the Ducks parted ways with...
  • Paul Stastny, Thomas Vanek find new homes via NHL free agency

    So what does half a billion dollars buy these days? For starters, the answer might cover the first day of NHL free agency. It was an unprecedented rush of frenzied spending, soaring past $500 million and 70-plus signings before dinner time Tuesday...
  • Denis Potvin returns to Panthers' television booth

    Denis Potvin returns to Panthers' television booth
    The Panthers and Fox Sports Florida have brought back Hall of Fame defenseman Denis Potvin as their television color analyst. Potvin served in the same role for the first 16 seasons of the franchise before performing the same duties for his hometown...
  • Jakob Silfverberg, Ducks agree to one-year deal

    Jakob Silfverberg, Ducks agree to one-year deal
    Forward Jakob Silfverberg and the Ducks struck a deal on a one-year contract valued at $850,000 Friday, the team announced. Financial terms were given by a hockey official not authorized to discuss the subject publicly. Silfverberg, who’ll...
  • Ducks extend contract of Patrick Maroon, sign first pick Nick Ritchie

    The Ducks and rugged left wing Patrick Maroon agreed to a three-year contract extension through 2017-18 on Saturday and the team also signed its first-round draft pick, left wing Nick Ritchie, to a three-year, entry-level contract. Ritchie, 18, was...
  • Wayne Gretzky takes his place as outdoor hockey game in L.A. looms

    Wayne Gretzky takes his place as outdoor hockey game in L.A. looms
    When a young Wayne Gretzky skated eight or 10 hours a day on frozen Canadian ponds, his ears would freeze and his toes would become so numb that he'd have tears in his eyes when he came inside and his father rubbed his feet to warm them. "Those are...
  • Olympic hockey GM Poile apologizes for aired criticism of Bobby Ryan

    Olympic hockey GM Poile apologizes for aired criticism of Bobby Ryan
    David Poile, general manager of the U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team, apologized Friday to forward Bobby Ryan after disparaging comments about the winger’s abilities that were made during the team selection process were published by two...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Kudos to Dallas Stars' medical staff

    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: + The Dallas Stars' medical staff acted quickly and decisively in treating forward Rich Peverley after he collapsed on the bench last week because of an...
  • NHL's new general managers cause shift in dynamic ahead of draft

    NHL's new general managers cause shift in dynamic ahead of draft
    Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi was sitting in his office the other day, flipping through a guide that listed his counterparts in the NHL. It was like looking at a high school yearbook without the cheery messages and autographs, one organized by...