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All things NHL, by Eye on Hockey writer Chris Peters.
The Boston Bruins handed camp invitee Jonas Gustavsson a one-year deal to back up Tuukka Rask next season.
The Arizona Coyotes got their roster down to the requisite 23 ahead of their season opener Friday. Dylan Strome, the team's top pick in 2015, was sent back to the Ontario Hockey League.
The Nashville Predators come into the season with big goals, but do they have enough offensive firepower to back title hopes?
The Edmonton Oilers waived Ben Scrivens, their starter from last season, as they prepare to go with a goaltending tandem of Cam Talbot and Anders Nilsson.
Blackhawks rookie Artemi Panarin could turn a lot of heads this season if he shows off moves like he did against the Dallas Stars Saturday night.
Canadiens forward Zack Kassian suffered minor injuries in an early-morning auto accident, the team confirmed.
The Montreal Canadiens signed Tomas Fleischmann to a one-year deal after the veteran forward attended camp on a professional tryout contract.
San Jose Sharks forward Raffi Torres was given a match penalty on Saturday night against the Anaheim Ducks for an illegal check to the head of Jakob Silfverberg. He could be facing another suspension from the NHL. He has already been suspended four times in his NHL career.
The Carolina Hurricanes signed Eddie Lack to a two-year, $5 million contract extension on Saturday. He has yet to play a game for the team.
The Pittsburgh Penguins released veteran defenseman Sergei Gonchar from his tryout contract. They would like him to remain with the organization in some capacity.

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