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ESPN
Why the Canadiens will win the Atlanticdefenseman P.K. Subban for Nashville's 30-year-old Shea Weber. The Habs also to
Why the Canadiens will win the Atlantic
ESPN / Posted 22 hours ago
defenseman P.K. Subban for Nashville's 30-year-old Shea Weber. The Habs also took a beating for signing Russian winger Alexander Radulov after claiming that Subban was part of a "culture" problem. The signing of Chicago's Andrew Shaw to a... Read more
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ESPN
Fantasy Hockey top 250 ranks: Summer updateget every opportunity to play with Tavares again and, if that is the case, he's
Fantasy Hockey top 250 ranks: Summer update
ESPN / Posted 16 days ago
get every opportunity to play with Tavares again and, if that is the case, he's in the mix to be a top-100 fantasy skater. Alexander Radulov, RW, Montreal Canadiens(enters ranks at No. 128): Say what you will about Radulov and his polarizing ride... Read more
16d
TSN
Not part of the culture clubIt’s going to be because the best goaltender on the planet will (presumably) be
Not part of the culture club
TSN / Posted 16 days ago
It’s going to be because the best goaltender on the planet will (presumably) be healthy and, provided he doesn’t implode, Alexander Radulov is an upgrade to Montreal’s attack. I may be wrong, but need to see some examples of teams that have... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Canadiens president Molson says team is better after Subban tradewent on attack after the Canadiens missed the playoffs in 2015-16, acquiring We
Canadiens president Molson says team is better after Subban trade
Calgary Sun / Posted 17 days ago
went on attack after the Canadiens missed the playoffs in 2015-16, acquiring Weber, gifted bad boy right winger Alexander Radulov, gritty winger Andrew Shaw and depth defenceman Zach Redmond. It cost him Subban, Lars Eller, some draft... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Canadiens president Molson says team is better after Subban tradewent on attack after the Canadiens missed the playoffs in 2015-16, acquiring We
Canadiens president Molson says team is better after Subban trade
Brandon Sun / Posted 17 days ago
went on attack after the Canadiens missed the playoffs in 2015-16, acquiring Weber, gifted bad boy right winger Alexander Radulov, gritty winger Andrew Shaw and depth defenceman Zach Redmond. It cost him Subban, Lars Eller, some draft... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Canadiens president Molson says team is better after Subban tradewent on attack after the Canadiens missed the playoffs in 2015-16, acquiring We
Canadiens president Molson says team is better after Subban trade
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 17 days ago
went on attack after the Canadiens missed the playoffs in 2015-16, acquiring Weber, gifted bad boy right winger Alexander Radulov, gritty winger Andrew Shaw and depth defenceman Zach Redmond. It cost him Subban, Lars Eller, some draft... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
NHL Off-Season Power Rankings: Who is improving most?your blue line and everybody thinks you're worse off. The P.K. Subban trade was
NHL Off-Season Power Rankings: Who is improving most?
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 23 days ago
your blue line and everybody thinks you're worse off. The P.K. Subban trade was a stunner, but Weber is all-world. We like Alexander Radulov for one year more than Andrew Shaw for six years. Al Montoya will be a pleasant surprise at backup for... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Wings make right decision in passing on high-risk Alexander RadulovWings didn’t make last week ultimately might turn out for the best. The Wings
Wings make right decision in passing on high-risk Alexander Radulov
Detroit Free Press / Posted 24 days ago
Wings didn’t make last week ultimately might turn out for the best. The Wings wanted to add scoring power and considered Alexander Radulov. Radulov, who turned 30 today, was tempting because he’s a 6-foot-1, 205-pound winger who can score. He... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Bruins still need a defensemanimproving lies not in the head-scratching trade of P.K. Subban for Shea Weber,
Bruins still need a defenseman
The Providence Journal / Posted 25 days ago
improving lies not in the head-scratching trade of P.K. Subban for Shea Weber, or the addition of forwards Andrew Shaw and Alexander Radulov. If goalie Carey Price successfully returns from his knee injury, the Habs are a factor. If not, they’re... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Panthers continue aggressive off-season by signing Jason Demersscares me." Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said the same thing after sign
Panthers continue aggressive off-season by signing Jason Demers
Calgary Sun / Posted 26 days ago
scares me." Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said the same thing after signing only one-year deals with Russian winger Alexander Radulov ($5.75 million) and backup goalie Al Montoya ($950,000). But that's not to say Bergevin played it safe... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Panthers continue aggressive offseason by signing Demersscares me." Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said the same thing after sign
Panthers continue aggressive offseason by signing Demers
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 26 days ago
scares me." Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said the same thing after signing only one-year deals with Russian winger Alexander Radulov ($5.75 million) and backup goalie Al Montoya ($950,000). But that's not to say Bergevin played it safe... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
St. James: Wings’ free-agent moves helping fill void left by Datsyukwho competes and can play anywhere. Vanek is a gamble, but he’s got 316 goals
St. James: Wings’ free-agent moves helping fill void left by Datsyuk
Detroit Free Press / Posted 26 days ago
who competes and can play anywhere. Vanek is a gamble, but he’s got 316 goals in 817 NHL games. The Wings considered Alexander Radulov (who has 47 goals in 154 NHL games) but preferred Vanek at $2.6 million to the $5.75 million Radulov got... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Sarnia Observer / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Chatham Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Welland Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Panthers continue aggressive offseason by signing Demersscares me." Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said the same thing after sign
Panthers continue aggressive offseason by signing Demers
KTVN Reno / Posted 26 days ago
scares me." Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said the same thing after signing only one-year deals with Russian winger Alexander Radulov ($5.75 million) and backup goalie Al Montoya ($950,000). But that's not to say Bergevin played it safe... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Northumberland Today / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Canadian teams: Good and badMarc Bergevin made what, on the surface, seems to be the most hypocritical of m
Canadian teams: Good and bad
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 26 days ago
Marc Bergevin made what, on the surface, seems to be the most hypocritical of moves when he signed enigmatic Russian winger Alexander Radulov to a one-year, $5.75 million US contract. If we’re to believe the reports that the motivation for dealing... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Questionable signings around NHLover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Questionable signings around NHL when speed, skill were key ingredients for Penguinsover size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-
Questionable signings around NHL when speed, skill were key ingredients for Penguins
Calgary Sun / Posted 26 days ago
over size, strength and other non-factors. Montreal, for instance, took a one-year, $5.75-million gamble on KHL forward Alexander Radulov. He might have scared some teams away because of past character issues, but Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
NHL stars cash in on long deals as free agency beginsSt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL stars cash in on long deals as free agency begins
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Canadians sign Radulov; Leafs quiet on Day 1The Latest on NHL free agency (all times Eastern): 5:40 p.m. The Montreal Can
Canadians sign Radulov; Leafs quiet on Day 1
Lake Placid News / Posted 27 days ago
The Latest on NHL free agency (all times Eastern): 5:40 p.m. The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov and goaltender Al Montoya to a one-year contracts on Friday as NHL free agency began. Radulov scored 23 goals in 53 games for CSKA... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Winners and Losers from Day 1 of NHL Free Agencywho was essentially banished from the NHL for years because of his immaturity.
Winners and Losers from Day 1 of NHL Free Agency
Bleacher Report / Posted 27 days ago
who was essentially banished from the NHL for years because of his immaturity. Bergevin's big move on Friday was signing Alexander Radulov away from the KHL on a one-year, $5.75 million deal. Remember how that boom-or-bust signing of Alexander... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Steve Yzerman catches Lightning in bottle with shrewd signingsthat he was no longer untouchable. At least that’s what some reports suggest.
Steve Yzerman catches Lightning in bottle with shrewd signings
Calgary Sun / Posted 27 days ago
that he was no longer untouchable. At least that’s what some reports suggest. If that’s indeed the case, doesn’t signing Alexander Radulov bring in an entirely new cache of character issues? Isn’t this the same Radulov who missed curfew prior to... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Oh, Canada: Breaking down signings by teams north of borderMarc Bergevin made what, on the surface, seems to be the most hypocritical of m
Oh, Canada: Breaking down signings by teams north of border
Calgary Sun / Posted 27 days ago
Marc Bergevin made what, on the surface, seems to be the most hypocritical of moves when he signed enigmatic Russian winger Alexander Radulov to a one-year, $5.75 million US contract. If we’re to believe the reports that the motivation for dealing... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Russia's Radulov joins Canadiens as free agency opensto the National Hockey League by signing a one-year contract with the Montreal
Russia's Radulov joins Canadiens as free agency opens
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 27 days ago
to the National Hockey League by signing a one-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens as free agency signings began. Alexander Radulov played 53 games with the Kontinental Hockey League's CSKA Moscow in 2015-16, leading his team with 23 goals... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. � The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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KIVI Boise
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
KIVI Boise / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencyin St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bru
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 27 days ago
in St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Forwards Nielsen, Vanek sign with Detroithits with the Islanders. He wound up signing a four-year deal worth $10 million
Forwards Nielsen, Vanek sign with Detroit
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
hits with the Islanders. He wound up signing a four-year deal worth $10 million with Toronto. They also made a pitch for Alexander Radulov, having offered one year at $5 million. He chose Montreal (one year, $5.75 million) after spending the past... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
KGTV San Diego / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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11 News Houston
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
11 News Houston / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agencySt. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins
NHL teams make splashes in opening hour of free agency
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 27 days ago
St. Louis, David Backes (five years, $30 million) bolted to play for the Bruins. — The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Alexander Radulov (one year, $5.75 million) to play in the NHL for the first time since he was with the Nashville Predators... Read more
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The Oakland Press
Forwards Nielsen, Vanek sign with Detroithits with the Islanders. He wound up signing a four-year deal worth $10 million
Forwards Nielsen, Vanek sign with Detroit
The Oakland Press / Posted 27 days ago
hits with the Islanders. He wound up signing a four-year deal worth $10 million with Toronto. They also made a pitch for Alexander Radulov, having offered one year at $5 million. He chose Montreal (one year, $5.75 million) after spending the past... Read more
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