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ESPN
Ramblings: The good, bad and unknown of the offseasonTraining camp is so close you can almost feel it, so it is time to shake more o
Ramblings: The good, bad and unknown of the offseason
ESPN / Posted 10 hours ago
Training camp is so close you can almost feel it, so it is time to shake more of the rust off and do a little rambling. Flame revival Pretty darned good summer for Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving, who stole Dougie Hamilton away from... Read more
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ESPN
Russia fined for snubbing Canada's anthem at hockey world championshipZURICH -- The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team
Russia fined for snubbing Canada's anthem at hockey world championship
ESPN / Posted 3 days ago
ZURICH -- The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing Canada's victory celebration after the world championship final. The IIHF, the sport's governing body, said the Russian players deliberately left the ice before... Read more
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The Daily Review
Russia fined for snubbing Canada's anthem at hockey championshipZURICH (AP) -- The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national
Russia fined for snubbing Canada's anthem at hockey championship
The Daily Review / Posted 4 days ago
ZURICH (AP) -- The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing Canada's victory celebrations after the world championship final. The sport's governing body, IIHF, said the Russian players deliberately left the ice... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Russia fined $85,000 for leaving ice before Canada's anthem at hockey worlds ceremonyZURICH -- The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team
Russia fined $85,000 for leaving ice before Canada's anthem at hockey worlds ceremony
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
ZURICH -- The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing Canada's victory celebrations after the world championship final. The sport's governing body, IIHF, said the Russian players deliberately left the ice before... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russian Hockey Federation Fined Over Canadian Anthem IncidentThe Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing
Russian Hockey Federation Fined Over Canadian Anthem Incident
The Moscow Times / Posted 4 days ago
The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing Canada's victory celebrations after the world championship final. The sport's governing body, IIHF, said the Russian players deliberately left the ice before Canada's... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Russia fined $85,000 for leaving ice before Canada’s anthem at hockey worlds ceremonyThe Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing
Russia fined $85,000 for leaving ice before Canada’s anthem at hockey worlds ceremony
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing Canada’s victory celebrations after the world championship final. The sport’s governing body, IIHF, said the Russian players deliberately left the ice before Canada’s... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Russia fined $85,000 for leaving ice before Canada's anthem at hockey worlds ceremonyZURICH - The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team
Russia fined $85,000 for leaving ice before Canada's anthem at hockey worlds ceremony
Brandon Sun / Posted 4 days ago
ZURICH - The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing Canada's victory celebrations after the world championship final. The sport's governing body, IIHF, said the Russian players deliberately left the ice before... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Russia fined $85,000 for leaving ice before Canadian anthemZURICH — The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team
Russia fined $85,000 for leaving ice before Canadian anthem
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 4 days ago
ZURICH — The Russian Hockey Federation was fined Monday over the national team snubbing Canada’s victory celebrations after the world championship final. The sport’s governing body, IIHF, said the Russian players deliberately left the ice before... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Cammalleri: Lamoriello 'exciting' for Leafs fansTORONTO — According to one jerk, Mike Cammalleri’s New Jersey Devils earned the
Cammalleri: Lamoriello 'exciting' for Leafs fans
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 7 days ago
TORONTO — According to one jerk, Mike Cammalleri’s New Jersey Devils earned the dubious distinction of having improved the least this off-season. That’s no slight to incoming general manager Ray Shero (more than deserving of another shot) or... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProHockeyTalk
Will the Devils’ offense improve this season?In the three seasons since reaching the Stanley Cup Final, the Devils have fini
Will the Devils’ offense improve this season?
NBC Sports: ProHockeyTalk / Posted 13 days ago
In the three seasons since reaching the Stanley Cup Final, the Devils have finished 28th, 27th and 28th overall in average goals-for per game. During the 2011-12 season, the Devils were 15th overall in average goals-for per game. It was also the... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProHockeyTalk
Ray SheroDespite being in just his first season as general manager of the New Jersey Dev
Ray Shero
NBC Sports: ProHockeyTalk / Posted 13 days ago
Despite being in just his first season as general manager of the New Jersey Devils, is under pressure to address the concerns currently facing the organization. New Jersey has missed the playoffs in three straight seasons and in four of... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProHockeyTalk
New Jersey Devils ’15-16 OutlookThe New Jersey Devils have finished in the bottom-five in scoring for three str
New Jersey Devils ’15-16 Outlook
NBC Sports: ProHockeyTalk / Posted 13 days ago
The New Jersey Devils have finished in the bottom-five in scoring for three straight campaigns and once again their offense is a big area of concern. No New Jersey player reached the 50-point mark last season and only two (Adam Henrique and Mike... Read more
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ESPN
Updating every NHL team's Mount RushmoreCloseJohn Buccigross joined ESPN as an anchor in October 1996. He currently can
Updating every NHL team's Mount Rushmore
ESPN / Posted 14 days ago
CloseJohn Buccigross joined ESPN as an anchor in October 1996. He currently can be seen as an anchor on "SportsCenter." Buccigross frequently contributes to ESPN.com during the season. How's your summer going? Since the Chicago Blackhawks won the... Read more
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NHL.com
Pavel Zacha, Mike Cammalleri among New Jersey Devils questionsRay Shero has done his best to make certain the New Jersey Devils are equipped
Pavel Zacha, Mike Cammalleri among New Jersey Devils questions
NHL.com / Posted 22 days ago
Ray Shero has done his best to make certain the New Jersey Devils are equipped with the tools necessary to prosper this season since becoming their general manager on May 4. His first order of business was naming John Hynes as coach, which he did on... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProHockeyTalk
Dylan LarkinDetroit has a reputation for letting its players over ripen in the minors befor
Dylan Larkin
NBC Sports: ProHockeyTalk / Posted 24 days ago
Detroit has a reputation for letting its players over ripen in the minors before allowing them to crack the team’s roster, but how much of that is philosophy and how much of it is necessity? As a consequence of making the playoffs every year and... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Assessing Lamoriello's Legacy with the DevilsWith Lou Lamoriello's decision to leave his position as team president of the D
Assessing Lamoriello's Legacy with the Devils
Bleacher Report / Posted 1 months ago
With Lou Lamoriello's decision to leave his position as team president of the Devils to become the general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, New Jersey will be without the Rhode Island native for the first time in nearly 30 years. Overall,... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Lou Lamoriello: Genius or yesterday's man?Actually, “yesterday’s man” might be a kind way of framing it and “genius” has
Lou Lamoriello: Genius or yesterday's man?
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 1 months ago
Actually, “yesterday’s man” might be a kind way of framing it and “genius” has been attached to a few who can’t claim three Stanley Cups championships. That opinions vary so extremely is to be expected—when you last three decades on a job, through... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Lamoriello no stranger to bold transactionsFor someone who’s been called crusty on more than one occasion, Lou Lamoriello
Lamoriello no stranger to bold transactions
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 1 months ago
For someone who’s been called crusty on more than one occasion, Lou Lamoriello can sure be considerate. Just when the hockey world was unsuccessfully trying to appease its endless appetite for puck talk with half-hearted debates about arbitration... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Lou Lamoriello had a Devil of a time as GM in New JerseyThe longest serving general manager in professional sport stepped aside the oth
Lou Lamoriello had a Devil of a time as GM in New Jersey
Calgary Sun / Posted 1 months ago
The longest serving general manager in professional sport stepped aside the other day: The Era of Lou is officially over after 28 years of directing, nurturing, bossing, controlling, shaping the part-hockey team, part-hockey cult that has been the... Read more
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The Moscow Times
5 Russian Celebs and Their U.S. MansionsMany of Russia's most successful stars find that the best use of excess cash is
5 Russian Celebs and Their U.S. Mansions
The Moscow Times / Posted 1 months ago
Many of Russia's most successful stars find that the best use of excess cash is to spend it on expensive real estate — particularly in the United States. Check out our list of five Russian celebs and their over-the-top American homes. 1. Billionaire... Read more

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