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Galiardi agrees to terms with Jets on 1-year contract

Friday, 08.01.2014 / 5:48 PM / NHL Free Agency 2014

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Forward TJ Galiardi and the Winnipeg Jets have agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract worth $750,000, the team said Friday.

Galiardi, 26, had four goals, 17 points and 21 penalty minutes in 62 games with the Calgary Flames last season. He has 43 goals, 104 points and 134 penalty minutes in 283 regular-season games with Calgary, the San Jose Sharks and Colorado Avalanche.

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Defenseman Falk signs 1-year contract with Wild

Friday, 08.01.2014 / 5:43 PM / NHL Free Agency 2014

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Defenseman Justin Falk has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Minnesota Wild, the team announced Friday. Financial details were not disclosed.

Falk, 25, was drafted by Minnesota in the fourth round (No. 110) of the 2007 NHL Draft and played his first four seasons with the Wild.

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Lovejoy still feels sting of Ducks' loss to Kings

Friday, 08.01.2014 / 11:53 AM / NHL Insider

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Anaheim Ducks defenseman Ben Lovejoy can't wait to get back on the ice and start wiping away the taste of a season-ending loss to the archrival Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

"We all left last season with an awful taste in our mouth, and it’s still there. We are desperate to get back on the ice and play that first game, that 40th game and that 82nd game," the 30-year-old defenseman told the Ducks website. "I want to get back in the swing of things. I’m ready to go. I love summer, but I’m over it. I’m ready for training camp and that first game. I’m ready to get competitive again."

The Ducks won the Pacific Division title, finished first in the Western Conference and led the Kings 3-2 entering Game 6 of their Western Conference Second Round series. But Los Angeles evened the series with a 2-1 victory at home, then rolled to a 6-2 win at Honda Center and went on to win the Stanley Cup for the second time in three seasons.

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You get the right the whistles at the right times, you can leave him out there. He's a beast when it comes to being on the ice. I thought [Saturday] he was a big man. That first period, he did that lateral cut and it was like three bowling pins bounced off him. There's not too many guys that can do that.

— Capitals coach Barry Trotz on Alex Ovechkin, who enters February tied for the NHL lead in goals