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Flyers sign forward Couturier to multiyear contract

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 10:12 PM / News

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Center Sean Couturier signed a multiyear contract with the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday. Terms were not released, but Sportsnet reported it's for six years and $26 million, an average annual value of $4.33 million.

Couturier, the eighth pick in the 2011 NHL Draft, could have become a restricted free agent after this season.

"It's a great organization, they believe in me," Couturier told CSNPhilly.com. "I'm really happy to be there for the next six years. I love the organization, the city. I think the future is bright in Philly. Hopefully we can do some good things during those six years."

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Penguins add to forward depth with Bonino, Fehr

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 8:42 PM / News

Wes Crosby - NHL.com Correspondent

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Penguins bolstered their bottom-six forward group Tuesday by signing free agent Eric Fehr and acquiring Nick Bonino from the Vancouver Canucks along with defenseman Adam Clendening and a second-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft for center Brandon Sutter and a 2016 third-round pick.

Fehr received a three-year contract with an average annual value of $2 million.

Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford said he had discussed a possible trade with Vancouver since about a month before the 2015 NHL Draft.

"The two deals went hand-in-hand so we can add more depth," Rutherford said. "We have enough good players now that guys are going to have to compete for those spots [in training camp] and compete for them all year. If a guy falls off, there's a guy waiting to jump right in there.

"I like the fact that we have enough guys that each guy can push each other."

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Capitals defenseman Orpik has wrist surgery

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 8:28 PM / News

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Washington Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik had surgery on his wrist Tuesday.

"Based on the nature of this procedure, we anticipate Brooks returning to full hockey activities in time for the Capitals' regular-season opener," the Capitals said in a statement. "Brooks will resume full workout activities in approximately two weeks."

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Oilers' Talbot excited for chance to be No. 1 goalie

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 4:06 PM / News

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Edmonton Oilers goaltender Cam Talbot spent the past two seasons with the New York Rangers backing up Henrik Lundqvist, knowing full well starts would probably be few and far between.

But with the Rangers up against the NHL salary cap, Talbot was traded to the Oilers on June 27 for the 57th, 79th and 184th picks at the 2015 NHL Draft. Talbot played more last season after Lundqvist sustained a vascular injury.

"Getting to play behind a guy like [Henrik], you learn a lot and you get to see what it takes to be a No. 1 [goalie] in this League," Talbot said Tuesday at the Oilers Hockey School. "I took away a lot from watching him and being able to work with [Rangers goalie coach] Benoit Allaire in New York.

"It's going to be a great opportunity for me here, to be able to come in and work with a good young group of guys and obviously a group that's headed in the right direction. I'm happy to be a part of it."

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United States to host '18 World Junior Championship

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 3:16 PM / News

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The IIHF World Junior Championship will return to the United States for the first time in seven years in 2018.

USA Hockey revealed Tuesday the five cities being considered to host the event: Buffalo, Chicago, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Tampa Bay.

The annual tournament, which features 10 countries and many of the NHL's future stars, is traditionally held in late December and early January each year. This year's tournament will be held Dec. 26, 2015, through Jan. 5, 2016, in Helsinki, Finland. The 2017 WJC will be held in Montreal and Toronto.

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Canucks acquire center Brandon Sutter from Penguins

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 3:00 PM / News

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer

Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning is counting on forward Brandon Sutter to be a big piece of their foundation moving forward in the improved Pacific Division of the Western Conference.

Benning acquired the 26-year-old center, along with a conditional third-round pick at the 2016 NHL Draft, from the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday for forward Nick Bonino, defenseman Adam Clendening and a second-round pick in 2016.

"When the games mean something that's when he's at his best," Benning said of Sutter. "We looked at the other teams in our division and they all improved from the end of last season to now, and I think this move makes our team deeper and it gives us a better chance to compete with the teams in our division and in our conference."

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Maple Leafs sign Marner to entry-level contract

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 11:40 AM / News

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The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the club has signed forward Mitch Marner to a three-year entry-level contract.

Marner, 18, was selected by the Maple Leafs with the fourth overall pick in last month's NHL Entry Draft after finishing second in Ontario Hockey League scoring with 126 points (44 goals, 82 assists) in 63 regular season games with the London Knights in 2014-15. The 2014-15 OHL All-Star also added 16 points (nine goals, seven assists) in seven playoff contests. In two seasons with the Knights, Marner has registered 185 points (57 goals, 128 assists) and 77 penalty minutes in 127 regular season games.

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Devils to honor Brodeur, Lamoriello 'at right time'

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 10:49 AM / News

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Martin Brodeur and Lou Lamoriello will be honored by the New Jersey Devils, at a time to be determined by them, general manager Ray Shero told NJ.com on Tuesday.

"It's a matter of when the player feels comfortable, and Lou," Shero said. "Obviously they are two of the most important members of this franchise ever. We want to do it the right way at the right time.

"That will happen. When, I don't know."

Shero replaced Lamoriello as Devils GM on May 4, and Lamoriello resigned as president to become GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs on July 23. The Maple Leafs will play at Prudential Center on the final day of the regular season, April 9. Lamoriello was the architect of three Stanley Cup championships during his 28-year tenure as president/GM in New Jersey.

"The Lou thing just happened," Shero said, referring to Lamoriello's transition to Toronto. "That would be a conversation with Lou for his consent and what he is comfortable with. Let him digest things in Toronto. Obviously he's got lots on his plate there, I'm sure."

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Hoffman, Senators $1.7M apart in arbitration: report

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 10:26 AM / News

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Left wing Mike Hoffman, a restricted free agent who is scheduled for an arbitration hearing Thursday, has submitted a request for $3.4 million for one year, with the Ottawa Senators offering a one-year, $1.7 million contract, according to Sportsnet.

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Veteran center Briere contemplating retirement: report

Tuesday, 07.28.2015 / 10:16 AM / News

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Center Daniel Briere, one of the more accomplished performers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs of this generation, remains without a contract and is now contemplating retirement in order to spend more time with his three teenage sons, according to a report by ESPN.com.

Briere, an unrestricted free agent who turns 38 on Oct. 6, told Scott Burnside of ESPN.com on Monday that he remains undecided about his future.

Briere had eight goals and 12 points in 57 regular-season games in a reduced role with the Colorado Avalanche last season. Since signing a free-agent contract with the Montreal Canadiens in July 2013 after six seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers, Briere said he has spent less time with his sons.

He has 307 goals and 696 points in 973 regular-season games spanning 17 seasons. In 124 playoff games, he has 53 goals and 116 points.

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He's, believe it or not, actually one of my favorite guys, and I've ended up trading him twice. I appreciate what he's done. He was one year away from being an unrestricted free agent, and I felt with this opportunity, that it was a chance that we were able to get somebody for him in Nick Bonino and Adam Clendening.

— Penguins GM Jim Rutherford on forward Brandon Sutter