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Stars re-sign forward Glennie to one-year contract

Thursday, 07.31.2014 / 5:56 PM / NHL Free Agency 2014

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Forward Scott Glennie was re-signed to a one-year, two-way contract by the Dallas Stars, the team announced Thursday. No other terms were disclosed.

Glennie, 23, was the Stars' first-round pick in the 2009 NHL Draft but has played only one NHL game with Dallas, on April 7, 2012. He has spent the past three seasons with the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League, and had a career-high 15 goals and 28 points in 2013-14. He also scored six goals and had 10 points in 20 games to help Texas win the Calder Cup.

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Top '14 picks among WJC summer camp participants

Thursday, 07.31.2014 / 3:47 PM / Prospects

Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor

Two players taken in the first round of the 2014 NHL Draft will be among the European players taking part in the USA Hockey national junior evaluation camp being held Aug. 2-9 in Lake Placid, N.Y.

The camp is one of the first steps toward building the teams that will play in the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship.

Among the players taking part for defending gold medalist Finland is forward Kasperi Kapanen, who plays for KalPa in Liiga, Finland's top professional league. He was picked by the Pittsburgh Penguins with the 22nd pick in the first round.

Kapanen likely would have been on the team that won the tournament last year were it not for a shoulder injury that sidelined him for a month.

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Spaling, Penguins agree to terms on two-year contract

Thursday, 07.31.2014 / 10:12 AM / NHL Free Agency 2014

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Forward Nick Spaling and the Pittsburgh Penguins have agreed to terms on a two-year, $4.4 million contract, the team announced Thursday.

The sides were scheduled for a salary arbitration hearing in Toronto later Thursday.

The 25-year-old was acquired by the Penguins from the Nashville Predators on June 28, along with forward Patric Hornqvist, in a trade for forward James Neal.

Spaling had career-bests of 13 goals and 32 points in 71 games with the Predators last season.

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Jets agree to terms with forward Halischuk

Wednesday, 07.30.2014 / 10:51 PM / NHL Free Agency 2014

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The Winnipeg Jets agreed to terms with forward Matt Halischuk on a one-year, two-way contract worth $725,000, the team announced Wednesday.

Halischuk, 26, played 46 games with the Jets last season and had five goals, five assists and six penalty minutes. He was out from Dec. 14 until March 4 after sustaining a broken arm.

"... It was nice to get back and get healthy and get some games in before the end of the season to start the summer off on a good note," Halischuk told the Winnipeg Sun. "It's been great to be healthy this summer and I'm looking forward to coming into camp and having a good camp."

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Canadiens add Lacroix, Ramage to coaching staff

Wednesday, 07.30.2014 / 8:42 PM / News

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Daniel Lacroix has been hired as an assistant coach by the Montreal Canadiens, the team announced Wednesday.

The Montreal native spent the past eight seasons working as an assistant coach, including last season with the New York Rangers, who advanced to the Stanley Cup Final. Lacroix spent three seasons on the Tampa Bay Lightning coaching staff, was with Montreal's American Hockey League affiliate in Hamilton in 2009-10, and coached three seasons with the New York Islanders.

He will be located behind the bench during games after working from the press box for New York.

"To have a chance to join a team like this and a staff like this is great," Lacroix told the Canadiens website. "It’s just a step up. It’s an opportunity to work for a great organization and an opportunity to work with great people. It's an opportunity to get back behind the bench, get closer to the action and have a bigger role on a day-to-day basis."

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Gardiner happy to stay with Carlyle, Maple Leafs

Wednesday, 07.30.2014 / 7:23 PM / NHL Free Agency 2014

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Defenseman Jake Gardiner understands what coach Randy Carlyle was trying to do, so much so he signed a five-year contract to stay with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

"He is a coach that likes to push his players and get the most out of them," Gardiner told the Toronto Star on Wednesday. "I think that was what he was doing with me.

"I have a lot more potential than what I've been doing. I think [his approach was] good for me. It will help me down the road."

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Devils GM Lamoriello not surprised Brodeur available

Wednesday, 07.30.2014 / 5:44 PM / News

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer

New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello acknowledged Wednesday that he isn't surprised unrestricted free-agent goalie Martin Brodeur has yet to sign a contract with a new team.

"When you've been in the game for as long as I have, you're not surprised at anything," Lamoriello told reporters after announcing the signing of defenseman Andy Greene to a multiyear contract extension.

The seven-year extension given to Cory Schneider earlier this month and the signing of veteran Scott Clemmensen on July 1 seemingly have closed the book on Brodeur's career with the Devils. Schneider will be the Devils' starting goalie in 2014-15 and Brodeur, who still considers himself a No. 1 at age 42, has no interest in playing 20-25 games.

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