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Manchester tops Utica, leads 2-0 in Calder Cup Finals

Sunday, 06.07.2015 / 9:05 PM / News

NHL.com

Nic Dowd scored 5:36 into overtime to give the Manchester Monarchs a 2-1 win against the Utica Comets in Game 2 of the Calder Cup Finals in Manchester, N.H., on Sunday.

Manchester took a 2-0 series lead after winning Game 1 in overtime on Saturday.

Zach O'Brien scored in the first period for Manchester, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings. Nicklas Jensen tied the game 1-1 late in the second period for Utica, the AHL affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks.

Maple Leafs fielding trade inquiries on Kessel: report

Sunday, 06.07.2015 / 1:23 PM / News

NHL.com

Trade discussions for Toronto Maple Leafs forward Phil Kessel picked up this weekend at the NHL Scouting Combine in Buffalo, according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman.

If a trade were to take place, it wouldn't happen for at least a couple of weeks and the Maple Leafs could seek draft picks and prospects for Kessel, Friedman reported Saturday.

Devils coach Hynes, Stevens to talk next week: report

Saturday, 06.06.2015 / 11:28 PM / News

NHL.com

New Jersey Devils coach John Hynes will meet with Scott Stevens next week, general manager Ray Shero told Northjersey.com on Saturday.

Stevens on Wednesday said he would be interested in remaining on the Devils coaching staff as an assistant. He finished this season as co-coach with Adam Oates and Lou Lamoriello.

"It's still in the infancy stages of it," Hynes, in Buffalo for the NHL Scouting Combine, told the website of building his staff, not speaking specifically of Stevens. "We talked a little bit about it, but I think this week we'll really hunker down on it and try to have some more serious discussion on what we want."

Stevens, 51, was captain of the Devils' three Stanley Cup championship teams and served as an assistant coach and special assignment coach prior to becoming co-coach on Dec. 26 after coach Peter DeBoer was fired.

Manchester tops Utica in Game 1 of Calder Cup Finals

Saturday, 06.06.2015 / 9:21 PM / News

NHL.com

Michael Mersch scored his second goal of the game 4:10 into overtime to give the Manchester Monarchs a 3-2 win against the Utica Comets in Game 1 of the 2015 Calder Cup Finals in Manchester, N.H., on Saturday.

Manchester, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings, outshot Utica, the Vancouver Canucks' affiliate, 37-17.

Claude Julien to return as Bruins coach

Friday, 06.05.2015 / 2:23 PM / News

Joe Yerdon - NHL.com Correspondent

BUFFALO -- Claude Julien and his staff will return to the Boston Bruins for the 2015-16 season general manager Don Sweeney said Friday at the 2015 NHL Draft Combine.

"[Julien has] got great accountability, structure, he's had a lot of success," Sweeney said. "He's a veteran coach that I'm going to look forward to learning from, as I say, in my new role. He communicated to me that they had already been thinking of some of the changes I had spoken about and he was looking forward to attacking that, and clearly that's going to revolve around some roster decisions as well.

"I think it's all of the above and I'm going to lean on those guys, see what they bring to the table and I'm hoping it's the other way around. And that was part of it for me to make sure that they knew that my voice was going to be heard and respected in that regard."

There was a question whether Julien would remain when former GM Peter Chiarelli was fired on April 15 and replaced by Sweeney.

“I know there’s been speculation, so I want to make sure to put that to bed," Sweeney said. "I'm fully supporting this staff and looking forward to working with them all."

Rangers' Staal, Girardi each have successful surgery

Friday, 06.05.2015 / 12:39 PM / News

NHL.com

New York Rangers defensemen Marc Staal and Dan Girardi each had successful ankle surgery, the team announced on Friday.

Staal had a bone chip removed from his ankle and Girardi had a bursa excision on his ankle.

Each player is expected to be ready for training camp.

Oilers announce changes to coaching staff

Thursday, 06.04.2015 / 8:10 PM / News

EdmontonOilers.com

The Edmonton Oilers announced today Associate Coach Keith Acton and Assistant Coach Craig Ramsay were relieved of their duties and will not return for the 2015-16 season.

Senators GM says there's interest in Anderson, Lehner

Thursday, 06.04.2015 / 5:30 PM / News

Chris Stevenson - NHL.com Correspondent

OTTAWA -- Goaltending has been the story for the Ottawa Senators over the past few months.

That's not going to change over the next few weeks with the Senators about to enter a critical period when they'll try to clear a crowded crease.

The Senators signed late-season hero Andrew Hammond to a three-year, $4.05 million contract in May, and Senators general manager Bryan Murray has said he would trade either Craig Anderson, 34, or Robin Lehner, 23.

Murray said Thursday he has had trade talks with seven teams, and a majority of the interest has been in Lehner.

"I think we have identified and know the teams now that are looking, that are serious about looking," Murray said. "I think that over the next week or two I'm probably going to get as good an offer as I'm going to get and I'll have to make a call at some point here, hopefully before the draft (June 26-27). But it doesn't have to be then; it can be around training camp if that's what it leads to."

NHL/NHLPA Competition Committee statement

Thursday, 06.04.2015 / 5:06 PM / News

NHL Public Relations

NEW YORK -- Co-chairs of the NHL / NHLPA Competition Committee – Mathieu Schneider, National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) Special Assistant to the Executive Director, and Colin Campbell, National Hockey League (NHL) Senior Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations – issued the following statement on new rules recommendations after the Competition Committee met today in New York:

Senators coach Cameron agrees to two-year contract

Thursday, 06.04.2015 / 2:56 PM / News

Chris Stevenson - NHL.com Correspondent

OTTAWA -- Dave Cameron has agreed to terms on a two-year contract as coach of the Ottawa Senators, general manager Bryan Murray said Thursday.

The contract will be signed once a technical point is resolved.

"It's agreed to and we're waiting on some language," Murray said. "One paragraph to make it firm."

Cameron, 56, took over when Paul MacLean was fired Dec. 8. Cameron was an assistant on MacLean's staff since 2011-12.

The Senators were 32-15-8 under Cameron, including a 23-4-4 finish to overcome a 14-point deficit and earn a berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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