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NHL Network-U.S. to broadcast 2014 NHL Free Agency with full-day coverage on July 1

NHL Network-U.S., NHL.com to stream Sportsnet's live full-day coverage

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 3:45 PM / NHL Network

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NEW YORK – NHL Network-U.S. will deliver seven hours of analysis of the opening of free agency on Tuesday, July 1 (12:00 p.m. ET), with streaming live coverage of Sportsnet's HOCKEY CENTRAL Signing Season, starting at 11:00 a.m. ET. This marks the first time Sportsnet's coverage will be available to viewers in the U.S., following the landmark Canadian rights deal between the National Hockey League and Rogers.

NHL Network-U.S. and Sportsnet 360 will chronicle the free-agency frenzy with HOCKEY CENTRAL Signing Season hosted by Daren Millard, Jeff Marek and Christine Simpson and featuring panelists and hockey insiders Nick Kypreos, Damien Cox, Elliotte Friedman, Doug MacLean, John Shannon, Scott Morrison, Chris Johnston, Greg Millen, Darren Pang and Billy Jaffe. The show will bring viewers the most up-to-date information on signings and trades as well as analysis of all 30 NHL® teams.

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Ducks sign goalie Igor Bobkov to one-year contract

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 3:27 PM / News

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Goaltender Igor Bobkov signed a one-year contract with the Anaheim Ducks on Monday. Financial terms of the contract were not released. He could have become a restricted free agent Tuesday.

Bobkov, 23, split the season between the Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League and Utah Grizzlies of the ECHL. In 29 AHL games he went 17-8-4 with a 2.04 goals-against average, .921 save percentage and two shutouts.

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Devils' Volchenkov to get compliance buyout: report

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 12:43 PM / News

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The New Jersey Devils placed defenseman Anton Volchenkov on waivers Monday with the intent of using their second compliance buyout on the remaining two years on his contract, according to multiple media reports.

Volchenkov, 32, is owed $4.25 million each of the next two seasons as part of a six-year contract he signed with the Devils prior to the 2010-11 season.

He had eight assists in 56 games last season. He led the Devils with 129 hits and was second with 91 blocked shots.

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NHL announces 2014-15 schedule updates

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 12:42 PM / Schedule

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NEW YORK -- The National Hockey League today announced the following adjustments to the 2014-15 regular-season schedule:

Montreal Canadiens at Tampa Bay Lightning moves from April 7 to Monday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Carolina Hurricanes at New York Rangers moves from Oct. 17 to Thursday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m. ET.

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Maple Leafs prepare to buy out Gleason: reports

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 12:37 PM / News

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The Toronto Maple Leafs placed defenseman Tim Gleason on waivers Monday with the intent to buy out the remaining two years on his contract, according to multiple media reports.

Gleason, 31, has two more years remaining at an average annual value of $4 million on a four-year contract he signed with the Carolina Hurricanes.

This is not a compliance buyout; Toronto already used the two allowed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement on defenseman Mike Komisarek and forward Mikhail Grabovski following the 2012-13 season.

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Jets, defenseman Pardy agree to one-year deal

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 12:12 PM / News

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The Winnipeg Jets have agreed to terms with defenseman Adam Pardy on a one-year contract worth $700,000.

Pardy, 30, had six assists in 60 games last season for the Jets.

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Mitchell, Salo among remaining UFA defensemen

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 10:00 AM / News

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

The market for defensemen eligible to become unrestricted free agents July 1 has looked thin on paper since the end of the season, and became even thinner when Andrei Markov was taken off the board earlier this week with a new three-year contract from the Montreal Canadiens.

However, teams shopping for defensemen should still be able to find a few gems, a couple of first-time UFAs still on the right side of 30 and several veterans who could fill in depth roles and play valuable minutes next season.

Matt Niskanen headlines the gems and likely will get a big payday based on how he played last season for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Anton Stralman could rival Niskanen for value if he continues to play the way he did for the New York Rangers this season.

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Brodeur's future among top free-agent questions

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 3:00 AM / NHL Free Agency 2014

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

The wooing period is almost over. A lot of money is about to change hands.

Unrestricted free agents can start fielding official contract offers from NHL teams at noon ET July 1. If history is a guide, many of them will do quite well.

In preparation for the frenzy that is the NHL free-agent market, here are nine questions that likely will be answered in the coming days. The answers will shape the future of many players and teams.

1. Is there a market for Martin Brodeur?

The answer is probably yes, but it's thin and the 42-year-old goaltender won't get what he wants, which is a promise for playing time on a Cup-contending team. If Brodeur signs anywhere it will be as a backup. He had a .901 save percentage last season and hasn't been better than .908 since 2009-10.

It would be a shock if he re-signs with the New Jersey Devils. They realize it's time to move on without him and make Cory Schneider the unquestioned No. 1 goalie. Brodeur has said he doesn't want to stand in the way of that.

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Gagner with Coyotes after trades; Oilers get Purcell

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 12:59 AM / News

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Forward Sam Gagner was traded twice Sunday, winding up with the Arizona Coyotes.

The Coyotes acquired the center and right wing B.J. Crombeen from the Tampa Bay Lightning for a sixth-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. Tampa Bay earlier obtained Gagner from the Edmonton Oilers in a trade for right wing Teddy Purcell.

"It's been a roller coaster of emotions," Gagner said, according to The Canadian Press. "I was talking to my agent, and he had said when Tampa [Bay] traded for me that there might be something else going on. So it was something that I was prepared for. I wasn't really expecting to be traded (again) today."

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Lightning trade three forwards, get draft picks

Monday, 06.30.2014 / 12:08 AM / News

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The Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday traded three forwards from their roster and acquired three later-round picks in the 2015 NHL Draft.

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