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Blackhawks name Seabrook as alternate captain

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 8:19 PM / News


When the 2015-16 season begins on Oct. 7, the United Center will have a new championship banner, and the Blackhawks will have a new alternate captain on the ice.

Joel Quenneville announced today that Brent Seabrook will join Duncan Keith and Jonathan Toews as the team’s captains.

“I’m very honored to be a part of the (leadership) group up here and wear a letter for the Chicago Blackhawks,” Seabrook said.

Patrick Kane addresses media at training camp

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 8:00 PM / News


Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane reported to training camp Thursday and spoke publicly for the first time since being placed under investigation for an incident at his offseason home last month.

Kane reported with his teammates to the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind., to begin training camp for the 2015-16 season.

Flanked by Blackhawks president John McDonough, general manager Stan Bowman and coach Joel Quenneville at a podium, Kane read a prepared statement:

"This has been an incredibly difficult time for many people. I cannot apologize enough for the distraction this has caused my family, my teammates, this incredible organization, and of course, our fans. While I have too much respect for the legal process to comment on an ongoing matter, I am confident, that once all the facts are brought to light, I will be absolved of having done anything wrong."

Coach stays behind as Canucks open camp

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 7:57 PM / NHL Insider

Kevin Woodley - NHL.com Correspondent

VANCOUVER -- For the newest members of the Vancouver Canucks, the first days of training camp should be their first chance to make a strong first impression on their new coach. The problem is that coach Willie Desjardins won't actually be at camp.

While the rest of the team packed for the 75-minute flight north to Prince George, British Columbia, after physical testing and meeting the media Thursday, the second-year coach was forced to stay behind in Vancouver after having hip replacement surgery on Sept. 8.

Desjardins felt good enough to talk to the media, using a cane with an arm support for his right side to make his way in and out of a makeshift media room at Rogers Arena. However, he wasn't able to convince the medical staff he was ready to fly to the three-day training camp.

"I wanted to go," the 58-year-old said. "The doctors wouldn't let me go."

Alfredsson hired as Senators senior adviser

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 7:52 PM / News


Longtime Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson will join their front office as senior adviser of hockey operations, owner Eugene Melnyk said Thursday.

"I am excited for our fans and our team that Daniel has agreed to begin the second part of his storied hockey career right where he belongs -- with the Senators," Melnyk said in a statement. "Daniel has been an exceptional part of our team's history. He was a tremendous leader on the ice and equally in our community. I very much want him to continue to be part of our hockey club and our city.

"Bringing the Stanley Cup to Ottawa has always been my focus, now more than ever. I believe Daniel's experience and track record as one of the elite players in our league will bring us closer to that goal."

Alfredsson will spend the season in the Senators hockey department, serving as an adviser to general manager Bryan Murray and working in areas such as scouting and player development. He will begin his new job immediately.

New energy as Devils start first camp post-Lamoriello

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 5:26 PM / 2015-2016 Season Preview

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

NEWARK, N.J. -- Travis Zajac showed up for the first day of his 10th training camp with the New Jersey Devils on Thursday and had a feeling he never had before.

"It's almost like getting traded," Zajac said. "There's a new [general manager], new coach, new faces. It's a fresh start for me to go out and prove that I'm still capable of being a top player."

Everything around the Devils on Thursday felt a bit off, odd and different to the players who have been in the organization prior to this season. It's obvious as to why. There is a significant presence missing at Prudential Center.

Lou Lamoriello, the architect of the Devils for 28 years as general manager and president, was going through the first day of his first training camp as GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs while his former players were starting to experience life without Lou for the first time.

Team Europe roster projection for World Cup

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 5:25 PM / World Cup of Hockey 2016

David Satriano - NHL.com Fantasy Staff Writer

Team Europe, coached by Ralph Krueger, will have plenty of NHL and international experience but figures to be at a disadvantage in the 2016 World Cup of Hockey because its players haven't played together before as a group.

The roster will be comprised of players from European nations, excluding Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic and Russia. It's likely to prominently feature players from Switzerland, Slovakia, Germany and Denmark, although players from other countries are eligible.

Former NHL forward Miroslav Satan, who played for Slovakia's national team, is general manager. It's his task to assemble a group of players from multiple countries who can quickly come together as a cohesive unit for the tournament, which will be held Sept. 17-Oct. 1, 2016, in Toronto.

Here's what Team Europe's roster could look like (alphabetically by position):

Subban donation resonates for Canadiens, Quebec

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 5:04 PM / News

Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com

BROSSARD, Quebec -- P.K. Subban made his boss proud.

Montreal Canadiens owner and president Geoff Molson said Thursday he was impressed by Subban's commitment of a $10 million donation to the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation, and that it allowed many people to see a side of the star defenseman they might not have known before.

Molson was asked if Subban will be looked at differently now that he has added the position of philanthropist to his resume.

"As a hockey player, no, as a person, probably yes," Molson said Thursday at a press conference to announce a real estate project. "He spoke from the heart [Wednesday] and it was impressive. We learned a lot about P.K. [Wednesday]."

Babcock focused on restoring Maple Leafs' luster

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 3:46 PM / 2015-2016 Season Preview

Mike Brophy - NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO -- Don't bother Mike Babcock with questions about the past.

That was the message from the new Toronto Maple Leafs coach when he met with the media at MasterCard Centre on Thursday as his players took their physicals prior to the start of training camp, which begins Friday in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

"We can spend all the time you want talking about the last this many years and that many years; none of that is on my radar at all," Babcock said. "It starts here today for me. My job starts today as far as the on-ice product and we're going to work hard to make that better. We're going to work hard to restore the Maple Leafs to the rightful place in the League."

Two-time Stanley Cup winner Daniel Carcillo retires

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 3:44 PM / News


Forward Daniel Carcillo, who played nine seasons in the NHL and was part of two Stanley Cup winning teams, announced his retirement Thursday.

Carcillo, 30, won the Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks last season, scoring four goals and eight points in 39 regular-season games. He did not play in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Islanders trade Grabner to Maple Leafs for five players

Thursday, 09.17.2015 / 2:24 PM / News


The New York Islanders on Thursday traded forward Michael Grabner to the Toronto Maple Leafs for five players.

Going to the Islanders are forwards Carter Verhaeghe and Taylor Beck, defensemen Tom Nilsson and Matthew Finn, and goaltender Christopher Gibson.

Grabner, 27, was limited to 34 games last season because of injuries; he missed the first two months of the season recovering from surgery to repair a sports hernia sustained during preseason. He had eight goals and 13 points in the regular season and played in two Stanley Cup Playoff games.

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