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Brossoit's 38 saves help Jets to preseason win over Minnesota

Dano, Morrow tally in team's preseason opener

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton /

WINNIPEG - Talk about making a first impression.

Goaltender Laurent Brossoit made 38 saves, including a highlight reel glove save on a Ryan Murphy blast in the third period, to help the Winnipeg Jets to a 2-1 preseason win over the Minnesota Wild on Monday.

Brossoit, who signed a one-year contract on July 1, trains with Connor Hellebuyck at the Net 360 Camp in Kelowna, and looked every bit as comfortable as his training partner in the Jets net in the preseason opener.

"Anytime you come into preseason, especially with a new organization, it's nice to get a good win and a good feeling having getting a lot of rubber," said Brossoit. "I felt the puck a lot, so it was definitely a nice feeling to come in and make an impression like that."

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Notebook: Camp Commences in Boston, Bergeron has Setback, Krug Rehabs

Competition remains strong at Bruins camp despite split squads

by Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins /

BOSTON - Warrior Ice Arena was notably different than years past for Day 1 of the 2018 Training Camp, presented by AT&T. The usually boisterous locker room was tamer than usual, missing the prominent voices of Brad Marchand and David Backes among others. In total, the Boston group is missing 21 players, many of whom will be on the opening night roster. One thing that is not missing from this year's training camp: competition.

"The message to the group was pretty simple," said Bruins assistant coach Joe Sacco, who is part of the group staying in Boston. "There's really not a big difference here. We've kept some players behind here, we sent some guys over there. Both groups there's guys that are competing for jobs and that's really the message that was sent to both teams.

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Sweeney: McQuaid Trade 'A Difficult Decision'

Bruins teammates praise defenseman's leadership, grit

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

BOSTON - The National Hockey League is a business. Roster turnover, coaching changes, and personnel departures are inevitable.

Knowing that, however, does not make losing a teammate any easier - especially one as respected as Adam McQuaid.

That much was made clear on Tuesday following Don Sweeney's announcement that he was trading the veteran blue liner to the New York Rangers in exchange for defenseman Steven Kampfer and two draft picks.

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Trade Coverage

Pacioretty traded to Golden Knights by Canadiens

Montreal acquires Tatar, Suzuki, second-round pick in 2019 from Vegas for captain, who signs four-year extension @NHL

Max Pacioretty was traded to the Vegas Golden Knights by the Montreal Canadiens for forward Tomas Tatar, forward prospect Nick Suzuki and a second-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft on Sunday.

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China Games

Chara, Krug won't play for Bruins in NHL China Games

Defensemen to continue preparing for training camp in Boston

by Matt Kalman / Correspondent

BOLTON, Mass. -- Zdeno Chara and Torey Krug will not play for the Boston Bruins at the 2018 O.R.G. NHL China Games, coach Bruce Cassidy said prior to the Boston Bruins Foundation Golf Tournament at The International on Tuesday.

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Rask aims to stay fresh for Bruins throughout season with Halak as backup

Starting goalie expects playing time to be spread out

by Amalie Benjamin @AmalieBenjamin / Staff Writer

MIDDLETON, Mass. -- Tuukka Rask knows his sweet spot is when he plays in the 50-game range.

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Sekera out indefinitely for Oilers with torn Achilles tendon

Defenseman has surgery, missed 34 games last season with ACL injury @NHL

Andrej Sekera had surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon on Tuesday and is out indefinitely for the Edmonton Oilers.

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free agency

Dano agrees to one-year contract with Jets

Forward gets $800,000, avoids arbitration hearing @NHL

Marko Dano agreed to terms on a one-year, $800,000 contract with the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday.

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Trade Coverage

Hossa traded to Coyotes by Blackhawks in seven-player deal

Forward who won't play again has three years left on contract; Hinostroza to Arizona, Kruger to Chicago @NHL

The Chicago Blackhawks cleared NHL salary cap space by trading Marian Hossa to the Arizona Coyotes as part of a seven-player deal Thursday.

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free agency

NHL goalies on move since start of free agency

Hutton, Halak, Mrazek among 16 at position to sign with new team

by Kevin Woodley / Correspondent

Since NHL free agency began July 1, there have been 16 goalies who signed with new teams and four who re-signed, leaving most starting and backup jobs accounted for.

Here's a look at some of the signings and what it means for their new team: 

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