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Oilers and Justin Schultz agree do this all over again in 2015

Edmonton - Aug. 29, 2014: It was the news Edmonton Oilers fans were waiting to hear and yet many seem to be almost disappointed in the money the organization had to cough up in order to ink defenceman Justin Schultz to a one year deal. While the masses were hoping for some sort of team friendly bridge contract, that was never going to part of the equation when it was all said and done. FULL STORY

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Oilers and Justin Schultz Agree To 1 Year Deal

Edmonton - Aug. 29, 2014: In my mind, the deal had to get done in order for the Oilers to enter into camps and the pre-season with full knowledge of their arsenal, but a large part of me does wonder why such a long hold-up. FULL STORY

Sabres Top 5 Prospects (with a twist)

Buffalo - Aug. 29, 2014: The Sabres are littered with quality prospects, but who are their best overall prospects at each position? FULL STORY

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Jets: Which Prospect Will Make a Splash In Training Camp?

Winnipeg - Aug. 28, 2014: It seems like every year it happens with nearly every NHL team. The team is 90 per cent pencilled in, and has a projected blue chip prospect set to step forward. But then it happens. A rookie whose time is right, comes out of nowhere, makes a good impression in camp, produces in pre-season games, and low and behold, grabs himself a roster spot. FULL STORY

TIMEOUT: Who wins the Stanley Cup in 2014-15?

Stoney Point - Aug. 28, 2014: In this week's installment of 30 Second Timeout we asked the following question: Crystal Ball time - who wins the Stanley Cup in 2014-15? I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that Chicago Blackhawks will win the Stanley Cup in 2014-15. I like their depth, experience, and skill. Most of all, they're goaltending isn't a question mark unlike San Jose, Anaheim, and St.Louis. Adding Brad Richards for a paltry $2M and letting Michal Handzus, Brandon Bollig, and PM Bouchard go were astute moves on GM Stan Bowman's part. FULL STORY

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Does Oscar Klefbom fit into the Edmonton Oilers 2014-15 plans?
Edmonton - Aug. 27, 2014: Edmonton Oilers general manager Craig MacTavish was a busy man in trying to improve his blueine this summer and while he did manage to add the trio of Keith Aulie, Mark Fayne and Nikita Nikitin, one has to wonder where Oscar Klefbom fits into the mix for the upcoming 2014-15 campaign.
Bruins: Bear-ly a whisper…
Boston - Aug. 27, 2014: While it may have been a quiet summer for Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli, it appears as though he could become rather busy prior to the start of the 2015-16 National Hockey League campaign.
Bring the Winter Classic back to Buffalo
Buffalo - Aug. 27, 2014: The original Winter Classic was just that: a classic. But will the event ever return to Buffalo?
Sabres have 8 prospects on ESPN
Buffalo - Aug. 26, 2014: The Sabres are overflowing with high-end prospects and it only stands to get better after the 2015 NHL Draft.
The worst draft picks in Sabres history: Shawn Anderson
Buffalo - Aug. 25, 2014: Shawn Anderson looked like the next great puck-moving defenseman, but ended up being just another Sabres bust.
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