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Enigmatic Yakupov and The Bounce Back

Edmonton - Jul. 24, 2014: Nail Yakupov is primed for a bounce back season after a disappointing sophomore campaign. FULL STORY

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Shanahan takes first step in reshaping the Maple Leafs organization

Toronto - Jul. 23, 2014: On Tuesday morning Brendan Shanahan took the first step in trying to transform the Toronto Maple Leafs into a well run organization with the hiring of Kyle Dubas as the club's new assistant general manager. For the sake of the Maple Leafs and their fans, hopefully Mr. Shanahan is on the right track. FULL STORY

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TorontoMapleLeafs.com
TIMEOUT - Which current NHL coach will be fired first?

Stoney Point - Jul. 22, 2014: In this week's installment of 30 Second Timeout we asked the following question: It has been said that NHL coaches are hired to be fired. Which current NHL coach will be the first to be fired? Randy Carlyle, Dallas Eakins, Paul MacLean, Todd McLellan or who else? FULL STORY

Canucks Off-Ice Distractions Behind Them After Summer of Turnover

Edmonton - Jul. 22, 2014: The Canucks have made some significant moves this off-season in order to eliminate off-ice distractions and it should result in a more positive environment. FULL STORY

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Vancouver Province
Franson signs one year deal with Maple Leafs

Toronto - Jul. 21, 2014: Defenseman Cody Franson signed a one-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday, not long before his salary arbitration hearing was to begin. Multiple media reports said the contract will pay Franson $3.3 million this season. He can become an unrestricted free agent next summer. FULL STORY

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MapleLeafs.com
Oilers and their fans need to show patience with Mitch Moroz
Edmonton - Jul. 21, 2014: The 2014-15 campaign will mark the first season in the pro game for Edmonton Oilers prospect Mitch Moroz. While the former Edmonton Oil Kings forward will find himself in the AHL to start his career, fans of the Oilers should not expect to see the twenty year old become a regular fixture in the National Hockey League for some time.
Clever contract manuvering gives Murray flexibility
Buffalo - Jul. 19, 2014: The Buffalo Sabres’ dismal 52-point campaign in 2013-14 was punctuated by a historically bad offensive output that put the team nearly 40 goals behind the next closest club and well below the 200-goal plateau. It was a campaign that brought about the long overdue firing of Darcy Regier, the introduction of Tim Murray along with the groundwork to select Sam Reinhart second overall at this year’s entry draft.
NHL Proposal - 2015-16 Expansion and Realignment
Stoney Point - Jul. 18, 2014: There has been a great deal of speculation in the media recently about Wayne Gretzky being part of a group that would bring NHL hockey to Seattle. Those rumours follow closely on ones that suggest that Quebec City is close to bringing back the Nordiques. Based on these two possible NHL destinations, I would like to make the following NHL expansion and realignment proposal for the 2015-16 season.
Sabres sign Ennis to multi-year contract
Buffalo - Jul. 17, 2014: Forward Tyler Ennis signed a multiyear contract with the Buffalo Sabres, the team announced Thursday. Terms were not disclosed, but NHL Network analyst Kevin Weekes has reported it's for five years and $23 million.
Players to watch at Sabres Development Camp
Buffalo - Jul. 17, 2014: Development Camp is an interesting event for a few reasons. It offers onlookers their first look at many of a team’s recent draft picks mixed in with other organizational prospects. Zemgus Girgensons and Rasmus Ristolainen, a pair of players who are likely penciled into the Sabres’ opening night roster at this point. While they’ll certainly stand out due to where they are on the development curve, my interest in them is much lower than other individuals and groups.
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