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Huge money, term create impossible expectations for Evander Kane in San Jose

Kane was a great match for the Sharks, but at seven years and a $7-million AAV, theyre asking him to accomplish things he never has – and stay healthy. Evander Kane turned out to be a great fit for the San Jose Sharks when they acquired him at the 2018 trade deadline. No one would deny that. But now they’re giving him enough money – and, more importantly term – that he has to be a lot more than just a great fit. Kane, 26, must become a borderline franchise player for the first time in his caree...


Golden Knights could cost sportsbooks big and alter NHL futures betting in the process

The Golden Knights are four wins away from winning the Stanley Cup and costing Vegas sportsbooks mountains of money in the process. And this once-in-a-lifetime long shot might change NHL futures betting for the foreseeable future. To say he sympathizes might be the wrong way to put it, but Todd Fuhrman is, at the very least, one of the select few who can understand how Vegas oddmakers have found themselves in this mess with the Golden Knights on the verge of going from expansion team to Stanley...


Who steps up for Capitals, Lightning in Game 7 with Stanley Cup final trip on the line?

For the fourth consecutive season, the Eastern Conference final will come down to one game, winner take all. So, with the pressure on, who steps up to send either the Lightning or the Capitals to the Stanley Cup final In 2015, Ben Bishop and Alex Killorn were the difference makers for the Tampa Bay Lightning. The very next campaign, Bryan Rust became a household name in Pittsburgh. Then, in 2017, Chris Kunitz made his mark twice, the second goal an overtime marker that helped propel the Penguin...


Rangers hiring Boston University coach David Quinn could be right move for development

In early May, it was reported that David Quinn was set to return to Boston University, but the Rangers have seemingly pried the bench boss away from the Terriers to fill the coaching vacancy in New York. It’s been six weeks since the New York Rangers fired Alain Vigneault, nearly three weeks since the Blueshirts swung and missed on rumored frontrunner-turned-Dallas Stars coach Jim Montgomery and it’s been exactly two weeks since the Carolina Hurricanes promoted Rob Brind’Amour, leaving the Rang...


Wild GM Paul Fenton finally gets his chance, and now he has to prove it was worth the wait

New Wild GM Paul Fenton spent two decades learning the ins and outs of the craft under David Poile with the Nashville Predators, and now is Fentons opportunity to show he can do whats necessary to take a team to the top of the league. There must have been times when Paul Fenton thought the call would never come. And for a while there, it looked as though Fenton would be one of those guys in the NHL whose name always came up for GM jobs, who always went through the interview process and was a fi...


With negotiations looming, Laine says he wants to remain with Jets ‘as long as they want’

With the final season of his entry-level deal on the horizon, Patrik Laine can negotiate a new deal with Winnipeg come July 1 and he made it clear that he wants to remain a Jet for the foreseeable future. Following a career-best 44-goal, 70-point campaign, a brush with the Rocket Richard Trophy and the conclusion of a three-round playoff run that saw him score five goals and 12 points in 17 games, Jets sniper Patrik Laine spoke Tuesday for the final time this campaign as Winnipeg held its exit ...


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Huge money, term create impossible expectations for Evander Kane in San Jose

Kane was a great match for the Sharks, but at seven years and a $7-million AAV, theyre asking him to accomplish things he never has – and stay healthy. Evander Kane turned out to be a great fit for the San Jose Sharks when they acquired him at the 2018 trade deadline. No one would deny that. But now they’re giving him enough money – and, more importantly term – that he has to be a lot more than just a great fit. Kane, 26, must become a borderline franchise player for the first time in his caree...


Golden Knights could cost sportsbooks big and alter NHL futures betting in the process

The Golden Knights are four wins away from winning the Stanley Cup and costing Vegas sportsbooks mountains of money in the process. And this once-in-a-lifetime long shot might change NHL futures betting for the foreseeable future. To say he sympathizes might be the wrong way to put it, but Todd Fuhrman is, at the very least, one of the select few who can understand how Vegas oddmakers have found themselves in this mess with the Golden Knights on the verge of going from expansion team to Stanley...


Who steps up for Capitals, Lightning in Game 7 with Stanley Cup final trip on the line?

For the fourth consecutive season, the Eastern Conference final will come down to one game, winner take all. So, with the pressure on, who steps up to send either the Lightning or the Capitals to the Stanley Cup final In 2015, Ben Bishop and Alex Killorn were the difference makers for the Tampa Bay Lightning. The very next campaign, Bryan Rust became a household name in Pittsburgh. Then, in 2017, Chris Kunitz made his mark twice, the second goal an overtime marker that helped propel the Penguin...


Rangers hiring Boston University coach David Quinn could be right move for development

In early May, it was reported that David Quinn was set to return to Boston University, but the Rangers have seemingly pried the bench boss away from the Terriers to fill the coaching vacancy in New York. It’s been six weeks since the New York Rangers fired Alain Vigneault, nearly three weeks since the Blueshirts swung and missed on rumored frontrunner-turned-Dallas Stars coach Jim Montgomery and it’s been exactly two weeks since the Carolina Hurricanes promoted Rob Brind’Amour, leaving the Rang...


Wild GM Paul Fenton finally gets his chance, and now he has to prove it was worth the wait

New Wild GM Paul Fenton spent two decades learning the ins and outs of the craft under David Poile with the Nashville Predators, and now is Fentons opportunity to show he can do whats necessary to take a team to the top of the league. There must have been times when Paul Fenton thought the call would never come. And for a while there, it looked as though Fenton would be one of those guys in the NHL whose name always came up for GM jobs, who always went through the interview process and was a fi...


With negotiations looming, Laine says he wants to remain with Jets ‘as long as they want’

With the final season of his entry-level deal on the horizon, Patrik Laine can negotiate a new deal with Winnipeg come July 1 and he made it clear that he wants to remain a Jet for the foreseeable future. Following a career-best 44-goal, 70-point campaign, a brush with the Rocket Richard Trophy and the conclusion of a three-round playoff run that saw him score five goals and 12 points in 17 games, Jets sniper Patrik Laine spoke Tuesday for the final time this campaign as Winnipeg held its exit ...


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