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The Ottawa Senators might well have one more trade up their sleeves as they look to get their roster set for the 2014-2015 NHL campaign.
Larry Brooks of the New York Post writes … Rick Nash is not leaving the Garden
Amalie Benjamin of The Boston Globe writes … Bartkowski — who was almost traded in 2013 for Jarome Iginla — could be a subject of trade discussions.
OFFICIAL: #NYR have agreed to terms with free agent forward Matthew Lombardi.
— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) July 16, 2014
Jonathan Willis of the Edmonton Journal writes … Should the Oilers explore trading their 2015 first round draft choice?
Ansar Khan of mlive.com writes … Red Wings no longer searching for free-agent bargains, trade talks have slowed down
Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald Writes … Bruins have move to make on blue line
Rumours: O’Reilly, Colorado talks go ice cold
TVA Sports writes … Canadiens are on the list of teams that Letang would go to
Mike Halford of ProHockeyTalk.com writes … Could the Chicago-Florida pipeline open once again?
— Jason Gregor (@JasonGregor) July 9, 2014
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As the Chicago Blackhawks build for the next NHL campaign the franchise have been given the boost with the news that both Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane have put pen to paper on new long-term deals.
csnne.com writes … Who could the Bruins target in free agency?
Ansar Khan of Michigan Live writes … Mike Green appears best fit for Red Wings, who need a right-handed shooting defenseman
Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun writes … Ottawa Sens have some big decisions to make between the pipes
David Staples of the Edmonton Journal writes … Free agent centre Derek Roy is available. But is he any better than Mark Arcobello?
Kevin Allen of USA Today Sports writes … 10 interesting free agents still out there
Helene St. James, Detroit Free Press Sports Writer writes … Detroit Red Wings trade talk: Buffalo defenseman Tyler Myers could fill major void
Jason Botchford of The Province writes … Markstrom has asked for the Canucks to trade him after the Ryan Miller signing.