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Red Wings' Youth Could Bring Big Success

by Anthony Pucik

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The Detroit Red Wings re-signed 23 year-old winger Tomas Tatar to a three year deal worth $2.75 million per year after 19 goals and 39 points in his first full NHL season. Tatar is just one of the many young players on the Red Wings that performed well last season, and will be instrumental in his team’s success next season and beyond.

Islanders’ Youngsters Resigning

by Anthony Pucik

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The Islanders picking up goaltender Jaroslav Halak and forwards Mikail Grabovski and Nikolai Kulemin in free agency have been their biggest moves thus far, but they have also made other important signings that should not be overlooked.

Rangers Stock Up on Depth

by Anthony Pucik

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Aside from re-signing Dominic Moore and acquiring Dan Boyle and Tanner Glass, the Rangers haven’t been very active in acquiring some of the league’s best free agents this offseason, but they haven’t exactly been quiet either. The Blueshirts have made a handful of depth moves since picking up Boyle and Glass that could prove very beneficial.

NHL Free Agency: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

by Anthony Pucik

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After a busy first ten days NHL free agency has calmed down a bit, and there have been some interesting deals to say the least thus far.  There have been some overpaid players, veterans that have gone to play elsewhere and some deals that just leave you scratching your head.