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Selanne apologizes for Boudreau barbs in book
Teemu Selanne managed to make a stir on the first day of the Anaheim Ducks' training camp even after his retirement. For the troubles, Selanne apologized, saying that wasn't his intent in airing frustration published in his biography.

Panthers open camp with new coach Gallant
Gerard Gallant never had a coach that he didn't enjoy playing for, and he wants the Florida Panthers to feel that way about him.

Wild sign goalie Kuemper to 2-year contract
Darcy Kuemper is on his way back to Minnesota to try to save the Wild's muddled goaltending situation.

Sharks extend Braun for 5 years, $19 million
The San Jose Sharks have signed defenseman Justin Braun to a $19 million, five-year extension.

Talks between Jackets, Johansen stall again
Talks between the Columbus Blue Jackets and leading scorer Ryan Johansen are clearly at a contentious impasse.

Wild's Harding (broken foot) out indefinitely
Minnesota Wild goalie Josh Harding has a broken right foot, putting him out indefinitely.

DeKeyser re-signs with Wings on 2 year-deal
The Detroit Red Wings have re-signed restricted free-agent blue-liner Danny DeKeyser to a two-year contact, the team announced Tuesday.

Ducks sign Smith-Pelly to two-year contract
Free-agent win Devante Smith-Pelly gets a two-year contract to stay with the Anaheim Ducks

Oilers hire Olympian Pelletier as skating coach
The Edmonton Oilers have hired Olympic figure skating champion David Pelletier as a skating coach.

Alfredsson out for back as training camp opens
Daniel Alfredsson won't be with the Detroit Red Wings when they open camp Thursday. Whether his NHL career continues is also in question.

Habs don't name captain, go with 4 alternates
After months of speculation regarding who would wear the revered "C" this season for the Montreal Canadiens, the Habs decided to go a different route altogether and name four alternate captains.

Lucic will be limited at B's camp due to surgery
Bruins forward Milan Lucic will be limited at training camp due to wrist surgery.

Ovechkin on knee: 'Everything feels fine'
Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin says the right knee he injured at the hockey world championship is fine and he's been working out for the past month or so.

NHL targets diving, prohibits 'spin-o-rama'
Repeat offenders for diving and their coaches will face increasingly steeper fines as part of a series of rule changes announced by the NHL.

Koivu hangs up skates after 18 NHL seasons
Longtime Montreal Canadiens captain Saku Koivu has retired.

Source: Rangers give Malone two-way deal
The New York Rangers have agreed to terms with free-agent forward Ryan Malone, the team announce in a release Thursday afternoon.

Wild sign RW Niederreiter to 3-year contract
The Minnesota Wild have signed right wing Nino Niederreiter to a three-year contract.

Ducks extend Boudreau's deal through 2017
Coach Bruce Boudreau and the Anaheim Ducks have agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2016-17 season.

Rangers, defenseman Moore agree to new deal
The stalemate between the Rangers and defenseman John Moore has ended.

Sponsorship of Coyotes' arena OK'd by city
The home of the NHL's Arizona Coyotes is now officially named the Gila River Arena.

Sabres owners reach agreement to buy Bills
Buffalo Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula reached a sale agreement with the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday, the team announced.

Two charged in death of Rangers' Boogaard
A former minor league hockey player and a physician assistant have been charged in connection with the 2011 accidental overdose death of New York Rangers enforcer Derek Boogaard.

Suter, 'Miracle On Ice' player, dies at age 57
Bob Suter, a member of the "Miracle On Ice" team that won the Olympic gold medal in 1980 and the father of Minnesota Wild star Ryan Suter, died Tuesday at the age of 57.

Ovechkin on protest photo: Don't want war
In August, Alex Ovechkin posted a picture holding a sign that said "#Save Children From Fascism." He was wearing a "No War" T-shirt. On Monday, Ovechkin explained the photo.

Capitals, Blackhawks to play at Nats' field
The Washington Capitals will celebrate New Year's Day 2015 with an outdoor game at Nationals Park, a source confirmed to ESPN.com Sunday.

Panthers sign No. 1 overall pick Ekblad
The Florida Panthers have signed defenseman Aaron Ekblad, the top overall pick in the NHL draft, to a three-year, entry-level contract on Wednesday.

Bruins' Krejci gets 6-year, $43.5M extension
David Krejci and the Boston Bruins have agreed on a six-year deal worth $43.5 million that will start in 2015-16, the team announced Thursday.

Avalanche sign Barrie to two-year contract
The Colorado Avalanche signed Tyson Barrie to a two-year deal after a breakout season by the defenseman.

Moore: Glad to be done with Bertuzzi lawsuit
Steve Moore says the 10 years since his NHL career ended with an on-ice attack have been "long and trying," but he is glad to be done with the legal ordeal.

Schultz agrees with Oilers after career year
The Edmonton Oilers agreed to terms with defenseman Justin Schultz on a one-year deal, the team announced Friday.

NHL: Expansion not imminent despite interest
The NHL insists expansion is not imminent.

Senators ink G Anderson to 3-year extension
Goaltender Craig Anderson has signed a $12.6 million, three-year contract extension with the Ottawa Senators.

CEO of Maple Leafs, Raptors to step down
Tim Leiweke, the CEO of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, will step down next year.

Former Ranger, 6-time All-Star Vadnais dies
Former NHL defenseman Carol Vadnais, a six-time All-Star, has died. He was 68.

Veteran G Giguere retires after 16 seasons
The goaltender known as "Jiggy" is stepping away from the net.

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