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With the 2016 NHL draft in the books, Corey Pronman grades all 30 teams on their hauls, with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Winnipeg Jets leading the way.
Scott Burnside and Craig Custance recap the first round of the NHL draft where Auston Matthews as expected went first overall to the Maple Leafs, but things changed quickly in the picks that followed.
Auston Matthews, an 18-year-old center from Arizona, went to the Maple Leafs with the No. 1 overall pick in Friday's NHL draft, becoming the first American-born player to go No. 1 since 2007.
Corey Pronman serves up scouting notes and team fits for every first-round pick of the 2016 NHL draft.
The two Western Conference teams are on a mission to fill two key positions and have the goods to get them.
The NHL draft will bring new prospects to each team, and the weekend promises to be full of trades as well. What are the top needs to fill for Eastern Conference teams?
Will Auston Matthews go first overall to the Toronto Maple Leafs? Or will Patrik Laine sneak in there? Here's the round-by-round order of picks.
Oliver Bjorkstrand scored with 1.9 seconds left in the first OT and the Lake Erie Monsters won their first Calder Cup title, beating the Hershey Bears 1-0 on Saturday night to win the AHL title.
Team USA forwards Matt Hendricks and Nick Foligno share their favorite moments so far in Russia for the Ice Hockey World Championships and look forward to their matchup against Canada on Saturday.
Craig Custance looks at five restricted free agents and one unrestricted free agent who could get deals done before July 1.
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