Enforcer Cam Janssen Heading to England

Cam Janssen

It looks like former New Jersey Devils enforcer Cam Janssen won’t find a home in the NHL next season after signing a contract with the Nottingham Panthers in England’s Elite Ice Hockey League.

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Stastny ready to take on leadership role in St. Louis

Paul Stastny

With T.J. Oshie dealt to the Washington Capitals in the offseason, Paul Stastny is ready to embrace more of a leadership role in second season with the St. Louis Blues.

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Niagara hockey announces freshmen class

Joe O'Brien

Joe O’Brien, a goalie from Brentwood, Mo., won 37 games with a .926 save percentage in two seasons with the Nipawin Hawks of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. This past season, O’Brien earned the Sherwood Division Goalie of the Year.

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Brian O’Rourke Added to the Blue Line

Brian O'Rourke

The Rapid City Rush, proud ECHL affiliate of the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes and AHL’s Springfield Falcons, announced earlier today the signing of rookie defenseman Brian O’Rourke for the 2015-16 ECHL season.  O’Rourke becomes the third defenseman announced this offseason, joining Brett Kostolansky and Kirill Tulupov.

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Tkachuk well positioned to follow in father’s footsteps

Matthew Tkachuk

Had Matthew Tkachuk been named after his father, he’d be going through life as Keith Tkachuk Jr. While that’s not the case, you’d be well within your rights to call Matthew Keith Tkachuk 2.0.

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Friendship, famous dads connect three Team USA prospects

Matthew Tkachuk

Fifteen years ago, Ryan MacInnis, Matthew Tkachuk and Dominic Turgeon ran around the bowels of Scottrade Center like they owned the place, playing mini-sticks and generally creating havoc in the dressing room where their fathers — Keith Tkachuk, Al MacInnis and Pierre Turgeon — were all members of the St. Louis Blues.

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2016 NHL Draft: Most Intriguing Prospects

Logan Brown

Logan Brown is, at the very least, the most physically intimidating forward prospect available for the draft next summer. Standing 6’6″ and tipping the scales at 225 pounds, Brown is a menace on the ice with his combination of skill and hulking size.

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Maple Leafs Will Probably Take Matthew Tkachuk in 2016 Draft

Matthew Tkachuk

Matthew Tkachuk, the son of former NHLer Keith Tkachuk, is one of the top prospects eligible for the 2016 Draft. Playing with the U.S. National Team Development Program last season, he will also be playing for a new team in 2015-16. That team will be the London Knights of the OHL. Hence, the connection begins.

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Condors Sign Philip McRae

Philip McRae

The Bakersfield Condors, owned by the Edmonton Oilers, announced today that C Philip McRae has been signed to an American Hockey League (AHL) contract. The 25-year old spent last season with the Chicago Wolves (affiliate of the St. Louis Blues) in the AHL.

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Ryan MacInnis One of Seven Cut by Team USA

Ryan MacInnis

The national team announced on Tuesday morning that forwards Ryan MacInnis, Conor Garland, Jordan Greenway, and Christian Fischer had been cut from the U20 roster at development camp in Lake Placid; those four were joined by defensemen Jack Dougherty and Joshua Jacobs as the two defensemen cut, while blue liner Jonathan Macleod has left camp for ‘precautionary reasons’.

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