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Plenty of #FantasyHockey potential on the New York Rangers roster.<br><br>Check out NHL Fantasy for

Plenty of #FantasyHockey potential on the New York Rangers roster.

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21/08/2019, USA, Hockey-Ice, NHL (ice-hockey), Article # 29381671
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New York Rangers fantasy preview for 2019-20

As part of NHL.com's 31 in 31 series, the fantasy hockey staff identifies relevant players from the New York Rangers.

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Benning: Canucks trying to get on common ground with Boeser

Benning: Canucks trying to get on common ground with Boeser

21/08/2019, USA, Hockey-Ice, NHL (ice-hockey), Article # 29381521

Fresh off signing a three-year contract extension, Canucks general manager Jim Benning addressed the main question on every Vancouver fan's mind: What's the latest with restricted free agent Brock Boeser?

"I am continuing to talk with (Boeser's agent) Ben Hankinson," Benning said, per NHL.com. "We are trying to get some common ground. None of the RFA's have signed yet, so we're going to continue to work with him, and I am hopeful we can get something done here before camp so he is there for the start of camp."

Vancouver's training camp is scheduled to begin Sept. 13, with preseason games starting on the 16th.

"We have three more weeks to negotiate with Ben Hankinson about Brock and try to get it figured. I think the Bo Horvat (contract) happened like three days before camp (in 2017), so I still feel we have time to keep working on it and I'm hopeful it's going to get done."

Boeser is one of several star RFA's around the NHL seemingly at an impasse in contract negotiations. When the 22-year-old discussed his situation in July, he said he's confident everything will work out and the two sides will be able to agree to a new deal.

The Canucks have had an active offseason that's included the free-agent signings of Tyler Myers and Micheal Ferland, while also acquiring J.T. Miller via trade from the Tampa Bay Lightning. With all the new moves, Vancouver has a projected $5.08 million to sign both Boeser and fellow RFA forward Nikolay Goldobin, per Cap Friendly.

Injuries limited Boeser to 69 games in 2018-19, but he still ranked third on the Canucks with 26 goals, adding 30 assists.

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- Can Henrik Lundqvist return to form?<br>- How will Kaapo Kakko be in his first season?<br>- Who wi

- Can Henrik Lundqvist return to form?
- How will Kaapo Kakko be in his first season?
- Who wi

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- Can Henrik Lundqvist return to form?
- How will Kaapo Kakko be in his first season?
- Who will fill the No. 2 center spot?

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Three questions facing New York Rangers

NHL.com is providing in-depth analysis for each of its 31 teams throughout August. Today, three important questions facing the New York Rangers.

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Report: Bruins, Cassidy have begun talks on contract extension

Report: Bruins, Cassidy have begun talks on contract extension

21/08/2019, USA, Hockey-Ice, NHL (ice-hockey), Article # 29380792

The Boston Bruins and head coach Bruce Cassidy have begun talks on a potential contract extension, reports The Athletic's Joe McDonald.

Cassidy's current deal expires after the 2019-20 season. He took over behind Boston's bench in February 2017, replacing Claude Julien. Cassidy joined the NHL club as an assistant coach prior to the 2016-17 campaign after working with the AHL's Providence Bruins from 2008-16.

The Bruins own the NHL's second-best record (117-52-22) during the 54-year-old's tenure. Only the Tampa Bay Lightning have been more successful over that span.

Boston has qualified for the playoffs in all three seasons under Cassidy and came within one victory of winning the Stanley Cup this past spring.

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Video - We'll let you marvel at this Patrick Kane beauty. ( IG/sawyerdevelopmentinstitute, Chica

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Marner's camp contacted Swiss club Zurich for practice opportunity

Marner's camp contacted Swiss club Zurich for practice opportunity

21/08/2019, USA, Hockey-Ice, NHL (ice-hockey), Article # 29380567

The camp of Toronto Maple Leafs winger Mitch Marner has contacted the Zurich Lions of the National League in Switzerland, the team confirmed Tuesday.

Marner is still without a contract and previously said he "probably" wouldn't attend the team's training camp, which begins Sept. 13, without a new deal in place.

Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas had positive talks with the 22-year-old's agent, Darren Ferris, in a meeting last week, according to TSN's Darren Dreger.

The maximum salary in the National League is 450,000 Swiss franc (approximately $460,200), according to 2112 Hockey Agency. Fellow Maple Leaf Auston Matthews spent his draft season with Zurich before Toronto selected him first overall in the 2016 NHL Draft.

Marner is coming off a breakout season in which he recorded a career-high 94 points and is part of a deep class of restricted free agents who are reportedly waiting for him to set the market before signing deals with their respective clubs.

Though the Maple Leafs are currently above the $81.5-million salary cap, they can build a roster with a projected cap hit up to $92.05 million before placing Nathan Horton and David Clarkson on long-term injured reserve in order to become cap compliant, according to CapFriendly.

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Report: Marner's camp contacted Swiss club Zurich

Report: Marner's camp contacted Swiss club Zurich

21/08/2019, USA, Hockey-Ice, NHL (ice-hockey), Article # 29380351

The camp of Toronto Maple Leafs winger Mitch Marner has contacted the Zurich Lions of the National League in Switzerland, a European source told Sportsnet's Rick Dhaliwal.

Marner is still without a contract and previously said he "probably" wouldn't attend the team's training camp, which begins Sept. 13, without a new deal in place.

Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas had positive talks with the 22-year-old's agent, Darren Ferris, in a meeting last week, according to TSN's Darren Dreger.

The maximum salary in the National League is 450,000 Swiss franc (approximately $460,200), according to 2112 Hockey Agency. Fellow Maple Leaf Auston Matthews spent his draft season with Zurich before Toronto selected him first overall in the 2016 NHL Draft.

Marner is coming off a breakout season in which he recorded a career-high 94 points and is part of a deep class of restricted free agents who are reportedly waiting for him to set the market before signing deals with their respective clubs.

Though the Maple Leafs are currently above the $81.5-million salary cap, they can build a roster with a projected cap hit up to $92.05 million before placing Nathan Horton and David Clarkson on long-term injured reserve in order to become cap compliant, according to CapFriendly.

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Video - ️ PAD STACK ALERT! Hunter Miska making a name for himself out there. (: Da Beauty L

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Report: Marner's camp contacted Swiss club Zurich

Report: Marner's camp contacted Swiss club Zurich

21/08/2019, USA, Hockey-Ice, NHL (ice-hockey), Article # 29380189

The camp of Toronto Maple Leafs winger Mitch Marner has contacted the Zurich Lions of the National League in Switzerland, a European source told Sportsnet's Rick Dhaliwal.

Marner is still without a contract and previously said he 'probably' wouldn't attend the team's training camp, which begins Sept. 13, without a new deal in place.

Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas had positive talks with the 22-year-old's agent, Darren Ferris, in a meeting last week, according to TSN's Darren Dreger.

The maximum salary in the National League is 450,000 Swiss franc (approximately $460,200), according to 2112 Hockey Agency. Fellow Maple Leaf Auston Matthews spent his draft season with Zurich before Toronto selected him first overall in the 2016 NHL Draft.

Marner is coming off a breakout season in which he recorded a career-high 94 points and is part of a deep class of restricted free agents who are reportedly waiting for him to set the market before signing deals with their respective clubs.

Though the Maple Leafs are currently above the $81.5-million salary cap, they can build a roster with a projected cap hit up to $92.05 million before placing Nathan Horton and David Clarkson on long-term injured reserve in order to become cap compliant, according to CapFriendly.

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