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Second-round preview
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The Stanley Cup Playoffs have eight survivors now. Evan Berofsky breaks down the four series and picks conference finalists and Conn Smythe race. Full Story
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Most Added Players
Player% ±
1Justin Abdelkader, DET, LW1
2Kevin Klein, NYR, D1
3Jay Harrison, WPG, D1
4John-Michael Liles, CAR, D1
5Travis Sanheim, PHI, D1
6Alexander Radulov, NSH, RW1
Most Dropped Players
Player% ±
1James Neal, NSH, LW-1
2Braden Holtby, WAS, G-1
3Ben Bishop, TB, G-1
4Brian Elliott, STL, G-1
5James Wisniewski, ANA, D-1
6Tyler Bozak, TOR, C-1
7Alexander Edler, VAN, D-1
8Ryan Miller, VAN, G-1
9Tyler Myers, WPG, D-1
10Nick Bjugstad, FLA, C-1
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Garrett Mitchell
Capitals' Mitchell Inks Two-Year Deal
Garrett Mitchell, RW, WAS
12:48 AM
News: Garrett Mitchell signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Capitals on Tuesday, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Garrett Mitchell has yet to suit up in the NHL, but has logged 224 career games with AHL Hershey. Last season, Mitchell scored four goals and tallied four assists while racking up 121 PIM for the Bears. He'll compete for a spot with the Caps during training camp, but he's mostly likely bound for the AHL again.

R.J. Umberger
Flyers' Umberger Coming Along
R.J. Umberger, LW, PHI
6/2/2015
News: R.J. Umberger indicated Monday that he's recovering well from March 19 surgery to repair his right hip and bilateral abdominal areas. "It's coming up on 11 weeks since my surgery and I couldn't be happier with the progress I'm making and the strength I'm getting back," Umberger said. "I basically totally rebuilt my core system. I'm strengthening my hip, my back, and it's been a good process."
Analysis: The procedure kept R.J. Umberger out for the Flyers' remaining 13 games, spelling a premature end to a 2014-15 season that saw the 33-year-old finish with a career-worst 15 points across 67 contests. Umberger qualified as a massive disappointment after he was acquired in exchange for one of the team's most popular stars in Scott Hartnell, but playing through the injury likely had much to do with his awful numbers. With Umberger feeling fresh heading into 2015-16, he should make for a respectable bounce-back target.

Jeff Petry
Habs' Petry Inks Six-Year Deal
Jeff Petry, D, MON
6/2/2015
News: Jeff Petry signed a six-year, $33 million contract with the Canadiens on Tuesday.
Analysis: Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin stated that re-signing Jeff Petry would be an offseason priority back in mid-May. Today's news has proven Bergevin is a man of his word, as the Canadiens now have Petry locked up through the 2020-21 season. The 27-year-old defenseman tallied 22 points this season, seven of which came in the 19 regular-season games he played in a Canadiens uniform after being dealt by the Oilers in early March. Petry also registered three points in his 12 playoff appearances with Montreal this season, averaging 22:17 of ice time per contest. He'll likely continue to play with Alexei Emelin as part of the Habs' second pairing next season.

Nate Thompson
Ducks' Thompson To Undergo MRI
Nate Thompson, C, ANA
6/2/2015
News: Nate Thompson played with a shoulder injury throughout the Ducks' playoff run, and will now undergo an MRI as a result.
Analysis: The same shoulder injury prevented Nate Thompson from suiting up for any of the four games of the Ducks' first-round sweep of the Jets. Thompson was, however, able to play with the ailment the rest of the way, starting with Game 1 of Anaheim's second round series against Calgary. The Ducks should provide an update on Thompson's status once they receive the results of his MRI.

Mackenzie Skapski
Rangers' Skapski (Hip) Out 4-5 Months
Mackenzie Skapski, G, NYR
6/2/2015
News: Mackenzie Skapski (hip) underwent arthroscopic surgery Tuesday to repair a labral tear in his right hip. He's expected to be sidelined 4-to-5 months.
Analysis: The 20-year-old will likely spend the entire offseason rehabbing in hopes of returning around the start of the 2015 season. Mackenzie Skapski made two appearances for the Rangers in 2014-15 but spent the bulk of the season at AHL Hartford, where he started 28 games and posted a 2.40 GAA with a .914 save percentage.

Philippe Desrosiers
Stars' Prospect Desrosiers Earns Top CHL Honor
Philippe Desrosiers, G, DAL
6/2/2015
News: The CHL has named Stars' prospect Philippe Desrosiers the CHL's Goaltender of the Year.
Analysis: Philippe Desrosiers finished the QMJHL season with a 2.50 goals against average and a .901 save percentage. It seems low, but in the high-scoring QMJHL that's an impressive mark from the Stars' 2013 second round pick. At just 19, he's not quite ready to be the solution to the Stars goaltending woes, but it's a bit of light out on the horizon for the franchise.

Maxime Fortunus
Stars Will Not Re-Sign Fortunus
Maxime Fortunus, D, DAL
6/2/2015
News: Maxime Fortunus revealed on Monday that the Stars organization has informed him that he will not be re-signed this summer, according to Sean Shapiro.
Analysis: Maxime Fortunus captained AHL Texas to their 2014 Calder Cup victory in one of three seasons he's spent as team captain. He was also a captain of the AHL All-Star team this season. The veteran defenseman posted nine goals and 25 assists in 65 AHL games, but has totaled just nine career NHL games. He'll certainly get signed, he doesn't figure to make an impact in fantasy hockey.

Pascal Dupuis
Pens' Dupuis Is Blood Clot Free
Pascal Dupuis, LW, PIT
6/2/2015
News: Pascal Dupuis is no longer dealing with the blood clots that ended his season prematurely, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Analysis: While the fact that Pascal Dupuis is "clot-free" is certainly encouraging, general manager Jim Rutherford stated that "there are other things from a medical point of view that have to be looked at." It seems as though Dupuis' future with the Penguins, and perhaps the NHL in general, remains uncertain.

Ryan McDonagh
Rangers' McDonagh In Walking Boot And On Crutches
Ryan McDonagh, D, NYR
6/2/2015
News: Ryan McDonagh is currently donning a walking boot and using crutches due to the broken foot he suffered in the Eastern Conference Final against Tampa Bay, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: He'll remain in a walking boot and on crutches for four weeks, at which point his broken foot will be re-evaluated. While a broken foot is certainly nothing to scoff at, if all goes well with the healing process, Ryan McDonagh should be ready for the Rangers' training camp in September.

Michael Dal Colle
Isles' Dal Colle Wins Memorial Cup
Michael Dal Colle, LW, NYI
6/1/2015
News: Dal Michael Dal Colle finished tied for the team lead in points as his junior team won the Memorial Cup, according to the Islanders website.
Analysis: Dal Michael Dal Colle has been everything the Islanders hoped for when they selected him with the 5th overall pick in the 2014 draft. He finished the season with 42 goals and 93 points and then added another eight goals and 23 assists in the playoffs. He is a player to watch in dynasty drafts.

 
 
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