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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% ±
1Steven Stamkos, TB, C1
Most Dropped Players
Player% ±
1Dennis Wideman, CGY, D-1
2Chris Kunitz, PIT, LW-1
3Jason Spezza, DAL, C-1
4Bryan Little, WPG, C-1
5Chris Kreider, NYR, LW-1
6Carey Price, MON, G-1
7Nick Leddy, NYI, D-1
8Brendan Gallagher, MON, RW-1
9Semyon Varlamov, COL, G-1
10Frederik Andersen, ANA, G-1
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Alex Biega
Biega Signs With Canucks
Alex Biega, D, VAN
7/1/2015
News: The Canucks re-signed Alex Biega on Tuesday, the Province reports.
Analysis: Alex Biega, who notched a goal in seven games with the big club in 2014-15, spent most of the season with AHL Utica, where he recorded 19 points in 62 games. The 27-year-old is thus slated to reprise his role as a depth blueliner for the Canucks' organization.

Drew Stafford
Jets Retain Stafford
Drew Stafford, RW, WPG
7/1/2015
News: Drew Stafford signed a two-year, $8.7 million deal to remain with the Jets on Tuesday, Sportsnet.ca's Elliotte Friedman reports.
Analysis: The 29-year-old Drew Stafford, who was acquired from Buffalo in February, finished up the 2014-15 season with 18 goals and 43 points in 76 games overall, but his production picked up with the Jets (19 points in 26 games), earning him a nice two-year payday with the team in advance of free agency.

Dougie Hamilton
Flames' Hamilton Signs Six-Year Deal
Dougie Hamilton, D, CGY
7/1/2015
News: Dougie Hamilton signed a six-year, $34.5 million deal with the Flames on Tuesday, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Analysis: Dougie Hamilton came over from Boston in a trade last week, and it appears he's viewed as a key part of the Flames' future. The 22-year-old, who showed flashes of promise as a member of the Bruins, notched 42 points in an average of 21:20 of ice time per game last season.

Scott Clemmensen
Devils FA Clemmensen To Retire, Take Coaching Gig
Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ
1:13 PM
News: Scott Clemmensen will hang up his skates and take a job as the Devils' goaltending development coach, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Analysis: The 37-year-old Scott Clemmensen was slated to become an unrestricted free agent Wednesday, but with little more than a reserve role with an AHL club likely to be offered up to him from prospective teams, it appears he's decided to retire. A veteran of 12 NHL seasons, Clemmensen will wrap up his career with a 73-59 record, 2.79 GAA, and .905 save percentage over 191 appearances with the Devils, Maple Leafs, and Panthers.

Anton Forsberg
Jackets' Forsberg Recovering From Knee Scope
Anton Forsberg, G, CLB
1:09 PM
News: Anton Forsberg is still recovering from an offseason scope on his right knee, Shawn Mitchell of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Analysis: It was only a cleanup procedure rather than a full reconstructive one, so Anton Forsberg is expected to be back at full health by the time training camp starts in the fall. The 22-year-old excelled with AHL Springfield last season, but faltered when he was called upon to serve as the Blue Jackets' No. 2 goalie when Sergei Bobrovsky missed time due to injury. Over five appearances, Forsberg submitted a dismal 4.69 GAA and .866 save percentage. He'll likely head back to Springfield again to open the 2015-16 campaign.

Brendan Smith
Smith Re-Signs With Detroit
Brendan Smith, D, DET
1:02 PM
News: The Red Wings re-signed Brendan Smith to a two-year contract on Tuesday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Per MLive.com's Ansar Khan, Brendan Smith's new deal is worth $2.75 million per season. The 26-year-old blueliner is coming off a season in which he suited up in a career-high 76 games for the Wings, notching 13 points and 68 penalty minutes. He's only an option in deeper formats for now, however, especially given his limited power play opportunities.

Brett Connolly
RFA Connolly Gets Qualifying Offer From Bruins
Brett Connolly, RW, BOS
11:37 AM
News: The Bruins have extended a qualifying offer to Brett Connolly, csnne.com reports.
Analysis: The same applies to fellow forward Ryan Spooner, with both restricted free agents ticketed for regular duty this coming season, more so with the the team having parted ways with forwards Carl Soderberg and Milan Lucic. While it's too early to get a great read on how the B's lines might shake out next season, Brett Connolly has a shot to land a top-six role and in such a scenario, he could emerge on the fantasy radar. He's coming off a 2014-15 campaign in which he recorded 12 goals and 17 points in 55 NHL games, including five in a Boston uniform following his trade from Tampa Bay.

Brian Flynn
Habs' Flynn Signs Two-Year Deal
Brian Flynn, RW, MON
10:37 AM
News: Brian Flynn agreed to a two-year, $1.9 million contract extension with the Canadiens on Tuesday, NHL.com reports. "We're very pleased to have reached an agreement with Brian. A fast, versatile and reliable player, Brian bought into the team's philosophy from the very first day. He brings the right attitude to the dressing room day in and day out, and has a professional approach to the game. We are proud to have him among our group of forwards," said general manager Marc Bergevin.
Analysis: Brian Flynn came over from the Sabres at the trade deadline and finished the season with five goals and 12 assists for 17 points in 63 combined games. The 26-year-old typically saw time on the Habs' fourth line last season, a role he seems destined to fill again in 2015-16.

Ryan O'Reilly
Sabres' O'Reilly Expects To Play Center
Ryan O'Reilly, C, BUF
10:36 AM
News: Ryan O'Reilly says he is more comfortable playing center and expects to play at that position for the Sabres, reports the Olean Times Herald.
Analysis: On a team that lacks true centers, Ryan O'Reilly is a good candidate to be the team's new No. 1, and head coach Dan Bylsma certainly said as much after the trade. The Sabres will have a bit of a logjam at camp, with Zemgus Girgensons, David Legwand, Jack Eichel and Sam Reinhart all preferring to play center. While general manager Tim Murray noted that O'Reilly has played on the wing in the past, O'Reilly is arguably the team's best faceoff specialist. With an increased role, O'Reilly has the potential to set new career-highs. It's likely he'll begin camp playing alongside Tyler Ennis, the team's reigning top scorer and teammate at the most recent World Championships.

Cody Hodgson
Sabres' Hodgson Clears Waivers
Cody Hodgson, C, BUF
10:27 AM
News: Cody Hodgson has cleared waivers, reports Hockey Night in Canada's Elliotte Friedman.
Analysis: No surprise Cody Hodgson cleared waivers, as his performance doesn't nearly justify his cap hit. After signing a lucrative extension with the Sabres, Hodgson's play fell off a cliff, having never improved his skating, consistency or defensive play. The Sabres will buy him out shortly, making him an unrestricted free agent on July 1. Hodgson's fantasy value can only rebound if he starts scoring again and plays on a team that is willing to give him a scoring role.

 
 
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