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Also, Dallas signed John Klingberg to a 7-year, $29 million extension: http://starsblog.dallasnews.com/2015/04/source-stars-and-john-klingberg-have-agreed-to-terms-on-seven-year-extension.html/

I'd sign Larsson to that deal right now.

Yeah, I wouldn't hate it either. However, Klingberg has played at a level that Larsson hasnt reached yet. He's reallllllyyyyy good

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What a crock of sh!t. That was as dirty a hit as you'll see. I hope someone breaks Kreider's fvcking rat face soon enough, the smug little prick.

Ok fine- the Rags have some good young players. They have a great goalie. They have a great young Norris-caliber d-man in McDonagh. Overall, they are better set up for the next few years than the Devi

Stop me if you've heard this one before - black kid in hockey thought to have a bad attitude

Yeah, I wouldn't hate it either. However, Klingberg has played at a level that Larsson hasnt reached yet. He's reallllllyyyyy good

Klingberg is really good, but Larsson took huge steps forward this year. If I could get him on this type of team-friendly deal and buy a few years of UFA time, I do it.
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Saw this morning that the Isles will be practicing at Annapolis this year, didn't see when.

 

What I also was surprised to learn that the late Dr. McMullen was a huge donor to the Academy and their hockey arena was named after him.

 

I found it interesting that they have one especially since when I took part in the Naval Academy Summer Seminar back in 2002, their hockey "rink" was one of their main halls that they flooded when the boards were in place.

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Saw this morning that the Isles will be practicing at Annapolis this year, didn't see when.

 

What I also was surprised to learn that the late Dr. McMullen was a huge donor to the Academy and their hockey arena was named after him.

 

I found it interesting that they have one especially since when I took part in the Naval Academy Summer Seminar back in 2002, their hockey "rink" was one of their main halls that they flooded when the boards were in place.

I played college hockey against Navy and that place was like someone decided to put a rink in the middle of a student center. We didn't even have a locker room to change in, just some curtains/partitions that they put up in a big square. The fans on the second level could look right down onto us getting changed.

We used to beat them every season, but man were they physical. Always liked how they blasted "anchors away" when they came onto the ice.

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Elliotte Friedman said earlier on the pregame that was on before the lottery that if there's a coaching change in Boston, a name that's getting thrown around by Bruins management is... Mike Milbury. [emoji28][emoji28][emoji28][emoji28][emoji28]

I mean, I had to rewind it because I thought I heard him wrong.

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I played college hockey against Navy and that place was like someone decided to put a rink in the middle of a student center. We didn't even have a locker room to change in, just some curtains/partitions that they put up in a big square. The fans on the second level could look right down onto us getting changed.

We used to beat them every season, but man were they physical. Always liked how they blasted "anchors away" when they came onto the ice.

 

I played at West Point once, what an experience. We did have locker rooms though haha

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Agreed on HYman from things I've read. Center and Winger. Has some size to him, did some decent scoring at UM this year. Pick him up!

 

Wish we woulda taken a run at Rodrigues. But he's going to Buffalo to play with his current teammate, Eichel

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Edmonton names Chiarelli GM and President of Hockey Operations. Good move for them.

Well he's not one afraid to make a trade or two. Be interesting to see what he does to try and mold the roster group forward.

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