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Rangers, D Schneider agree on contract extension
The New York Rangers and up-and-coming defenseman Braden Schneider have agreed on a two-year, $4.4 million contract extension, leaving teammate Ryan Lindgren, who typically plays on the top line, as the only unsigned starter on defense.[read more]

Rangers re-sign Ruhwedel to one-year contract
The New York Rangers have re-signed veteran defenseman Chad Ruhwedel to a one-year contract.[read more]

2024 NHL betting: Odds to win Stanley Cup, conference
Betting odds and futures for every NHL team to win the 2025 Stanley Cup, their conference and their division.[read more]

Moser inks 2-year, $6.75M deal with Lightning
Defenseman J.J. Moser, acquired by Tampa Bay in a trade with Utah last month, signed a contract Thursday as the sides avoided arbitration.[read more]

Who aced the offseason? Report cards for all 32 NHL teams
How well has each GM done so far this summer? The grades are in, including three A's.[read more]

Celebrini to leave BU, inks 1st deal with Sharks
Eight days after taking him with the No. 1 pick, the San Jose Sharks signed Macklin Celebrini, 18, to his entry-level contract Saturday, meaning the center will not return to Boston University and Hockey East for his sophomore season.[read more]

Caps promote Patrick to GM, MacLellan stays prez
The Washington Capitals named Chris Patrick as their general manager on Monday with longtime GM Brian MacLellan remaining president of hockey operations.[read more]

Utah re-signs F Hayton with two-year, $5.3M deal
The Utah Hockey Club re-signed forward Barrett Hayton on Monday to a two-year contract worth $5.3 million, with general manager Bill Armstrong saying in a statement that the veteran "is a reliable two-way center who is strong in the faceoff circle."[read more]

Ex-Stars D Suter joining Blues on one-year deal
Ryan Suter, who had the final season of his contract bought out by Dallas in late June, has agreed to a one-year deal with the Blues.[read more]

Panthers, D-man Boqvist agree to 1-year contract
The Florida Panthers agreed to terms with defenseman Adam Boqvist on a one-year contract Tuesday.[read more]