Player Notes

  • Dave Bolland will go on long-term IR
    According to Coyotes GM John Chayka, Dave Bolland won't be ready to play for the "foreseeable future".

    Advice: That's a bonus for the Coyotes, as they'll be able to place him on long-term injured reserve. While he's on IR, Bolland's cap hit won't be charged to the Coyotes salary cap. Bolland played in just 25 games last year because of a lower-body injury. Yesterday, 4:20 pm
  • Rangers sign Brandon Pirri to one-year deal
    The New York Rangers signed Brandon Pirri to a one-year, $1.1 million contract.

    Advice: The 25-year-old scored 22 goals in just 49 games two seasons ago, but his production dipped last year as he scored 14 goals and 29 points with Florida and Anaheim. In the right situation, Pirri might be able to hit the 20-goal mark. Yesterday, 1:58 pm
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  • Sidney Crosby named captain of Team Canada
    Sidney Crosby will wear the "C" for Team Canada at the World Cup of Hockey.

    Advice: Crosby will be the captain, while Chicago's Jonathan Toews and Montreal's Shea Weber will be assistant captains. These three players had the same leadership responsibilities during Team Canada's gold medal run at the 2014 Olympic Games. "Sid, Toews and Web are great men who have had unbelievable on-ice success," said Team Canada head coach Mike Babcock. "We look forward to them stepping up and leading our group as we work to achieve our ultimate goal at the World Cup." Yesterday, 8:58 am
  • Stars, Hudler agree to terms on one-year deal
    The Dallas Stars and Jiri Hudler have agreed to terms on a one-year, $2 million contract.

    Advice: The 32-year-old had a disappointing 2015-16 season with Calgary and Florida, but he's just one season removed from a 76-point season. This is a nice low-risk signing for Dallas, as Hudler gives them another top-nine forward. Hudler's fantasy stock could rise significantly if he gets an opportunity to play with Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin or Jason Spezza. Wednesday, 7:57 am
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  • Wings will move Larkin to center this season
    The Detroit Red Wings will move Dylan Larkin to center this season.

    Advice: Larkin has been a centerman throughout his career, but the Wings wanted to ease the 19-year-old into the NHL by moving him to the wing in his first season. But that's all about to change. "That's our plan going into camp," said Red Wings GM Ken Holland. "He's obviously been a center his entire life. We drafted him as a center, but when you have guys like Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk down the middle, guys who are so good 200 feet, it's tougher. Dylan played with Zetterberg last season and Zetterberg took a lot of the responsibility off of Dylan to free him up to play the game. Long-term, the plan is that Dylan is going to be a center for us." The departure of Pavel Datsyuk almost forced Detroit to make this move. Larkin had 23 goals and 45 points in 80 games during his rookie season. He should improve those numbers in year two. Tuesday, 8:18 am

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