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1dCorey Pronman

Top 10 NHL goalie prospects for 2016-17

There's a great debate over Andrei Vasilevskiy and Matt Murray at the top of the goalie prospect rankings. Who comes out on top? Corey Pronman ranks his top 10 goalie prospects for 2016-17.

Schneider honored to wear USA jersey at World Cup (3:19)
The great Canadian hockey heist (0:47)
5dTal Pinchevsky

Get ready for the World Cup All-Snubs team

With names such as Hall, Perry, Lucic, Kessel, Giordano and Subban, a team made up strictly of players left off rosters would be a force to reckon with at the World Cup of Hockey.

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8dScott Burnside

Old dog David Backes learning new tricks

For the first time in his NHL career, David Backes will start the season with a new team. But that's not all: He's also a key component for Team USA at the World Cup of Hockey.

Outtakes from the Reg Carling World Cup promos (1:02)
Who will Melrose root for in World Cup of Hockey? (0:30)

World Cup captains, Josi, Tortorella, Cooper

Scott Burnside, Craig Custance and Joe McDonald talk Jimmy Vesey to the Rangers and discuss potential captain selections for the World Cup. Plus, Predators D Roman Josi, Blue Jackets HC John Tortorella and Lightning HC Jon Cooper.

Reg Carling has some questions about Team Europe (0:30)
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Vote for all-time best player for the big six

Who is the best player from the U.S., Canada, Russia, Sweden, Finland and the Czech Republic? Help us determine National Hockey Legends: Pantheon of Greatness to be unveiled during the World Cup.

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14dRob Vollman

One big question for each East team

How much longer will Henrik Lundqvist be elite? Do the Bruins have enough depth? Rob Vollman asks one big question for every Eastern Conference team.

Melrose will miss Saunders immensely (2:44)
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Vote now: How does your NHL team stack up?

ESPN The Magazine's Ultimate Standings grades organizations on everything from ticket prices and stadium experience to the talent on the field, court or rink. How does your favorite NHL team stack up? Vote now!

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2016 Free-Agent Tracker

Follow all the big (and small) signings as the NHL's free-agency season gets underway with some big names on the market.


Rob Vollman

A six-year, $30 million deal for Danny DeKeyser raised some eyebrows this summer. What other deals are concerning to a panel of hockey analytics experts? Analytics panel picks the NHL's worst new deals

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

The Boston Bruins have signed veteran forward Dominic Moore to a one-year, one-way contract worth $900,000, the team announced Tuesday. Moore, 36, spent the past three seasons with the New York Rangers. During the 2015-16 season, he played in 80 games, registering six goals and nine assists for 15 point.