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Hughes and Canucks soon expected to decide future 

Quinn Hughes and the Canucks have a decision to make: does he play another year of College or make the jump to professional hockey? The seventh overall pick of this year’s draft is expected to be a staple of Vancouver’s defense of the future, so it’s only a matter of if and not when does he make the jump. The Vancouver Canucks are headed in the right direction. The 2017-18
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NHL Entry Draft: Flames and Hurricanes are partners in the biggest blockbuster trade of the offseason (so-far), in five-player swap.

Each team receives a young defenseman in this trade, as the Hurricanes part ways with Noah Hanifin (21 years-old) whose three seasons in Carolina come to an end, whilst 25-year-old Dougie Hamilton leaves Calgary after three seasons there. Also going to Carolina are Michael Ferland, a bruising winger, and Adam Fox, an unsigned 2016 draft pick. The Flames acquire a talented young forward from the Canes in Elias Lindholm, who
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Washington Capitals: Stanley Cup Champs Lock Up D John Carlson With A New Eight-Year, $64 Million Deal

Coming off their franchise’s first Stanley Cup earlier this month, the Washington Capitals, taking a break from their raucous celebrations, have secured their number one defenseman, and one of the most prized unrestricted free agents of the summer in John Carlson. The 28-year-old from Massachusetts has played on the Capitals’ blue line since the 2010-11 season, posting 333 points in 608 games with the club. The Caps’ efforts to replicate