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Louis Domingue earns two year extension in Arizona

The Arizona Coyotes likely expected to see prospect goaltender Louis Domingue play the majority of his 2015-16 season in the AHL last year. After almost heading out of the system altogether for the KHL, Domingue came back to the Coyotes on a one year extension with the club. The Coyotes had inked goaltender Anders Lindback as backup to Mike Smith; it would have taken a miracle for Domingue to get much of a look at the NHL level. Now, just a year after he nearly went to Europe instead, he’s headed back for two more years in the desert....

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Flames Add Elliott As New No.1; Blues Hand Reigns to Allen

The St. Louis Blues appeared set to go into a third-straight season with a goaltending tandem of Brian Elliott and Jake Allen before splitting up their job share – and the controversy that came with it – by trading Elliott, perhaps at his own request, and declaring Allen their new No.1. The Blues dealt Elliott to the Calgary Flames on the first day of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, getting a second round pick in 2016 (35th overall) and a conditional third-round pick in 2018. That conditional pick will head to St. Louis if Elliott re-signs with the Flames when his current contract ends after the...

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Florida Panthers Add Reto Berra From Avalanche

The Florida Panthers have a new backup goaltender behind veteran Roberto Luongo after acquiring Swiss stopper Reto Berra from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for forward Rocco Grimaldi on Thursday. NEWS: Panthers acquire G Reto Berra from the @Avalanche. Details » https://t.co/GaH3z8Do1U pic.twitter.com/gG0VLfDw7H — Florida Panthers PR (@FlaPanthersPR) June 23, 2016 Berra will replace Al Montoya, who is expected to exit Florida as an unrestricted free agent next week after going 12-7-3 with a .919 save percentage in 22 starts for the Panthers last season. Berra, 29, had a .922 save percentage last season but only played 14 games with the...

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Ilya Bryzgalov hopes to make return to the NHL

Few NHL fans didn’t fall in love with the enigmatic – but charismatic – Ilya Bryzgalov during his time in North America. Drafted 44th overall by the Anaheim Ducks in 2000, the Russian goaltender had one of the most iconic careers in the NHL; known as much for his off-ice presence as his seemingly polarizing on-ice play, Bryzgalov made an impact with each team he played for before flaming out during the 2014-15 season. After taking a year off from hockey, though, it sounds like the Bryz is back – or, at least, he wants to be. Bryzgalov told...

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