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Author: Ken Brumberger

Pheonix Copley re-signs with Washington; new Capitals backup?

The Washington Capitals announced Wednesday they have signed 25-year old goaltender Pheonix Copley to a two-year contract worth $650,000 a season in the NHL. Copley could have tested the open market as a group 6 unrestricted free agent on July 1. The first year of his new contract is a two-way worth $200,000 in the AHL, while the second year guarantees Copley the NHL-level salary. Copley was re-acquired by the Caps from the St Louis Blues in the trade that brought Kevin Shattenkirk to Washington at the 2016-17 trade deadline. Originally signed by Washington as a college free agent after two...

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Will inconsistent goalie interference rulings decide Stanley Cup?

InGoal Magazine’s final deep dive on goalie interference examines the ruling that hurt the Edmonton Oilers, and looks at ways to address the problem … The Nashville Predators and Pekka Rinne are on to the Stanley Cup Final after dropping the Anaheim Ducks in 6 games. Luckily, the Western Conference Final didn’t come down to something like this.   Edmonton fans – and players for that matter – are still not happy about Rickard Rakell’s goal with 15 seconds remaining in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinal.  The goal, which was upheld after a brief end-game league-mandated review, completed...

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