Craig Anderson Strikes Back

Craig Anderson Strikes Back
After being driven out of Game 5, the Senators goaltender came up big against the Penguins last night.
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Craig Cunningham has agreed to a two-year contract to serve as a pro scout for the Arizona Coyotes.

"We're thrilled to have Craig join our hockey operations department as a pro scout," said GM John Chayka. "Craig was a smart, hard-working player with an incredible passion for the game. We're confident that he will bring those same qualities to the Coyotes in his new role and that he will be an invaluable asset to our organization. We look forward to Craig helping us in several areas and are excited that he is staying with the club." Cunningham went into cardiac arrest on the ice before an AHL game in November. He had part of his leg removed in the procedure to save his life and he has made a remarkable recovery. We wish him the best in his new role with the Coyotes.
May 24 - 2:11 PM

The Florida Panthers will interview Bob Boughner for the team's vacant head coaching job this week.

The Panthers got permission from San Jose to speak to Boughner earlier this month. Boughner may be Buffalo's radar as well, according to TSN's Pierre LeBrun, but it's believed that the Sabres have not reached out to the Sharks yet to talk to him. Other candidates for Florida and Buffalo include Jim Montgomery, Michel Therrien and Phil Housley. Housley can't be interviewed until after the Stanley Cup Final because he is still with the Predators.
Source: TSN.ca
May 24 - 1:56 PM

Ethan Bear and the Seattle Thunderbirds struggled in the Memorial Cup, but he is looking forward to turning pro next year.

"It has been a really exciting couple of years, but I know I still have a lot of work in front of me," Bear said. "I loved watching Edmonton play this season and I want to be a part of that. That's my goal." Bear, who will turn 20 next month, tallied 28 goals and 70 points in 67 games during the 2016-17 campaign. The talented defender also had 26 points in 17 matches during the WHL playoffs. He will probably play in the AHL if he doesn't crack Edmonton's roster.
May 24 - 1:21 PM

Libor Sulak has agreed to a two-year, entry-level contract with the Detroit Red Wings.

The free agent rearguard had 10 goals and 28 points in 54 games with Orli Znojmo of the Erste Bank Eishockey Liga this past season.
May 24 - 12:30 PM

Vadim Shipachyov accounted for 13 points in 10 games for Russia at the 2017 World Hockey Championship.

He produced two goals and 11 assists to help Russia earn the bronze medal. Shipachyov had 26 goals and 76 points in 50 KHL games during the 2016-17 season. He inked a two-year, $9 million contract with the Golden Knights earlier this month and should be a key member of the team's offense in 2017-18.
May 24 - 12:04 PM

San Jose made the signing of Radim Simek official on Tuesday,

He agreed to a one-year contract with the Sharks after playing 211 games in the Czech Extraliga. "Radim is a quick transition defenseman who drives the play offensively and plays with a physical edge," GM Doug Wilson said in a statement. "We like his offensive instincts especially on special teams and think his game will translate well in North America."
May 24 - 11:22 AM

John Klingberg wants to be a leader on the Dallas back end and his gold-medal winning performance at the World Hockey Championship should help him accomplish that goal.

He registered two goals, six points and a plus-7 rating in 10 games for Sweden at the tournament, while averaging 19:33 of ice time per contest. "When you have an opportunity to play for your country, that's an opportunity you should take," Klingberg said. "It's a high level of hockey." He feels that experience will help him going into next season.
May 24 - 11:06 AM

Colorado has cut loose assistant coaches Tim Army, Dave Farrish and Francois Allaire.

The Avalanche announced on Tuesday that Army, Farrish and Allaire would not be back next season. They were inherited by head coach Jared Bednar after Patrick Roy chose to leave, but now he can help hire his own assistants for his staff.
Source: Denver Post
May 24 - 11:00 AM
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