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YESTERDAY'S PERFECT LINEUP

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C J. Toews CHI $6,100 SALARY 6.0x VALUE 36.5 FP
C C. Soderberg ARI $3,900 SALARY 6.2x VALUE 24.2 FP
D J. Trouba NYR $5,300 SALARY 5.4x VALUE 28.5 FP
D D. Nurse EDM $4,000 SALARY 5.7x VALUE 22.9 FP
W A. Panarin NYR $8,100 SALARY 2.7x VALUE 22.1 FP
W N. Schmaltz ARI $4,600 SALARY 5.0x VALUE 22.9 FP
W C. Fischer ARI $3,500 SALARY 5.7x VALUE 20.0 FP
G A. Georgiev NYR $8,000 SALARY 6.3x VALUE 50.4 FP
W J. Nygard EDM $3,000 SALARY 7.4x VALUE 22.1 FP
      $46,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  249.6 TOTAL
FP
C J. Toews CHI $5,200 SALARY 5.6x VALUE 29.0 FP
C C. Soderberg ARI $3,900 SALARY 4.2x VALUE 16.5 FP
D C. Murphy CHI $3,200 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 17.7 FP
D J. Trouba NYR $5,300 SALARY 4.4x VALUE 23.4 FP
D D. Nurse EDM $4,700 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 16.0 FP
LW A. Panarin NYR $6,700 SALARY 2.2x VALUE 15.0 FP
RW C. Fischer ARI $2,500 SALARY 6.4x VALUE 16.0 FP
G A. Georgiev NYR $7,000 SALARY 5.7x VALUE 39.6 FP
LW J. Nygard EDM $2,500 SALARY 6.0x VALUE 15.0 FP
      $41,000 TOTAL
SALARY
  188.2 TOTAL
FP

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NHL suspends 2019-2020 season

The National Hockey League has officially suspended the season effective immediately because of the coronavirus.

What It Means:

From the league office: "In light of ongoing developments resulting from the coronavirus, and after consulting with medical experts and convening a conference call of the Board of Governors, the National Hockey League is announcing today that it will pause the 2019‑20 season beginning with tonight’s games." As of now, it's not clear when the league will resume play.

Source: NHL.com

Blues take home first Stanley Cup in franchise history

The St. Louis Blues defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 on Wednesday in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

What It Means:

Jordan Binnington shut down 32 of 33 shots as the Blues won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history. It's a stunning accomplishment for a team that had the worst record in the NHL on January 2. Ryan O'Reilly earned the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the playoffs.

Binnington, 25, finished the postseason with a 16-10 record while posting a 2.46 goals-against-average and a .914 save percentage.

Nikita Kucherov signs 8-year extension with Lightning

Tampa Bay Lightning winger Nikita Kucherov has signed an 8-year extension with the Tampa Bay Lightning worth an annual average value of $9.5 million.

What It Means:

Kucherov is now locked in with the Lightning through the 2026-27 season. The 25-year-old former second-round pick has totaled 334 points through 365 NHL contests.

Kucherov averaged 17.7 FanDuel points per game last season while scoring 39 goals and 100 points in 80 games.

Kings, Drew Doughty agree to eight-year extension

The Los Angeles Kings and defenseman Drew Doughty have agreed to an eight-year contract extension.

What It Means:

The deal will reportedly pay Doughty around $11 million per season through the life of the deal, which will go until his age-37 season. He will play out the final year of his current deal before this one kicks in. Even more impressive is that Doughty reportedly negotiated his own deal, saving himself between $1.75 and 2 million in agent fees.

In 2017-18, Doughty played 2,201 minutes in 82 games while accounting for 10 goals, 50 assists and 205 shots.

Source: NHL.com

John Carlson, Capitals agree to 8-year extension

Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson has signed an 8-year contract extension.

What It Means:

Carlson's new deal is worth $64 million for an annual average of $8 million per season. The 28-year-old recorded a career-high 15 goals and 53 assists last season.

Carlson led all defensemen in scoring during both the regular season (68 points) and playoffs (20 points).

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NHL suspends 2019-2020 season

The National Hockey League has officially suspended the season effective immediately because of the coronavirus.

What It Means:

From the league office: "In light of ongoing developments resulting from the coronavirus, and after consulting with medical experts and convening a conference call of the Board of Governors, the National Hockey League is announcing today that it will pause the 2019‑20 season beginning with tonight’s games." As of now, it's not clear when the league will resume play.

Source: NHL.com

Blues take home first Stanley Cup in franchise history

The St. Louis Blues defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 on Wednesday in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

What It Means:

Jordan Binnington shut down 32 of 33 shots as the Blues won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history. It's a stunning accomplishment for a team that had the worst record in the NHL on January 2. Ryan O'Reilly earned the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the playoffs.

Binnington, 25, finished the postseason with a 16-10 record while posting a 2.46 goals-against-average and a .914 save percentage.

Nikita Kucherov signs 8-year extension with Lightning

Tampa Bay Lightning winger Nikita Kucherov has signed an 8-year extension with the Tampa Bay Lightning worth an annual average value of $9.5 million.

What It Means:

Kucherov is now locked in with the Lightning through the 2026-27 season. The 25-year-old former second-round pick has totaled 334 points through 365 NHL contests.

Kucherov averaged 17.7 FanDuel points per game last season while scoring 39 goals and 100 points in 80 games.

Kings, Drew Doughty agree to eight-year extension

The Los Angeles Kings and defenseman Drew Doughty have agreed to an eight-year contract extension.

What It Means:

The deal will reportedly pay Doughty around $11 million per season through the life of the deal, which will go until his age-37 season. He will play out the final year of his current deal before this one kicks in. Even more impressive is that Doughty reportedly negotiated his own deal, saving himself between $1.75 and 2 million in agent fees.

In 2017-18, Doughty played 2,201 minutes in 82 games while accounting for 10 goals, 50 assists and 205 shots.

Source: NHL.com

John Carlson, Capitals agree to 8-year extension

Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson has signed an 8-year contract extension.

What It Means:

Carlson's new deal is worth $64 million for an annual average of $8 million per season. The 28-year-old recorded a career-high 15 goals and 53 assists last season.

Carlson led all defensemen in scoring during both the regular season (68 points) and playoffs (20 points).

Sorry, there are no more blurbs for this feed.

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NHL suspends 2019-2020 season

The National Hockey League has officially suspended the season effective immediately because of the coronavirus.

What It Means:

From the league office: "In light of ongoing developments resulting from the coronavirus, and after consulting with medical experts and convening a conference call of the Board of Governors, the National Hockey League is announcing today that it will pause the 2019‑20 season beginning with tonight’s games." As of now, it's not clear when the league will resume play.

Source: NHL.com

Blues take home first Stanley Cup in franchise history

The St. Louis Blues defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 on Wednesday in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

What It Means:

Jordan Binnington shut down 32 of 33 shots as the Blues won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history. It's a stunning accomplishment for a team that had the worst record in the NHL on January 2. Ryan O'Reilly earned the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the playoffs.

Binnington, 25, finished the postseason with a 16-10 record while posting a 2.46 goals-against-average and a .914 save percentage.

Nikita Kucherov signs 8-year extension with Lightning

Tampa Bay Lightning winger Nikita Kucherov has signed an 8-year extension with the Tampa Bay Lightning worth an annual average value of $9.5 million.

What It Means:

Kucherov is now locked in with the Lightning through the 2026-27 season. The 25-year-old former second-round pick has totaled 334 points through 365 NHL contests.

Kucherov averaged 17.7 FanDuel points per game last season while scoring 39 goals and 100 points in 80 games.

Kings, Drew Doughty agree to eight-year extension

The Los Angeles Kings and defenseman Drew Doughty have agreed to an eight-year contract extension.

What It Means:

The deal will reportedly pay Doughty around $11 million per season through the life of the deal, which will go until his age-37 season. He will play out the final year of his current deal before this one kicks in. Even more impressive is that Doughty reportedly negotiated his own deal, saving himself between $1.75 and 2 million in agent fees.

In 2017-18, Doughty played 2,201 minutes in 82 games while accounting for 10 goals, 50 assists and 205 shots.

Source: NHL.com

John Carlson, Capitals agree to 8-year extension

Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson has signed an 8-year contract extension.

What It Means:

Carlson's new deal is worth $64 million for an annual average of $8 million per season. The 28-year-old recorded a career-high 15 goals and 53 assists last season.

Carlson led all defensemen in scoring during both the regular season (68 points) and playoffs (20 points).

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