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Ferguson at UAF helped develop elite players like NHL veteran goaltender Chad Johnson of the Buffalo Sabres and young star defenseman Colton Parayko of the St. Louis Blues.
Dallas also has signed center Martin Hanzal for $14.25 million over three years, acquired defenseman Marc Methot from expansion Vegas and traded for and signed goaltender Ben Bishop.
Pheonix Copley of North Pole, one of only two Alaska goaltenders to play in the NHL, has re-signed with the Washington Capitals for a two-year deal worth as much as $1.3 million, the team announced Wednesday.
In the first session of Florida Panthers’ development camp at the IceDen on Tuesday, first-round draft pick Owen Tippett showed off an NHL-ready shot that shattered windows in his Ontario home and had goaltenders on the red squad ducking.
The Dallas Stars selected four forwards and one goaltender Saturday as the NHL Draft in Chicago concluded with rounds two through seven.
The Capitals acquired Oshie from St. Louis before the 2015-16 season, sending forward Troy Brouwer, goaltender prospect Pheonix Copley and a draft pick to the Blues.
The Blackhawks also received goaltender Anton Forsberg and a 2018 fifth-round pick and sent forward Tyler Motte and a 2017 six-round pick to the Bluejackets as part of the trade.
Norris Trophy (awarded to the best defenseman): Brent Burns, Erik Karlsson, Victor Hedman Vezina Trophy (awarded to the best goaltender): Sergei Bobrovsky, Braden Holtby, Carey Price.
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: a player who defends the goal in various games (especially hockey)
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