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  1. Kuchar back to work in Canadian Open

    07.27 / 06:41 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    This is one time Matt Kuchar could probably use a week off to digest how close he came to winning his first major. The consolation is Jordan Spieth won the British Open far more than Kuchar lost it. Kuchar had a one-shot lead going to the 14th tee, played the…
  2. McDavid disappointed at NHL decision to skip Olympics

    07.27 / 00:40 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    TORONTO (AP) - Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid said he's disappointed the NHL won't be sending players to the Winter Olympic in South Korea. "It would have been a special group, and you're just hopeful to be a part of it," McDavid told reporters at a charity event Wednesday. "It's…
  3. Coyotes add MacLean, Allen as assistant coaches

    07.27 / 00:40 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - The Arizona Coyotes hired John MacLean and Scott Allen on Wednesday as assistant coaches on Rick Tocchet's staff. MacLean played 18 NHL seasons with four teams before becoming an assistant coach in the New Jersey Devils organization for seven seasons. He was an assistant with the…
  4. Sharks hire Dave Barr as assistant coach

    07.26 / 23:41 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - The San Jose Sharks have hired Dave Barr as an assistant coach on Peter DeBoer's staff. Barr will serve as the team's "eye in the sky" this season. Barr had previously worked with DeBoer for four years in New Jersey and helped the Devils make…
  5. Bruins, Ryan Spooner avoid arbitration with 1-year deal

    07.26 / 23:41 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Bruins and center Ryan Spooner avoided arbitration on the day of their hearing, agreeing to a one-year, $2,825,000 deal Wednesday. The 25-year-old Spooner became a restricted free agent July 1 after finishing a two-year contract that was worth $950,000 per season. Spooner said that he…
  6. New Jersey Devils re-sign 5 forwards

    07.26 / 19:33 washingtontimes.com WashingtonTimes-Hockey
    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - The Devils have re-signed Stefan Noesen and four other forwards who spent most of last season with New Jersey's top minor-league franchise in Albany, New York. General manager Ray Shero announced the signings of Noesen, Blake Coleman, Blake Pietila, Kevin Rooney and Ben Thomson on Wednesday.…