Around the League NHL Week 3: Trades, Signings, and Buyouts

We are three week’s into the NHL’s off-season but in no way has the league slowed down. looks at all of the latest trades, signings, buyouts, and all other major headlines in this weekly recap. The league is bustling with player movement as the league heads into the official free agency signing period. Stay tuned for our coverage of all of the first-day signing of free agent frenzy coming soon!

2019 NHL Free Agent Frenzy: What happened on day one?

Things took off as soon as the clock struck 12PM EST. The gates were opened and players were snatched up from all over the league - with many of the most notable names being signed within the first 30 minutes of free agency. Here WSN recaps the most intriguing signings from day one of free agency and what these signing mean to their new, respective teams.

Around the League: Recapping this week's NHL headlines – June 28

The NHL is two weeks into their off-season but that hasn't slowed down the news. WSN recaps all of the headlines from around the league, covering everything from trades and signings to waiver placements and head office changes. We'll also recap the highlights of the first round of this year's NHL entry draft and all other significant headlines that may affect all bets moving forward.

Roberto Luongo Announces Retirement from NHL

Veteran goaltender Roberto Luongo has called it a career after 19 NHL seasons. Luongo took to Twitter yesterday to announce his retirement from the game of hockey at the age of 40. With such big pads to fill, what’s next for the Florida Panthers?

Tampa Bay Lightning remain Stanley Cup favorites heading into 2020

With the 2019 NHL season officially in the books following the St. Louis Blues first-ever Stanley Cup win, the first official odds looking forward to the 2020 season have been released - and once again the Tampa Bay Lightning find themselves as the Stanley Cup favorites. Read on for a more in-depth look at the odds for all 31 NHL teams.

Around the League - Recapping this week’s NHL headlines

In this weekly recap, WSN will look at all of the latest trades and roster changes from around the NHL as well as coaching changes, contract extensions, waiver placements, and all other significant headlines. Every change affects the odds and we’re here to keep you in the loop on everything that you need to know.

2019 NHL Entry Draft - Who Will Go First? Odds and Predictions

The New Jersey Devils possess the first-overall draft pick and most pundits agree that it will be used to select the Jack Hughes of the USHL and US National U18 Team. Here we will take a closer look at the top-5 best available prospects in this year’s draft and which team you could potentially see them playing for. The 2019 NHL entry draft begins on Friday, June 21 and ends on Saturday, June 22. The event will be held at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It will be aired live on Sportsnet, TVAS, and NBC Sports at 8 PM EDT.

2019 NHL Playoffs Stanley Cup Finals - St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins Game 7: Predictions, Odds and Betting Lines

It’s come down to the buzzer. After a dominant 5-1 win in game six, the Boston Bruins have tied the series against the St. Louis Blues and the two teams will head back to the TD Garden in Boston to settle things once and for all in a final winner-takes-all game seven matchup on Wednesday night. The final game of the 2019 NHL season is set to commence at 8 PM EST and will be televised live on CBC, Sportsnet, TVAS, and NBC. A live radio broadcast can be heard on WFAN.

2019 NHL Playoffs Stanley Cup Finals - St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins (Game 5): Predictions, Odds and Betting Lines

The St. Louis Blues bounced back in a big way in game four of the Stanley Cup finals. After being routed in game three, the Blues put in a stellar effort to once again tie the series against the Bruins, leaving things at 2-2 as the two teams head back to Boston for game five Thursday night. The game will take place at the TD Garden and game time is set for 8PM EST. Hockey fans can watch live on CBC, Sportsnet, TVAS, and NBC. A live radio broadcast will be provided by WFAN.

Who Will Win the Conn Smythe Trophy 2019? Predictions for the Stanley Cup MVP

There are some stand-out reasons as to why we find the St. Louis Blues and the Boston Bruins going head-to-head in the Stanley Cup finals this year and we’re here to take a look at those players who carried a little extra weight in the postseason and helped lift their team up to a level of which they may otherwise not have been able to reach. Whether it be Tuukka Rask or Jordan Binnington, one of the two goaltenders in the finals, or a scoring leader such as Brad Marchand or Jaden Schwartz, it’s a safe bet that one of these four all-stars will be named as the Conn Smythe winner by the end of the playoffs.

2019 NHL Playoffs: Stanley Cup Finals Game 2, St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins - Predictions, Odds and How to Watch

The Boston Bruins scored four unanswered goals and took a 4-2 home victory in game one of the Stanley Cup finals against the St. Louis Blues. The Blues started the game strong but ultimately folded, giving up the four goals and only mustering 20 shots in game one. Game two is set for Wednesday night and will be at the TD Garden in Boston, MA. The puck is set to drop at 8PM EST and the game will be televised live via CBC, Sportsnet. TVAS, and NBC.Radio broadcast provided by WFAN.

NHL Awards - GM of the Year 2019: Predictions and Odds

All three of the nominees for GM of the Year not only saw playoff action this year, but all three saw their teams make the final four and two are about to go head-to-head in the Stanley Cup finals starting Monday night. Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney, St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong, and Carolina Hurricanes GM Don Waddell are all vying for the prize of being named the league’s best general manager after putting together some of the best playoff calibre teams. The NHL awards take place in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 19. Viewers can watch live on NBCSN and Sportsnet at 8PM EST.

2019 NHL Playoffs: St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins - Odds and Predictions for the Stanley Cup Finals

The St. Louis Blues eliminated the San Jose Sharks in game six of the third-round Tuesday night which means they will now head to Boston to play the Bruins in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Bruins punched their ticket to the Cup finals late last week after completing a sweep of the Carolina Hurricanes. The Bruins last won the Cup in 2011 whereas the Blues have not made the finals since 1970. Game one will take place Monday, May 27 at 8PM EST. Boston will start the series with home-ice advantage as the first two games will be played at the TD Garden. Fans can watch the game live CBC, Sportsnet, TVAS, and NBC. Radio broadcast provided by WFAN.

San Jose Sharks vs St. Louis Blues Game 4: Predictions, Odds and How to Watch

The dust has yet to settle on the controversial call that saw the San Jose Sharks defeat the St. Louis Blues in overtime of game three due to a hand pass. Fans and players have been quite vocal on the subject and the NHL made a statement saying that the wrong call was made. The Blues look to exact revenge in game four at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO. Friday night. The puck is set to drop at 8PM EST and the game can be watched live on CBC, TVAS, and NBC Sports. WFAN will have the live radio broadcast.

St. Louis Blues vs San Jose Sharks Game 2: Predictions, Odds and How to Watch

The San Jose Sharks utilized their home-ice advantage at the SAP Center at San Jose, defeating the St. Louis Blues in game one of the Western conference finals with a score of 6-3. Game two takes place Monday night and the Sharks look to take a 2-0 series lead against a St. Louis team that has surged since January all the way into the third round of the playoffs. Game time is set for 9PM EST and hockey fans can watch the game live on CBC, Sportsnet, TVAS, and NBC Sports. Radio broadcast can be heard live on WFAN.

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