Category Archives: Eastern Conference

Simon Gagne retires after 14 seasons

Simon Gagne suited up in 23 games with the Boston Bruins last season, scoring three goals. (Bruins.NHL.com)

Simon Gagne suited up in 23 games with the Boston Bruins last season, scoring three goals. (Bruins.NHL.com)

Longtime left winger Simon Gagne on Tuesday announced his retirement, after 14 NHL seasons.

Gagne last suited up for the Boston Bruins, scoring three goals and one assist over 23 games in 2014-15. He took a leave of absence from the team in December to be with his father, Pierre, and did not return following his death.

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Jeff Gorton revamping New York Rangers management for the future

Hedberg was let go by the NYR (photo via Aftonbladet)

Hedberg was let go by the NYR (photo via Aftonbladet)

The Rangers are different. Although their roster is still very similar to last season, the organizational structure is being revamped. Since Glen Sather has stepped down, much of the attention has been on what new GM, Jeff Gorton has done with the roster. Aside from signing Jarret Stoll, his hand was forced in trading Cam Talbot and Carl Hagelin. Read more

NJ Devils: A franchise in transition

John Hynes was hired to coach the Devils in June — the franchise’s fifth coaching change since the 2010-11 season. (via CBSSports.com)

The New Jersey Devils are in the midst of one of the most polarizing offseasons in franchise history — arguably their most drastic offseason since relocating to New Jersey in 1982.

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Lou Done It: Lamoriello Shocks Everyone By Ditching The Devils For The Maple Leafs

Lou Lamoriello is the new GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs and that still feels weird to say. (Photo credit: Mark Blinch/Canadian Press)

Lou Lamoriello is the new GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs and that still feels weird to say. (Photo credit: Mark Blinch/Canadian Press)

As I got in my car on Thursday to make the 15-minute commute to work I was doing so with the knowledge that the man who had been with the New Jersey Devils for 28-years, Lou Lamoriello, was still the team’s acting president. Read more

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