Maple Leafs' superfan 'Dart Guy' lands NHL job

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Jason Maslakow, also known as 'Dart Guy', became an online celebrity when photos of him from the Toronto Maple Leafs and Washington Capitals first-round series went viral during the spring of 2017. The face paint and cigarette dangling from his mouth was made into a meme, which was shared by many thousands on the internet.

Breaking: Ryan Ellis signs massive contract with Nashville Predators

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The Nashville Predators signed defenseman Ryan Ellis to an eight-year contract extension with a $6.25 M cap hit per season. This contract ends after the 2026-27 season, and the extension kicks in after this upcoming season. The contract includes a signing bonus of $7 M on July 1, 2019. It does not include a no-movement or no-trade clause.

INJURY UPDATE: Vladimir Tarasenko cleared to skate

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Vladimir Tarasenko separated his left shoulder in the final game of the 2017/18 season and he underwent shoulder surgery the following day. He was originally expected to be out four to six months. If he needed the full six months to recover, he may have been ready for the start of the regular season, but Tarasenko just hit the four month mark of his recovery and should be ready to go by the beginning of training camp, which starts in a month.

Brady Tkachuk to sign with the Ottawa Senators

Multiple sources including Brady Tkachuk's father Keith, have reported that the 2018 NHL Draft's fourth overall pick will forego his sophomore season at Boston University and sign with the Ottawa Senators.  Now, we will see what Ottawa chooses to do with the rugged right winger.

Brock Boeser Is Ready To Go

There's no denying that Brock Boeser was one of the most entertaining rookies this past season. With "no effects" of the lower back injury that ended his season on March 5, Boeser says he's ready for the 2018/19 season.

BREAKING:Red Wings Sign Dylan Larkin

The Red Wings have finally locked up their star center Dylan Larkin.

Nail Yakupov: 'There is unfair prejudice towards Russians in NHL'

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After being selected first overall by the Edmonton Oilers in the 2012 NHL draft, Nail Yakupov went on to play with the Oilers for four seasons, the St. Louis Blues for one season, and the Colorado Avalanche for one season. After six seasons in the NHL, Yakupov went home to Russia. In July 2018, Yakupov, who is 24-years-old, signed a two-year contract with KHL powerhouse SKA St. Petersburg.

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