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The Washington Capitals will be open to taking offers on the following players

Burmistrov 80 overall C - 4 star yellow age: 25

Manning 82 overall TWD LD with 91 age: 26

Beach 78 overall LW PWF age: 27

Hansen 80 overall RW age: 31

Weber 79 overall OFD RD age: 28

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Conn Smythe winning goaltender Adam Courchaine is also OTB. It's definitely time to pass the reins to Campbell and Heard in Colorado.

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Conn Smythe winning goaltender Adam Courchaine is also OTB. It's definitely time to pass the reins to Campbell and Heard in Colorado.

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Fowler may be available......... more details to come, after the end of the playoffs.

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The Cup is heading to the West!!

Phoenix Coyotes are the Champions!

3 PHX > 5 WSH 4-2

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Official Standings

26- small.png Washington Capitals

23- small.png Colorado Avalanche

22- small.png Phoenix Coyotes

21- small.png Dallas Stars

16- small.png Minnesota Wild

15- small.png Pittsburgh Penguins

13- small.png St. Louis Blues

13- small.png Nashville Predators

13- small.png Carolina Hurricanes

13- small.png Buffalo Sabres

12- small.png Philadelphia Flyers

11- small.png Ottawa Senators

9- small.png New Jersey Devils

9- small.png Calgary Flames

8- small.png Columbus Blue Jackets

5- small.png Tampa Bay Lightning

5- small.png Anaheim Ducks

4- small.png Edmonton Oilers

3- small.png Winnipeg Jets

3- small.png Montreal Canadiens

2- small.png Toronto Maple Leafs

2- small.png Los Angeles Kings

2- small.png New York Rangers

2- small.png Boston Bruins

2- small.png Florida Panthers

2- small.png Chicago Blackhawks

1- small.png New York Islanders

1- small.png San Jose Sharks

1- small.png Detroit Red Wings

1- small.png Vancouver Canucks

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What!?

The head of the Coyotes organization is speechless, we fought hard to make it to the finals for the first time and win it all!

This is amazing, words can't describe the feelings of the team right now.

We'd like to thank the Capitals for a hard fought series.

Also congratulations to Conn Smythe winner Joffrey Lupul, and of course the whole team for making this all happen!

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Stanley Cup: Phoenix Coyotes

President's Trophy: Ottawa Senators

Clarence S. Campbell Bowl: Phoenix Coyotes

Prince of Wales Trophy: Washington Capitals

Art Ross Trophy: Patrick Kane

Hart Memorial Trophy: Ondrej Pavelec

James Norris Memorial Trophy: Nick Leddy

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy: Patrick Kane

Calder Memorial Trophy: Mikael Granlund

Conn Smythe Trophy: Joffrey Lupul

Vezina Trophy: Ondrej Pavelec

William M. Jennings Trophy: Ondrej Pavelec

Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy: Mark Fistric

Frank J. Selke Trophy: Jonathan Toews

Ted Lindsay Award: Ondrej Pavelec

Maurice Richard Trophy: Patrick Kane

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I have so many UFA's this year. Definitely not looking forward to trying to sign them all. I hope I can do it.

Larsson went from 85 to 87.

Engelland from 87 to 88.

Zajac and Tlusty from 83 to 84.

Clarkson from 79 to 81.

Those are the important ones. Everyone else mostly stayed the same.

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M. Visentin 75 -> 80

J. Lupul 83 -> 84

M. Havlat 84 -> 85

M. Backlund 82 -> 83

B. Shinnimin 79 -> 80

A. Cogliano 82 -> 83

D. Rundblad 82 -> 84

Z. Michalek 85 -> 87

J. Weller 68 -> 78

K. Yandle 84 -> 86

This is just great.

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The CBJ's Congratulate the Coyotes on the Championship.

Very deserving,

The Cup is back in the West where it belongs, well Western Europe. LOL!

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Congratulations to Phoenix on winning the ultimate prize.

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Joe Thornton retires, Jaromir Jagr does not. :picard:

Outside of the major drop in center skill, most of my guys went up a point or two. I think my biggest jump was Gortz who went from 72 to 79.

The Nashville Predators have informed living legend Jaromir Jagr that he will not be re-signed. The 45-year-old, who was drafted 5th overall 27 years ago, has accumulated 1666 regular season games (4th all-time), 733 regular season goals (4th all-time), 1101 regular season assists (6th all-time), 1834 regular season points (4th all-time), 250 playoff games (3rd all-time), 92 playoff goals (6th all-time), 131 playoff assists (5th all-time), and 223 playoff points (4th all-time).

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Congrats to both Washington and Phoenix on making the cup finals and Phoenix for winning the cup.

Ottawa is looking for a top line LW.

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Washington would like to congratulate Phoenix for their first ever Stanley cup, we celebrated our first ever last year, enjoy the moment!

We would also like to announce that Marion Hossa has decided to retire after posting his best season ever at 33g 37a +29. We tried to convince him to take one more run at the Stankey Cup but he said his heart isn't in it anymore. We wish him well.

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Corey Crawford, who played as a starter after Jimmy Howard's injury in Game 2 of the finals, has chosen to test out free agency in hopes of more time between the pipes.

We thank him for the effort to get 4 straight wins in the finals, and the only four games he played this whole season.

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