in the NewsEdit
NHL Entry Draft
- Minnesota Wild traded defenseman Justin Falk to the New York Rangers.
- New York Islanders re-signed Travis Hamonic to a seven-year, $27-million contract.
- Ron Hextall returned to the Philadelphia Flyers, being named Assistant General Manager.
- Justin Falk signed a one year contract with the New York Rangers.
- Carson McMillan signed a one-year two-way contract with the Minnesota Wild.
- Andrew Murray signed a one-year contract with KHL Medveščak Zagreb of the KHL.
- Triston Grant signed a one-year contract with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League.
- Edmonton Oilers claimed Steve MacIntyre off waivers from the Pittsburgh Penguins.
- Brett Willows was an emergency call-up for the Toronto Maple Leafs on October 17.
- Shane Luke selected Hockey East Weekly Top Performer (10/21).
- Brendan Harms named WCHA Rookie of the Week (10/29).
- Shane Luke and the Providence Friars won the Catamount Cup, Luke selected MVP & to All-Star team.
- Corey Koop named WIAC Hockey Athlete of the Week (12/8).
- Craig Simchuk named ECAC West Player of the Week (1/10).
- Ryan Garbutt signed a three year contract extension with the Dallas Stars.
- Leo Podolsky named NCHA Defensive Player of the Week (2/4).
- Cole Klippenstein named to ECAC East All-Rookie Team.
- Kelly Andrew named MIAC Hockey Athlete of the Week (2/21).
- Shael Hechter selected to WCCHA All-Conference First Team.
- Leo Podolsky selected to NCHA All-Conference Team and Brett Pinkerton to the All-Freshmen team.
- Mike Collins named to ECAC West All-Conference Second Team.
- Shael Hechter and the St. Thomas Tommies won the WCCHA Championship.
- Caleb Suderman selected MIAC co-Player of the Year and named to All-Conference Team.
- Justin McDonald named to OUA West All Rookie Team.
- Troy Hoban and the Arizona State Sun Devils won the ACHA Division I National Championship.
- Beau Taylor and the Selkirk College Saints won the BCIHL Championship.
- Steve Sorensen and the St. Thomas Tommies won the MIAC Championship.
- Darren Helm scored his first career hat-trick in a game against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
- Nick Lazorko named to SPHL Second All-Star Team.
- Calin Wild named Central Hockey League's Man of the Year.
- Lasse Petersen on Denmark's roster and Travis Sanheim on Canada's for the World U-18 Junior Championship. Sanheim named Top Defenseman.
- Roger Tagoona and the Dayton Demonz won the FHL Championship.
- Ryan Garbutt scored his first NHL playoff goal on Frederik Andersen of Anaheim April 19.
- Also on April 19, Matt Calvert led the Columbus Blue Jackets to their first ever playoff win by scoring twice, his first NHL playoff goal and the game winner in their double overtime victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
- Nashville Predators dismissed Head Coach Barry Trotz.
- Philadelphia Flyers promoted Ron Hextall to General Manager.
- Washington Capitals hired Barry Trotz as their Head Coach.
- Detroit Red Wings bought out last year of Jordin Tootoo's contract.
Final Face OffEdit
National Hockey LeagueEdit
|Matt Calvert||Sean Collins||Justin Falk||Myles Fee||Ryan Garbutt|
|Travis Hamonic||Darren Helm||Ron Hextall||Cody McLeod||Carson McMillan|
|Colton Orr||Rick St. Croix||Jordin Tootoo||Barry Trotz||Travis Zajac|