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Jason Brough

“It’s quite the opposite,” according to his agent.
The future is looking a lot brighter in New York these days.
Is he capable of centering the Rangers’ second line?
“He knows this is his third team in a real quick span, so he’s got to make a name for himself.”
They may have to wait until something shakes loose during the regular season.
He’d rather keep the contract talks private.
“I’ve got to make an impact right away and show that I belong in the NHL.”
The 23-year-old forward was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award last season.
They’re coming a very tough 2016-17 with the Canucks.
A new head coach and a bunch of new players have expectations high in Dallas.
The speedy, versatile forward is hoping to bounce back after a tough 2016-17.
Goaltending has to improve if the Stars are to become legitimate Stanley Cup contenders.
With eight years still remaining on his massive contract, it’s imperative that Parise finds his game again.
Signed in 2009. Parade in 2010. Not a coincidence.
Regardless of where he begins his pro career, his development will be fun and fascinating to watch.
The captain has to produce more now that his old linemate, Brandon Saad, is back.
GM David Poile has locked up his core for years to come.
After two years in the AHL, expect a motivated player at training camp.
Can the 29-year-old handle a second-line role in Nashville?
A name change for the home of the Capitals.
But if Chuck Greenberg can’t raise the money, it’s a moot point anyway.
At this point in his career, he’s probably best suited for a bottom-six role.
The latest addition to Phil Housley’s staff.