NHL: Breaking news, trades

The sixth time was the charm for Eric Lindros, who headlines this year’s Hockey Hall of Fame class.

22 Apr 1998:  Center Eric Lindros of the Philadelphia Flyers in action during a game against the Buffalo Sabres at the Corestates Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Sabres defeated the Flyers 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Craig Melvin  /Allsport

 

 

Joining Lindros is Sergei Makarov and Rogie Vachon in the players category and the late Pat Quinn in the builders category.

Lindros had come up short five previous times, but he finally got the call on Monday.

 

 

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The Nashville Predators signed forward Filip Forsberg to a six-year, $36 million contract.

Forsberg will make $6 million each season from 2016-17 to 2021-22. He was scheduled to become a restricted free agent on July 1.

 

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The Calgary Flames acquired Alex Chiasson from the Ottawa Senators for minor-league defensive prospect Patrick Sieloff and signed the forward to a one-year contract.

Chiasson collected seven goals, eight assists and 45 penalty minutes in 77 games with Ottawa last season. The 25-year-old scored 38 goals and set up 44 others in 239 career contests with the Dallas Stars and Senators.

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Arizona Coyotes goaltender Louis Domingue signed a two-year contract, the team announced.

Financial terms were not disclosed for the 24-year-old Domingue, who came on for the injured Mike Smith and posted a 15-18-5 mark with two shutouts, a 2.75 goals-against average and .911 save percentage in 39 games last season.

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The Detroit Red Wings re-signed left winger Drew Miller to a one-year contract.

The deal is worth a reported $1.025 million, plus bonuses.

Miller, 32, has tallied 100 points (51 goals, 49 assists) in 449 games with the Red Wings since joining the team in 2009-10.

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The Boston Bruins tendered qualifying offers to defenseman Torey Krug and five other players on Monday.

Krug joined fellow blue-liners Colin Miller, Joe Morrow and minor-leaguer Chris Casto in addition to forwards Brian Ferlin and Alexander Khokhlachev in receiving qualifying offers.

 

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