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May

  • Jordin Tootoo re-signed with the New Jersey Devils for 1 year.
  • Justin Falk signed a one-year two-way contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets.

June

  • Chay Genoway signed a one-year contract with HC Spartak Moscow of the Kontinental Hockey League.

July

  • Sean Collins signed a one-year two-way contract with the Washington Capitals.
  • Matt Calvert signed a three-year 6.6 million dollar contract extension with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
  • Ryan Garbutt traded to Chicago Blackhawks as part of the Patrick Sharp trade to the Dallas Stars.
  • Rick St. Croix returned to the Winnipeg Jets organization as the team's developmental goaltending coach.
  • Manitoba Moose signed Peter Stoykewych to a one-year AHL level contract.
  • Brendan Shinnimin signed a one-year two-way contract with the Arizona Coyotes.
  • Triston Grant signed a one-year contract with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League.
  • Tanner Lomsnes attended Dallas Stars Developmental Camp.

August

  • San Antonio Rampage signed Justin Hamonic to a one-year AHL level contract.
  • St. John's IceCaps signed Travis Brown to a one-year AHL level contract.
  • Beau Taylor and the Newcastle North Stars won the AIHL Championship.

September

October

  • Colton Orr signed a one-year contract with the Stockton Heat of the American Hockey League.
  • Joel Edmundson made the St. Louis Blues opening night roster and his NHL debut on October 8.
  • Jayson Argue named Atlantic Hockey Association Goaltender of the Week (10/20).

November

  • Myles Fee named to the staff for Team Europe's World Cup of Hockey team.
  • Brendan Harms named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (11/15).
  • Braeden Ostepchuk named NEHC co-Goaltender of the Week (11/15).
  • Derek Gingera named to Rutland Herald Invitational All-Tournament Team.

December.

  • Craig Simchuk suspended 28 games by SPHL for intent to injure Peoria goalie Kyle Rank.
  • Travis Sanheim played for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship.
  • Lasse Petersen on Denmark's roster for the World Junior Hockey Championship.

January

February

March

  • Jason Kasdorf nominated for the Mike Richter Award, for most outstanding goaltender in NCAA Division l.
  • Tanner Jago named to Atlantic Hockey All-Rookie Team.
  • Steve Sorensen named to MIAC All-Conference Team.
  • Michael Sofillas, Parker Thomas, and Saskatchewan Huskies won the CWUAA Championship.
  • Graham Zagrodney and Lindenwood Lions won the ACHA Division l National Championship.
  • David MacGregor and UMass-Boston Beacons won the NEHC Championship.
  • Jordan DePape selected to CIS All-Canadian Second Team and Adam Henry to All-Rookie Team.
  • Mack Heisinger named ECAC-NE Rookie of the Year, and to Second All-Star Team & All-Rookie Team.
  • Jason Kasdorf signed one-year entry-level contract with the Buffalo Sabres.
  • Brett Pinkerton, Jeremy Olinyk and the Adrian Bulldogs won their second straight NCHA Championship.
  • Gardiner MacDougall and the University of New Brunswick won the CIS Hockey Championship.
  • Jason Kasdorf selected to All-ECAC Second Team.
  • Richard Gratz and the Selkirk College Saints won the BCIHL Championship.
  • Travis Sanheim named to the WHL Eastern Conference Second All-Star Team.
  • Sam Waterfield and the NAIT Ooks won the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Hockey Championship.
  • Joel Edmundson earned the first NHL goal on a one-timer off Vladimir Tarasenko's feed on March 25.
  • Jack Emmer and the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles won the ACHA Division II National Championship.

April

  • Craig Scott selected to English Premier Ice Hockey League Second All Star Team.
  • Brett Lernout made his NHL debut playing for the Montreal Canadiens on April 2nd.
  • Jason Kasdorf made his NHL debut in Buffalo Sabres home finale, on Friday, April 8th,
    allowing four goals on 30 shots in a 4-1 loss to Columbus Blue Jackets.
  • Alex Henry selected to the ACHA Division I All Rookie Team.
  • Bryn Chyzyk and the North Dakota Fighting Hawks won the NCAA Division I Hockey Championship.
  • Barry Trotz and the Washington Capitals won the Presidents' Trophy, as the NHL's regular season top team.
  • Myles Fee stepped down as video coach for the Edmonton Oilers after seven years.
  • Roger Tagoona and the Port Huron Prowlers won the FHL Championship.
  • Jens Meilleur and the Kassel Huskies won the DEL2 Championship.
  • The St. Louis Blues signed rookie defenceman Joel Edmundson to a two-year contract extension.
  • Travis Hamonic recorded his first NHL playoff goal on April 27th in a win over Tampa Bay Lightning.

May

June

  • Justin Falk and the Lake Erie Monsters won the American Hockey League Championship.
  • Braeden Ostepchuk named to CoSIDA Academic All-American Third Team.
  • Barry Trotz selected NHL Coach of the Year and received the Jack Adams Trophy.

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