NHL Daily: Ryan Mantha, JT Compher, New York Rangers

NHL Daily: Edmonton Oilers Sign Prospect Ryan Mantha to Entry Level Deal, See JT Compher’s Predicted Impact For Colorado, Giving Rangers Management Report Cards and More! (Morning NHL Headlines)

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There were 10 games on the NHL’s schedule for Thursday night. First, the Flyers topped the Panthers 2-1 in a shootout, the Capitals shutout the Devils 1-0 and the Sabres topped the Coyotes 6-3.

The Rangers beat out the Bruins 2-1, the Blue Jackets shutout the Wild 1-0, the Predators topped the Canadiens 2-1 and the Senators topped the Avalanche 2-1.

Lastly, the Islanders beat out the Stars 5-1, the Sharks topped the Canucks 3-1 and the Kings beat out the Maple Leafs 3-2 in a shootout.

The Highlight of the Night:

NHL Daily: Morning NHL Headlines

Edmonton Signs Prospect to Entry Level Deal

The Oilers have signed OHL defenseman Ryan Mantha to a 3-year entry level contract with the team. So, while the trade deadline was pretty quiet for the Oilers, they still gained a new face. [Oil on Whyte]

Flyers Fans React to Trade Deadline

Want to know how the Flyers’ fanbase felt following the trade deadline? Take a peek inside a Flyers’ fan’s mind to see the reactions. [Broad Street Buzz]

Brandon Carlo: Happy to be a Bruin

The trade deadline has come and gone and some players took a big sigh of relief following the final hour. One of these relieved players was Bruin Brandon Carlo who is happy to still be a Bruin and having avoided a trade. [Causeway Crowd]

JT Compher’s Impact on Colorado

The Avalanche made some small moves for the trade deadline and in doing so made a roster spot available for JT Compher. See what kind of impact Compher can have on the team with his new roster spot. [Mile High Sticking]

Blues Were Smart to Keep it Simple

The Blues kept it simple at the deadline following the trading of Kevin Shattenkirk. St.Louis was wise to keep their moves to the bare minimum. [Bleedin’ Blue]

Free Agents Toronto Should Consider

Sure, the trade deadline has passed but that doesn’t mean the Maple Leafs have to keep their mind off players. Toronto has a few free agents that they should seek to attract, especially as their team continues to improve and impress. [Editor-in-Leaf]

Grading Rangers’ Management

You’ve seen report cards for players, trades and more, but now you can see how the Rangers’ management grades up. See how management did this season. [Blue Line Station]

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