(Video) First NHL Win: Condon outduels O’Connor in Canadiens’ win

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Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens

Photo: Montreal Canadiens rookie goaltender Mike Condon guards the net during the Canadiens win over the Ottawa Senators on Sunday night, a win that was the first of Condon’s NHL career (courtesy of Jason Kopinski/Icon Sportswire)

Two rookie goaltenders with NCAA pedigrees squared off in the first NHL start for each, but only one could come away a winner. The victorious goaltender, Mike Condon of the Montreal Canadiens, outdueled Ottawa Senators rookie Matt O’Connor to give the undefeated Canadiens a 3-1 win. Condon stopped 20 of 21 shots to secure his first NHL win. Read more»

2015 All-American Prospects Game: Two late goals lead Team Plante over Team Roenick

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Luke McInnis - Team Plante - CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game

Photo: Youngstown Phantoms defenseman and 2016 prospect Luke McInnis posted a goal and an assist in the third period of the 2015 CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game, helping him earn Player of the Game honors (courtesy of Jen Fuller/Getty Images)

In what was an entertaining 2015 CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game, Team Plante scored two late goals to secure a 6-4 victory over Team Roenick in a seesaw affair. Read more»

2015 All-American Prospects Game Preview: Team Plante, Team Roenick set to display skills to fans, scouts

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Matthew Tkachuk - Team USA

Photo: Forward Matthew Tkachuk of USA Hockey’s NTDP squad will be one of the 42 players competing at the 2015 CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game in Buffalo, NY (courtesy of John Crouch/Icon Sportswire)

The faces have changed, but the venue remains the same for the 2015 CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game as many of the top American-born prospects for the 2016 NHL Draft will go head-to-head at First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York this evening. Read more»

2015 Prospect Tournaments: Blues’ third rounder Parayko now a difficult player to miss

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Colton Parayko - Chicago Wolves

Photo: St. Louis Blues defensive prospect Colton Parayko joined the Chicago Wolves after completing his junior season at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, posting four goals and seven points in 17 AHL games (courtesy of the Chicago Wolves)

It’s hard to miss Colton Parayko. There aren’t many 6-foot-5 human beings in the world.

There are even less that can skate with smooth precision and have innate sense of positioning on the ice. Read more»

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