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Devils Daily: KHL, FHR Changes; Affect on Devils Prospects; CapFriendly Officially Goes Dark

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Well, it’s officially official. CapFriendly has officially gone dark after they were purchased by the New Jersey Devils’ division rival, the Washington Capitals.

The public will no longer have access to the site and it’s operations will remain behind closed doors in Washington. The Capitals are getting a good one.

On a brighter note, be sure to keep all your salary cap needs with our partners over at PuckPedia. They do great work.

In the links, how changes between the KHL and FHR could affect Devils prospects, and others.

Elsewhere, Arizona’s rights have officially been relinquished, Jonathan Huberdeau faces a tough reality, and another cornerstone player inked in San Jose

Let’s do that hockey.

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New Jersey Hockey Now: Changes between the KHL and FHR will take place as soon as next KHL season over in Russia. The changes could have a significant impact on Devils prospects, including Anton Silayev and Arseni Gritsyuk.

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Sportsnet:  Alex Meruelo, the NOW former owner of the Arizona Coyotes has relinquished his rights to the franchise — NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly confirmed.

More Sportsnet: The CapFriendly era is officially over. After they were purchased by the Washington Capitals, the site has gone dark and will now be closed off to the public.

San Jose Hockey Now: The San Jose Sharks top defensive prospect, Sam Dickinson, was high on the Devils’ draft list. Ultimately, the Devils went with Silayev who wasn’t expected to be available at 10th overall. Still, next to Macklin Celebrini, the Sharks inked another cornerstone to their future on Wednesday.

Colorado Hockey Now: Andrew Cogliano and Pavel Francouz, two members of the 2022 Stanley Cup winning Colorado Avalanche team, have moved on to the next chapter of their careers, gaining official titles in the front office for the organization.

Florida Hockey Now: Jonathan Huberdeau was a major part of the Florida Panthers organization before he was traded in a deal to the Calgary Flames in exchange for Matthew Tkachuk — among other things. The former Panther explained it was “hard to see” them win the cup this year.

Philly Hockey Now: Although he’s 100% now, prized Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Jamie Drysdale reveals he was hurt for the entire 2023-24 season.

Detroit Hockey Now: He’s going to the Hall-of-Fame, however, a role with the Detroit Red Wings is not in Pavel Datsyuk‘s future. Why? Well, the human highlight-reel forward explains it’s not of interest to him.

Montreal Hockey Now: From the Montreal Canadiens perspective, how the KHL, FHR changes affect Habs prospects.

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