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In a wild first day of free agency in the NHL, the Ottawa Senators were right in the thick of the action. Air Max Scontate Donne . First, the Daniel Alfredsson era in Ottawa came to an end after the Senators long-time captain agreed to a one-year, $5.5 million deal with the Detroit Red Wings. A few hours later, the Senators made another splash, landing star forward Bobby Ryan in a trade with the Anaheim Ducks. In exchange for Ryan, the Senators sent Jakob Silfverberg, forward prospect Stefan Noesen and a first round pick to Anaheim. Alfredsson had spent his entire 17-season NHL career with the Senators. He scored 10 goals and 16 assists in 47 games last regular season and added four goals and 10 points in 10 playoff games. The native of Gothenburg, Sweden has spent his entire career with Ottawa, scoring 426 goals and adding 682 assists in 1,178 games. The 40-year-old veteran was originally selected in the sixth round by the Senators at the 1994 NHL Entry Draft. Ryan scored 11 goals and 19 assists for 30 points last season. The Senators also brought in free agent left-winger Clarke MacArthur, who signed a two-year, $6.5 million deal. MacArthur, who was originally drafted 73rd overall by Buffalo in 2003, scored eight goals and 20 points for theToronto Maple Leafs last season. The Maple Leafs were busy themselves on Friday, locking up both centre Tyler Bozak and rugged winger David Clarkson to contracts. Clarkson agreed to a seven-year deal worth $36.75 million, while Bozak agreed to a five-year, $21 million deal. The 29-year-old Clarkson was one of the most coveted free agents this season after scoring 15 goals and 24 points for the New Jersey Devils last season. Bozak had 12 goals and 16 assists in 46 games for Toronto last season. The Leafs also signed defenceman T.J. Brennan to a one-year $600,000 contract. In other big signings, Jarome Iginla signed a one-year, $6 million performance-laden contract with the Boston Bruins, the same team that thought they had acquired him at the trade deadline. Iginla had 14 goals and 19 assists in 44 games split between the Calgary Flames and Pittsburgh Penguins last season. Forward Nathan Horton decided to leave Boston to join the Columbus Blue Jackets on a seven-year deal. Horton scored 13 goals and 22 points for the Bruins last season and won a Stanley Cup with Boston in 2011. He will undergo shoulder surgery this summer though, and is expected to be out until December. The Edmonton Oilers also made a splash in free agency, adding defenceman Andrew Ference on a four-year, $13 million deal. Ference, who was born in Edmonton, had four goals and 13 points while averaging nearly 20 minutes of ice-time per game for the Bruins last season. In 760 career NHL games for the Bruins, Flames and Penguins, Ference has 37 goals, 193 points and 645 penalty minutes. The Oilers also signed a pair of former Phoenix Coyotes in veteran forward Boyd Gordon to a three-year, $9 million deal and goaltender Jason LaBarbera to a one-year, $1 million deal. They also agreed to terms with left winger Ryan Hamilton and forward Jesse Joensuu on two-year deals. In addition to Alfredsson, the Red Wings landed former Florida Panthers centre Stephen Weiss with a five-year, $24.5 million contract. Weiss, the fourth overall pick in the 2001 draft, played in just 17 games for the Panthers last season due to a wrist injury but had scored at least 20 goals in each of the three previous seasons. The Montreal Canadiens, who agreed to terms with forward Daniel Briere on Thursday, added some toughness on Friday by trading for veteran forward George Parros. The Canadiens received Parros from the Panthers in exchange for Philippe Lefebvre and a 2014 seventh round draft pick. Elsewhere, Newfoundland natives Ryan Clowe and Michael Ryder joined the New Jersey Devils. Clowe, who split time between the San Jose Sharks and New York Rangers last season, signed a five-year deal worth $4.85 million per season. He scored three goals and 19 points in 40 games. The Fermeuse, NL native has 105 career goals and 279 points in 435 NHL games. Ryder, who split time between the Dallas Stars and Montreal Canadiens, signed a two-year, $7 million contract. Last season, he scored 16 goals and 19 assists in 46 games.  The Devils also added Rostislav Olesz, signing the Chicago Blackhawks forward to a one-year, $1 million contract. The Tampa Bay Lightning signed Valtteri Filppula to a five-year $25 million contract. The 29-year-old Finnish forward scored nine goals in 41 games for Detroit last season. The Pittsburgh Penguins signed defenceman Rob Scuderi to a four-year, $13.5 million deal. The Penguins originally drafted Scuderi 134th overall in 1998 and he won a Stanley Cup with them in 2009. Scuderi spent the last four years with the Los Angeles Kings, winning his second Stanley Cup in 2012. The Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks meanwhile re-signed defenceman Michal Rozsival and forward Michal Handzus. Roszivals deal is for two years while Handzus signed a one-year contract worth $1 million. Leaving Chicago however were goaltender Ray Emery and right winger Viktor Stalberg. Emery agreed to a one-year, $1.65 million deal with the Philadelphia Flyers. He had a record of 17-1-0 record as the No. 2 goalie for the Stanley Cup winning Blackhawks last season and posted a .922 save percentage and 1.94 goals against average. Stalberg joined the Nashville Predators on a four-year $12 million deal. The Predators also signed veteran centre Matt Cullen to a two-year $7 million deal, Eric Nystrom to a four-year $10 million deal and Matt Hendricks to a four-year deal worth $7.2 million. The Phoenix Coyotes were also busy on free agent front, signing veteran free agent centre Mike Ribeiro to a four-year, $22 million deal and re-upped with forward Lauri Korpikoski on a four-year deal worth $10 million. The Coyotes also signed goalie Thomas Greiss to a one-year $750,000 deal, centre Mike Stone to a three-year deal and re-signed centre Kyle Chipchura. The Calgary Flames acquired defenceman Kris Russell from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Calgarys fifth round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. The Flames also signed Finnish goaltender Kari Rammo to a two-year $5.5 million contract. The Vancouver Canucks signed centre Brad Richardson to a two-year, $2.3 million deal and defenceman Yannick Weber to a one-year, $650,000 deal. The Winnipeg Jets acquired forward Devin Setoguchi from the Minnesota Wild in exchange for a second round draft pick in 2014. The Minnesota Wild agreed to a three-year, $7.5 million contract with agitator Matt Cooke and re-signed defenceman Jared Spurgeon to a three-year, $8 million contract. The San Jose Sharks re-signed defenceman Scott Hannan to one-year, $1 million deal and Tyler Kennedy to a two-year deal worth $2.3 million per season. The Sharks acquired Kennedy from the Penguins in a trade on draft day for a second round pick in this years draft. The Sharks also made Logan Coutures five-year extension worth $6 million per season official on Friday. The Florida Panthers re-signed forward Shawn Matthias to a two-year deal with an average annual value of $1.75 million. The Panthers also added forward Joey Crabb on a two-year, $1.2 million contract. Goaltender Evgeni Nabokov re-signed with the New York Islanders on a one-year $3.25 million contract and Travis Hamonic stayed on, signing a seven-year $27 million deal. Peter Regin joined the Islanders on a one-year ,$750,000 contract after spending the first five years of his NHL career with the Senators while centre Pierre-Marc Bouchard left the Wild to sign a one-year, $2 million deal. Defenceman Mike Komisarek agreed to a one-year, $700,000 deal with the Carolina Hurricanes. The Hurricanes also signed goalie Anton Khudobin to a one-year $800,000 contract. The Dallas Stars added goaltender Dan Ellis on a two-year, $1.8 million contract. The Colorado Avalanche signed veteran defenceman Andre Benoit to a one-year $900,000 deal, and defenceman Nate Guenin to a one-year $600,000 contract. They also re-signed David Van Der Gulik to a one-year deal and Colin Smith to a three-year entry-level contract. The St. Louis Blues signed veteran forward Keith Aucoin to a one-year $625,000 contract and added veteran centre Maxim Lapierre on a two-year $2.2 million deal. Golatender Yann Danis signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Flyers. The New York Rangers signed centre Dominic Moore to a one-year, $1 million deal. Moore stepped away from hockey for the 2012-13 season to care for his wife, who had been diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer. She passed away in January. The Rangers also added defenceman Aaron Johnson with a one-year $600,000 deal. The Los Angeles Kings signed defenceman Jeff Schultz to a one-year, $700,000 contract after he was bought out by the Washington Capitals earlier this month. Vapormax Scontate . Uniteds eighth defeat of a wretched campaign means Liverpool, which currently occupies the fourth and final Champions League place, could go nine points clear of its fierce rival by beating West Bromwich Albion on Sunday. Charlie Adam scored both of Stokes goals at Britannia Stadium either side of Robin van Persies equalizer, with a miserable day for seventh-place United capped by first-half injuries to centre halves Jonny Evans and Phil Jones that forced them off. Nike Air Huarache Drift Premium . Kuznetsov, who was selected by the Capitals in the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, has been playing for his hometown team Chelyabinsk Traktor of the KHL. . Any real chance at payback wont come until the playoff. Still, Pittsburgh knows its taut 3-2 win over the Bruins on Wednesday night is a pretty good place to start laying the groundwork. "They are a very good defensive team," Penguins forward Brandon Sutter said. OAKLAND, Calif. -- Sonny Gray hoped he had turned a corner when he snapped a long losing streak in his first start after the All-Star break. His second start after the break put him right back where he was in a frustrating first half.Gray allowed homers to Tim Beckham and Corey Dickerson and then was chased following a four-run fifth inning as the Oakland Athletics lost 7-3 to the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday nightThat game kind of went how my years been, giving up the home run then having the big inning, Gray said. I thought at the start of the fifth inning I made some pretty good pitches, and suddenly its first and second with nobody out and then it didnt go well from there.Little has gone well for Gray this season who has struggled to find the form that made him so successful his first three seasons in the majors, including last year when he finished third in AL Cy Young voting.Gray (4-9) allowed seven runs in five innings, raising his ERA to 5.49. After starting the season 3-1, Grays only win in his past 14 starts came last Saturday against Toronto.I think he gets frustrated, manager Bob Melvin said. Thats natural. Hes a competitor, hes used to getting outs, hes used to being able to bare down when he wants to, get a groundball when he wants to, get a strikeout when he wants to. Its been a tough time for him this year.Beckham homered and then sparked a four-run inning with his eighth straight hit over three games to lead the Rays to their first three-game winning streak since June 12-15.Dickerson also homered and drove in three runs, and Logan Forsythe, Brad Miller and Evan Longoria added RBI hits in the fifth inning to back a solid start by Matt Moore (6-7).Beckham followed up a five-hit game in Colorado on Wednesday by hitting a solo homer in the second and then adding a leadoff single in the big fifth inning that gave Tampa Bay the lead for good.Beckham, who started the streak with a single in his final at-bat Monday, was finally retired when he popped out to end the sixth but by then he had done his damage. Vapormax Plus Arancioni. His eight hits in eight at-bats -- he walked in his other plate appearance -- were one more hit than he had in 41 at-bats in all of June.He did it all while playing first base for the first time ever with Logan Morrison sidelined by an injured right forearm and Steve Pearce needing a day off.Thats not an easy thing, manager Kevin Cash said. Thats uncomfortable to go play somewhere in a big league ballgame. You can imagine theres probably some nerves and anxiety.Moore allowed a three-run homer to Jake Smolinski in the second but nothing else in seven innings to earn his first win in eight road starts this season.Alex Colome got three outs for his 21st save in as many chances.TRAINERS ROOMRays: Morrison got an injection in his injured forearm and is expected to be fine in a day or two.Athletics: LHP Rich Hill (blister) played catch before the game with protection on his middle finger. He is still not ready to throw curveballs or pitch off the mound. ... RHP Zach Neal was recalled from Triple-A Nashville and LHP Patrick Schuster was optioned to Nashville.TRADE TALKAs RF Josh Reddick said hes tuning out any talk about a possible trade before the Aug. 1 deadline, saying the game is hard enough without worrying about things out of his control. But Reddick did say he is upset there hasnt been more progress on a long-term deal to keep him in Oakland past this season.Its kind of disheartening to know something hasnt been worked out so far, and weve been four months into it, he said.UP NEXTRays: Jake Odorizzi (4-5) snapped a six-start winless streak last Sunday against Baltimore when he allowed two runs in six innings for his first win since June 8.Athletics: Sean Manaea (3-5) faces the Rays for the first time in his career in the second game of the series. China Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Jerseys NFL China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys Camo Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' '