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Tuesday's Dump & Chase: Paying up

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Detroit has some important pieces of their future to sign this summer, and two of them elected arbitration. Nashville's pair of arbitration eligible players are also pending a hearing, and we're awaiting that result... especially in the case of Calle Jarnkrok. Elsewhere, the Flyers did the unthinkable: they signed a player coming off a career year to a modest term.

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Hockey Stuff

Preds Prospects Test Their Chops in the Kitchen - Nashville Predators - Features
These segments are always awesome. And this is your annual reminder that Zach Stepan is still being invited to prospect camp.

Flyers sign Schenn to four-year, $20.5M deal - Article - TSN
Not a bad deal for either side. Philly is figuring out the whole "player extension" bit.

Report: Bishop to return to ice Tuesday for 1st time since injury |
Safe to say that this year is rather important for Ben Bishop.

Cam Talbot Q&A: Oilers need 'one more piece' -
Talbot revealed that he trained with Ellis, but then Ellis went back to Nashville. There's proof that Ryan Ellis, the sub-6' bearded, tattooed ginger blends right into the community.

Red Wings expected to sign Danny DeKeyser before Thursday arbitration hearing |
Mrazek is also pending a hearing. One has to wonder if Detroit will move Howard before too long.

Being named Oilers captain would be ‘one of the greatest honors,’ says McDavid – ProHockeyTalk
McDavid might be the one player that is impervious to the weight of expectations.

Larsson on trade to Oilers: "I'm very excited to be here" - TSN
He may have been talking about the golf course. I dunno.

Not Hockey

Jaguar Is Ditching Its Sports Car Lineup For Something Dumb Called The Future | Jalopnik
One of the few times someone tried to physically accost me at my former job involved a Jaguar. They guy wanted to take out a loan to refinance his Jag. He had a 2000 X-something, and the MRSP when he bought it was around $50k. In 5 years, it depreciated down to $13,400. He didn't believe me. I swung around my big ol' CRT monitor. He still didn't believe me, and called me a punkass. He asked me what I drove. He was asked to leave.