Puck Wire: Top Hockey News From The Weekend That Was: July 30th

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Another summer weekend in the books. The dog days of summer are continuing on as Monday is here again. Here is the top hockey news from the weekend that was for Monday, July 30th. Today’s stories include Tom Wilson’s new deal, Brady Skjei gets a new contract, Corey Crawford still not 100 percent, Quinn Hughes going back to school, Brady Tkachuk’s decision, and Jim Nill still hopes to extend Tyler Seguin.

Top hockey news for Monday, July 30th

Controversial and popular forward Tom Wilson gets a six-year, $31.02 million deal from Washington.

The New York Rangers avoided salary arbitration as Brady Skjei signs six-year contract extension.

As the training camp approaches Corey Crawford is still not 100 percent but will be ready for camp when it opens.

Vancouver Canucks first-round draft pick Quinn Hughes is heading back to college to develop his game for the professional level.

Ottawa Senators top prospect Brady Tkachuk has a similar decision to make and will do what is best for his development in the NHL.

Stars General Manager Jim Nill hopes to sign Tyler Seguin to a contract extension before the season starts.

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