NHL players react to Spezza, Gorges deals, free agency

The World Cup might be front and centre in sports right now, but on July 1 there's always room for NHL free agency. Within moments of the clock striking 12 p.m. ET, there were plenty of tantalizing signings and trades to talk about. And NHL players wanted to join in. Here's what they had to say.

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Defenceman Josh Gorges, left, was traded by the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday. Gorges and his former teammate Brendan Gallagher were quick to tweet their thoughts on the deal. (Michael Dwyer/Associated Press)


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