Yahoo Public 69874 (ID# 69874)
  • Borna Rendulic signs with Vancouver
    Borna Rendulic has signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Vancouver Canucks.

    Advice: Finances have not yet been released. The 24-year-old Rendulic has just 14 games of NHL experience. He posted a career-best of 16 goals and 38 points with 38 PIMs in 68 games with AHL San Antonio last season, however. 49 minutes ago
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  • Dennis Yan signs ELC with Tampa Bay
    Dennis Yan has signed his Entry Level Contract with Tampa Bay.

    Advice: No contract details have been released yet. Yan posted 32 goals and 69 points in 64 games with Shawinigan of the QMJHL as a 18-year-old last season. 59 minutes ago
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  • Panthers lock up Aaron Ekblad for eight years
    The Florida Panthers have officially signed Aaron Ekblad to an eight-year extension.

    Advice: Florida didn't reveal the financial details of the deal, but if the previous reports are to be believed, then this contract is worth $60 million. "We are very excited to sign Aaron to a multi-year contract," said Panthers GM Tom Rowe. "He is an exceptionally skilled, intelligent and mature young player that is a difference maker for our team both on and off the ice. Aaron is an integral part of the foundation of our future and a cornerstone player who is continuing to develop into a true leader and one of the league’s elite defensemen." As we mentioned before, this contract is a gamble given how relatively inexperienced Ekblad still is, but there's no doubt that he has a ton of upside and he's already shown himself to be a great blueliner. This deal will be a huge headache if Ekblad struggles to live up to expectations, but it could also look like a shrewd move in a few years. Today, 1:11 pm
  • Montreal re-signs Daniel Carr, 2-years $1.45M
    Daniel Carr has inked a two-year contract with Montreal worth $1.45M.

    Advice: Carr had six goals and nine points in 22 contests with the Canadiens in 2015-16. The 22-year-old also had 10 goals and 21 points in 24 AHL games. Today, 12:30 pm
  • Chicago signs Sam Carrick
    Sam Carrick has signed a one-year deal with Chicago.

    Advice: He had 16 goals and 18 assists in 52 games with the Toronto Marlies in the AHL last season. Carrick also appeared in three matches with the Maple Leafs. He will probably spend most of the 2016-17 campaign in Rockford. Today, 12:12 pm
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  • Sabres sign Justin Falk to two-way deal
    The Buffalo Sabres have signed Justin Falk to a one-year/two-way contract.

    Advice: The defenseman played last season with Columbus and their AHL affiliate the Lake Erie Monsters. He will get $650,000 in the NHL and $350,000 if he plays in the AHL. Falk had four assists in 24 games with the Blue Jackets and two goals and nine points with the Monsters where he won the Calder Cup. Today, 11:59 am
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  • Jamie McBain inks two-way deal with Coyotes
    Jamie McBain has agreed to a one-year and two-way contract with Arizona worth $600K.

    Advice: In 44 games with Los Angeles last season, McBain registered nine points. The 28-year-old defender will make $300K down on the farm. Today, 11:46 am
  • Al Montoya signs with the Canadiens
    The Montreal Canadiens have signed Al Montoya to a one-year contract.

    Advice: The Canadiens have a good backup for Carey Price but hopefully will not have to rely on Montoya as much as they had to rely on their backups last season as Price missed most of the season with injuries. Montoya was 12-7-3 last season with a 2.18 GAA and a .919 save percentage. Look for similar peripherals this season and he should see action in 20-25 games. Today, 10:39 am
  • Los Angeles signs Zach Trotman
    Zach Trotman has agreed to a one-year deal with Los Angeles.

    Advice: His AAV on the contract is $650,000, according to a team source. Trotman suited up in a career high 38 games for Boston last season and he contributed seven points as well as 60 shots. Today, 10:28 am
  • Viktor Stalberg signs with the Hurricanes
    The Carolina Hurricanes have signed Viktor Stalberg to a one-year/$1.5 million contract.

    Advice: Stalberg had nine goals and 20 points last season with the Rangers and was hoping to re-sign with New York, until the Hurricanes offered him a nice raise from the $1.1 million he earned last season. The forward is a bottom-six player who has no real fantasy value in most pools. Today, 10:26 am
  • Vernon Fiddler off to New Jersey
    Vernon Fiddler has signed a one-year deal worth $1.25 million deal with the New Jersey Devils.

    Advice: Nice move by the Devils as Fiddler is a great bottom-two center. He will not be a great scorer but he is a good penalty killer as well as very good on the draw. He also will be good in the locker room and that never hurts. Do not take him in fantasy drafts however. Today, 9:58 am
  • Jake Allen, Blues agree to 4-year extension
    Jake Allen has agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $17.4 million.

    Advice: "I'm so excited to be a Blue for the next five years. This is where I want to be," Allen said. "This is the place that drafted me and made me the goalie I am today. I want to be a Blue forever and I'm looking forward to being able to stay here for the next five years. With the contract out of the way, now I can focus on hockey and worry about winning a championship." Allen will be Blues' number one netminder next season after Brian Elliott was traded at the 2016 NHL Draft. Today, 9:47 am
  • Colton Sceviour to play for Florida in 2016
    Colton Sceviour is heading to Florida after signing with the Panthers for two years.

    Advice: Sceviour will provide depth for the Panthers as a bottom-six forward. He will score 25-30 points and should not be a fantasy asset in pools. Today, 9:18 am
  • Andrew Ladd inks seven-year deal with Isles
    Andrew Ladd has signed a seven-year/$38.5 million deal with the New York Islanders.

    Advice: A big deal for Ladd who was dealt from the Jets to the Blackhawks on trade deadline day. He will take his spot on a line with John Tavares and should be able to hit the 70 point mark and maybe better this season. Today, 9:07 am
  • Report: Aaron Ekblad signs eight-year deal
    Aaron Ekblad has reportedly agreed to a eight-year, $60 million contract extension.

    Advice: There was a previous report that the Panthers were expected to present Ekblad with that offer and it's not surprising that he would take it. That being said he's not eligible to re-sign with Florida until noon ET on Friday, so it will be a little more than an hour before there's a chance to get confirmation of this agreement. Today, 7:54 am
  • Islanders meet with Andrew Ladd
    The New York Islanders provided Andrew Ladd with a tour of their new practice facilities, among other things.

    Advice: The Islanders are among the teams that are believed to be in the running for Ladd, who will become an unrestricted free agent at noon ET on Friday. Ladd is one of the more desirable forwards available and he'd be a nice addition for the Islanders, who are likely to lose Kyle Okposo. Today, 6:11 am
  • Report: A. Ekblad will get 8-year, $60M offer
    The Florida Panthers will reportedly offer Aaron Ekblad an eight-year, $60 million extension.

    Advice: Ekblad isn't eligible to receive an extension until noon ET on July 1, so that's why it hasn't happened yet. That's a lot of money to throw at a player with 159 games worth of NHL experience, but given what he's already accomplished and his upside, it's possible that locking him up at $7.5 million annually will actually end up saving the Panthers money in the long run. Today, 6:01 am
  • Dennis Seidenberg was shocked by buyout
    Dennis Seidenberg was shocked by the Boston Bruins' decision to buy him out.

    Advice: "(Bruins general manager) Donnie (Sweeney) called me (yesterday morning) and he said it was a tough call to make, but he had to buy me out, that they were going with the kids," Seidenberg said. "Told me I was a great guy and that was it." Seidenberg will become an unrestricted free agent at noon on July 1, but because the Bruins only started the buyout process on June 30 he missed out on the open interview period. Still, he should find teams interested in his services. Today, 5:42 am
  • Boston plans to buy out Dennis Seidenberg
    Dennis Seidenberg has been placed on waivers for the purpose of being bought out.

    Advice: Seidenberg had a full no-trade clause and wanted to remain with the Bruins, but it seems they had other plans. The 34-year-old defenseman had a goal and 12 points in 61 games last season. He still might bounce back, so he could be a good value pickup for another club. From a cap perspective, Boston will save about $2.8 million in 2016-17 and $1.8 million in 2017-18, but they'll have a penalty of about $1.2 million in each of the two seasons that follow. Yesterday, 9:49 am
  • UFA Andrew Ladd has plenty of suitors
    Andrew Ladd has a number of teams interested with free agency set to begin on Friday.

    Advice: The New York Islanders, Nashville, Tampa Bay and Montreal have expressed their intent to get him signed. Ladd wants a crack at a Stanley Cup and that will factor into his decision making when he hits the open market. Wednesday, 9:55 am
  • Al Montoya appears set to test free agency
    Al Montoya is expected to test the free agent market.

    Advice: The Panthers are not close to re-signing the soon-to-be unrestricted free agent, so it is believed he will be free to sign anywhere on July 1. Tuesday, 11:56 am
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