Player Notes

  • Johnny Gaudreau lets agent handle talks
    Johnny Gaudreau hasn't been involved in the negotiation process, but he is hoping to have a contract worked out soon.

    Advice: He is leaving the work to his agent, Lewis Gross. "Honestly, I'm not even involved," Gaudreau said. "I try to stay out of it as much as possible. I don't like getting different numbers in my head. Hoping for this, hoping for that, how many years ... it's just, I don't really enjoy that stuff. Whatever my agent thinks is best for me is what I'm going to do. He does a really good job with his players, so I have all the faith in him that he'll get something done." Gaudreau could end up getting a deal similar to ones that Filip Forsberg, Mark Scheifele and Brandon Saad received this off-season. Yesterday, 6:28 pm
  • Jamie Benn hopes to be ready for World Cup
    Jamie Benn hopes to be recovered from his core muscle surgery in time to play in the World Cup of Hockey.

    Advice: He intends to ramp up his rehab efforts this coming week and perhaps return to the ice. Benn feels like he is progressing nicely, but he won't rush anything before he is ready. Yesterday, 1:46 pm
  • Ales Hemsky excited for World Cup
    Ales Hemsky is looking forward to the World Cup of Hockey.

    Advice: "It's nice. For European guys it is always special when you can play for your home country," Hemsky said. "That's how we grew up. That's why we go for the World Championship and any tournament we have a chance to go; we are proud to represent, and it's huge in the home country." He was added to the team in late May along with Dallas teammate Radek Faksa. Yesterday, 11:38 am
  • Nikita Nikitin might return to KHL
    Nikita Nikiti could be back with Avangard Omsk.

    Advice: The unrestricted free agent hasn't agreed to terms with a team in the NHL or one in Europe yet. Nikitin spent 30 games with Bakersfield of the AHL and 11 matches with Edmonton in 2015-16. Yesterday, 9:03 am
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  • Hampus Lindholm may end up with north of $5M
    Hampus Lindholm is likely to get a contract worth at least $5 million per year.

    Advice: That has been the going rate for young defenders in his position this summer. Lindholm is still unsigned and there haven't been updates on the status of the negotiations. However, he is a key defender on the Ducks, so something should be worked out before the start of the regular season. Yesterday, 7:07 am

NHL Roster Changes

Jul 29
Col to NJ
Jul 28
TB to Nsh
Jul 24
LA to Ari
Jul 22
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NJ to Mon
Jul 21
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Was to Buf
Jul 19
Ott to NYR
Jul 19
NYR to Ott
Jul 15
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Cgy to NYR
Jul 14
TB to Ari
Jul 13
Dal to LA

Injury Reports

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