report this ad The Dallas Stars’ roster will see a surprising turnover after finishing the season one goal shy of their first Western Conference Final appearance since 2008. Only considering players who played at least 20 NHL games in 2018-19 (Marc Methot’s injury-riddled year being the one exception), there are three new arrivals and six
© Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Players on buyout waivers Pierre LeBrun: Andrej Sekera, Scott Darling and David Schlemko were put on waivers today for the purpose of a buyout. On the Schlemko buy out Dave Isaac: “#Flyers make a little more room, placing David Schlemko on waivers and will buy him out tomorrow. Saves them
Home NHL Free Agents NHL Rumors: Avalanche, Stars, Sharks and Oilers © Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports The Avs have some cap space Adrian Dater: The Colorado Avalanche have some salary cap space to work with this offseason. They will be pitching pending free agent Artemi Panarin. If he chooses a team like Florida, it would
The Maple Leafs talked to Marner’s camp yesterday John Shannon: Brendan Shanahan and Kyle Dubas talked to Mitch Marner‘s agent Darren Ferris yesterday. Shorter-termed deals coming this offseason? Pierre LeBrun: Of the four remaining teams in the Stanley Cup playoffs, Brent Burns is the highest paid at $8 million. That is less than what some
Oilers could be made available Allan Mitchell of The Athletic: The Edmonton Oilers have some depth on the blueline. They may need to make some decisions on which veterans to move this offseason to create room for some younger players. Adam Larsson has two years left on his deal and would get some trade interest.
By the numbers of the trade deadline and their impacts Tsn.ca Staff: The impacts of the trade deadline have been mixed which leads to more questions than answers. For example, among forwards, Anthony Duclair, Kevin Hayes, and Brian Gibbons lead the way in points. Duclair tallying 13 points in 17 games is a bit unexpected
From College to coaching to GM to free agency Jim Matheson: Will be interesting to see if college defenseman John Marino wants to sign with the Oilers. He’s spent three years at Harvard and one year in the USHL. He can become a UFA. Mark Spector of Sportsnet: Potential general manager candidates for the Edmonton