Who’s Left: Four More Compelling Unrestricted Free Agents

A few days ago, we took a quick look at four available unrestricted free agents. To date, Shane Doan, Jarome Iginla, Andrei Markov, and Jaromir Jagr are still on the market. And there are some other captivating names available, even as teams get closer and closer to finalizing their NHL rosters for the 2017-2018 season.Continue reading “Who’s Left: Four More Compelling Unrestricted Free Agents”

Carolina Signs Jaccob Slavin to Seven Year Contract Extension

The Carolina Hurricanes have signed defenceman Jaccob Slavin to a seven-year contract extension that packs an average annual value of $5.3 million. That’s quite an upgrade from his entry level contract, which has a season remaining for a cool $742,500. “Jaccob is one of the cornerstones of our team moving forward and it was importantContinue reading “Carolina Signs Jaccob Slavin to Seven Year Contract Extension”

Johnson Signing Paves the Way for Ondrej Palat

The Tampa Bay Lightning signed forward Tyler Johnson to a seven-year contract worth $35 million late Monday and now the discussion turns to Ondrej Palat and what comes next. Naturally, signing Johnson is a good thing for the Lightning. Last week, both Johnson and Palat filed for salary arbitration. Tampa is relatively ready for suchContinue reading “Johnson Signing Paves the Way for Ondrej Palat”

Who’s Next: Four Compelling Restricted Free Agents

With a number of unrestricted free agents snapped up and a few still available, teams are turning their collective attention toward a number of restricted free agents. A few RFAs have been signed recently, including Alex Galchenyuk, Oscar Lindberg and Zach Hyman. Some have filed for salary arbitration and some teams are beginning to negotiate,Continue reading “Who’s Next: Four Compelling Restricted Free Agents”

Who’s Left: Four Compelling Unrestricted Free Agents

With July several days in, there are some compelling free agents still on the market. Teams looking for an edge may be doing a little shopping in the coming days. At the top of most lists is Jaromir Jagr, the 45-year-old who has proven his capability year after year. Jagr has serious upside, but signingContinue reading “Who’s Left: Four Compelling Unrestricted Free Agents”