2017 NHL Free Agency

It is a rare occurrence when Kevin Cheveldayoff and the Winnipeg Jets have an active offseason. In 2012, it was viewed as a busy summer signing forwards Olli Jokinen and Alexei Ponikarovsky. This July, the Jets inked a pair of players that already have a secured spot on the opening night roster and hopefully this
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The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed veteran forward Patrick Marleau to a three-year contract worth $18.75 million dollars, the team announced Sunday on the second day of the free agency period. The deal carries a cap hit of $6.25 million and will run until Marleau is 40 years old. The #Leafs announced today the signing
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as not immediatley The Florida Panthers have signed winger Radim Vrbata to a one-year contract worth $2.5 million, per TSN’s Pierre LeBrun. The deal also includes $1.25 million in potential bonuses. The Panthers’ official Twitter account also announced the signing, albeit without the salary details. Vrbata in Florida: one year, $2.5 M base salary plus
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The Winnipeg Jets have signed Russian defenseman Dmitri Kulikov to a 3-year, $4.33 million/year contract, as reported by Darren Dreger on Saturday. 3 years, $4.33 aav for Kulikov in Wpg. — Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 1, 2017 Will Kulikov Rebound Back in Winnipeg? After being picked in the first round and a good start of
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The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to terms on a three-year, $9.538 million contract with unrestricted free agent Trevor Daley. The deal was reported ahead of the start of free agency which officially started at 12:00 PM EST on Saturday. Fresh off of a Stanley Cup victory with the Pittsburgh Penguins in each of the
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On the eve of the NHL’s annual free-agent frenzy, the Anaheim Ducks find themselves in a good position. They have a strong roster with few holes, as they were able to keep Josh Manson and Sami Vatanen through the expansion draft process despite losing promising young defenseman Shea Theodore. They also shed some salary via
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Earlier this week, the longest-serving captain in the NHL and tied for the fifth longest-serving captain in NHL history, Shane Doan was informed by the Arizona Coyotes that he will not be offered a contract to return to the club next season. The change comes amidst the youth movement initiated by Coyotes’ general manager, John Chayka.
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