Free agency opens tomorrow, and THN breaks down which players offer the best value and which players you should hope your favorite team stays away from. While there may not be many big-name players available on July 1, one good signing -- or one bad signing -- could change a team's fate for the upcoming campaign. More
Right winger Drew Stafford has decided to remain a Winnipeg Jet. He signed a two-year, $8.7-million deal Tuesday.
Chicago’s Brandon Saad doesn’t yet have a contract and could be ripe for an offer sheet when the free agency period opens Wednesday. According to a report, the two sides are “further apart” than expected on a deal.
Major junior's annual draft for Europeans has been completed and a number of NHL draft selections were involved. But which ones are ready to come over and which ones were shots in the dark by CHL teams?
Four days after acquiring 22-year-old defenseman Dougie Hamilton from the Boston Bruins, the Calgary Flames have signed him to a six-year, $34.5 million contract. Hamilton is coming off of his best season, racking up 10 goals and 42 points.
The Sharks desperately needed a goaltender and found one in Jones, but will he be a bona fide starter in San Jose? The return to Boston indicates that expectations are high.
The Carolina Hurricanes and Florida Panthers both made surprising waiver moves Tuesday. The Hurricanes placed Alexander Semin on waivers with the intention to buy him out and the Panthers have done the same with Brad Boyes. Semin’s buyout will be the largest buyout cap hit in NHL history.
According to reports, defenseman Brenden Dillon has signed a five-year, $16.35 million deal with the San Jose Sharks. Dillon, 24, was acquired by the Sharks in November in a trade with the Dallas Stars. Dillon scored two goals and nine points in 60 games for San Jose in 2014-15.
The free agency period opens in one day, but the lack of all-star talent available has teams turning to the trade market to improve their rosters. As such, players like the Canucks’ Kevin Bieksa and the Blackhawks’ Patrick Sharp and Bryan Bickell could be prime trade targets. In addition, the Montreal Canadiens buyout of P-A Parenteau could open the door for a free agent signing.
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