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Adin Hill has been summoned on an emergency basis.

Antti Raanta misssed Thursday's game for precautionary reasons after he got into a car accident. He skated Friday morning and it was said that Raanta was just shaken up, so Hill's services might not end up being needed.
Feb 2 - 5:41 PM

The Anaheim Ducks have signed Ondrej Kase to a three-year, $7.8 million contract.

That works out to a cap hit of $2.6 million per season. "Ondrej is a skilled player that has a bright future in this league," said Ducks executive VP and GM Bob Murray. "He can skate and score, and will continue to improve as a player as he gains more experience." The 22-year-old had 20 goals and 38 points in 66 games with Anaheim last season. He should be able to improve on those numbers in 2018-19. Kase will be a restricted free agent when this new contract expires after the 2020-21 season.
Aug 15 - 7:10 PM

Andrej Sekera underwent surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon.

Sekera suffered the injury during off-season training. The 32-year-old will now be sidelined indefinitely. Sekera has had some tough luck with injuries lately, as he also missed a significant amount of time with a knee injury. It's a major blow to a team that's already thin on the blue line. There's no real timeline for Sekera's return at this point.
Aug 14 - 5:34 PM

Ryan Ellis has signed an eight-year, $50 million extension with the Nashville Predators, according to TSN's Bob McKenzie.

His cap hit comes in at $6.25 million per season once the extension kicks in and he'll get a $7 million signing bonus on July 1st, 2019. Ellis was set to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season, but Nashville has now ensured that he'll be around for the next nine seasons. The 27-year-old had nine goals and 32 points in 44 games last year. Ellis is one of the very good puck-moving defensemen in the league, and the fact that the Preds were able to lock him up is nothing but good news for them. Assuming he's able to stay healthy, Ellis will be a solid option in standard fantasy leagues heading into 2018-19.
Aug 14 - 12:05 PM

The New Jersey Devils have signed Steven Santini to a three-year, $4.25 million contract.

That works out to an annual average value of just under $1.417 million. He'll earn $1.1 million this season, $1.5 million in 2019-20 and $1.65 million in 2020-21. The 23-year-old split last season between the NHL and AHL. Santini had two goals, 10 points and 21 penalty minutes in 36 games with the Devils, and three goals, three assists and eight penalty minutes in 27 AHL games. "We are excited to lock up Steven, a young, developing defenseman, for the next three seasons," said GM Ray Shero. "He provides size and a physical element that complements our existing defensive group moving forward." Santini still has time to develop into a solid defenseman, but don't expect him to carry any fantasy value next season.
Aug 14 - 10:11 AM

The Ottawa Senators have signed forward Brady Tkachuk to a three-year entry level contract.

With the signing now official, the are only three teams Tkachuk is eligible to play for this season are the Ottawa Senators, Belleville Senators (AHL) and the London Knights (OHL). "Brady Tkachuk exemplifies all the attributes around which we want to improve the Ottawa Senators," said Senators GM Pierre Dorion. "He is a young man of exceptional character. We know how much he agonized over leaving Boston University, and we are encouraged by the degree of accountability and commitment this shows from him. Through tenacity, combativeness and work ethic, he also exemplifies leadership skills that we know will benefit the team now and well into the future. Most of all, Brady has shown us through his maturity that he is coachable, committed to teamwork, and determined to help us strengthen our team chemistry." Tkachuk's efforts will now turn to making the Sens roster out of training camp. He finished his college career with eight goals and 23 assists in 40 games.
Aug 13 - 3:36 PM

The New York Islanders have signed Noah Dobson to a three-year, entry-level contract.

The Islanders selected Dobson 12th overall in last June's NHL Entry Draft. The 18-year-old had 17 goals and 69 points in 67 games with the QMJHL's Acadie-Bathurst Titan last season. Dobson has performed well with Team Canada at the World Junior Summer Showcase, but don't expect him to be in the NHL this season. He'll likely head back to the junior ranks for one or two more seasons.
Aug 13 - 10:50 AM

Brady Tkachuk is reportedly expected to sign with the Ottawa Senators, according to ESPN's John Buccigross.

According to the report, Tkachuk has informed Boston University coach Albie O'Connell that he intends to turn pro and sign with the Senators. He stands a good chance to earn a roster spot at training camp going into the 2018-19 campaign. If Tkachuk isn't ready then he could be assigned to the OHL's London Knights or the AHL's Belleville Senators and could play in the World Junior Championship. He was supposed to announce his decision by Sunday, so an official announcement should come shortly.
Source: Ottawa Sun
Aug 11 - 11:46 AM

Dylan Larkin has signed a five-year contract with the Detroit Red Wings.

Multiple sources have confirmed that the deal has an average annual value of $6.1 million. Larkin led Detroit in scoring last season with 63 points (16 goals, 47 assists) in 82 contests. He has generated 140 points through the first 242 games of his career.
Aug 10 - 11:11 AM

Arizona has signed Christian Dvorak to six-year contract extension.

The Coyotes did not make financial terms available, but the deal reportedly has an average annual value of $4.45 million. "We are very pleased to sign Christian to a long-term contract," said Arizona GM John Chayka. "Christian is a highly skilled, reliable, two-way center who continues to improve each season. He will be a key player for us in the future and we are thrilled to have him with us for the next seven seasons." Dvorak, who has one more season left on his entry-level contract, earned 15 goals and 37 points in 78 games last year.
Aug 9 - 4:12 PM

Brock Boeser is fully healthy again after a back injury ended his season on March 5.

Boeser has been competing in Da Beauty League, which is a 4-on-4 summer league in Minnesota. "It was a long four months, so it feels really good to get back out there," said Boeser. "I feel like I'm playing my game again. It's been a good summer since they cleared me." He has piled up 10 goals and 22 points in five games, while showing no ill-effects. Boeser is eager to take on a leadership role with the Canucks in 2018-19 and improve on his impressive rookie campaign.
Aug 9 - 2:26 PM

Getting Taylor Hall signed to an extension will be a top priority for the Devils next summer.

"High. The highest. He's committed, he's authentic, he is an amazing player obviously," said New Jersey Devils owner Josh Harris. "He's a guy you build around. Whether it's him, Nico (Hischier), Will (Butcher). Taylor is definitely going to be front and center, so it will definitely be a high priority. I hope I'm working with Taylor for a long time." Hall isn't eligible to sign a contract extension until July 1, 2019. He currently earns $6 million per season and is coming off a career year. Hall amassed 39 goals and 93 points in 76 matches to help get the Devils into the postseason.
Source: NJ.com
Aug 9 - 12:14 PM




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